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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE Sunday March 6 1949 Kremlin Shakeup Will Not Slow Atlantic Pact Drive KREMLIN ACT WASHINGTON March 5 UP and congres sional leaders served notice Satur day that the Kremlin shakeup will not slacken the drive for a North Atlantic security pact or soften the U S attitude toward Russia Cautiouslyworded statements from Capitol Hill and the State department added up to a warn ingto the American people not to expect any immediate change for the better in the cold war other developments in the muddled diplomatic situation The White House announced that Brig Gen Marshall S Car ter has been ordered to join U S Ambassador Lewis Douglas in Britain to speed coordination of the forthcoming arms program for western Europe Views Differ On Import Of Reshuffle By ASSOCIATED PRESS Some of the nations editorial writers V M felt the Molotov replacement by Andrei Of Y Vishinsky as Russian foreign min ister must have something sen sational and important behind patient campaign for world peace regardless of the intricacies of Soviet diplomacy Little to Choose Chairman Tom Connally D of the senate foreign rela tions committee indicated a be lief that the best move this coun try could make would be to com plete the pending security al liance with Canada and the west ern European powers He warned the Soviets that their opposition to western se curity measures like the pact cannot promote the interests of Russia and cannot promote po litically or economically the best interests of the civilized world Both Connally and Sen Arthur H Vandenberg Michigan ranking Republican member of the com mittee suggested they saw little to choose between the ousted So viet foreign minister Vyacheslav M Molotov and his successor Andrei Vishinsky Key senators insisted that the I it but others scouted the idea administration would faster We do not know what the action on the I Soviet cabinet shakeup means calling for delivery of the New York World Tele 000 of American arms to Europe j but we do know what it it would tell congress details j does not mean As long as Com of the program when it asks rati mlmist dictatorship remains it fication of the North Atlantic wm be by nature an international conspiracy of tyranny No Tentative Pact Draft Diplomatic sources said a ten tative draft of the pact may be made public by the end of next week It would pledge the signa tories including the United States to common action against an ag gressor Each power however would decide for itself on the use of force Secy of State Dean Acheson scheduled a meeting for Monday with the ambassadors of Canada Britain France Belgium Luxem bourg the Netherlands and Nor changes in cabinet or constitution or leadership have altered that in the past or can in the future The Louisville CourierJournal titled its editorial The Men May j Change But Not the Kremlin i and said the British ambassador j in Moscow significantly regards the change in status of Molotov I as a promotion This seems as I good a guess to us as any The shift is one of those things which can mean allthings to all j nothing much to anyone until future developments of Rus sian foreign policy show what if Government Girl Russian Nabbed With Data Valentin A iubltrhpv U S wants to know of his activity Continued from Page One attorneys at once and Miss Cop Ions coiiMse finally arrived conspiring to commit an offense One of lhe attorneys in the i against the U S pertaining to recourtroom was Oscar Schachter Imoval of government records and whc is connected with the office to deprive the U S government 7 of the faithful and impartial serv was representing the U 1ICM incTahnd ftve reccss WM ho asUed whether Gubitchev had prison or both diplomatic immunity because of Jorrner Employe j his connection with the United f Nations to an joined the U N that he otncial junction ne said Any would regulate his conduct with i thing in the nature of personal or the interests of the United private acts outside of diplomatic tions only in view and not to ac service docs not have immunity i cent instructions in his duties j As the court session was under from any government way Lie suspended the Russian Both defendants were taken tnR secretariat to which he from the federal building where was appointed in 1916 He served it was believed FBI agents had filst in thp maintenance and en Questioned them throughout the Steering division of the deparl night to separate federal houses of conferences and general services Gubitchev a former employe of the Soviet foreign ministry swore I Immunity apples only to when he joined the U N that he official function he said these it might be difficult for my Itlipiit to have a bonding agency write her bail j I certainly dont find myself i involved in any hysteria the judge replied However the i charge is of maximum gravity be cause of the nature of the possi ble penalties The charge is one conspiracy with ar agent of a foreign government involving cle fensc materials Terhers Hit rfM I PERTH AMBOY N J 5 board of education has been asked to remove Charles Dickens Oliver Twist from the list of compulsory reading matter in the citys high schools The petition was made to the board by Jacob Deutsche pres ident of the Perth Amboy teach ers union and American Federa tion of Labor affiliate Engineering Staff way to put the finishing touches anything is signified said the on the alliance Denmarks foreign minister is expected to leave Copenhagen for Washington on Tuesday 4 Entry of Italy State department officials sug gested bringing Italy into the Jact along with the other powers but congressional leaders ap west Meanwhile there were these Militant Supporters They branded both men as peared lukewarm to the idea They militant supporters of the Kremfavored Italy but at a lins policy of opposition to the I later date The department is un derstood to want Italy included in order to make Italian bases available to the western powers in the event of a showdown Francis B Sayre American rep resentative on the United Nations trusteeship council predicted in Columbus O that Russia will turn on the heat as a result of the new cabinet shakeup Diplomatic sources here were more guarded however Atjieri can officials said Washington got no advance intimation of the CONTEST Can You NAME ME ADMIRAL TELEVISION SETS AWARDED 1 Not a Soft Ice Cream Not a Frosted Malt Not a Custard SOMETHING NEW Entry Blanks and New Treat ot II Harris Milk Depots 21st South and State 33rd S and Highland Dr Minneapolis Star The St Paul Dispatch com mented It seems hard to be lieve that the elevation of such a man as Vishinsky to Molotovs position fnreshadows any favor able change in Russian policy The rroviileiiee Journal specu lated that Molotov is being brought forward to greater prom inence as a possible successor tn Stalin but added that whatever develops from the shift is a change in tactics The basic Commu nist strategy remains unchanged Every said the move Stalin makes Los Angeles Mirror must be viewed in relation to the fundamental neverchanging Com munist aim of world revolution The Richmond NcxvsLeader said the west cannot be any worse off for the quite sufficient rea son that our diplomats could not be called upon to deal with a more difficult man than the retiring offi Occasionally there was a Seen as Site Of Atom Plant WASHINGTON March 5 fff Bert H Miller D Ida said Saturday he has been in formed that southern Idaho has high priority among sites being considered for a 000000 nuclear reaction plant Miller told a reporter the Pocatello area of the state is the particular place which is at the top of the site list being studied by the atomic energy commission He said it is quite likely that construction of the plant for peacetime development of atomic energy will begin this summer The protective location of Pocatello and the climatic con ditions in that vicinity are among the reasons it has reached the top of the list he said of detention Gubitchev was handcuffed to a man who had been arrested in a mail fraud case Miss Coplon was I Earl in 94 he was assigned not handcuffed She flashed a big to the headquarters planning of smilefor photographers and then j in which was a member of both were put into the same van the engineering staff at the time and driven away of ms arrest The FBI men trailed the girl Special Assistant U S Atty from Washington to her appointed Raymond P Whearty requested meeting place with Gubitchev at I high bail Referring to Gubitchev 193rd st and Broadway herehe said around pm the justice de1 Tnis man has no tics in jpartment said They avoided direct I contact until 9 pm when both i boarded a bus near 42nd st A few minutes later they were arrested Separate Tables cial from the U S embassy in Moscow report the Japanese are respond ing well to attempts to teach them to eat corn instead of rice Besides lessening the demand on short world rice supplies if 80000000 Japanese learn to like corn they might provide quite an outlet for the American middle west tovs never Even those who profess to understand the Russians best find no definite clue said the Nashville Tennessean A straw in the wind i the possibility of the spread of Titoism must be troubling factors to the Kremlin Miss Coplon and the Russian were brought into the courtroom at 11 am by FBI agents and were placed at separate tables in front of the bench Judge Rifkind iasked her i Did you expect to have counsel here j She looked around the room and replied I My counsel does not seem to be here The judge sent her back to her seat and called the case of Gubit chev He asked the Russian Are you reoresented by coun el j Yes sir Gubitchev replied but I dont seem him in court 1 expect him later i The judge told the U S attor 1 neys office to try to locate the ica at all and I need not point out the gravity of these charges Whearty asked bail of for Miss Coplon but her attorney Bertram J Adams won his point by declaring In the prevailing hysteria in connection with such charges as Hard of hearing Come in today Find out how the famous Zenith Radionic Hearing Aid can help you to new joy and hap piness through better hearing Light weight singleunit is all you wear highfidelity case Battery cost is only of a cent an than any other single unit aid of equal power This amazing hearing old neds no fitting Yem can adjust it instantly for ymr best hearing anywherel Only complete ready to wear Over Moyfags Sold Easy tradein Come in today STUARDS APPLIANCE COAL CO 1117 EAST 27TH SOUTH SALT LAKE 61707 Pay Only Down a Month Siandar 273 South Main Street in Salt Lake City Japan Rice Diet Switch WASHINGTON March 5 Occupation authorities in Tokyo party leaders in democratic lands as if anticipating a crisis have so recently given an open pledge of allegiance to Moscow The NeWYork HeraldTribune said Soviet policy well may be undergoing a major change in di rection and that the progress of western European recovery and CELESTIAL JEWELRY Moon Brightens This Week Adds Clarity to Big Stars By J HUGH PRUETT Astronomer Oregon University During the coming week the ainter stars will be considerably dimmed by the bright moon which vill pass from the present first quarter phase to full Should the iky be unusually clear this condi ion will be helpful in the identi icatiori of the brighter stars as he attendant confusion resulting rom their intermingling with too many little celestial lights will be absent Only two of the bright planets appear far enough from the sun o be observable Early risers may btain a view of brilliant Jupiter ow in the southeast in the dawn his old king of the gods excels in brightness everything else in the morning sky Observe at 7 p m For the evening sky let us ob erve at 7 p m Fully onethird he vvay up the eastern heavens aturn glows as the brightest ob ect in that region A little above PREPARE NOW AVOID 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easily located Celestial Jewels The south is glittering with ce lestial jewels High and about due south the finest of all con stellations Orion theHunter now stands upright The short line of three equally bright stars mark ing his belt attracts instant at tention Above these two con spicuous stars dot his shoulders The brighter is red Betelgeuse Below the belt two other bright stars are easily locatcd The right hand and brighterone is Rigel Considerably below and to the left of Orion a groupjof stars out line Canis Major Orions larger dog The brilliant glittering star of this group is the bright est starlike object in the evening sky Two Bright Stars The ivestern half of the heavens holds only two bright stars Very high and southwest of the over head point orange Aldebaran twinkles as the only bright mem bor of the Vshaped configuration known as the Hyades The letter now stands quite upright with Al TATl fit tho trvT tVlA loff and we hope March goes Out in the same gentle manner 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