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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS Intelmountain Network Station KALL Monday Thtourh Friday WEATHER Cloudy with Details on Page C9 66 SALT LAKE SUNDAY JUNE 1949 PfilCB FIFTEEN CENTS Hundreds of Young People Sing the Glories of the Land of Zion Roisinsr rhir voices to sing the glories of mem bers of this 1400voine choir played their part In evening A WHITE PROBLEM music a feature Saturday night of annual June conference of Mutual Improvement Church of MIA Learns LDS Plan for Indians Jesus Christ of latterday Capacity crowd of delegates was on hand at Temple square for and fun activities with He explained that if of parties ficals invite God to the events through they will have parties more acceptable in His He called for the MIA execu tives to work closely with ward and stake The latter will be only too glad to he if they understand the MIA It the officials seem reluctant to budget adequate funds for the MIA work because of pressing financial other MIA See Page Column 4 SUNDAYS SCHEDULE Testimony Lake General session under direc tion ot L D S first Salt Lake 2 Youth Lake 7 By JACK HEED There is no Indian but rather white Spencer member of the council of twelve Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday told members of the LDS Young Mens and Young Womens Mutual Im provement Saturday Kimhall spoke in Barratt 60 at an Indian cor relation meeting of the 50th an nual MIA June The MIAs part in the church Indian program was explained at the cor relation The ex is in getting most white people to accept Indians in j More than a dozen men who Emphasizes Differences When we give the Indians the they will be on a if not our Kimball He emphasized the difference in opportunities be Gaullists Battle French Police June 18 hashed with an estimated 1000 followers of Charles De Gaulle Saturday after free French veterans tried to break through a police line and march on a jiant Communist More than a dozen served in the late Jacques Philippe Leclercs armored division were Eyewitnesses said the struggle was but Under orders to prevent a Com munistGaullist police im mediately charged the veterans when they refused to be diverted Yugos Claims On Austria Key to Treaty June 18 success or failure of the Big Four foreign ministers conference de pended Saturday on the degree of Russias desire to sell Yugoslavias reparation claims on Austria down the With the conference scheduled to resume Sunday after a twoday the feud between Yugo slavias Marshal Tito and Russias Marshal Stalin loomed as the ma jor factor in the Big Four discus sions on Germany and Major Obstacles Major REDS Lewis Commends Foes Plant Seizure Rider By JOSEPH IjOFTUS June 18 NYT Lewis Saturday de nounced Robert and those who seek a com promise in the fight over legisla tion to treat with strikes affecting national health and The president of the United as guarantee of western access tween the white people and the j to a side street and started to I In some Tie Indians j About six men were knocked must carry water 10 In down and one was carried away their water supply is blood streaming from rain caught in large holes nearja club wound in his bystandagainst Yugoslavia by the comin a to remain as barriers to a limited liveandletJive agree ment on If Russia does not guarantee such an agreement the conference may collapse on this But the key to the ending of this conference on a slightly hopeful note now appears to be how far Russia is willing to compromise on Austria and Yugoslavias claims against that Play Delicate Game The western surprised by Russias about face on the Aus trian were playing a very careful and delicate game in the feud between Stalin and On the one hand they were egging Russia on to abandon her previous support of Yugoslavias claims against Austria and to ac cept the wests compromise pro posal on the difficult question of assets in On the other hand they were trying to lure Yugoslavia to re orient her economy toward the west to compensate for the tight ening of the economic blockade In a moving Mary a Navajo woman from we want to Jive like white people Uses Rose Compnrison Having just a little difficulty she compared Indians with red roses white people with white Put them together and you have a Also participating on the pro gram was a Navajo Indian girls chorus from the Gunnison Moroni and Amy Sho shonc Indians from near offered the open ing1 and closing respec In the evening at the music fes tival a capacity crowd of dele gates took time to hear the 1400 roice choir demonstrate the musi cal abilities of the youth organi Executives of the YMMIA ami YMIA earlier in the day were advised by LeGrand Rich LDS presiding to invite the Lord to your Sneaking at departmental Richards urged thcj opening and closing of all i jers form Negotiations for First Motorboat Trip Made Through Colorado Rapids BOULDER June 18 intrepid band of Colorado river rapids shooters started back up Grand Can yon Saturday after the first successful motorboat trip through The five men in the motorboat Esmeralda II ar rived at Pierce Ferry at the head of Lake Mead hav ing come down river 290 miles from Lees Ferry in five An ordinary trip through the nearly 300 in an oarpowered boat requires from 12 to 14 The specially built Esmeralda has a 124horsepower The party had cached gasolinesupplies along the The boat struck rocks several times but was Despite high water the party hoped to got back up all the way to Lees Last year they made it up river only 73 miles from Pierce The party includes Ed Paso drug gist and builder of the boat his Ed 17 Otis investment counsellor and a river authority who has made the trip four times Bestcr and Wilson Berkeley luggage mer Czech Prelate Hits Truth Of Confession June 18 Josef Beran appealed Saturday night to his Catholic followers in Communist ruled Czechoslovakia not to be lieve any confessions he might make in the His recalling a similar plea by Josef Cardinal Mindszenty of Hungary before he was tried and imprisoned for touched off one of the most spontaneous demonstrations seen here since the Communists took Spoke From Pulpit The 64yearold Catholic arch bishop spoke to his followers from the pulpit of the chapel of the Stahov monastery a few minutes after he left his place where Czech secret police still stood In tones unusually fervent for him he said Perhaps very soon you will hear all sorts of things concern ing me from the You may hear that I have made confessions or other I hope you wiU believe in He also warned his followers One day if you learn about the conclusion of an agreement be tween church and you should know that I would never conclude an agreement which would in fringe the rights of the church and the Me Mine Workers union stated his views in telegrams of praise to three Democratic Claude of Matthew of West and James of are opposed to any important amend ments to the Thomas administra bill repealing the TaftHart ley Lewis telegram said he was authorized to extend to the three senators the commendation and congratulations of the great mem bership of the United Mine Work ers for the able and valiant fight which you gentlemen are making in the United States senate against crippling amendments to the re peal measure which seeks to ob literate the abominable Taft forced labor It is he that in this fight you have been abandoned by certain other mem bers of the United States who flamboyantly dishonor their party pledge and platform and lend their to those who would oppress and exploit labor and the common of is the son of a rich obsessed with the fixa tion that it is his heritage and his mission to regulate the lives and retard the laudable ambitions of the sons and the daughters of the Government by injunction and judicial caprice is the antithesis of the principles revered by all Amer May I hope that the nnate convictions and the valiant spirit of each of you will encourage he United States senate to legis late in the American Flooded Potomac Area Lashed by New Rains Ford Rejects DAW Pav to Pension Bids June IS Ford Motor Saturday rejected the CIO United Auto Workers 100 pension and vage proposing instead an 18month ex tension of current wage The postwar buggyride of higher costs and prices is Ford industrial relations chief John Bugas said in a letter to UAW leader Walter The economy is in a down ward It would be utter folly to take any action which would increase the prices our he Reuther turned a quick thumbs down on the wage charging the company with proposing the same kind of economic patent medicine that steered our economy into the catastrophic depression of Wage Freexe Asked Ford and the U A are nego tiating a new contract to replace the present agreement which ex pires July The U A W has de manded companyfinancial month pensions for aged a health and social security pro and fourth round wage Ford asked the UAW to with draw all its general economic demands for a period of IS and proposed freezing oC present wage rates for a like Business Dim The wage freeze would be sub ject to discussion after six months and one year if the bureau of labor statistics index shows a change oC four Taking a dim view of the eco nomic Bugas said we will reject any change in our contract which would mean higher labor in the form of wage increases or and other welfare We must oppose any program which means higher wages but fewer he The wage freeze provides both of us the opportunity to set a stabilization pattern for the en tire economy at this critical he Copyright by Strike Rioters Seek Police Chiefs Scalp FAIRMONT June18 6 20 Lost in Rampage Of West Virginia Rivers June 18 WPyNew rains brought fresh threats of disaster Saturday night to the flooded Shenan doahPotomae valley At least persons already had perished in the raging waters and another 20 The latest downpour led state police to predict branches of tlie Potomac and Shenandoah first rushed over Studies Hoover Revamping Plans June IS UP Harry S Truman and his staff reviewed government re organization proposals Saturday ns they cruised on Chesapeake bay aboard the presidential yacht Truman left Washington The Williamsburg an chored off Friday night and got under way again at 10 who will return to Washington kept and his staff busy work ing on a series of reorganization plans which arc scheduled to go to congress soon after he signs the basic reorganization act Undersecretary of Defense Stephen Early and assistant to the president John Steel man were with Truman on the as was Mon former governor of Public Urged To Support Housing Bill June 18 UP Democrats urged voters Satur day to bring pressure on the house to approve Harry S Tru mans housing program over ob jections by Republican economy advocates and private real estate Chairman Howard McGrath of the Democratic national com mittee asked state party chairmen and their top aids to get the truth about the housing program to every precinct worker and every He urged party workers to lick the antihousing lobby once and for I McGraths campaign followed Trumans charge Friday that a little group of ruthless men is trying to mislead congress and the nation on his housing propos The president said the pro Strikers not socialistic as its American Zinc here demanded the resignation of Police Chief Arthur Wylie Saturday after a bloody riot in which two men were shot and six others opponents Trumans blast at the real estate lobby drew a retort from 1 Republican house leader Joseph Martin Martin said a Robert international i representative of CIO i Mill and Smelter Workers for economy rather than Pressures Is responsible for lblcal1 opposition to Tru their banks Friday would reach crests Saturday night in north Virginia and West Virginias eastern Among those listed as dead was twoyearold Winston BeeH whose John told state police she saw the boy and two girls swept away by water which had overturned their lilt Near Petersburg Gaither said she and her husband were driving with the child and tho two girls near Peters about 55 miles south of Cum They identified the other young victims as Leota Red and Nata Alllived in The Gaithers themselves were spared when a plane spotted them after they had spent more than 12 hours with waters swirling about Also dead were Hurst of the West Virginia state police and Margaret Frances Bricker of Mount A sixth victim was listed by police as a nian named Moats from Victims Body Found Fellow troopers came upon Hursts body some 500 yards the foundation of his crumbled home at Petersburg His son was among the Clyde Bed Gross chapter chairman of Hardy said 18 persons had been reported missing in the PetersburgMobre field area Moorefield is about 12 miles northeast ot and neither town has a population of more than Besides these at least two more were unaccounted for in Virginias Shenandoah valley sec One of them was Brickers sevenyearold Hemmed in by the Alleghenies on the west and the Great moun tains on the Petersburg and Moorefield were virtually iso AH telephone lines the former city were and only one was in use at All roads to Petersburg were Circular routes were open to where about 100 evacuees were quartered In the courthouse and drtw food from a high school But the brunt of the disaster struck Red Cross of ficials gave this account of condi tions there Three hundred families evacu 60 houses 300 homes 285 other build ings destroyed and 350 damaged two businesses destroyed and 75 damaged heavy livestock loss 12 industrial plants The Red Cross had unverified reports that two persons were drowned at 4H Clubbers Marooned accused Wylie of aiding and man B sevenyear housuigr abetting the rival CIO Progres sive Metalworkers councils ef1 bargaining rights at the strikebouna Protest Committee who directed a pro coinmittee that met with The administrations bill calls units in seven slum test Mayor Anthony accused Wylie of allowing the rival union the use of the police telephone clearance projects and improve ments in farm Theodore president of the real estate accused Truman of using his program as a political vehicle for patron He said at that ON THE INSIDE SECTION A National 26 Foreign 8 Editorial 11 Intermountain 14 SECTION B PUSHPULL PROBLEM 14 7 812 SECTION C Nobody shall force me to do i Drama Women sobbed softly in their Sports pews as he After the service commemorat ing the feast of Corpus Christi the archbishop left to get into his The congregation crowded around him and shouted We wont let you be taken We give you up It took 20 minutes to clear them aside enough for him to reach the One clinging wom an was caught beneath ttie wheels as the car started She was j Music 4 carried Radio 5 The archbishop then drove off n toward his palace in Hradcany j it same fnuarc on which Garden 112 Communist Chief Klement Gott Farm 2 walds office i Model 7 Classified Advertising Intermountain 9 Deaths 9 Salt Lake Mines and 11 SECTION W Society 112 SECTION M to call in paid gunmen as president is interested only in inforcements in a wild skirmish building houses for friends of the Friday night in front of the city I j Rodney president Hoilowwa said Thomas told Joof the home charged that seph local federal and local housing officials that Wylie would be been pressuring the con The told for this legislation to per mcn he would make no statement ipetuate their at this The matter will be taken up with the village Thomas Were trying to hold this j thing down as much as Ijeft Fish Fry The two men Pe and Epcmianio Rodri 38 are members of the smelter They remained in serious condition Saturday Marys hospital in East husky Jim Strong pushed and pulled an load of sand Petrosky and Rodriquez were Saturday from Painesvllle to among a crowd ot about 300 Uplands public strikers who left a fish fry to r stage a protest march on the city 292 milesStronS hall as three members of the j he could do it in 12 It took metalworkers were to be released but sympathetic Harold Mor One of the big jobs faced by pro1 disaster workers was the rescue of 80 4H clubbers marooned in a small valley below a Stokes An earlier report had It that the dam had sending a mountain of water down into the airplane flights showed the dam was still National guardsmen tried to get through to the 4H camp with an amphibious but Res cue workers then set out on foot over a mountain to try to Torrential rains preceded They hit earth and rapidly filled up the small mountain The rains stopped shortly after See Page Column 1 Strengthy Strong Wins a Weighty Wager June IS land it took a half hour to repair on chargeg of carrying concealed a The three were Joe council leader Edward a paid off the anyway because the obstacles another council i por one the soft asphalt and his i pavement slowed down the They had become involved carltruck he was For an icr in a frontporch squabble with j of the wheels on the several members of the striking I truck locked to Wylie served warrants on j Then there were the human In j them after the smelter workers i At one as he was i members complained that Miss stopping off in a gas station wash Martinez threatened them with a j two curious womentried 1 lifting his It flipped over In a policeman forced him off the road to allow a line of traffic to That took 15 a long freight train held him up another 20 It was pretty hot going for the 38yearold a freight hanr dler for the New York Central He consumed milk and a half gallon or water en These were supplied by his who trailed him in an was just a block from Clevelands city limits when his 12hour deadline That where Morgan paid off the Then Strong pushed on to public square just to see howlong it ;