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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS am mm pa laternoaotaln Network Station BALL Monday month Maty WEATHER Partly cloudy mttered IB mtkeMt OB IS Kimball Cites Primarys Mission Aim Hope for Spreading Gospel to Indians Keynotes Conclave 8 Testimony meeting for stake ward and mission Primary Assn workers and friends tabernacle 10 session tab trnacle Noon Luncheon for stake Primary Assn presidents and mission presidents wives Lion House social center 63 E South Temple 2 sessions tab 7 and exhibit for stake ward and mission Primary Assn Hotel Utah mezzanine f By JACK M REED As the twoday 43rd annual Conference of the Primary ASSB Church of Jesus Christ of Lat terday Saints opened Friday association workers heard Spencer Kimball member of the council of twelve apostles say It is our hope every Indian will hear the gospel and who is better qualified to do the job than the Primary Mark E Petersen also a mem ber of the council of twelve apostles reminded the associa tions executives we should ask whether or not our training can be improved and whether or not we have conversion uppermost In our minds Hospital Ground Broken The day began with a general Meeting at 9 am in the As sembly hall Temple square De partmental meetings were con ducted in various meeting halls throughout the city at 10 am and 2 pm Open house was held at the Primary hos pital 44 W North Temple in the morning and afternoon Climax of the day was at 6 p m when ground was broken for the proposed 70bed cnHdreus hos pital at llth ave and D st Final SeMioM SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY MORNING APRIL 2 1949 Final sessions of the Pnnsry Assn conference mil be aelS Sat urday There will be a testimony meeting at 8 am andgeneral ses sions at 10 am and 2 pirn all in the Salt Lake tabernacle A lunch eon for Primary Assn stake presi dents and mission presidents is scheduled for noon in the Lion House social center 63 E South Temple Concluding event of the conference will be a recep tion on the mezzanine of the Hotel Utah from 7 to 9 pm Mr Kimball told the women the church had a definite program concerning the Indians Will you go back into your stakes and give new thought and new energy to this program he exhorted Hopes for Opportunity He said he looked forward to the time all Indian children will have the same opportunities white children now enjoy such as in it is up to you Ingenuity in providing them selves with the teaching tools was urged by the speaker I would be very grateful if you had all the tools for teaching But if you havent you can improvise and make your pupils happy Mr Kimball said Dont wait for a new chapel in which to teach or for modern teaching aids such as motion pictures he advised Mr Petersen urged association officials to teach children so they will love God and serve Him throughout their lives We must teach them and convert that is your responsibility Winter Program Viewed During morning depart mental sessions the Primary Assn winter program was discussed Afternoon meetings were con cerned with the summer activity plans Conducting the conference ses sions were Mrs Adele Cannon Howells Primary Assn general president Mrs LaVern W Farm ley first counselor and Mrs Des G Boyle second counselor In the departmental meeting for executives the general presidency said the 194950 project wouldbe afollowup to last year reverence during prayers Wefeel that our children should learn to be rev erent when all prayers are given Reverence is an attitude which affects our whole being If we can teach our teachers and chil dren to be reverentwe shall have solved many of our discipline prob lems PRICE FIVE Senate Kills 10 Slash In Foreign Aid 5423 House Ballots To Repeal Levy on Oleo Bill Passed 28789 Despite Dairy Cries of Disaster WASHINGTON April i Butter lost a major round spirited battle with m competing spread Friday as the house voted 287 to 89 to repeal the 63yearold federal taxes oh oleomargarine The he use rejected all efforts to outlaw interstate shipment of oleo margarine biit the taxrepealing in a WASHINGTON April 1 Walter K Granger D Utah voted against oleomar garine tax repeat Rep Beck Bosone D VtsJi recorded us not voting Ground was broken Friday by of the Church of Jesus Christ of OMMrtH l WINNIE AGREES Stassen Urges U S to Help Asiatic Area BOSTON April 1 E Stassen Friday night proposed MacArthur plan for economic ai o combat communism throughou all Asia and his speech drew th mmediate general approval o Winston Churchill Churchill occupying the same platform in thronged Bdstph gar den made no specific reference to Stassens call foia biHiondollara year Asiatic version of the Mar shall plan v Agrees on Many Points But after Stassens speech he said I cannot conceal that I found myself in agreement with it on very many points ofsubstance and almost all points of sentiment Churchill who denounced Rus sias from the same platform Thursday night returned Friday nighf to accept appointment as an honorary lecturer at Massachu setts Institute of Technology spon sor of the threeday midcentury convocation Spoke After Siasaen It was a beaming and jpyial contrast to the grim faced man of Thursday said in a brief extemporaneous tali that the lectureship and goJu key presented by MIT students will enable him to view the Boston tea party in a totally different light Churchill was introduced after Stassen 1948 presidential aspirant who now heads the University of LDS Ground For Ne Childrens Hospital measure stipulates that veilow oleomargarine sold in publiceat ing places must be triangular Jn shape and identified oleomar garine Heard Voting occurred after the house had heard complaints that the dairy industry is being destroyed and demands from the oleomar garine backers that housewives should be free to buy any whole some food they choose The house action sent the meas ure to the senate which acted on the question this year The house approved an oleomarga rine tax repealer last year 260 to 106 but it died in the senate The Democratic platform calls for the tax repeal and the administration is supporting it The houseapproved measure sponsored by Rep IfV R D would not disturb the of 18 states that now prohibit of yellow oleomargarine The National Association of I Margarine Manufacturers said I these states do not permit the sale of yollow oleomargarine Cali fornia Connecticut Delaware Idaho Illinois Minnesota Mon Action Gives Green light To Okeh of Full Quota WASHINGTON April 1 lenate beat down Friday night a proposal by Sens Robert A Taft E O and Richard B Russell D Ga to slash 10 off new fund for the next 15 months of the European recovery prujnum The vote was 54 to 23 The vote regarded as the major teit of to whittle foreign aid spending cleared the way for approval of the foil amount requested by Pro Harry S Trumani administration for western Ku rope However many still were pending If all wen for mally offered they could delay a final on the bill perhaps for days The vote on the Taft amendment camt after the senate had rejected to 14 a proposal by Sen Ken neth S Wherry R Neb to cut the fund Senate After the vote on the TaftRua thesenate re ceased at until 11 oclock Saturday morning The votes came after Sen Ar thur H Vandenberg R urged the senate to authorize ull to carry out the second installment of the Marshall Elan He said the planlias worked miracles in halting the advance of communism in Europe Just before the voting Marshall Flan Administrator Paul O Hoff man told newsmen that the re Sen Tom Comalljr Soviet of pact peace Western Bloc WASHINGTON April 1 On Sen Elbert U 0 TJtah voted the Xatt propoeal to cut KKP V Watklm for cut Boti voted the Wherry Upeceeirt tat Blast at Pact George Albert Smith president of the Church of Jesus Christ ol Latterday Saints Friday after noon shovel of earth for the proposed 70bed Pri mary Childrens hospital at llth ave and D St When thiiY hospital is built the Churchieader said I am sure it will bifea credit to all and the cliurch itivwilT ilessed soul who has made a contribution toward thishospital las made an investment that will bring them eternal dividends Hundreds Attend Ceremony Hundreds of Primary Assn workers and interested persons athered forthe halfhour ground freaking ceremony Harold B Jee member of the council of welve aiid Joseph L Wirthlin irst counselor in the presiding ishopric offered prayers In ad ition to Pres Smith speakers in luded LeGrand Richards presid ng bishop Mrs Frances G Ben ett of the hospital committee and Mrs Adele Cannon Howells eheral president of the Primary Parents he added should make their children realize that their birthday pennies have made prog ress of the hospital possible Each year near Valentines day the Pri mary Assn conducts a fund drive asking persons to give one penny toward hospital for each birthday they have had In a Primary conference session eferiier FridayVMrs Howi reported this years penny col l lection m et t with than ever before Mrs Bennett told more success r the ground Mr Richards paid tribute to bf the association by say igr they are entitled to a great cil iiSttreuit fur the thoughUui ess and love thej Taxis to Halt NEW YORK April 1V An organising strike union affiliated wiinCJohn breaking audience If it hadnt been for the war we would have been here 10 years ago but maybe its just as well this way we have beenable ts plan much big ger things asa result of the post fSheinnouncedthat the churchs first presidency has given the permiasion to con template future A hospital to the 70 bed convalesceht hospital two onehalf v acres overlooking the valley Ah additional five acres to the northwest will be the site of future buildings such as the Snaay Side oatJitalMow be con for patients sunny south side There wai porches and a rbha ilat roofPublic tana New Hampshire New York Ohio Oregon Pennsylvania South Dakota Vermont Washington Wisconsin and Wyoming Federal taxes that would be repealed if the senate approved the measure are Yellow olemargarine at lOc a pound uncolored oleomarga rine at a pound manu of oleomargarine a year wholesalers in yellow oleo margarine f480 of white oleomargarine only 9200 re tellers of yellow oleomargarine WASHINGTON April American and British spokesmen coverVv coldly rejected Friday chargOJhat the AtlantiCireaty is aggressive They hailed It instead w t w x What nwaBt ttat the Economic tion K c A would have of by tfcea would lack authority m oMtracta Howeverractual abipmente would continue on a large scale ttader a year Voting for the bill were 201 Democrats 85 and one AmericanLaborite Against it were 67 and 22 Demo crate tuui1 entrancewili Be onithe north from avein their hearts for the littl See Page 6 Column 6 toward them children He recalled pointing out Jesus attitude to ward children and responsibilities Biblical passage Calls for Love Respect Being quiet is not necessarily being reverent the officials pointed out We want the chil dren to pray to our Heavenly Father because they love respect and revere Him and have faith that He will hear and answer their prayers not because they fear Him and his Judgments upon them If they fail to pray Announcement was made that Primary Assn this year will ColunnS March Jobless Total Drops First Dip in Five Months WASHINGTON April 1 i The nations emptbyment problem took a brighter turn the government reported the jobless total fell off 541000 in March for the first decline in five months At thesame time the census bureau said the number of people having jobs last month ihcreaserl 480000 over the February esti mates The increase 3h the number of persons having greater than the decrease in unemploy ment because there was a rise in the labor force The labor force defined by the government conaistaof people having work or looking for work The number in this force rose from 60388000 in February to 60814000 in March These are the of un employed and employed 3187000 Employedi57647000 Government officialsvwere sur the up turn in the woriiKpicture Secre tary of Commerce Charles Saw yer after a White meeting that he thinks the upward trend in uneni Ployment has been stopped The census bureau itself spoke of the development as showing that the rising jobless trend has been halted at least Despite the decline last month it said the total still was 727000 higher than in March 1948 It explained the apparently favorable showing in these words A seasonal expansion in em ployment in agriculture andsome other industries apparently coun terbalanced the effect of further layoffs in other of the economy pulled 1100 taxicabs off the Fridaj There was Som 3250 po Me e guarded1 main thoroughfare fb 1000 nonstrlldhg driyeri been made but virtually all were the result of police alertnessi moving in before serious troubl Canyon VA The canyoni of Man hattan usually choked with dart ing hoihtooting taxis were strangely uncbngested Traffic moved 25 faster and the city noise at least that amount Bus lines reported a 20 increase and the al ways crowded subways were packed at more than usual At the airline terminal the big Pennsylvania Central rallroiia stattoris arid longlinesof bumper tobumper taxis disappeared and starters stood idly by Local Both sides expressed the outcome ofthe tratijtoy oJJthe called by the taxi or nmittee which af catchall District ted Mine workers recognition 35union air bar gaining agent an increase in pay and greater protection for drivers rorh revocation of their licenses y for minor traffic of Iliated The i f the fc Mrs Howellf expressed the Pri mary Asiins thanks to several whohaveworked many withthehospital including first headnurse of the hospital Thorpe JMason present superin tendent Dr Samuel C Baldwin first chief ofstaff andDr Burtiss F Robbins present chief of staff and all doctorswho have served Dorothy Simpson hospital medical secretary Robert Barclay in Page 6 Soviet Charg Pact Voids Aid Treaties a bulwark of peace British Foreign Secy Erneit Bevin said of the pact InJts wise use it eta be the greatest con tributing factor to world peace ever known The U S state department de clared it strictly a defensive agreement and if the men in the KremlbKwant to avoidtrouble with the projected alliance all they need do refrain from attacking any of the member nations Chairman Tom Connaliy D Tex of the senate foreign rela committee took stand Bevin did not discuss the protest note directly but in a speech Police in Spokane Jail Legislator Row SPOKANE April 1 A 70 yearold man identified by police as Compton I Wite b Ida was jaUed here Friday night and charged with disorderly conduct bet Gapt John Reilly was taken into custody after an argument with a motorcycle off icer over a traf fic ticket Reilly identified the man as the representative from northern Idaho Reilly said the representative was abusive toward the officer after he found his automobile had been tagged for a parking violation Reporters were not allowed to see the congressman immedi ately but the desk sergeant he would be s released Friday night MOSCOW April 1 Well informed diplomats said Friday they feel almost certain Soviet Russia will consider signing o the north Atlantic pact her 20year mutual aid treaties with Britain and France Those treaties written in the war pledged partnership in the war against Germany until complete victory and joint to safeguard Europe from new aggression after the war Each treaty stipulated that neither nation should join acoalition di rectly against the other Russia charged in a tart note Thursday to the seven original sponsors of the Atlantic alliance Britain and France among them that the pact was aimed against her She said it violates the Brit ishSovietand the FrenchSoviet treaties and the Yalta and Pots dam and the United Nations A top U S State department officia In Washington that the Russians need not worry about the Atlantic treaty all they have to do not to attack any member nation He reitterated the declarations of western leaden that the alliance is purely defen sive Tfie BritishSoviet treat y signed in London in 1942 each of the high contracting parties undertakes not to conduce any alliance and not to take part in any coalition directed against the other high contracting party A similar article contained in the FrenchSoviet treaty signed m Moscow in 1944 Tne Atlantic alliance linking the United and Canada with western Europe is to be in Washington Monday the National club liere did address general charge of aggression It is a fundamental principle of pact he said that we will never indulge in aggression but to the would be aggressor we Think twice think thnce To totalitarianism we you have your system but dont think it to affect other peoples irei We have to share the world Bevin made two other points the pact and the general project under way here to con solidate the unity of non Communist western world 1 He declared the settlement of future peace permanent peace has to be determined in this next year H He said that the treaty will create a common pool of man power military assistance and economic aid and the question for each country what it can put into the pool contracte Throwing powerful weight against a G O Pled economy driU Vandenberg spoke against amendment by Sen Taft But while Vandenberg plea against cut of discontent over the mending of in American for Europe continued to1 cwatt la volume tr Senate Btoatiy Sen Edward Martin R told the senate bluntly that LTnited States murt drunken pending or woke r i And Sen Allen J Ellender D La waiting to deliver m pre pared speech declaring To frank I am about fed go up on such progranu To my way of thinking it makes very difference if we save Europe from communism if in process we bankrupt our own government and exhaust our natural Quit Talktog Vote Vandenberg the senates OOP foreign policy leader told col leagues All the equity all the logic aad all the Iunderline the agalMt the proposed cutback f The Michigan senator also tartly suggested that the senateT quit talking senate has talked for seven with a backlog of 27 already piled up said he Marshall plan officials will some cute in the multibillion dol lar program later CHINA PARLEY PRELUDE SoldierStudent Clash Hurts 144 After Peace Parade NANKING April between soldiers and antigovern ment atudent in lured 144 persons late Friday fol lowing departure of an official mission to talk peace with Communists The students charged the gov ernments peace overtures were in and that it actually continued civil war They demanded better living and attacked Amer can After orderly naradlnrabout V J 2000 students went to a troop center to distribute liter ature A Nanking garrison spokesman Mid the responded by at tacking students called Conununiiu whom they The students then io office of Acting PTM U Twng Jen to protest fol lowed and attacked again tpokeiman declared He gave the H It aerioualy injured aad tt and 48 soldiers were usual ntghtly sounded two early and death penalty was threatoMd A government Pwmler Ho riously situation getting underway other tot t JJ ;