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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS Intelmountain Network Station KALL Monday Through Friday WEATHER Mostly nJowly rtetag daytime Details OB Fsge B8 171 SALT LAKE SUNDAY OCTOBER 1949 PRICE FIFTEEN CENTS Keep Clark Admonishes Steel Strike Idle Due To Rise by Extension to Fabrication Plants Looms If Walkout Continues b By RASKIN 1 national steel strike Will spread in the next six weeks to most of the unionized workers in steel fabricating and processing plants unless their employers agree to the recommendations of Harry S Trtimans steel factfinding j Philip president of CIO United Steelworkers of cilfwi IAimtC warned ii IMliB Hia warning was given a few hours after the unions T 1 members in the basic steel industry 11 I liflfl and in iron ore mines had started vr T a strike that threatened to haitlr all manufacturing activity in the 1 country if it continued more a were Efforts at Standstill Government efforts to end the for a peaceful labor week end in Utah county even although ap walkput were at standstill and j proximately 3850 men were idled no direct conferences were sched uled between the union and the Saturday at when the national steel strike halted operaf United States Steel tradijtions at Geneva and Ironton plants tional patternsetter for the steel near With the president holding to his determination to keep hands off the federal concilia tors were Prestrike medi ation efforts collapsed late Friday night and the government repre sentative returned to where they conferred Saturday with Cyrus director of the federal mediation and concilia tion After the meeting it was stated that the government would make no new peace bid over the week No decision was made on when or where the next media tion session would held or who would be invited to attend Cooling off Period The prevailing opinion among the conciliators appeared to be that a period of cooling off on both Aides would be desirable be fore the parties were called to gether for a fresh settlement Pessimism was intensified when Murray and Irving chair Little more than a dozen pickets were maintained Saturday by United Steelworkers of America locals at About four men at each of the three main and fewer than 10 laborers kept vigil at it was No even typical hand evidenced at the A few stationary signs carrying slogans such as government says Steel says no were posted at Geneva but pickets bore only arm band Meanwhile skeleton crews went on emergency schedules at the plants to keep blast furnaces warm and coke ovens in operation to prevent Between 500 to 600 mandays will be required weekly to keep the Geneva plant from damage due to cooling off company offi cials Steel making op erations in the plants had been geared down to zero beginning Thursday Also indirectly affected by the man of the board of strike are nearly 1000 coal miners issued statements making it clear they had no intention of backing See Page Column 1 employed at the Geneva Geneva and Columbia which will be Statement of the Required by the Act of Congress of August as Amended by the Acts of March and July 1946 at The Stilt Late published dally and Sunday at Salt for October 1949 Stats ol Count ot Salt Before a Notary Public in and for the State and County afore personally appeared having been duly sworn according to deposes and says that1 he Is the Publisher of The Salt Lafee and that the following to the best of his knowledge and a true statement of the management and if a semiweefcly or1 triweekly the of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in the above required by the act of Autrust as amended by the acts of March and July 1946 section Postal Laws and printed on the reverse of thu to wit v That the names and addresses of the managing and business managers are Salt Lake Utah Heal Salt Lake Utah Managing Heal Salt Lake Utah Business T Mullin Salt Lake Utah That the owner Is If ownea by a Its name and address must be stated and also Immediately thereunder the names and addresses of stockholders owning or holding one percent or more of total amount of II not owned by a names and addresses of the Individual owners must be glcen If owned by a cr other unincorporated Its name and ai well as those of each Individual member must be Salt Lake Tribune Publishing Company Salt Lake Utah Reams Corporation Salt Lake Utah Thomas Kearns Salt Lake Utah Pltzpatrick Salt Lake Utah Thomas Kearns McCarthcy Lake Utah Shelln McCarthev ODay Sun California John Pttzpatj Salt Lake Utah Executor of the Will ol Jfanie Joha Salt Lake Trustee or tho following persons Thomas Kearns 3r Salt Lake Utah Thomas Kearns Jr Salt Lake Utah Kathryn Jane Kearns Stephens Salt Lake Utah Miss CoUeen Kerrns Salt Lake Utah Thomas Kearns McCarthoy Salt Lake Utah Shelift McCartney ODay San California John Brophy Salt Lake Utah Edmund Kearns Laguna California Francis Kearns Laguna California Harold Brophy New New York Miss Helen Diane McCartney Los California That the known and other security holders owning or holding 1 percent or more of total amount of or other securities are If there are so 4 That the two paragraphs next giving the names of the and security if contain not only the Itat of stockholders and security holders as they appear upon books of the company but In cases where the stockholder or security holder appears upon the books of the company as trustee or in any other fiduciary the name of the person or corporation for whom such trustee is la given also that the said two paragraphs contain statements embracing affiants full knowledge and belief as to the circumstances and conditions under which stockholders end security holders who do not appear upon the books of the company as hold stock and securities In a capacity other than that or a bona fide owner and this affiant has no reason to believe that any other or corporation has any Interest direct or Indirect to the mid or other securities thaa as so stated by That the STemge number ol eoples of each issue of this publi cation sold or through the malls or to paid lubterlben the twelve mouths preceding the date shown above Is Sunday This Information Is required Item semiweekly mna tri weekly newspapers Sworn to and subscribed before me thU thirtieth day of Septem 1949 ALMA Notary My comratHlon eiplrM January LDS Members Hear Appeal For Integrity Joyriding in going te movie theaters or at tending race meets and betting on horse racea are not proper things for Latterday Saints to do on Reuben dark first counselor in the first presidency of the Church of Jeaua Christ of Latterday told the Saturday afternoon seaaion of the 120th semiannual conference of the The church leader said that disregard of the Sabbath la not so much a matter of labor as of But under promt he there in no excuse for most members of the church to resort to the Sabbath for he pointed out have a 40hoiir week which gives them a week day And together with an eighthour he provides an abund ance of time duringthe week for Authorized The only assemblages which Latterday Saints are authorized to attend on he are those held in a house of The speaker suggested that it should be unnecessary to mention horse racing but added that he understood there was a good deal of it in southern part of the it our people cant stay away from horse races and stop betting on them on he I am afraid the Lord LDS ADVICE Warm Beauty of Temple Grounds Adds Much to Conference The huge Salt Lake tabernacle cannot accommodate all the thousands of Latterday Saints who attend general conference sessions and the overflow crowds listen to loud speakers on the grounds while their eyes feast on beautiful flower Coleen daughter of and Farrelt Humphreys of and Peter ton of Muriel Vitolano of Los are attracted by the LOW STOCKPILES Partial Relief Eases Coal Situation 1 flame of relief flickered Saturday j Energy commission answer to Rus in the nations strikestripped coal sias possession of the it was indicated May Play for Enormous Seek Atom Power for Subs 1 allout gamble for enormous production of atomis power for airplanes and sub be a major Atomic But its glow heralded warmth only to householders in the an thracite consuming northeastern states and areas far to the Pennsylvanias hard coal miners go down into the pits Monday on orders of their John So do soft coal min ers in Wyoming and other states west of the But coaldependent industries and homes in other sections of the country will have to depend largely on the bituminous supply un earthed by the United Mine Work ers before they launched their no day week That ceased work after stoppage of welfare for which Lewis blamed That stockpile is comparatively by normal It promises to last longer than on how long the CIO United Steelworkers carry on their dayold shutdown of the coalgobbling steel But Uie bulk of the bituminous miners nearly U M W members who dig in the coalrich bituminous belts in the northern and southern stay above ground in their crippling protest Violence which flared sporadic ally during the week gave way to the normal carefrte spirit in the mining The A EC is known to have under discussion with the senate house atomic energy committee proposals to expand and sneed up the construction of Truman on Hand For Big Marine Display 1 Harry S Truman joined thousands of spectators on the Anacostia river front here Sat urday for a navy and marine show as new jet planes flashed He saw a surface of 100 old and new navy and pleas ure one of them firing a 1799 muzzle loader as it chugged by and a demonstration of navy demolition teams simulat ing removal of underwater ob structions and destruction of pillboxes the marines brought out a twobladed helicopter that came to a dead stop near pulled a demolition gwimmer from the water and hauled him in with a The president and his party watched twohour show from fantail of yacht atomic at developing aerial and undersea power Involved are what a proposed report of the senatehouse commit tee on its investigation of commis sion operations called enormous The which said that Bourke Hickenlooper failed to prove his incredible mismanagement charges against the ABC and Chairman David Lilienthal represents the views of Committee Chairman Brien McMahon and vice Chairman Carl Durham Hickenlooper and William Knowland protested that the draft does not reflect majority opinion of the committee on its lengthy inquiry into ASC There was every that they agreed with McMahon and Durham in the criti cism of what they called the com missions overslow development of the reactor Observing that the attempt to harness atomic power for civilian uses is vitally the pro posed report said The stakes are equally enor mous in a military as evi denced by the third project planned at Aroo an AEG in stallation in navy ther mal reactor intended to be land based prototype of a submarine If it may affect naval operations at profoundly an the atomic bomb had affected strategy in In this authors of Die document noted that one pound of material used in producing atomic a potential fuel If it can be equal to many hundred thousands of tons of The authors left unmentioned SUNDAY 10 tab 2 taber T Sunday school Keep to Meet Told ByWidtsoe Members of the Church of JeiUft Christ of Latterday were advised Saturday not to nermit an era of industrialization to uproot them from the The advice offered by John member of the council of at the morning1 session of the 120th semiannual conference in the Salt Lake Widtsoe said Latterday Saints were traditionally a land Loving people that ft recent census showed that of the of pr In directly engaged in union semiannual wont listen to their for other things Clark drew a distinction be tween what Latterday Saints might properly do in the home and outside the home on For he there was a great deal of difference between home movies and going to a movie Approves Good Beading He voiced approval of reading good books or listening to good music on Sunday and said that generally those things which add ed to ones learning were proper Sunday activities within the All seats of the tabernacle were occupied for the session and considerable number were stand ing in aisles and Speak in addition to were Joseph Fielding member of the council of twelve apostles Os car member of the first council of seventy Stephen member of the coun cil of twelve apostles Joseph first counselor in the presiding bishopric and Scott former president of the SwissGerman Clark conducted the service and George Albert Smith Directed at Elders Richards sermon was di rected primarily at members of elder quorums who have become inactive in the He urged that they study ana lyze the reasons for their inactiv ity and hearken back to the days the obvious value of harnessing a when they first received the priest fuel which might eliminate the heavy loading of airplanes with gasoline and permit almost un limited ranges for submarines and ships without The proposed report made it that a tremendous gamble is The usual course of those who fall he is first to sub ordinate the quorum meetings and associations to other The next step is to succumb to such as See Page Column 7 Tennessee LiferComposer Arrives for Texas Cantata BIG 1 Tennessee life arrived by plane Saturday to hear the musical composition that won him six days of Grandstaff traded his prison stripes for a gray tweed suit and walked out the gate of the prison at Nashville Saturday morning to fly off to Sunday afternoon Grandstaff will hear his Big performed by a male chorus as Big Spring launches a centennial He composed the cantata in prison after reading a book about Big Spring by druggist Earl Shine The Big Spring druggist met Grandstaff he left the Pilot Roy Primm and Sheriff Bob Wolf of Big Spring joined and they boarded a plane for this west Texas Mayor Dabney and about 150 other officials and citizens met him at the airport Grandstaff said all his convictions have been Cor larceny or receiving stolen He was sent to the Tenneaaea prison in 1039 u an habitual He hope that would not depart from that tradi adding Those who own thi noil and use it determine the ntturt ot mankind It haa been In past and wffl new industrial era if epeoiaf in the including and thai the raw materials of the awa will be used and more in The industrial he em is welcome but church members should not let it tempt them to lose contact Still Plenty AyaQaMa His reply to young people who complain that there is no land was that there ia atill a amount The water now he could be made to serve twice the area it presently And there are hundreds of pioneer projects waiting for ern pioneers to complete Widtsoe expressed appre hension over declining fertility ot See Page Column S Bulgaria Ends Tito Pact Of Friendship Oct 1 Bulgaria Saturday night de nounced its friendship pact with becoming the third cominform stats tofollow the So viet Union in repudiating the treat ies so carefully worked out with Marshall Tito after the Hungary and Poland renounced their treaties Czechoslovakia and tiny Albania have not acted The Bulgarian Yugoslav pact was signed The note informing Marshall Titos government pact no longer is in force was handed to the Yugoslav charge daffaires iiere by the foreign It charged that Yugoslavia had violated the friendship treaty by adopting a hostile attitude to ward The recent trial of former Hungarian Foreign Min ister Laszlo Rajk in Budapest proved Yugoslav hostility not an but well the note Defining Yugoslav the note said Yugoslav leaders frequently had threatened Bul garia and even laid claim to Bul garian It said the Yugo slavs had sent spies into Bul garia to undermine the government High Titoist diplomats had a hand in the it 1 accused Rus sia Saturday of endangering world peace by applying military and economic preuura afainat Marshall Titos rerlmt and of trying repeatedly to inspira am antiTito The contained in a reply to Ruatlas repudiation vt the SovietYugoslav treaty of acctiMd RnsMft tht   

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