Salt Lake Tribune, June 20, 1949

Salt Lake Tribune

June 20, 1949

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Issue date: Monday, June 20, 1949

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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS btermoutain Network Station KALL Monday Throujb Trittj WEATHER Showers and cooler Monday windy west Details an 23 67 SALT LAKE MONDAY JUNE 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Big Four Reaches Pact On Paris Says Coal Pit Strike New Threat Looms Will Announce Agreement At Final Session Today June 20 Juno 19 sources said Sunday i night the Big Four foreign ministers had reached an eastwest live and lot live agreement on These sources said tho agreement was a statement of prill iriplos which would not solve any of the basic problems between Lewis Russia and the wostcrn but is expected to case international week stabilization strike md immpdiatc fcars of clash which might lead to The agreement is slated to be announced tomorrow by the for eign ministers of the United France and Bri on schedule Sunday amid growing fears of a and fullfledged walkout next The vanguard of Lewis United Mine Workers trooped back to work in the big eastern coal mines at eager or a full weeks wages before start ing their annual 10day Eye on Acheson Charts Return To Spur Baltic June 19 CUP j of State Dean Ache The with an eye on con son returns from Paris this week 1 tract also were j to take personal command of a drive to whip his mired foreign aware that this weeks work may be their last job for The UMW and the coal operators were entering crucial bargaining sessions for a new contract to re place the one expiring June policy program through con Of three major foreign affairs issues only ratification of the Atlantic defense pact Without a new the New operating unions traditional no funds for the European rccov work policv will keep the cry plan arc caught m the mit Imines closed aclte a bitter senate econ One digger at and the arinafor who refused to be said j Europe program is was ready to go back to work perhaps until next day after we Im The council of foreign minis Must as anxious I ters is scheduled to clean up its he took a dim view to contract I fourweek session Monday and I talks and said hed probably have Acheson is expected to fly home 1 arouncj Church Members Fill Tabernacle at Youth Conference The Salt Lake tabernacle was filled Sunday night with LDS youngpeople for MIA youth On the front left o are David McKay In white principal speaker and second counselor in LDS first presidency Stephen L aposile Reuben Clark tint counselor in the LDS first LDS Future Depends on Smith Tells MIA Meet By JACK REED The future of the Church i critical of those who do not underi Tho church was established so those introduced to Max promi nent Utah hotel Where are you from Fol som replied Wed Like TooI fit Just Had a Governor COLORADO June 19 James Folsoni of Alabama was meeting visitors Patiencehe and ixl those who have a testimony could in tlle Broadmoor hotel lobby OI u j u i Sunday just prior tq Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints planalion of church principles out in the world and preach the opening of the governors con depends upon its youth Pres I bring an understanding and he and the MI AI George Albert Smith Sunday told tual ceptance objective is to prepare young peo1 Among rhnroh attending a fren Henry D Movle member of of the church for missions and him was cnurcn merjioers eKU council of twelve also eral session in the Salt Lake tabi the afternoon session of jlllstl11 m them a desire to serve on ernacle of the June conference of i the MIA which was j a the Mutual Improvement i under direction of the church first Spencer also a Responsibility leade and he to see that the i youths are guided in the right way so they may become leaders and teachers in the Measured by Success Your happiness will bemeas ured by the success of those o whom you church president Smith also admonished his listeners to be patient with those who do not ccpt the There are God lives and ihere are otners wno conference of the Young Mens j He said the M 1 A should provide could Jl is up to UK to tearhiinr WnmPns Mutual 1m1 strive to develop talents within them how they God He said truth endures forever Labor Board Puts Aside Denham Rule lots of time soon to finish a chicken coop I started last Report on Schedule Another who look it easy all said hed report to I on The miners were joined in the backtowork movement by some of the employes of the na i lions coalhauling railroads who were furloughed at the outset of the stabilization Illinois biggest coal hauler among western said 500 to 600 workers laid off during the strike would be called back Three groups of mine operators hecklers drowned out Archbishop meet with Lewis this week in efj Josef leader of the Cath Heckler Cries Drown Out Clerics Talk June 19 UP whistling forts to reach To Resume Talks Southern coal operators will re sume far fruit Tues The following day at White Sulphur 80 miles Lewis will open negotiations with the northern and western industrys biggest June 39 UP I On negotiators for v i The National Labor Relations S Steel larrnst of the fvill go to board ruled unanimously Sunday j white Sulphur Springs to meet that the TaftHartley act docs forbid legal picketing of a struck i LCWJS closed the mines a week plant even if it has the same eflago an admitted move to cut feet as a secondary llhc nations nearrecord The fivemember board overoOOton coal stockpile by some 1 1 Workers in the M I nf the council of twelve Thats a good Folsom ruled its general Robert tons and strengthen his sponsioilily is cnurcn iMr Moyle saidi never lose apostip5 told the audience remarked genially and turned to in the first decision hflnci in tho rs and teachers in the wards Of their i is no such word as resignation in i other iOf its the TaftHartley AFL Discounts Serious resignation jour church He i 1 I I plained that church officials i outli Advised do DIRECT LOANS T are by jTo Stress archSpiritual Side Develop the dont serve another MIA official or some other but only j i through Thus the and teachers are obligated to serve until released for one reason or j i another and they never Develop Talents GOP Readies Housing BUI outlawing secondary It said that any other find ing might well outlaw virtually i every The hoard announced its find jings in dismissing charges of sec jondary boycott brought by the iPure Oil against local 316 of I the CIO Oil Workers Interna tional union at Charges were by the corn employes refused to Business Drop June 19 WASHINGTON June 19 load oil from a dock at the To The American Federation of Labor ployment ma healthy and ous tiat a serious business reces is up to us to tearhiand Young Womens Mutual 1m strive to develop t y may know that provement j sents the Pure Oil workers Elbert Young Mens program for low income held is almost It is designed to bring peace to strifetorn provide for reopening of eastwest trade in and thus ease inter national tension at Europes 1 trouble Near Austria Accord The big four also were reported on the verge of agreement on new instructions which would result in an Austrian independence One or two points on Austria were reported still to be cleared up at Mondays closed session of the foreign The ministers are expected to end their fourweek conference by announcing their two achieve ments in an official communique The final break in the deadlock over Berlin came Sunday nights three and a half hour closed the informants The big four deputies will meet at 10 Monday 4 east ern standard time to draft the Another Closed Session The ministers will hold a secret meeting at 3 to clear up remaining paints at issue and re lease the communique at a sub sequent brief open Secy of State Dean Acheson plans to leave for Wash ington sometime Monday The agreement on Berlin in said to provide for reopening of east west trade between the the two sections of dividsd Germanyt It it also understood a Russian state ment will be issued guaranteeing the west free acess to Berlin and no resumption of the Soviet block ade of that Western sources believe that while the trade agreement would apply only to it would foreshadow a general reopening of trade between western and eastern Vishinsky Gives In Informants said Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Vishinsky did not give in on Berlin until Sun days final nan be no compromise whatso1 break on the eastwest j deadlock came at a un Usually reliable sources said j scheduled 30minute meeting a Siinday night that police officials i ag0 On that day visited many early Vishinsky made a long speech on day and warned priests that it j a pcace treaty for would be illegal to read the j which Acheson called as full Taice the 61yearold archbishj Of propaganda as a dog has who spent three years in Dai The opening meeting ended that chau concentration camp for dej and Vishinsky had already fying the German was j started out of the building when howled by an apparently i the western ministers sent a mes organized leftist group as he j senger after him to ask if started to deliver a sermon at a would for a secret meet Corpus Christi day mass in ing to discuss procedural mat j At that session the west I ern ministers told Vishinsky tha i lime for propaganda was over Later hecklers broke up a spon and asked on what basis he was Catholic demonstration ready to do Stress Other Duties Acheson and the others stressed olic church in in Vltus cathedral Sunday when he tried to criticize policies of the Communist regime But in Catholic churches throughout the by the archbishops read a defiant pastoral letter denouncing government interference in re ligious matters and asserting Sheep from Wolves Every Czech and Slovak Cath olic must realize that his time of test has in which he has to tell the sheep from the wolves in sheeps and that in is sues of religious freedom there Catholic Demonstration in his honor under the balcony of his But in pulpits of Catholic Labors churches here and elsewhere they had other duties and were Advises Patience The leader of more than everlasting 000 church members advised the Body hut Tnlwrnarle MIA conferees Let us not be as the fault of tho regard to Berlin and an Austrian 1 ice in fleshly appetites ElDert xoung The substitute for the adminisjthR dock violated the secondary but for the 1 to I eluding slum clearance and Of oilVstop i Icused the state of using all means Vishinsky gave tt Mlllof its low rent public P declared that pofcies of propaganda to spread untrue clear indication of terms members he to But the substitute adds a large He applied for temporary ini followed by management statements that failure to reach which he would do business with lift thorn out of the dust and give program of direct loans for junction to halt the unions pick government in this per them wings that their spirits ilh lower incomes ineligible for cling last The housing and liberalization ings were held up after the com Wages Move Cpward Van a final hpinrMr MrKav Mr announced that beof federal housing administration pany and union reached a tempo nnintprl nut Hk horiv hut the tween anfi Persons hsvp mortgage a statement rarv pending final ac A FL ls Vllql Ulflt by XL R many in Ihe world are 30 MILLION UTAH TONS lO LaSt WCSt LOld W Br prone to regard the body as the man and consequently direct their j I efforts in the gratifying of its 3 UP j iU iu The Soviet mission announced j Monday repatriation of nearly lhat the rcal man is an immortai Japanese prisoners of war hold in Soviet territories will Russ to Return Japs Hoffman See No End Kaiser Taps Huge Coal Belt o tht June 19 gin j tensive drilling tests have proved Preceding the church officialsa new source of more than It asked the Japanese a discussion tons of high grade coking nient to send four ships to the Si conducted concerning vital probjcoal in the rich coal mining areas berian port of Nahodka to receive i lems confronting Latterday Saint f nf The Japanese were asked to j was The it was has already started studies of fa cilities to open and operate the properties to supply coking cosl the expansion of the Henry ships live days between June 35 Jimp 30 The sudden Soviet announce Ralph YMMIA sec 4 ne suuuea ment ignored Japanese and ond assistant general superintend Participants representing the M Men A i Kaiser steel plant at age group Sara Alborti Stout rokinff coa is that Russian authorities falsified statements on the num of Japanese held bv thc riyattsvillo Mdsprcial bfl llspd nr Kcconfl woman David MSB fllrnnoe and Tho Russians have announced Michigan Boy Scout ovens now under construe that nil rpinaining 456 Westminstrr jun lion nrr prisoners would be repatriior girl Sharon atH this the Bep Hivp girl JapnncsP government and explorer Bcvorly UTS Thps Part of Kxpanxinn se facilities part of und Shelby expansion program that than troops in885th special will inrlurtp a new held by the mill ajid t new electric weld pipp Company officials esti mated that the tons it said wage increases should now he based on past or future1 increases in productivity to prc June in middle Europe and nearly 400 vent undue rises in costs snd Paul Hoffman and j million in They believe that that company earning p o w e Thomas Dewey joined Sun1 by the continued use of should be day in declarations that thry could traitors they will gain It proposed that unions rooperjsee no prospect of an end to the and all reserve would supply the two blast furnaces with coal for 40 Tests at the company spokesman have demonstrat ed the high coking quality of the new The new coal the an nouncement lie in the famous Books Cliffs field which is cur rently supplying the requirement of the Fontana plant and Geneva Steel plants at Geneva and Located on Lease company spokesman insureate with management through i cold low mining union management production They agreed that a free world Hoffman and Dewey spoke at Pending the opening and de to prevent Depends on ronlmsied successful commencement exercises of volopment of a new mine cut improve cooperation of countries in Both received hon Kaiser steel plant at Fonlana i ern i orary doctor of laws continue to oblain its coking cnal requirements from a leased mine in the same Spurs Plant Expansion The current of the Fontana plant Raise Depends on Plan The European cooperation ad who last week cams niinistrator said indications that from trip to western ware the A FL has now decided on asaid European recovery was the mav depend on such a of look and j most important immediate task i would have significance only if to prevent a cold war becoming it hot He declared every statesman in western Europe if AFL unions were advised to i would have significance only expansion program i get the facts on the employers translated into a decision that to L plant is expectedfinancial live and let live is the wisest to be completed by the end of this Perhaps your employers pros j looking with grim forboding to v IJ y tilt CI1U UL tills ci o t u u The coke ovens are scheduled pccts are thr 1948 Republican j 1952 when American aid for completion the new lion hut if his profit margin presidential declared that ailed to come to an blast furnare in October and the is being squeezed by price declines the question of peace or war would i It is obvious to he two new mills by ihc end of theyour future will be more be docidcd by the 13 men of the j that we must also provide the you hflp him improve his com politburo in the j European countries with militaiy Jt is localed on Kaiserhdd I Thp blast furnace will havo a pntitivp But why should those 13 men to be strong enough to properties of 2r60 acres leased jcapadly of 1200 tons daily and tne nations economic prosbe stupid enough to change from i defend year from the double tho plants th1 AFL paid the current a cold war to a shooting Citing that the population of mcnt of interior 480 pigiron production ca prirp arc a lirallhy developIIP Europe and North America is less leased from the state of The drilling tests disclosed roal of 11 to Vt in The of tht the With the new facilities in sairl readjustment after Thoy have won more in the last j than onefourth of the worlds operation thp ingot rapacity of any war difficult there is four years of uneasy peace than Dewey called for Ihe plant will he approximately noreason now to any such any nation ever won by Theyjtention to Communistic in per collapse as that of have conquered 200 million people tAtit U4d ;