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Salt Lake Telegram from Salt Lake City, Utah • 9

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city ity Officials Wary ory of Blackout Proposal for Northern Utah ARMY AIM LEADERS LAUD MOVE AS ALUE TO AREA Experiment Perilous Commission Members Suggest i Reaction varied Saturday to proposals proposals proposals pro pro- for a blackout of northern Utah the night of June June 13 as a prelude to observance of Flag day June 14 Plan of a central committee headed by Karl Jarl V. King is for a blackout in Salt Lake Tooele Davis Weberand Box Elder counties counties counties coun counties with the army cooperating by staging a mock air attack City officials were wary of the plan army and civic leaders proffered proffered proffered prof prof- support Colonel Hails Proposal Comments Lieutenant Colonel Lowell H. Smith commanding officer at Fort Douglas and of the Twentieth wing U. S. army air corps The idea is splendid We should prepare for emergencies The wing will cooperate should the war department department department de de- de- de authorize participation City Commissioner John B.

Matheson Id like to know more about the city's possibleliability and cost Earl JJ. Glade chamber of commerce commerce commerce com commerce vice president The idea seems to be a very good thing I would like to discuss it in detail with the chamber board of governors City George D. Keyser I think It is unnecessary and dangerous If we were on a seacoast seacoast seacoast sea- sea coast or if the president asked such a demonstration it might be be- all be- all be- allall right J. L. Fahey Fancy president-elect president of the junior chamber of commerce I see it as an opportunity for Salt Lake Cityto cooperate in the defense program I am sure the junior chamber would be per percent percent per- centcent behind it Goggin Against Plan It looks dangerous to me especially especially especially espe espe- if it lasts more than an hour We would need permission from the government to blackout the airport City Attorney E.

Ray Christensen Christen- Christen sen Although a special ordinance wouldhave to be passed defining the the- occasion there still would be bean bean be- an element of of municipal lia liability 11 ty for injury or property damage 1 1 NF FIRST 14 IN NING i I Local Second Page Page Section I In This Hi Section ScHon SPORTS MIN MINING ING CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING I SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING MAY 31 1941 chool school Principal Retires June 15 after rf fter 3 39 9 Yea Years rs of Service 1 ReceptionDeception Slated Et At Riverside Tuesday Evening Retiring tiring from active service aft- aft 9 years as a teacher and prin- prin I In Salt Lake City public drools Miss Ella M. Kelsey East street will be hon hon- red ehat at a reception in the River River- Chool Tuesday at p. m. Kelsey began her career in alt alti Lake City at the Sumner in 1902 She then served as a teacher in the Idi ld Uintah the Grant i kI Lib Liberty and Irving She became principal of 1 Riverside school October 10 and has served there since graduate A of the University of Jt she also has taken graduate cork ork at the University of Oregon ILl I am happy she said Saturia Satur- Satur I ia ay to have seen during my life I ast change in the objectives and of education When I started to teach schools were etcher eacher er Now they are ii more democratically and yet yet- hh teacher of today exercises a influence on the lives of Te- pupils than ever ver before her retirement June 5 5 Miss Kelsey will vacation in thern California ff ff i 0 A oxa 'S 5 5 55 a 5 55 5 TEACHERS WIELD STRONGER INFLUENCE NOW Miss 1 Ella 1 Kelsey retiring Salt Lake City school principal oliday Still On On- oror Many ib Memorial day pa past business butos 1 In industry were resumed Saturday Sat Sat- arday and Utah's population was oa Ck on a normal footing i The he holiday however wasn't ever for for tor church 1 school teachers and students They dont don't return to their duties until Monday the summer resorts re resorts or were ff ally opened Frid Friday They were crowdedwith pleasure seekers IThe The postman who had Friday off was back on the job Saturday Postaltal operations were backto normal I Brigham a am 1 Young i dung oung Tribute Set Set- II Tribute to the Ih memory of Brigham Brig Brig- Brig- hamham Young second president of th the church will be paid by- church by by- ch by- church ch church ch members and officials Sunday the pioneerspioneer's birthday birthday birth birth- day anniversary Members of the Daughters of tIt Utah h. Pioneers will place a wreath athe he base of the Brigham Young monument at South Temple and Main in streets Sunday at sunrise At unset sunset the wreathwill be re removed removed removed re- re moved to the Young family cemetery cemetery te tery First avenue Austin Carter president of the DUP UPstate state central company will ibe be in charge of the cere cere- mony my lI iThe he regular 2 p.

m. Sunday tabernacle service will be dedicated dedicated dedi dedi- ted to the church leadersleader's memory memory mem memory ory Dr John A. A Widtsoe member members mem mem- ber bers i of the councilof 12 apostles will vill be the principal speaker Tw Two of Brigham Youngs Young's three surviving daughters Mrs Mabel Sanborn and Mrs Fannie Clayton will attend the services Health Key to Defense Utah Osteopaths Told Tod Nation Reali Realizes es Need to Preserve Condition Of Men Women Meet Speaker Asserts Importance of health in the national defense program was stressed Saturday by speakers at the annual convention of the Utah Osteopathic association in theHotel Utah Dr G. Roosevelt Utah association president and and speaker at a luncheon meeting meeting meeting meet meeting of the group pointed out that persons who believe Americans are healthy are wrong Physical examinations examinations examinations ex ex- given young men under under under un under the selective service system he said have disclosed a high percentage percentage percentage per per- of ailments Success of the national defense program is based primarily upon the physical a as aad mental health of the the industrial and military manpower manpower man manpower of the nation declared Dr L. W.

Linder of Salt Lake City speaker at the afternoon session The nation is beginningto realize realize realize rea realize the urgent need of protecting and improving the health of men and women who will serve in the natio national al defense program Dr Linder added Dr Charles A. A King Springville first speaker ker on the morning program program program pro program declared newer drugs have reduced cases of from 22 per cent to 4 4 per cent He urged early diagnosis of the ailment ailment ailment ail ailment as a means of speeding re recovery Panel discussions exhibits and election and Installation of officers officers offi- cerscers were to to tobe be features of late afternoon sessi sessions ns The annual banquet will be held at 7 p. m. Declare Draft Dis Disclosescloses Many Ills 42 i d' 4 a 5 4 aW aW- a 6 a I Ja Ja- Ja- SS 'S HEALTH IN NATIONAL DEFENSE PROGRAM IS THEIR CONCERN Dr Charles A. A King left Dr Mary King his wife and Dr Ur G.

UI U. US 8 JUDGE GIVES YEAR TWO-YEAR TERM Refused renewal of probation Forrest A. A Hobbs 35 formerly of East South Temple street was sentenced Saturday to two years in federal prison ison by Federal District District District Dis Dis- Judge Tillman D. Johnson Hobbs indicted on a Mann act charge January 17 1940 broke broke probation by failing to report to the federaldistrict courtcourt records showed William L. Greenhalgh 24 pleaded guilty to Dyer act violation violation viola violation and will be sentenced June 21 He drove a stolen car from Ely Nev to Utah lY DANISH PLAY I PLANNED Life on on- the he Farm fa famed ed Danish national play wil- be will wil will- be will- bebe shown on the screen of the Belvedere Belvedere Belvedere Bel Belvedere Sward ward amusement hall June 5 at 8 p.

m. SPEEDING COSTS BOND Speed greater reater than 65 miles an hour Fridaynight in a 30 mile zone ona Salt Lake City street cost an Ogden motorist 5 I Saturday in local police court I Sam O. Scott address given as 2773 Jackson street Ogden was released on 5 bond after arrest about 10 p. m. Friday at Fourteenth Fourteenth Four- Four West and Second South streets The arresting officers char charged ed that in addition to the mile 65 plus speed fromThird West to fourteenth West streets he was weaving in and out of traffic The bond was forfeited when he failed ailed to appear in court Satur Saturday Also fined 5 on a speeding count alleging in excess of 45 miles an hour In a mile 25 zone was Harvey S.

Ross 1160 Gilmer drive who admitted guilt before Judge Frank E. Moss Robert Stevenson 1063 West Fourth North street was wa fined 5 suspended for admittedly speeding speeding speeding speed speeding 35 to 40 miles an hour in a mile 25 zone and 5 for admittedly admitted admittedly ignoring a stop sign Milton 1420 South West Wesl Temple street had his 10 bond forfeited when he failed to answer charges of passing passin a redtraffic light while Joe G. 76 West Second South street ad admitting admitting admitting ad- ad a like charge was fined 3 Ross H. 69 West Taylor avenue 2400 South street denied char charges es of ignoring a stop sign and trial was set for June 7 Oratory Contests Slated for June 9 8 Roger ROler Sevy Richfield will be be- the be- the be- thethe Utah Future Farmer representative representative representative at the publicspeaking contest at the Newhouse se hotel note June 8 and 9 to which each of the 11 western states will send one contestant Good Driving Awards Due at Westminster Excellence in a newly-instituted newly safe-driving safe course at Westminsterer college will be recognized at an award assembly at 10 a. a m.

June 9 9 when students students students stu students completing thetile course course will be given safety certificates the Rev Rob Rob- ert D. Steelepresident said Saturday The course begun this week with more than 30 students already qualifying qualify qualifying is given by E. L. Durr athletic coach who studied traffic safety at In Indiana Indiana Indiana In- In diana university Instruction includes written exam exam- on safetypractices a braking reaction and a series of eight testsin in- an in- an in- ananautomobileona marked course to determine actual driving ability The course is aimed at making all student drivers safety conscious Rev Steele said Streetcar Makes Last Run in an S. L.

Tonight Outmoded Transportation Gives Way to Progress tr Iv of i- i PROGENITOR OF SALT LAKE CITY'S STREET CAR SYSTEM WASTWO-MULE TWO POWER They used to say you'd get there quicker by walking but riding was suchfunun i r- II 1 9 oy NY a t. ST STREET you rL rDE Li 0 5 US i 1 rH I l. 11 THE HE liE WINDS UP NEARLY HALF A CENTURY OF SERVICE ON STREET RAILWAYS Rudolph DoltDolf Evans Evans takesthehelm to bring his good ship into last port TROLLEY DRIVER FOR 5 50 0 YEARS YEARS' CHOSEN PILOT System Which Started As Mule Coach Bows to Motor Buses Buses' By BUFORD SOMMERS Two Two Salt Lake institutions come come- toto a simultaneous cl close se Saturday night 1 Street transportation utilizing tracks 2 The Kid Conductor The first is 69 years oldand the second is 67 in Hand-in-hand so to speak Rudoph Rudoph Rudoph Ru- Ru doph Evans and Salt Lakes last streetcar will start lorfor the barn from Main street at pp. m. afterthe last run The man and the car will bow to the factthat times have changed a fact often mentioned but aut seldom realized until some cataclysmic cataclysmic cataclysmic cata cata- event like this comes along From this time on the Utah Light and Traction company will use only gasoline busesand trolley buses Drawn by Mules Back in 1872 when the public transportation problem first arose Brigham Young decided that a street railway was needed So the Salt Lake City Railroad company was organized by Brigham Young Jr John W.

Young S. B. Young LeGrande Young John Pike Moses Thatcher W. B. Preston P.

L. WilliamsHamilton G. Park and W. W. Riter Drawn by a rat mule the dinky little car traveled from the railroad railroad railroad rail railroad depot along South Temple str street etto West Temple street south to First South street east ast to Main street and southto Third South street But this new angled thing Mr Edison was with was developing although Salt Lake publicists lo looked ked with cold and fishy eye upon his electric light At any rate on August 8 1889 the the first electrified car was given given- aa trial fun run in Salt Lake City Makes Successful Run It ran from the power house on Second East st street to theeast east- end east- end east- endend of town back to the Garfield depot and home to the powEr- house power house The car sped up grades in fine style and people along the line stared as though an apparition was flyingby says an account of ot the time Well electricity may be here to stay but those skeptics of a halfhalt century ago who doubted the electric electric electric elec elec- streetcar could stay now are having their their innings But the success of ot the streetcar streetcar streetcar street streetcar business appealed to others Accordingly in 1890 on New Years Year's day the first opposition appeared in theform of the Salt LakeRapid Transit company Its organizers are listed as L.

S. Hills James T. Little W. H. Spafford and John Sharp Jr of Salt Lake City and J.

S. Cameron of Omaha Neb Years of Fighting If competition was the life of trade it also was the source of 10 years of bitter fighting The tracks of the so-called so rapid transit company ran on State street on First avenue Second South street and to Murray and the smelters the depot Forest Dale Calders Calder's park Smoots Smoot's Pleasure Gardens White Sulphur Springs Becks Beck's Hot Springs and the West Side race racetrack track It became quite a company and Continued on Page Sixteen STATE BLOCKS LICENSE RIVAL The state has averted a threat of private competition in saleof fishing licenses Newell B. Cook state fish and game commissioner revealed Saturday An Ogden printer earlier in the year in the course of printing licenses for the st state te disposed of ot of- a ot- aa batch of proofs by throwing them into a waste basket and they wound up on the dump Ogden police arrested a man with with- aa generous supply of licenses and learned he had sold one for 25 cents a bargain considering the states state's charge of 2 for the same article The police finally confiscated all the proofs and the fish and game department resumed business at at- the at- the at- thetheold stand Model Plane Fans Groom Craft For Tribune-Telegram Tribune Meet Skies in the vicinity of West 2100 South street will hum with sounds of model del airplane gasoline engines Sunday when The Tribune Tribune-i Telegram Intermountain Aviation club gas model contest gets gets' under underway under- wayway at 2 p. m. Contestants from three states will participate in the meet and gold trophiesmodel plane equipment equipment equipment equip equipment and cash prizes will be awarded award awarded winners in the various divi divi- Seventy-five Seventy youthful builders of the model craft have entered their ships and contest directors anticipate anticipate anticipate antici anticipate to spectators will attend the contest Modelmakers fr from Twin Falls Idaho Evanston Wyo and Brigham Brigha City Provo Ogden and Salt Lake City will send their miniature craft aloft A special feature ofthe program will be a demonstration in which a model plane will be controlled entirely from the ground Burton Burton Burton Bur Burton De Marias will present the demonstrationtion The Weather Salt So Lake City an and vicinity vicinity Partly Partly cloudy Saturday Satur daynight and Sunday withshowers andthunder- storms thunderstorms thunderstorms thunder- thunder storms cooler Sunday Local office U.

S. weather northwestern borders of Utah bureau Salt Lake City Utah has yielded light liht to moderate moderate amounts of rainfallramfall to most of May 31 1941 northern California Oregon I Inches nc 11 es Washington Idaho Montana Mon Mon- Precipitation in last 24 tana and tv we western ern and hours 00 00 northern Wyoming oming Thunder Thunder- Thunderstorms Total since October 1 1617 storms were also reported report in Total October 1 to date eastern New Mexico No important im ten- last year 1230 changes in temperature tempera tempera- Normal October 1 to date 12 1299 ture have occurred over the A shower shower- and thunderstorm 1 west st although thermometers condition which yesterday advanced ad ad- were a little lower yesterday to thenorthern and in the shower areas Forecast on Highways Out of Salt Lake lak Salt Lake to Boise Yellowstone Park Reno Cheyenne Denver Partly cloudy with rain showers or thunderstorms during afternoon temperatures mild Salt Lake to Las Vegas Partly cloudy with th rain in showers over mountains of Utah during afternoon mild temperatures Salt Lake Temperatures Last 24 24 Hours Hours' Hours Hours' 4 p. ni m. 7818 10 p. m.

67 07 4 a. a m. 7 57 10 10 a m. 72 3 5 pp. m.

77 11 p. m. 6 5 a. a ni m. 53 11 11 a m.

74 fI i p. m. 76 12 pp. m. HS 6 a.

a m. II 51 12 m. 67 7 pp. m. 72 1 a s.

m. 00 59 7 a a. a m. 56 1 p. ni m.

64 8 it p. m. 70 2 a. a m. 87 7 8 a.

a in tn 22 p. m. 66 9 p. m. 68 3 a nr m.

57 9 I a a. a m. 67 3 P. m. 67 Weather Observations Taken a a.

a m. Saturday such High Low Pitch High lih Low VestYest Today Prec Test Yest Today Prec Albuquerque cloudy 81 60 00 PocAtello pt t. cloudy 7 74 488 00 00 BoiseBolle cloudy 61 Gt 48 11 Portland Ore rain 7 74 50 53 Butte pt clouy 63 39 09 Reno cloudy 64 41 00 Calgary a cloudy cloudy 61 1 46 48 43 43 St St St. tn Lout Louis I pty pt cloudy 90 00 71 17 Chicago pt cloudy 76 64 53 S. L.

AIRPORT clear 77 48 00 Denver cloudy 81 52 00 S. L. CITY clear 78 53 00 Grand Junction clear 78 54 14 00 San Francisco cloudy 68 55 00 Kansas anua City pt eddy 91 72 75 Seattle rain 72 54 63 Landerclear 66 42 03OJ Spokane cloudy 74 52 40 Las VegasVegan pt cloudy 87 66 00 clear 67 41 00 8 Ye Los Angeles pt 73 56 00 Wendover clear 72 44 gg 00 Milford clear 75 43 00 Winnemucca pt 666 46 16 St. P. cloudy 6 66 57 5551 Winnipeg rat rain rain 62 54 63 New York City lear clear 76 5515 00 Yellowstone pt pt eldy 56 6 36 09 Oklahoma City CUy SI 68 MI 00 Salt Lake City observation at 8 a a.

a m. Omaha pt cloudy 88 3 66 00 Sun gun sets eta today 7 53 1 D. m. Phoenix cloudy 86 5658 8 00 Sun rises tomorrow 4 a. a m.

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