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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS am am pm Intelmountain Network Station KALL Monday Through Friday WEATHER Partly cloudy Sunday scat tered thundershowers northwest portion Details on Page BS VOL 159 NO 45 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY MORNING MAY 29 1929 PRICE FIFTEEN CENTS Cliff Plunge Kills SL Student 18 Horrified Girl Companion Sees Youth SJip Plummet 600 Feet i A south Cottonwood youth graduated only Friday from Granite high school fell 600 ft from a precipitous mountain ledge i to his death Saturday about pm i Hiking on a rocky ledge of Storm mountain in Big Cotton wood canyon Glen Daw 18 son of Mr and Mrs Albert W i Daw 63109th East slipped while trying to descend the mountain and fell into a clump of trees j I below He was killed instantly Walelied in Horror With him at the time was Mau rine Woodward IS daughter of Mr and Mrs Milton Woodward 2606 S State who watched in horror as her school mate lost his grip on the face of the mountain She immediately cried for help and was rescued later by three men Jack Johnson 221 S 12th West DeRoycc Kartchner 2231 E 3380 South and his brother Lorus Kartchner 7200 S 27th West The men tied ropes to her to bring her to safety Mr Daw and Miss Woodward were picnieing at the Storm moun tain camp with Mrs Woodward and Owen Daw 1j a brother of the victim Some 200 other campers also re at the camp according to i Salt Lake county deputy sheriffs C W Brady and Jerry Erlenbauch but the only person besides Miss Woodward to witness the fall was j an unidentified woman they said Left Despite Warning The two hikers left on their lofty climb despite the warnings of Mrs Woodward the deputies said Scratched by the heavy Maurine Woodward Watched in horror as companion fell Jurors Decide Medic Guilty Iii Knife Death brash along the route they fol1 lowed to climb the mountain the youthful pair decided to descend by a different path Ford Auto Union Settle Walkout Diagram Shows Path of Fatal Descent CEDAR RAPIDS la May 28 and an obstructing cliff Miss UPiDr Robert C Rutiedge Jr Woodward said she thought theyijl Saturday night was convicted of I should wait for help but her com ipamon said We ve fn second degree murder of the slayft to maKc i ing1 of Byron C Hattman alleged As Mr Daw started to inch his1 seducer of Rutledges wife around the cliff Miss Wood The verdict was returned in the rfLatl IVs KlP courtroom at pm The jury had deliberated three hours and 41 minutes with an hour out for dinner Years to Life mountain cliff Glen W Daw 8yearicl Grnn hijrh school graduate fell GOO feet to Iiis death Saturday Diagram shows ledge on which he and girl companion were hik ingand tlin ijath of his fall to brush below horror Died Instantly Douglas Allen Murray city West Suggests AllReich Union Russian Minister Asks Time Way Cleared for Return Of 106000 Workers DETROIT May 28 24dayold Ford strike was settled Saturday night I The settlement left the key issue of the strike to arbitration The Ford Motor Co and CIO United Auto Workers agreed to pick a threeman arbitration board Each side will name one Americans are urged by Pres mernberi and thc two chosen will try to agree on a third man Prav Toward Peace Savs Nations Chief Bv Associated Press Harry S Truman to pray for per manent peace at Memorial day ob servances Monday as they bow in tribute to the dead of the nations wars From famed Arlington cemetery near Washington where many of Americas heroes lie to little rural churchyards all over the rountrj tiny flags will fly and graves will be laden with flowers on the 81st annual Memorial day The long1 holiday week end tra ditional beginning of the summer season also brings the opening of many resorts Peak Loads Monday Travel arteries were crowded Friday and Saturday and return ing throngs are expected to bring peak loads Monday In a proclamation Mr Truman called on the nation to observe Memorial day with a nationwide prayer for peace This sacred day is a fitting oc casion on which the people of our nation all of whom directly or in directly have been bereft by wars terrible toll may appeal to al mighty God for help in turning the steps of the world to the paths of permanent the procla mation said FDR Grave Riles Sen Millard K Tydings D will speak at the Arling ton cemetery Wreaths will be placed on the tombs of the un known soldier there and in Paris and London anchor will be cast into the Potomac river near Arlington i to honor navy and marine dead A similar tribute will be paid at San Dingo Cal where a floral cross will be dropped into the Pacific The grave of Franklin D Roose velt at Hyde Park N Y will be PARIS May 2S three Schuman presented the English cil which broke clown under the j the scene of another ceremony power impact of Satur and French Gcrmsnv to the fourpower Second degree murder carries examination the judge day to rub out all military govern fl n councU at its sixth i wanted sentence of 10 years to life the youths injuries for Germany and open the session map on thonty of fracture crushed i for Russlas zone to join a leg f racture jrjnal touches to the document also au to deal with subjects passed on to it by unanimous ac DiSL Central federal German governi were given at a twohour meeting tion of the control cuncil J E Heisermdn mjshap n recpnt yearVt stom nent under thc Bonn constitution of the two foreign minister and In presenting the western SugJ neighbors will Oscar Chapman secretary of thc interior depart ment will speak JPatton Museum Set Thc outdoor shrine to all Amcri The state had asked for a although thp previous soviet Forei verdict of first degree murder occllrrcd sonWhat which rarnes a sentence of deathSaturdays fall site Vishmsky pro by hanging or life imprisonment Glen Daw was born Mav 25 considered the The defense had asked for jn jjalla mediate and complete freedom nd Helen the 28yearold pediatrician resided in South Minister Andrei Minister Andrei romptly indicated ic the plan onesided and for U S Secy of State Dean Acheson j gcstioYis Beviif said the plan was can dead of World War II at the in good faith and not with Cathedral of the Pines Rindge eavUer jn thc Thc plan aici down as principles the intention of organizing Ger N H w r lhe mevger cast and west many against Russia ivill have a twoday ob Judsre Heiserman announced laday a son of Albert unacceptable but asked for time to Germany that Russia must stop The docu iBawclen Daw He had Uiriv it until Monday Political activity by policemen in constitution South Cotlomvood 14 i e westenVba of ro her zone give up the veto in Ger after receivi i L that the sentence would be pro years He was a member of the Church I Christ of Latterday i South Cotton stabbing Hattman to death in awood ward where he Cedar Rapids hotel room last Dec i He was gratiuated from G i U during a bloody fight Jhigh school Friday The young doctors face was strained with emotion as he left To Leave In June the courtroom to a reception of Mr Daw was to have left in June photographers flashbulbs for Washington D C where he Courtroom Iilloil was honored for his outstnnd flub work A church so The courtroom was filled vvhrn cial in his hojlor fol the verdict was returned ResiWednesday evening has been can dents of Cedar Rapids assembled fc neen can posals for the hacr nf nrn HCr Zone K1VC Up U1C veto in UKl inp V Vi Smo Brffsh WV in unusual cases and overwhelming majority of the rrst hme agree to iimitations to hcr representatives from the Probers SpoiP For Action Flav Secrecy WASHINGTON May 28 i reparations claims on the country three Must Grant Freedoms For eastern Germany to join the west the three powers said Rus sia must grant these freedoms to i her Germans Freedom of person ard movement of assembly I speech press and radio freedom for all democratic political par ties and for elections freedom from arbitrary arrest and an inde pendent judiciary Thc plan was simple in Ian The document said the Bonn n another New England cere had been promulgated j mony the battle flag of the famed receiving the support of the aircraft carrier Essex will be pre sented to Ipswich in Essex county Mass A memorial museum honoring I the late Gen George S Patton Jr will bc dedicated at Fort Knox Ky Services for the of Ameri cas wars vill be held at military Rita Aly Wed In Secret Moslem Rites CANNES France May 2S UP j Sir Stafford Crippi Hes fine intelligence Labor Record Rouses Ire Of Churchill LONDON May 28 a slashing campaign attack on the Labor government and its policies Winston Churchill Saturday warned his Conservative follow ers that the government might call a snap general election this autumn We must be ready for an autumn election he warned If it comes we must be mobilized Outdoor Audience Speaking to an outdoor audience of more than 2000 of his constit uents with every rhetorical weapon at his command Churchill called for its early dismissal from office At the same time he denounced as unworthy and pusillanimous views held by some members of the Conservative party who had said it would bc better for the Conservatives not to win thc next election but to let the Socialists reap what they had sown Such views Churchill declared vigorously are equally cowardly and futile and speaking as leader cemeteries around the world jof the party he officially repudi Each grave of the soldiers ated them sailors marines coast guardsmen and airmen buried in foreign lands will be decorated with an Ameri ran flag Hold Public Ceeinonies Hits Nationalization The wartime prime minister leveled the full force of his elo j quence on the issue of national I ixation which he declared had t In the European theater A mer failed on every occasion it had been quickly at the courtroom upon survivors include his parents rcbellVonisboilVns Uiehouse i giiage butloaded with diplomatic Aly Khan and Rita Hay cln uniVs will hold public cere tried Every nationalized industry hearing that the jury had reached lhlvc sislolSi Mrs carol MayncV unAmerican activities committee dynamite worth already man and wife un monies in 10 permanent U S j he said has produced a heavy loss a decision at i 2 pm South Cottonwood Mrs Dawna against what one member called Vishinsky who had expected der lhft awg of the western world military cemeteries in England on trading and n high increase in When the verdict was read Dr Carlisle South SaltLake and La almost complete inactivity and Riitlecige sat alone att he side of Rac DaWSouth Cottonwoodand iron curtain secrecy Sheriff J L Smith Absent from three brothers West on Daw Both Democrats and Rcpubli the courtroom were his blond wilUnj0n Harold Daw serving an cans are among those who say lowy wife Sydney 2 his father LD5 mission to Nova Scotia and they arn getting fed up One and stepmother Mr and Mrs RobOwen Daw South Cottonwood Democrat old reporters he is go rrt C Rutledge Sr of Houston f0 bring things to a henrl at Tex and his psrcntsmlaw Dr Death of Glen U Daw IS son noxt mnptine set for Friday and Mrs Howard B Goodrich of of Mr and Mrs Albert W Dsuv Hannibal Mo SiJODtli Kast in a Saturday fall ficffing Tired Jury foreman Archie Farmer from Storm mountain marked thr Sinue rf us re editing tired said thr jury took four ballots See Paje 2 Column i of hj policy of almost complete inactivity and keeping what little work we do completely secret he said Its time we began to fulfill our function of exposing j i Communists and unAmerican acj tivities This member didnt want to be identified until he has forced a showdown on more action and less secrecy But he said at least two of the other four Democrats on the committee have indicated they are with him And a Republi can said two uf the four GOP members and maybe more are sure to go along Reshuffled Commit lee j Thc Democrats reshuffled the I some such plan already has de scribed the proposal to cover east were married Saturday nigh Germany with the Bonn constitu a secret Moslem ceremony die in I France Belgium Luxembourg and Netherlands In Italy Ambassador James management costs Churchill singled out Sir Staf ford Cripps chancelor of the ex mony cemetery which is still under con struction lapun will witness its icies Churchill declared the Labor government has profoundly ini astecl fourth onefifth of British indusi a settlement was announced isntnrriav nights meeting con Holiday Death Toll Noiv at 71 58 Die in Traffic Accidents By ASSOCIATED PRESS The nations holiday death toll climbed to 71 Saturday night Fiftyeight died in traffic mishaps Six persons drowned and seven died from other causes related to thc Memorial day weekend observance California had thc heaviest loss of life since 6 pm local time Friday with nine dead Seven were killed in highway accidents men were killed near Oxnarc when their light plane crashed during a fishing flight Ohio and Illinois each had eight dead Seven persons wore killed in North Carolina in one accident a collision on slippery pavement near Shallotte The National Safety council has forecast a Memorial weekend total of 215 The dead by states traffic drown ing California 702 Colorado 010 Connecticut 011 Gforjrin 100 Illinois 611 Indiana 100 Iowa 210 Kan sas 500 Kentucky i00 Michigan 500 Minnesota 200 Missouri 001 New Jersey 200 Xcvv York 311 North Carolina 700 Ohio 701 Pennsylvania 500 Vermont 300 Virginia 100 West Virginia 100 Wisconsin 010 la Utah a fall from a mountain killed The proposal is almost directly that the Moslem rites were held counter to the ideas advanced ear Saturday night Her this week bv Vishinsky that Wo vrre tired of nublicitv and vv A LI1LU T liiuiin win K1 j MI the four powers reinstate thc auWnnted this to be a quiet private fiay observance since theory by nationalizing it and is thority of the allied control connaffajr he told the United Press I flf thr war hjgh jghfed by ing and keeping its head above Reporters Miss Shoxv j cerpmonies in Tokyo and water by heavilytaxing the profits Sl In contrast to their civil If they fail to reach agreement in a limited time the settlement provided that position will be taken by Dr Harry Shulman im partial umpire under the Ford U A W contract No Disciplinary Action The companys disciplinary ac tion against 35 Ford workers at the start the snag in the rescinded The agreement must be ratified by the union membership before acceptance is complete This probably will be held Sunday The settlement means that many workers will be recalled after the Memorial flay week end Some Return Monday The company said it hoped to have some maintenance workers in the Ford Rouge and Lincoln plants back next Monday and sev eral thousand production workers back on the job by Tuesday The Ford companys 106000 production workers will be re called in the sameorderto which plants Is production will be resumed last plants such as California It will bc necessary tobuild s backlog of parts before assembly lines at thc Ford Rouge and Lin coln division plants can start roll ing again Disciplining Action Federal mediators said that as soon as the company got a satis factory arrangement for arbitra tion of the manpower dispute it agreed to withdraw disciplinary action against the discharged workers Mediators credited the arbitra tion set up with breaking the back of thc dispute Thc mediators said this three man arbitration board proposal had been made Friday but it did not at that time appear acceptable lo either company or union Selection of Board Selection of the board probably will not be announced until the workers have started returning to Ford plants It was believed that Ford would name an indus trial engineer with technical knowledge of production stand ards The TJAW on the other hand was expected to name an arbitra tor who would not stress the technical side of the speedup dis pute It was a dispute over qualifica tions of the arbitrator that snagged the settlement for some time after both sides agreed to arbitration of the major issue Once the two members of the board are picked they will havs a limited time to name their asso ciate The length of time has not yet been specified Placed in Record In rescinding its disciplinary ac tion against the 35 workers in volved in the other point of dis pute Ford said it would have of ficial reprimands for each placed in the company record The U A W agreed The final negotiating session than four hours be ON THE INSIDE SECTION A National 2 3 Foreign I Intermoiintain 5 Editorial 6 7 Local 8 9 10 12 Hollywood11 SECTION B other fourfifths ding Friday at nearby Vallauris where a throng gathered to see j the celebrities Saturday nights ceremony was a simply affair con ducted inside Alys million dollar Chateau LHorizon by two Imams from the Paris mosque There were no photographs or newsmen present Aly said as he departed The ceremony here was per js going to ask Eisler Attorney Says Britain Should Recompense Client LONDON May 28 timated that Eislers legal expense British govern1 viewer The American people formed without the Aga Khan j mpnt tQ compensate the Germanj shouldbe sick of hearing about the committee five months ago when i they regained control of congress Classified Advertising 1 8 i Alys father and spiritual leader 38 They decided that only members Idaho 8 who are lawyers could serve on SECTIOX W Aly explained that it was not necessary for his father to attend However the expressed what United about his hours after a mara lining that y night At that time the exact wording1 of the principle of arbitration was decided on It read Does the company under the contract on the basis of health and safety ov otherwise have the right to require an employe to perform his work assignment on any unit in less time than the com panys time study shows for his assignment provided the employe is not assigned more than 480 minutes of work as measured by time study in an eight hour shift Complicated Question The question negotiators agreed was a complicated one They had the committee Further they voted to bar television broadcasts and picture taking at public hear ings The committeo nlso authorized Chairman John S Wood CD il In fire any of tinstaff who leak imormation to reporters Four of the nine meetings this year hiive heen routine Witnesses have been questioned at five meet ings with less thnn a half an I hour opened to the public despite the fact that thc Aga Khan is the Ismaili sects prophet Batory May 6 He was removed from the ship at Southampton by British police at the request of worked fordays before they could Eiscr reported he had only decide on those words Society 1n Utrh Graduates 1011 SECTION It Farm Home Garden 1J2 Farm Letter 2 Mod1 Home 9 SKCTIOV M Features 18 Music Books Art 4 ft Radio Log 6 I Blessing to Come i thc Urjted States He will bless us later like any A British court father Aly said a about or 500 of his own but hoped to get back the British are holding rejected the i Ill have to find some tronspor One source however explained it this way It means that the arbiter when he is named must decide whether It will not be American extradition plea and jtation which does not lead through Ford can speed its assembly lines T normaf good freed Kisler Friday on the ground the American zone of Germany i occasionally to make up for lost wishes from a father to his ehU he had not committed the extrahe said He said he is going to time This is only on the condi uiMies nom a Miner to ms um offense of perjury He hnd Leipzig in thc Soviet zone of Gertions that thc workers health la dren The wedding ceremony was per convicted in the United States formed by the Imams Si Manifih f making false statements in up moud many Ill probahly go by way of Poland either by ship or plane Tekaya appointed by the plying for an exit visa and sen I certainly am not going tc Tunis and Hail Majammed tonced to one to three years in Tom Clark attempt to kidnap P1 me as hr indirectly threatened to do not endangered or that Ford does not try to get more than 480 I ccrtainlv am not going to let minutes worth of work out of him in eight hours Thc yardstick to determine all this would The attorney Stanley Moore his statement in Washington company time gtudy ;