Milestones, Oct. 28, 1974

Died. Josef Krips, 72, Vienna-born conductor who rebuilt the musical life of his war-ravaged birthplace from 1945 to 1950, later led London's Symphony Orchestra, Buffalo's Philharmonic and San Francisco's resurgent symphony, and was renowned for mellow "singing" interpretations of Mozart and Beethoven; of lung cancer; in Geneva.

Died. Edward Vincent Sullivan, 73, gossip columnist ("Little Old New York") for the New York Daily News and TV impresario nonpareil; of cancer of the esophagus; in Manhattan. Sullivan began as a sportswriter in the 1920s, moved to the Broadway celebrity beat in the 1930s and...

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