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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS am am pm Intermountain Network Monday Throufb Frldij WEATHER Partly cloudy with few over mountains Details on Page 17 VOL 159 Is0 47 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY MORNING MAY 31 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Utahns Meet In Tribute ToWarDead Family Gatherings Picnics Outings Feature Observance By SANDY SANDERSON Memorial day came Monday to Utah as a warm friendly day of families getting together of picnics beach and canyon outings but most of all of reverence for the memory of those dead For most people as they placed peonies roses or gladioli over green grasscarpeted earth there were serious quiet thoughts and vivid images There were flashbacks of par ents friends and of brave men who died in war Speakers Themes But since it was a day for the living there were few tears and little gloom True reverence most Utahns felt meant more than this This sense of inner peace and a call to action for the living was the theme of speakers throughout Salt Lake City the states biggest observ ance before an estimated 1500 people in Memory park sunset services Brig Gen Franklin Riter commander of the Utah American Only Character Endures The gift of the dead to the liv ing is the lesson that only char acter endures for all time Moral courage tolerance generosity and love As a nation we have in gen eral expressed this character It is for the living on Memorial day to pay honor to the dead by strengthening these qualities un less we wish to lose the goals for which they strove As notes of the bugle first call which opened the services echoed against the lush green can yon walls and died in the still ness more than 50 patriotic or ganizations sponsoring the event with United Veterans council dipped their standards Choir Gives Numbers The Salt Lake Philharmonic choir garbed in white cassocks sang the solemn Jesu Priceless Treasure by Bach After invo cation by Heber Bennion Jr sec retary ofstate the choirs halle lujahs of How Blest Are They rank through the grove After Mr Riters speech planes from Hill air force base from the air national guard and naval re serve thundered overhead in sa lute Naval reserve planes dropped flowers prepared by American Gold Star Mothers and Gold Star Wives over the grove and roared on to Great Salt lake where wreaths honoring those buried at sea were dropped A flowered gold star prepared by the two groups was placed on the World War I memorial by Dr Frank H Jonas United Veterans council Mrs D M Kemp Presi dents Patriotic council Mayor Earl J Glade and Robert L Cran rner commissioner of Salt Lake county Benediction was pronounced by Mrs R W Fisher Daughters of the American Revolution and first See Page 10 Column 3 Smartly Attired Cadets Participate in Memory Park Service A delaohment of University of Utah naval R 0 T C cadols stands at parade rest during memorial rites Monday among lush green foliage of Memory park Beyond in front of the memorial are standards of 80 participating groups and program speakers Prayers for Enduring Peace WiteofWeafGJ u S Mediator w i Gtorf Worried Mark Memorial Dav Rites By ASSOCIATED PRESS Many Americans at home and abroad paused during their enjoy ment of the Memorial day holiday to those we cannot place too much reliance i upon unproved weapons navy your army and your air forcft necessary our time who gave their lives for their j We must country and to pray for lasting j tested weapons against the overj Peace zealous utterances of the socalled Near the tomb of the Unknown j experts 1 Soldier the center of the nations i T observance SenMillard E Tydinga By Safe Report WATERBURY Conn May 30 and worry struggled for the upper hand Monday night as Mrs Mary Martino learned that her soldier husband listed or five ilii Coal Rift Lilienthal Gets Boiling Mad Cries 6Smear9 Blasts Hickenlooper For Drive Against AEC WASHINGTON May 30 UP mad David E Lilien thal Monday accused Sen Bourke B Hickenlooper R la of conducting an un American smear campaign against the work of the Atomic Energy commission of which Lilienthal is chairman Taking the gloves off at a news conference Lilienthal declared the charges were couched in language calculated to arouse fear un easiness fright and ultimately panic Here are charges that are so grave as to undermine the confidence of this country and the people of western Europe in the principal security enterprise of this atomic energy program he said Break My Health Lilienthal said at one point that some people whom he did not identify believe the inquiry will break my health He added that the commission will get its work done and my health wiil take care of itself Hickenlooper member of the senatehouse Atomic Energy com mittee has called for Lilienthals ouster on grounds of incredible mismanagement He has charged waste and misplaced emphasis in the commissions work has pointed to the loss of a quantity of uranium235 at a Chicago AEC laboratory and the award of an AECscholarship to Communist student Solon Plans Demand Hickenlooper plans to go before the joint congressional committee Tuesday to demand that he be per mitted to confront Lilienthal with what he says is proof of the charges Lilienthal likened the manner in which Hickenlooper made the charges May 22 to being found guilty before a trial or anindict ment and called it probably the most wholesale aspersion on 60000 persons This is the number en gaged in the atomic program Lilienthal seated in his office in the closely guarded Atomic Ener gy quarters ticked off one by one Hickenloopers charges including one that numerous persons on the atomic project have strong Com munistic leanings and another that major damage haa beer done to the atomic enterprise Entitled to Explanation The American people Lilienthal said are entitled to the fullest ex planation and the broadest inquiry that it is possible to give them even if the hearings last through out the summer The investigation he continued Russian AntiTito Failed Yugo Paper Says BELGRADE Yugoslavia May 30 newspaper Borba charged Monday that Russia tried to create an antiTito clique of Yugoslav officers in the Soviet Union by offering many inducements including prettv girls and highraiiking jobs The government mouthpiece said Russia tried to set up the clique to lead a revolution against Marshal Tito and began her activities the day the Corn informdenounced the Yugoslav regime as nationalistic and The newspaper devoted a page to listing names and the Induce ments in each case and declared the campaign failed in all ex cept the case of a handful of traitors and demoralized charac ters Ambassador and army is alive Se was elated when she heard that a finger print test made by First army headquarters con firmed a New York taxicab driv ers identification of himself as WASHINGTON May 30 UP operators said Monday they probably will ask the government Tuesday to step into their wage I contract dispute with John L form or another Lewis and his United Mine Work is the first order of business for the commission The people of the country have a right to have a report on the program in some D Md called on the nation to j MrsLewis W Douglas and their Anthony V Martino her hus dedicate itself to world peace daughter Sharman attended a with freedom and justice for service in St Margarets Tydings chairman of the sencmirnh for the officers and men she had not heard directly e armed services committee said of the pS armed services who I Martino who Monday r ate band But she was worried because from moved Nearing 400 By ASSOCIATED 1RESS America must be so strong there are buried in Die British Isles from the Staten island address never need be any future unknown j At Anzio Italy site of one of Martino said her hus I the bloodiest battles in which j band was jisted as missing jn Americanstook Prt in the lastj combat in 1944 and then as pre sumed dead Three weeks ago he walked into a New York re soldier ers I The dispute threatens a nation wide strike when the current wage agreement expires on June 30 Under the TaftHartlcy the operators and Lewis are required to notify federal mediation di rector Cyrus S Ching that they have not yet completed an agree ment to replace the present con Hour of Prayer j war Gcn Mark clark to Pros Harry S Truman in proItalians that my country intends atetion ed nearly cidents over the threeday Me morial day holiday At least 247 persons were killed in highway mishaps Other acci g citjzens d had his country until the goal of complete itjzens to appeai to A1 peace is achieved Clark corn if no agreement has been reached 30 days before the present con dental deaths reported from Friday evening to midnight Monday in Memorial eluded 84 drownings Sixtyeignt dosc lost thcir lives in fires falls plane crashes and from other causes This years accidenta death toll mighty God for help in turning the steps of the world to the paths j of permanent peace manded the Fifth army at Anzio self and said he had been an amnesia victim East Reich Reds Honor Eisler Ratify Charter Peoples Congress Adopts SovietStyle Constitution BERLIN May 30 peoples congress ratified Mon day a Sovietstyle constitution which it hopes will serve all Germany and chose Communist fugitive Gerhart Eisler as a member of the government Western officials in Paris where the foreign ministers council is meeting said the action apparently was Russias reply to western proposals to join east and west Germany in a federal democratic government under the Bonn constitution The 2000 delegates chose a 22 man delegation to the Paris con ference It will support Soviet I Foreign Minister Andrei Vishin sky in the Paris talks though Communist speakers admitted it was doubtful if the Big Four would recognize the delegates Adopted Without Debate Ratification of the constitution like all other actions by the hand picked congress wasby a show of hands and without debate Only onc delegate a man from Goet tingen in the British zpne refuafd to vote for ratification Tired outby two days of pro Soviet oratory only twothirdsof the delegates werepresent in the east Berlin opera house For nearly an hour beforehand Otto Grotewohl east Germanys No 2 Communist denounced the westernsponsored Bonn constitu tion which he called oneof the most deplorable chapters in Ger many history He said it tearing Germany apart He admitted th eastern consti tution which Communists and their Russian advisors drafted in close consultation lacked tome guarantees of freedom Lucks Freedom r But we need a democracy able to deal with Its laid i Public opinion will free but 5 not so free as under theWeimar j republic v which granted stjpiwdfrieedpm to criminal polit j Obviouslyhinting that LA PAZ Bolivia May 30 UP unrest which the govern ment calls revolutionary was re ported spreading Monday and ad vices said that mines were being closed all over the country as a precaution against violence Railroad workers struck in the key Cochabamba area 130 miles southeast of La Paz Miners walked out in the Aramayo Huanuni and other areas south of the capital This country which depends on mining for its economic life seemed threatened with creeping paralysis in a mixed political and labor crisis Advices from the Catavl tin mining center gave details of the outbreak Saturday of the workers at the Patino mines 12000 to 15000 feet up in the Andes At least two American and four Bolivian mine officials were beaten kicked and shot to death It was asserted that the bodies of the Bolivians were hacked into quarters Four American mining engi neers and other foreigners were kicked and beaten half to death With them in the hospital at Catavi irt serious condition is the Mexicanborn wife ofT J OCon nor South Pasadena Cal chief engineer of the 20th Century Siglo Veinte mine A govern ment communique said she was tortured Other advices said she Strikes Spread In Bolivia The chief executive t the weeh end wiUl f Soviet Envoy Leaves Canton civau menus cruising un peake bay in the presidential i fi yacht He planned to be back at I his desk Tuesday morning Moody to Comply Joseph E Moody president of the Southern Coal Producers Assn said he will comply with the law Tuesday or Wednesday before I he returns to Bluefield W Var jto make a new try at starting j negotiations with Lewis i i Lewis forced a one week delay i j in starting contract talks by de CANTON May 30 staff members would remain in I manding that Moody show cerj N V China or return to Moscow j tified bargaining authority and Moscow United Press dispatches from itnnnafp for oach company he over a similar period m 194i mcwmch mounted toward the 215 Monday for consultations one Shanghai said the Russians to represent in the ne 1946 count was the National Safety council day after HIP ThiRCMHna i allv Californias 46 violent deaths led hac foreca3t the nation Illinois ranked second I encj With 33 while Ohio was i third with 26 Fair Weather He said security means making the country strong and he in sisted that is what the commission has done and Hickenlooper knows it Made Public First He said that Hickenlooper the former chairman of the joint con gressional committee has made specific criticism of various AEC activities from time to time But added in response to questions Hickenlooper did not make his grave charges to Lilienthal the commission or to the president iwas beaten and repeatedly raped before making them public May after her husband had been killed 22 before her Obviously hinting that Vishin sky may demand that the eastern constitution be adopted by Big Four for jJl Ger manyGrotewoW dompt know whythii constitution could not be the basis for an underitand ing with the The Peoples Congress was chosen two weeks ago in an elec SeePagei Column 4 Wests HALT EISLER REPEAT compared to an unofficial 04 for The was marrod6by the the threeday 1948 Memorial day j usua toll of violent deaths Traf Soviet ambassador to China holiday and to 50 violent deaths fic acciclents alone claimed a total Roschin departed for M Early Okeh Looms for Bill To Jail Deportable Aliens the Russians closed ally began for the threeday their consulate in Shanghai sulate two days ago but that there Lewis will have an opportunity j The move came as Chinese Com munist armies approached Can i ton from the north and as the Deaths by states from traffic The nation had generally fair I standing committee of the Kuo drownings and miscellaneous and sunny weather for this fourth I mintang National party recorn i Memorial day since the close of mended Chu Cheng for the pre i World War II miership of China succeeding Ho The principal observance at the Yingchin who has resigned Roschin was the only ambassa causes Alabama 200 Arizona 001 Arkansas 401 California 3263 Colorado 231 Connecticut 011 flagiecorated Arlington National iv a Tdano cemetery within sight of the iw to follow the refugee Nation 003 Illinois 253n Indiana turns capitol was paralleled at alist government from Nanking to 800 Iowa o92 Kansas 800 thousands of other spots through Canton It was speculated that his Kentucky 640 Toinsmna 100 out the nation and abroad withdrawal might have been vn the conigotiations was no public announcement at to discuss the status of current that time negotiations during his scheduled Press reports said Russia sus appearance Tuesday before the pended the consulate because ths 1 senate labor subcommittee on coal Soviet does not recognize the new mine safety Communist regime The Soviet newspaper New Life in Shanghai I said the actionwas in accordance The with policy followed elsewhere injournal which reflects Lewi WUI Require Time United Mine Workers China I views said in its recent issue It said that when the Commu1 Indications are that the ne nists occupied Ppiping the consuIgotintions this year may require i ftM tele moved to Canton and thatsome lime before the situation Mfimc J00 Maryland 320 Mas1 There were ceremonies at U S prompted to avoid direct Russian when the red armies reached the I among the various operator groups saehnsetts 603 Michigan 960 j military burial grounds in Europe involvement with the Chinese j Yangtze the embassy j fully clarifies itself i 213 and the Pacific Communists I Chu Cheng a close associate of I Lewis hinLcu mat week Umt if Minnesota 452 Missouri Montana 201 Nebraska 100 i Olhev sources said it might in 320 New 101 New York near Philadelphi Watermans 1143 North Carolina 831 Ohio the only Revolutionary war grave 1646 Oklahoma 301 Oregon 312 Pennsylvania 3713 Carolina 621 South 420 Tennessee 531 Dakota which has been identified there Fleet Adm William P Bull Halsey got in a good word for his ambassadorship to Moscow has been vacant since Fu Pingchengs return to China With Roschins withdrawal both brnnch of the armed forces in an embassies have equal representa Generalissimo Chiang Kaishek I Moody tails to represent as much Tcxas 879 Utah 001 Verlother Washington observance jtion mont 100 Virginia 1011 Wash ington 033 West Virginia 620 Wisconsin 761 Wyoming 100 ncflr the Lincoln memorial has not yet been approved for the premiership by acting President Li Tsungjen Appointment of Chu would be a definite shift to the right since lie has been a long time member of the Kuomintang and a staunch supporter of Chiang Informed sources said tht ap Russias closing of its Shanghai pointmcnt of Chu would strength Thore is no cheap and easy j consulate ilso stirred speculation en Chiangs hand if he ever decided way to win wars he said andlt was not known whether the I to return to the government 10 annual southern coal production as the union feels he should under the associations bylaws the mine workers may terminate the Blue field talks In that event there may be no talks scheduled anywhere in the 20 days before con troct expiration Lewis has not yet replied to U S Steel Corps offer to meet with him after WASHINGTON May 30 Rep Sam Hobbs D Ala pre dicted Monday his bill to jail de portable aliens like Gerhart Eisler before he got away will come sailing out of the house judiciary committee this week Its a crackerjack bill he said That Eisler case ought to push it right through the house and senate It just means that we will re claim our independence and sov ereignty Hobbs explained to reporters that he believes a government that lacks full deportation powers also lacks independence and sov ereignly This country he said cant exercise full deportation powers as long as Russia or any other coun try wont grant travel orders or passports to deportable aliens Why should the Russians These aliens are too valuable to them here as agents But he said his bill would make it possible to keep such agents from running loose in the country It would empower the attorney i general to toss them in jail until they could be deported Hobbs said he was outraged at criticism of Atty Gen Torn Clark that sprang up when Eisler escaped the country The defect he said was in our laws not in our attorney general Eisler once was described by the house unAmerican activities committee as the number one Communist agent in the United States He slipped out of the country May 6 on the Polish liner Batory He was out on bail while under sentences for contempt of con gross and making false statements to immigration authorities At the request of the American government Eisler was taken from the Batory in England But a British court set him free say ing he had committed no offense for which he could be extradited There are a lot more like Eisler in this country Hobbs said There are Communists and subversives and criminals of every type There are from 3000 to 5000 of thorn compared with 360 when I first triad to get a bill passed in 1936 Russia Rejects Plan For Germany PARIS May 30 foreign minster Andrei Y Vish insky totally rejected Monday a western proposal for a unified Ger many and slipped back into his old role of hurling accusations at the west Vishjnsky not only said iso as plainly as he could Monday but premised more fireworks Tuesday It appeared the current council of foreign minsters might soon be ended There are big differences be tween the east and weat4npt only because of what I say tisday but because of what I intendto sav to morrow he told tlie American British and French representa tives Accuses Other American delegates described Vishinskys rejection of the west ern plan to let eastern Germany join the new west German state as They said beturned it down as flat as a pancake Vishinsky accused the western powers of trying to avoid an ajl agreement on the German problem The western plan does not testify to a desire on the part of the other three countries here to reach an agreement he said It is in conflict with the legiti mate desires and interests of theI German people for apeace treaty and an end of occupation Old Soviet Line It is in conflict with and Yalta It was first time Vighiasky had mentioned the old Soviet of an early peace treaty an early end of occupation Hia origi nal proposal was just the opposite to the principles of Mm Potsdam accord and resume four power military rule of Germany i The western delegates said Viih insky rejection was not flexible and that there WM No five in it at all Vishinsky bitterly denounced new Bonn constitution which created the west German state He charged the constitution wu based on a violation of demo cratic that the Gtar man people had no part in the constitution and that It had I been achieved by preecure of western powers ;