RELIEF: Shovel Watcher

For a year and a half the Mormon Church has made desperate efforts to find jobs for its members and keep them off relief. But in Salt Lake City, 81 -year-old President Heber Jeddy Grant of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, ruefully stroking his beard, last week told the press that the biggest obstacle to his security program is the willingness of Latter-day Saints to be seduced by Government checks. The No. 1 Mormon admitted that he now has to be content with urging his charges who take WPA jobs to give an honest day's work. Sighed...

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