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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS Intermountain Network Station KALL Monday Throuch WEATHER Jartly and warmer Saturday and OM IS 65 SALT SATURDAY JUNE 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Staff of MIA Told Need Of Guidance Teach Young Group By Apostle Advises I SATURDAYS EVENTS Departmental all day in various See page Indian Correlation Barratt 60 festival Lake 8 By JACK HKKD Officers and teachers of the Mutual Improvement Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday were admon ished Friday at the organiza tions annual June conference that they must live pure lives themselves and then inspire youth under their supervision to follow their Ezra Taft council of twelve apostles and an adviser to the told dele gates in the Salt Lake tabernacle to inspire the hearts of the youth of Zion that it pays in dollars end in in spirituality and eventually in the kingdom of God to live the standards of the President Speaks Earlier in the at the morn ing general George Albert church expressed thanks to his former MIA teach ers for training him in virtue and in each day of our he we do something to help we will enjoy the richness of the kingdom of Smith urged the MIA of ficer and teachers to train the churchs youth in right He promised that their reward would be the undying gratitude of those boys and girls when they become men and Gods Help Benson It is un unscholarly and costly for each individual to insist upon personally conducting experi ments that have proved that sin brings pointed out that the world has become smaller and smaller until evils which once were con fined to only the larger metropoli tan areas are now on every the church official need someone to inspire them to in the world and yet avoid its Without Gods help we can not and with His help we can Oil Firm Booms Link of Pasco Construction Set pat Once For MiUion Project June 17 construction of the long discussed pipe line from Standard Oils Salt Lake City refinery to the inland empire is in A Standard Oil Company of California executive wrote the Union Pacific Railroad that the oil firm plans to start Elbert Thomas Utah I construction of the big inch at It will run from Salt Thomas Says Labor Bill Meets Need IT With Heads Stilled Members Hear Invocation Part of the group of 3000 dancers who participated in the Mutual Improvement dance festival in the University of Ulan sta dium Friday stand with heads bowed as they hear Later the scene changed to the lively mood of a Spanish The festival was the second of three set during the Rl 1 A Photograph by Western Salt Lake Tribune staff Berlin Access i Atvasli in Sea i listed three obligaj tions of MIA officers and teach1 ers to their to their church and to the parents of the boys and girls under their youth and Spirituality Theme of the days meet ings was explanation and elabora tion of Issue Stalls Paris Parley June 17 sian refusal to guarantee the west ern allies free access to Berlin has stalemated the Big Four foreign ministers it was made known Friday Unless Soviet Minister Andrei Vishinsky changes his mind by as result of instructions from the j conference will adjourn Monday with prospect of renewed bitter eastwest disputes in the German Of Gob Hats the announced 194950 MIA theme How glorious and near tc the angels is youth that Is clean this youth has joy un speakable here and eternal happi ness The theme is taken from mes sage from the church first presi dency given at the general Bookmarks with the theme printed on were distributed to the i on early signature of an Austrian treaty may still be Russ Refuse Okeh It appeared two days ago that the Big Four were close to agree ment on a working temporary agreement for control of Berlin as well as the treatv to restore I June 17 American navy made a success ful invasion of London By nightfall Picadilly circus was awash in a sea of white caps and blue Southern drawls and New England twangs mingled with the cockney cries of the bar row Londons street The sailors were part of 4000 officers and men and napolis midshipr rived aboard 10 warships HL jmen Portsmouth for an official eightday visit to The American fleet was led by the battleship Other ships in the squadron are the destroyers Wilson and Damato and the minelayers Truman Aims Torrid Blast At Foes of Housing Bill June If UP land added that he does not recall j Harry S Truman Friday rever having witnessed a more attacked a proposal by riday told a squabbling spnste Friday the Truman labor bill would leave i the way open for plant injunctions or whatever action i would fit a given strike emeri i Thomas spoke as the chamber considered administration measure to repeal the TaftHart ley act and return to a modified version of the old New Deal Wag ner A hippoint at issue is whether the new measure should say as does the Taft Hartley that the president can seize plants or get injunctions to halt strikes imperiling the national Does Xot Limit Powers chief sponsor of the administration said that al though it doesnt authorize seizure or is written in such a way as not to limit the inherent powers of the Those he clearly include seizingplants or getting injunctions in a national emer Then the excitement Claude Pepper also pleaded for the administra tion but took a sharply dif ferent He urged its passage on the ground that it proposes neither seizure nor Pepper slashed bitterly atboth these methods of stopping Hits Seizure Proposal He attacked a 90day seizure proposal by Paul Douglas and George Aiken even more hotly than he President Takes Cruise to Map Bureau Revamp 17 Harry S Truman left Washington Friday aboard the yacht Williamsburg for a weekend cruise on the Potomac river and Chesapeake Accompanied by members of his the president will spend the weekend working on a series of recommendations to be pre sented to congress on govern ment Among those making the cruise with Truman are un dersecretary of defense Stephen former Mon Wallgren of and presidential assistants Charles Murphy and Donald The president will return to the capital Sunday Mining Work Bill Wins Truman Nod June 17 directed a blistering new H R 1M ert Taft to continue the at the real estate accusing Ration it of waging a deliberate cam paign of distortion and misrepre sentation against the administra tionspublic housing portance to the Distorts Facts The propaganda of the real estate lobby consistently misstates In a 3500word letter to House jthe explicit provisions of the 1200 An Speaker Sam he charged consistently misrepresents what arhS mUe is spreading shocking lies lhe housing situation in Douglas and Taft both jumped to their Pepper said labor hates the lin an effort to prevent enactmentthe he I of progressive housing legislaI said most of Ule I Torrid Blast Bauer and Hoffman Asks jthe estate business are de honorable citi that his barbs are directed i at a little group of ruthless men S Claiming for the mem bers of these industries who spend ing to block Austrias But when negotiations got to i the showdown stage Vishinsky stubbornly rejected the western j allies demand for a firm Russian acknowledgement of the right of EC A Curb To Trade Pact the United Great Britain June 17 NYT and France to remain in Berlin further Marshal t0 Pln aid to the United Kingdom if necessary to prevent the pend jthe house is about to consider a llongrange housing measure call ling for public housing iunits in the next seven took japart one by one what the presi dent called the more flagrant claims of the real estate He said that house who take up the bill should be aware of the false and misleading nature of this prop aganda when they And he pxpressed the view that house consideration at last means we are close to success in the tion For Trade Only fiveyear struggle to enact gives the right of in ing legislation that will strike at Agnes Gamier 03yearold Then doesnt the senate the core of the nations critical was convicted Friday J JL jjcucaaai y tu uic uciiu ing trade agreement between that jhousinS Campaign Promise tabernacle audience during the The proposal over which the Hoffman morning session enclosed in a i stalemate occurred included ajecol booklet by Stephen L Russian affirmation of the right j tor of western allies to unre The which has passed the member of the council of twelve The Case for Joy in Righteousness economic coooeration administra wmu ao j Isenate in slightly modified stricted use of highways I and canals between Berlin the ialso provides for slum clearance it was Hoffman In message of Elbert j In Vishinsky was willing to do Heackled thTthe general superintendent was to say that Russia would pe ult of the Young Mens exj facilitate the of such com It is our privilege to munications for the purpose of teach youth toelevate that which promoting 4 in by told would every pressure we can to hous It was a major plank in the presidents election campaign last i Aid Convicted Of Slaying Coast Realtor injunction with all the bitterness of its painful memories of its long But he said to stop strikes by government seizure Is even because it also leads to in junctions against unions and at the same time is obnoxious to Pepper roared thnt he wanted to show the kinship of the Taft and Douglas Denies Similarity Douglas flatly denied the simi He said seizures would not inevitably lead to but j in the vast majority of when an industry was the ing for another year beyond July 1 the wartime suspension of an nual assessment work on mining He said he did so reluc The bill suspends the require ment for an expenditure of at least in labor or improve ments on al mining claims on pub lic An act of May made the first suspension just for the pe riod of Continued suspensions have been voted since Approved Reluctantly While I have reluctantly ap proved another one year exten Truman said in a state patriotism and good sense of i believe that any further Juno 17 workers lead them to go back to I Tafts retort to Pepper was llmt it was the DouglasAiken amend and the administration bill which are Taft said The Douglas amend without mentioning gives the right of The Thom as without mentioning H think we ought to spell out the niRht of manslaughter m the slay tion lt for ing of Jier wealthy John Pepper said The allwoman jury de1 liberated nearly eight The coming as somei Best of All thing of a surprise to most court1 fjvrmc iiMl n ir S 1 jumped in to ask Pepper if he room observers parries with it penalty of one to 10 years in pns n The comely defendant blinked Uimk Iveg ameldment Truman denounced the real raPidlv sewral hut did as the jury foreman the best of all because it is the proposal that W0ud meet y estate lobby as the real enemy is good and up lifting to exalt virtue and de base unchastity to give them a This means that at anytime Russia was dissatisfied with the way things were going she could vnnsr i t the American home during lits fight for a new rent control beautiful and uplifting concept of i cut off as all and to trarh that there is traffic must move through the See Page Column 4j Soviet occupation Over Over the protest of the United and without any changes He said he had been shocked at the extraordinary propaganda campaign unleashed against REDS TOUGHEN CAMPAIGN government Wednesis bi the real estatc nounced the Cried Openly Earlier Fridav as her Uona eergencips witnout in any j way permitting the I The Ives plan would leave it up to congress to legislate in each Particular emergencyat a spe Czechs Arrest Archbishop In AntiCatholic Drive 17 Communist government toughened its campaign against Catholic rhiirch Friday by putting Arch bishop Josef Bcran under house Three wellknown Prague priests also wore under arrest after police raided the consistory in the archbishops palace to seize church The 60yearold archbishop was kopt under police informants sperulat pri on whether he might also be taken to elsewhere if he continued resisting what he calls a government aim to control Catholicism in Czechoslovakia and to set up a new State Catho lic Onr diplomat familiar wilh archbishopric said Archbishop day that the trade agreement I would be formalized next As understood by senate commit the agreement provides basically for the exchange of Brit ish machinery for Argentine beef over a fiveyear j As interpreted by Guy Cor don the ar rangement placed the in the position of financing British mo Beran last Saturday discussed jnopoly of the Argentine machinery with some of his bishops the ad1 market through EC A while abet visability nf naming a temporary successor in he I am soon Prague Protestants meanwhile were watching situation close One Protestant churchman saifi Our interest is intense be cause we think were next in the governments drive to get control of the churches and cut our lies ting its discrimination against American agricultural Dreadful Departure The E C A chief agreed that the i proposed agreement was a dread said the bill under consideration fill departure from the kind of j is a political vehicle which Realtor Charges Truman Plays Housing Politics June 37 UP president of the National Association of Real Estate boards Friday night accused Harry S Truman of spon soring political Replying to the presidents blast against the real estate Theodore Maenner cricd j Superior Russcl Waite set Wednesday at 10 tor sen i I But Allen said he will move I that if not for a new The twoweek trial camp to an end at about The jury took the case at president of the National Apartment House Owners and a Los Angeles real estate op nn except the administration extension of the suspension of the assessment work requirement would be detrimental to the public He said the requirement has Lake City to I vice president jof Standard said his organi j zation had decided not to wait any longer for lower railroad freight He said the pipe line would Be cheaper than other transporta Final Decision Railroad who been battling vainly for lower freight rates on expressed hope that Standard Oil might atill change its mind about the pipe line if the Interstate Commerce commission will cut rates A final decision from the how is not likely before next Columbia river barge and truck lines have fought the proposed freight contending it would destroy their business of hauling petroleum from Portland to the inland They wont like the pipe Shorter Haul then chairman the board of said address in Spokane in the company intended to send pe troleum into the Spokane area from wells in Wyoming1 and Colo He said that action would result in a shorter haul and re duce the drain on California sup The river transportation com panies bring gasoline and oil to Hand tank farms by the water method and make deliveries to re tailers and wholesalers by rail and Early Completion Possible Railroad officials said they un derstood the pipe line could be com this In a hearing at Salt Lake City last there was testimony that the pipe estimated to cost would be a common car rier and would be required to carry products of other producers if they requested it was indicated the pipe line couldcut the cost of moving pe troleum from Salt Lake City to inland empire points to about 12 cents a 100 Thenil rate is 95 cents a 100 between Salt Lake City and The railroads had petitioned the ICC for a cut to 42 cents a 100 Alternate Spokane district manager for said several routes foi the line had been pro posed and extensive surveys made from the In the line will go north Salt Lake across southern cross Into eastern Oregon and end some where in the vicinity of He said the line would serve several bulk plants in the four state area and that the final rout plants Holstad said the first leg of the line would be to Boise of eighWnch pipe The Spokane manager said he stood construction could begin Al most immediately board of directors official approvalwas appeared in public domain mining laws since 1872 and was designed to prevent persons from hinder ing the development of lhe rain jngchosen would determine the erala in the public lands by mak ing mining claims and then per forming no work to develop them or to produce the In Public Interest He said it is certainly in the public interest in view of the pres ent shortage of minerals that idle ness on mineral claims be allowed no longer than is The president noted that the senate committee on interior and insular affairs is planning a study looking to general revision and unification of mining It would seem he to permit that study to proceed in orderly fashion and I would hope that such revisions as may be necessary and desirable will be accomplished without un due Coast Official Reports Final Okeh Withheld Contacted by telephone In a Standard of California official said that the companys board of directors had not given final approval to con struction of the pipe Construction it See Page Column t ORDEAL organiza1 program could not succeed with foreign church Churchmen said recent esti mates placed th number of priests under arrest at about 150 in the whole This figure now may be higher as a result of the government campaign to high pressure allegiance from priests the protested t and laymrn for its own sponsored the Catholic action I multilateral trading system the Marshall plan was intended to re He added that the European re against the type of bilateral agree ment contemplated by the United Kingdom and The senate committees exam ination of Hoffmans estimates of European recovery needs came to a sudden halt as Cordon injected the protested trade agreement into Timta will provide houses for friends of the He charged the public housing bill would provide political housing which gives a dis count on what the tenant nor mally would He said there was no tion about public housing be ing used fpr political He said the government was entering into unfair competition wilh free enterprise because it wrote off of the cost as an outright Coplon Claims FBI June 37 UP she is and always has been loyal Judith Coplon testified at her i in which two women agents Intimate Relationship j stripped her and poked ail over Both sides developed 1 my employed by Owen since After she she she 1937 as a secretary and manager was questioned until dawn without of some of his had not I having a chance to get a only a business association hut an j The 28yearold suspended intimate personal relationship withJustice department analyst iiim Barnard college graduate is acj The state claimed the cused of stealing followed a oiiarrel over Owens secrets to pass on to the United She also denied spying for Gu a suspended United Na tions She unfolded the story after first telling the jurors the top secret FBI report found in her purse when she was arrested were only material for a seriocomic book she is writing about Wash Flately contradicting the testi mony of she charged she government j was held incommunicado from the to Moscow friendship with actress Irene i through Valentin There was testimony that Owen ini her Russian tended to dispense with Gar They were picked up in New niers i Ynrk the night of March 4 as they She testified that Owen had strolled arminarm along a mid been that he seized a town Manhattan gun and threatened to kill She The darkeyed rlcfend salf they struggled for possession I ant entered a blanket denial of 1 of the gun and it I the espionage charge and insisted time she was seized with Gubit chev until dawn the following day when was arraigned with the Russian on a charge ot conspiring to commit Did you know what you were arrested for Archibald her I hadnt the vaguest she When taken to P BI headquart ers in New she woman held me while an FBI nurse pulled my clothes They undressed poked all over my body and made me open my mouth to see if I had any thing in it and you can get Before the GMen began ques tioning she the nurse handed her some ammonia cap saying they are good in case you feel She said she was told to sit in a chair so Chief Agent Robert Robinson and other GMen could question She wan frightened by the alternating sweetness and shout she and repeatedly asked for a chance to get a law Her pleai were   

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