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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS Intelmountain Network Station KALL Monday Threujh Friday WEATHER Fair Monday with variable high on Page 19 172 SALT LAKE MONDAY OCTOBER 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Smith Extols Welfare Scope Thousands Jam Temple Square to Hear Adm onitions of Spiritual Advisers at Sunday Meet To hear the instructions of their religions an estimated I session of the churchs 120th semiannual Uhen the i meetings ended Sunday when George Albert Smith adjourned to faithful of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter1 meeting concluded at most of them headed for the South the sine die after the afternoon He lashed out at day Saints crowded onto Temple square for the Sunday morning Temple resulting in this of Three days of Attend Last Session Of Conference The welfare program of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints has provided the means for sharing the ne i cessities of life so that no one in the church need suffer for the lack of George Albert church said Sunday in bringing the 120th semiannual conference to a close in the Salt Lake He said the people now are just as well off as they were before they started sharing with the needy at home and sending quantities of food and clothing to suffering church mem bers Supplies Abundant for and to Spare There is no need for anyone in the church to want for the necessities of Smith There is plenty for all and to Smith and others who addressed Sunday sessions of I the conference talked before some of the largest crowds ever to attend tabernacle The historic building itself was and large numbers of listened to am plifiers on the grounds or witnessed conference by television in the Assembly It is estimated that nearly persons were on temple square during the morning with the afternoon attendance somewhat Smith told his listeners he wondered if people living in the United a nation founded on a Godinspired con fully appreciate the blessings they and that those blessings might be lost just as lives might be wiped out i through an epidemic which could not be capital and Photo y Van stuff 16 Die as Crack Bus Collide in California 2 Pony Express train at a grade was too dazed to The rest A speeding Union Pacific crossing near Ontario Internaj was almost too horrible teJl ger train Sunday night crashed j tional about 45 iniles east The screams of the in Kench CoalSteel Walkouts Batter Opens Vital Holes iii Nation Economy 2 ing to terms with settlement of the Session Today 2 The supreme court with one new member and one seat vacant be i first doublebarreled steelcoal i steel gins a ex idling nearly a million UBMt wfl is into if loaded March air force bus jof Los at a grade crossing near here j The sheriffs office San Ber and the highway patrol reported at jnardino reported the dead and I least 16 persons were jured cut right through me as I tried to do something for ilt was like a nected to nrodure mstonr1 de peciea u proauce ae cisions on powers of the house battereci the nations economy i fhraeite diirtw and i racue uiggers ana n Bt fl easternn Pennsylvania an DICU Rushed to Hospital The injured were rushed to San wounded were strewn for hundreds The air force bus was carrying of vards many of the A lne were rusnea to tan 1 ni au u Antonio community hospital airmen and their dates back to bodies clinging grotesquely to gan Bernardino county coroner the nearby base of an estiI front of the train until removed Williams ordered the the vehicle by ambulance crews and peace of taken to the Mark Shaw deattl 01 Justlce Kut anout half were dates or wives of the committee on unAmerican ac Theres no sign of j minous workers west of the i Labors twin pension dispute j Mississippi back to work Monday Tom former attorney j with industry Is costing millions j sincc their output mostly is for in wages and i household But hes keeping is i the lid on production for Philip CIO steelworker i lts lhe steel industry that i and John i usually puts the pressure on dur United Mint workers a coal Steel is a tre will take his place as a new associate He suc ceeds the late Justice Frank The chair made vacant bv the Urges Love of God LDS Mission Work Held I He warned that the people are j trifling with our Heavenly who all through the ages i has given advice and cotinsel inj tended to keep us loving one an1 other and loving He asked j if we are going to continue tending for physical strength or j Worldwide missionary activities honor the Lord and keep his comi of the church of Jesus Christ of mooned some of the hasj Latterday Saints are contribut ards now facing and as ing to better understanding among mated 30 person on r i ary in San Bernardino for identi The first ambulances to arrive i The pay party from the base had at the scene reported they found Military police units quickly cone on beah outing and the only two people a man joined the rescue parties and took women were dressed in square was on his feet and a woman charge of the rapidlygrowing dnnee sitting Both apparently had crowds drawn to the wreck by The bus was hit by the railroads been thrown clear of the the unceasing wail of Dead or Injured ledge will remain empty for a pending senate action on Harry S Trumans nomi nation of Federal Circuit Judge Sherman Minton for the Red China Aid Asks World Okeh Regime 2 The Communists announced Sunday that they had a message to all foreign consulates and Some of the victims were so badly entangled in the wreckage The rest were reported either that acetylene torches had to be dead or The quiet night i brought in to cut them loose from became a bedlam as ambulances I the twisted from a halfdozen highway1 The clothing was torn corn patrol unitsand police converged pfetely off some of the on the scene of the I The sight that greeted the Preliminary Reports cuers brought gasps even from Preliminary information re ambulance used to scenes of ccived by the sheriffs office said i lhat the train struck the bus They reported by radio that broadside bodv was found on i O was seriousl y injured they were takinjr bodies off cirfn the trarw anrf me nor 111 siue 01 me uacKS anu ihvon of the train manv of thorn nurse reared anci Imew Oi mdn or inem tjje resl were aH on tne south Jurist Douglas V Badly Hurt In Horse Fall are leading labors Their demands for benefits iout coal its blast furnaces cant and industrys to the But now steel is shut walkouts of steeiworkers and soft coal Wants Free Pensions city in a few the church leader told Latter day Saints they should lead ex emplary and should avoid being critical and unkind and speaking harshly of Labor Conflict In the United he i mendous consumer of Withj there is a conflict between capital serted if the atom bomb is all nations making for interna they say it is it could wipe out a j tlonai citv in a few V The nation has an estimated 46 j day supply of coal on With I steel no longer devouring Hurray wants pensions and social He says hell take nothing1 Big Steel wants employes to contribute something to support a pension i Lewis wants a new contract for his But hes never licly disclosed specific j Now Murray warns of more strike trouble i 2 UP His union has additional Court Justice William members working in TOO steeel fabricating plants from coast to companypaid j tnc stocks are apt to last a lot Gulf Gale Rim Lashes Coast NEW 3 Mon and labor between rich and second counselor in the church first told the morning session Sunday of the 120th semi annual conference of the Carrying out the scriptural in junction to go ye therefore and teach all baptizing them in the name of the of the Son and of the Holy the 5000 missionaries and he admonished his own peo1 church now pie that certain obligations rest n the field by order of the first on both rich and He quoted I the scriptural Woe un to you rich men who will not give to the poor and then turned to other passages of scripture warning against covetousness and Smith deplored the fact lhat we have men today who will not work themselves and will not permit others to do so they pro pose to take from the He admonished the rich to share their and promised the poor that if they are worthy and More This Week This number will be augmented by 50 or 60 within a McKay In addition there are between 1200 and 1500 serving under as signment of mission and 3900 in the stakes of malting a grand total of missionaries now laboring for the the speaker As an example of financial re sponsibilities involved in mission arms and legs missing and I him down a rocky hillside near by Premier in nist The sent Foreign Minister Chou eluded 3 copv ot Tzrtungs proclamation of the new rcgimf with a request that it be forwarded to the diplomats home Normal Relations It concluded I deem sary for the Chinese pcopl public to establish normal foreign the a Union Pacific denUlHl scene of the crash was the the summit of Chinook pass Sun Archibald avenue only pure of heart and do their best McKay said the 5000 they will not be allowed to suffer j assigned by the first presidency and their parents are spending ap proximately a month for or a spokesman and the rail had dication that anv of two miles southeast of this 1 The bus was traveling along ow feature of rnewal i day winds and high for the j tides were reported along the Preach Eternal Happiness Texas coast early Monday as a The jove of tiie Latterday gulf hurricane moved north Saints should go out to all the I northwestward from a point 210 Smith adding The Rank and File church has 46 missions and s suffered 13 broken ribs Free pensions and social inI miles southeast of i We must go among them and throughout the and within rree pensions social in tn them are 1470 The men right Thats the crux teach the gospel to prepare them personnel vilian crews in trying to get some tuary was told a crew of air force relations with all countries in the out of the scene of doctors and officers would be on vorlci One of the first to arrive after hand to help identify the This was the first act of recogj the crash was Morgan a The air force said the names of highway the u for eternal presiding over the missions are artery between Oni ants at st Elizabeth hospital said fKhl the stee The New Orleans weather In cjosing pronounced a chosen generally from the rank i tario and his condition was t k f th in a bulletin issued at blessing on his saying I and file of the and repre March Air Force base is located After an examination in the LO zrant noncontributory said the hurricane i invoke on you all the favor of our sent many lines of business and IUSP non and McKay told the i He said almost i without exception men of the pensions is wen at lg mph of the twelve apostles also talked church accept for missionary Stations along immediate on the welfare wihich was even though it means fi quit work j Teg C0ift are now reporting started more than 13 years j nancial sacrifice and sometimes j winds 25 to 35 mph with occa As we review the work we i loss political Big Steel Balks sional the bulletin have he it The missionaries themselves also were Like a Nightmare Air force rescue units from miles beyond the town emergency svirgery at the hospital Murray newsmen j winds of 80 to 90 mph near the i Heavenly Father this day Ma rch Held reached the scene min w policy of the union on inj The speed was estimated Henry D Movie of the c after private ambulances ine fanaw mortuarj in aan eer Knri nerisinns is well i nenry JUOJIB or Lne c it arriving and the trained serv nardmo said it had been tola to ples jce personnel worked with the expect about 16 The mor i nearbv i servicemen killed in the accident Dodgers Take Face World Series Battle nition extended to foreign diplo mats bv the i I saw only one man walking would not oe released until their Nowthe longexpected he and that man next of kin were of forma relations with Red Chins has been tossed into the laps of j foreign j Friendly 1o West j While Chou is considered to j have been the Communist most friendly to western obj servers were reluctant to interpret i selection as premier and rigri minister as an overture to the The Fciping radio quoted snder head of a Soviet as declaring salute the heroic Chinese peoples liberation army and wish it complete and thorough victory over the imperialists and the Chinese reactionaries who have sold themselves to the imperial that Douglas chest was crushed and that he was surance extreme I Murrays steehvo iat in Pain The hospital issued a call for It was on orders from the union blood boss because big steel refused to increase with wirius reaching gale the Lord has blessed Winds and squalls will gradually satisfies and we are conscious come from the rank and file of the force by Monday See Page Column 2 and each pays his or ner See Page Column 6 PARACHUTE BAG OF TRICKS 2 Russia Sunday recognized the central peoples fCommunist government of The recognition was announced in a note to the minister of for eign affairs oC the Chinese Communist government from So viet Deputy Foreign Minister An drei NEW 2 the New York Yankees and Brooklyn Dodgers in the 1949 world In a norvpstabbing climav to the closest doblebar rolled finish in 41 these neighborhood rivals staggered to league championships with lastgrasp victories The resourceful banged and battered all year by a neverending series of stood off a lastinning rally to repel the Boston Red at Yankee That gave them the American league pennant by a single The dashing Dodgers were forced 10 innings by the Phillies at Philadelphia but managed to pull through for a 97 victory that gave them the National title by a similarly thin margin over the Louis Louis old who were expected to stand up than all in the torrid broke a fourgame losing streak to lash the Chicago But it was too Thus the Bombers from the Bronx and the Bums of Flatbush begin feuding world championship Wednes day at Yankee Sen on page Hospital attendants said that provide pensions and free in though the justices pain was he was not The miners walked out 19 I Only once was he heard to cry after Lewis announced suspension God as he was being taken i of payments from the mine work i into the i ers pension and welfare He Douglas was brought in an the fund was nearly broke i bulance to the hospital by the j because some southern operators Washington state He ar failed to pay their 20centsaton 2 units wide of the intended plans to drop a battery of rived here about twoandahalf is ready to show Harry special attentionfour This cal hours after the The miners slogan today is Truman its newest tricks in j has been given during the last two iber howitzer has gained the rep Elon the justices boyj pension fund no operations inlyeara to the building up of pathutation of being the work horse hood friend who him i Negotiations in the steel the parachuting of ton finder units equipped the It currently is the on the he said the accident pute have broken No new sesand a nalf hwriUers onto a battleiradio and signaling device which i heaviest caliber piece of the arms curred as they started down Pasums are Whos going ready for jnstant Iprecede the attack formations into regularly assigned to an infantry i J i I3 Army Bids Truman to Airborne Assault cific Crest trail heading for to make the first move is any Army officiais 8re attaching Jan intended drop zone and then division although 155millimeter i bodys Murray says hcsneavy sigmficance to the guide the combatloaded from artillery units are Crystal Feared Broken Back prepared for a demonstration of its paraiports or gliders to the for special j try cnute and gilder technique for thej Truman is expected to be In its normal field a 105 We were west of the I Lewis resumes talks with mancommander in These this vitally important phasehowitzer weighs about 4900 taking a when Bills on Wednesday at White umiergone vast changes since theof the landing of an aerial spear1 but has been stripped reared and fell on j Sulphur He I parently has no intention At the army has but A second major problem en Gilbert I feared that his back was Gilbert I made him as comfortable as possible I Slllp and started back to the summit for After sending for an ambuj oone f0 the aid of a cargo summer from ihead of ground down about 3400 pounds to lighten it and make the unit more com airborne 82ndcountered by World War JI airj pact for flying in an Rppf Iat Fort where troops was adequate firing a projectile weighing on ivcci iTruman will sec the demonstrajlery support for advance or pro33 has a maximum range 2 and the llth at Camp Camptection until the regular groundof It attains ac A Cuban coast guard vessel The llth returned last transported artillery could fight its curacy sufficient to pick off way forward the new air gets as small as tsnks at I went back to Bill and the which radioed she was Using lessons learned during The newly developed techup to 8000 waited for what seemed like a aground on a reef near the Isle of World War II the jnique for dropping completely asj Seven C82s will be used to drop very long Gilbert the navy announced Suniarmy has perfected its airborneisembled 105 millimeter four ammunition After about an hour we Lloyds register of One of the troubles encounjis intended as a solution to this and the 150 men who contpriM him out to the highway on ajljsts the Ksox as a 1350ton during the war was the battery C of the 376th airborne Iwcgian dropping of parachute or glider j At Fort Bragg Tuesday the field artillery   

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