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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS IntormountalB Network Station KALL Monday Through Friday WEATHER rmrtly cloudy with Details 01 15 53 SALT LAKE MONDAY JUNE 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Savant Tells Editors Of Responsibilities Says Civic Duties Must Be Met As Not Promotion It is a newspapers duty to help the community it as a promotion but as a professional obligation dean of the University of Missouris school of said Mott is in Salt Lake City to address the 64th annual convention of the National Editorial at its first business session Monday morning in Hotel Delegates and numbering nearly spent Sunday primarily in social and sightseeing Professional Approach NBA SESSIONS Delegates Set Busy Slate At Confab Mott said the great majority of weekly and non metropolitan daily newspapers have adopted the professional ap proach to community accepting their responsibility for community not for the cash but for their own The newspapers duty to improve its he is much a professional service as the law yers defense of the indigent or a doctors treatment of the The journalism authority took exception to accusations that the past national election showed that the newspapers have lost step with the l He said that many nswspapers were misled by polls that failed to take account of lastminute Impartial Coverage While the majority of newspa pers backed the losing presidential candidate their news columns gave impartial coverage to both candidates and gave the MONDAY 8 at Hotel Utah with United States Brewers Foun dation as session for men in Hotel Utah featuring an address Community Service and the Profession of Journalism by Frank dean of the school of University of Mis Motion picture premiere at people a Centre theater Sorrowful The newspapers have a for the right to express their opinions editori but it is not their business to Ul I j I elect he Hotel Tjtah roof garden with Rdi tors and publishers of tlie na tions weekly and daily newspapers were guests of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints Sunday morningat the LDS There they were told by Reu NoonLuncheon for the ladies Rhoda Porte Graves of Porte Publishing as Lake service clubs luncheon for men in Hotel Talking Shop Is TimeHouored Pastime host at Kennecott Copper banquet honoring National Editorial convention listens to some newspaper talk between Albert convention and Dean Frank Mott of the University of Missouris school of for tour of Geneva steel 6 in Newhouse hotel with Ford Motor as in Newhouse hotel with Geneva Steel as host and Walther Geneva as TUESDAY 8 and session in Hotel Utah featuring election of 1J 30 of con for at Brighton ben first counselor in the first that the L D S church believes that the constitu tion and government of the United States were originally set up un der the inspiration of Part of Religion To all of Clark the constitution has become a part of our The church leader stuck close to the title of his trines and History of the LDS He recounted the story of Joseph Smith and the revelation that led to the Book of which hosted by Western Newspaper i restored thegoVpeVwhich had been Utah Metal Works will be lost atld for wnich manmade prin host on ski lift dinner Hotel ciples had been in Clark reaffirmed the churchs belief in latterday reve LDS Leader Extols Power Of Prayer at BYU Rites lij Tribune Leoftid Wire June power of prayer is a blessing which each college graduate should whether he enters the business world or continues in search of declared Joseph Field the center of the auditorium were more than 800 students in caps and comprising the largest graduating class in the history of the Record BYU Class They included who 766 men will and for Union Paj station for trip to southern He outlined the LDS church Utah welfare program stressing that Jesus Christ of Latterday at Brigham Young university bac calaureate services here Sunday j Smith delivered the bacca laureate sermon to the universitys Releases Batory Crew NEW June 5 captain and four crewmen of Ger hart Eislers getaway the were returned to the ship late Sunday night after lengthy questioning at immigration head quarters about the fugitive Com munists escape from this The five men had been taken from the Polish luxury liner for an interrogation of several hours at the Columbus avenue offices of the immigration As the Jan got back to his ship with Polish Consul Jan he told reporters They have been very very sored by the United States Brew I have no comment and ers We will sail MonThe newsmen will be honored by Salt Lake service clubs at a lunch eon in Hotel and in the aft ernoon will visit the Geneva steel A reception at 6 in New house hosted by the Ford Motor will be followed by a dinner sponsored by Geneva Steel Walther presi will be guest its aim was to give according to largest graduating class in history j Hitfincr imrrrrteeiiro need and to require those in need and able to work to earn their Music at the tabernacle was fur nished by tabernacle choir under the direction of Spencer Alexander Schreiner was at the Hold Beach Party After delegates and their wives visited the Kennecott Copper mine at Bingham and were guests at a beach party at Utah division of the Kennecott Copper was host at an eve ning banquet in Hotel Guests were welcomed by assistant general man ager of the Utah The first business session of the convention will open Monday in Hotel Utah after a breakfast spon no An immigration official made the same prediction about the liners A security guard remained on the Batorys dock but the affair seemed to have simmered down after a hectic day and a half of searching and deten during impressive services con ducted in the Joseph Smith on the university Occupying a special section in 71 who will receive masters de gree sheepskins for their ad vanced studies in various fields of the arts and sciences during the past ilie trustees and with faculty filed into the auditorium from Maeser hall at The hall was filled by friends and relatives as the class received the advice cf Smith to follow the admonition of our Redeemer Seek ye first the king dom of God and his righteous Band Gives Concert Preceding the exercises was a 30minute concert by the BYU varsity directed by Norman Hunt on the lawn in front of the Joseph Smith After the graduates filed services opened with playing of the processional by Keeler on the newly in stalled organ which was formerly a part of the famed old Salt Lake LDS tabernacle Musical numbers during Demos Organise Another Drive To Weaken TH June Senate Democratic leaders talked Sunday of new compro mises in a drive to get rid of as much of the TaftHartley law as Senate debate on the admin istration bill to repeal the TH measure is slated to start Mon But Harry S Tru mans forces in congress already have abandoned hope of junking it altogether this Claude Pepper who is allout for summed up the situation this way I am sure we will scrap it least half of the TaftHartley act at this We will just have to keep whittling away at You cant always move a mountain all at Acheson Tries to Split Deadlock on Berlin Cousin Nab Three More Felons June 5 coun try policeman and a cousin who just helps Sunday recaptured three lifeterm convicts who par ticipated in a mass break from West Virginia state One of the escapees was critically Marshal Jame and Chal mers Tate of nearby program included selections by the j the Watkins Vows Hell Press Fight on Pact Arthur Watkins Utah said Sunday he was not prepared to give up his criticism of the North Atlantic treaty until it is made plain that congress of the Marshall plan 4 e i tTi Fa nt ic Prompt Action On Treaty Termed Vital Recovery Program Just Not Marshall Explains June 5 George Marshall urged Sunday night that the North At lantic treaty be put into effect promptly because the economic recovery program which bears his name is not enough to as sure the future security of west ern former army chief of staff and former secretary of spoke from the plat form as Harry S who pledged anew that American strength and resources will be dedicated to the maintenance of world freedom and pros Anniversary Dinner The occasion was a dinner hon oring Marshall on the second an niversary of the Harvard univer sity speech at which he first ad vanced the idea of the Marshall plan to use American dollars to lelp put western Europe back on its feet Marshall said that while the 16 nations involved have made big strides on the road to Jiey also must develop the polit cal and social conditions neces sary for continued peace and pros A feeling of security is essen to the future of Europe and he Marshall Im proved economy helps tremen iously to that but in the ight of conditions as they exist that alone is not Future Steps Necessary The Atlantic pact is significant of the future steps that are neces sary to a restored Marshall said that it was a matter of serious regret to this country that some of the nations of under the domi nation of Soviet not oin in the recovery though it was evident in some nstanccs that their peoples de ired very earnestly to do Plainly it was not a decision arbitrary rulers responding to States Limit of Concessions In Talks With Vishinsky June 5 of State Dean Acheson has made a personal attempt tobreak the foreign minister deadlock on reliable informants disclosed These sources said Acheson made it clear Saturday night at a private dinner with Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Vishinsky just how far the United States is prepared to go in making concessions at this The gist of his outline was Mid to stress that the western powers are standing firm on main propositions on Berlin and Ger and if the Soviet union any new proposals it had better put them forward now if the con ference is to steer clear of Others Kept Informed British Foreign Ernest Bevin and French Foreign Min ister Robert Schuman were kept informed of Achesons talk with The informants said the third secret session was called for Mon day mainly to give Vishinsky an opportunity to contact after the dinner and come up with any compromises if the Kremlin is in a compromising If nothing new is produced Mon day that gives hope of a settle ment on Berlin it is likely the ministers will revert to regular sessions Tuesday at which the debate is reported to the press by official Deadlock on Veto The deadlock on Berlin centers around the which has been the accepted voting procedure in the allied the cow defunct fourpower governing body of the We are completely deadlocked on the veto principle and Russia nan not given an au thoritative source Progress has been nil in the secret sessions thus The ministers have been ported in an area agreement on such the kommandatura and reestab lishing city by the Elizabeth Bentley Aug ments list of Red data Bentley Adds Six Names T lospy List June 5 Elizabeth former Red Sunday named six addi tional government employes as in formation suppliers for the Soviet House spy hunters meanwhile et it be known they suspect that Soviet he History will decide how or how de plorable was their Expected Opposition Marshall said that when he first suggested the recovery program the State department anticipated that considerable immediate op position would develop in the to the he did not Seemingly in a our American people found themselves in a position of not only the most intimate relationship with ern but called upon to make more and heavy contribu tions to the welfare of your he told representatives reserves the right to decide if troops should be used in the somebody in the government tipped off wartime Russian spies when Gmen picked up their The suspicions are based partly on testimony Miss Bentley gave last year and partly on informa tion obtained In a new case on which hearings will be held Mon Miss Bentley sent the new plus 31 she had mentioned to the senate judiciary Neither she nor the committee said whether any of them still get their pay checks from the None of the six was widely known in the capi The whose names went into the committees offi cial were Peter Perazich of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation administration Ruth Rivkin of UNRRA Bernice Levin of the The impressive fact is that I old War Production board Vladi these people of the United States teacher of army said they chased John Stanley and Otto six milesover a dirt road before bringing the fugitives to Neff was reported shot in the shoulder and Cadiz is 37 miles north of Greek Vessel Rams Ship In Dense Fog Off Delaware June 5 mouths skipper after the crash Greek Hellenic at 1 at the mouth of and the 7600ton cargo ship Ex mouth collided Sunday in a dense fog off the Delaware coast with a gaping hole ripped in the side of the Two crewmen aboard the Ex mouth were The Hellenic Beach vanished Into the predawn mist after the crash and wasnt identified until 15 hours after the It is owned by Hellenic with offices in New York There was no indication of the extent of damage to the Hellenic The Hellenic Beach docked at Deleware A pocket boat was dispatched from the guard base at The boat took two injured crewmen from the Exmouth and removed them to Becbe hospital Their condition is not criti Coast guardsmen hailed the freighter and asked what hap The skipper replied that another had rammed into the side of the tearing a 10foot hole in the ships Two feet of the hole were below the water line and large quantities of water Moundsville and miles west of Xhrec Now Free The reapprehension of this trio BYU symphonic directed by Franklin with Ramona McCTure of as and selections by the university faculty string quar Members of the quartet are Leon Dallin and Jean violin Criticize Authority The Saturday agreement reached at a meeting of Chair1 man Connally of j the foreign relations committee left at libertv onlv three of the Mr SmUl cxtolcd the j with of State Ernest j ICE aL noerty oni inree or uie of the w h i c he Lawrence and Gus tave School Aims event of an enemy attack on a macie an overwhelming and courses at Cornell university hesitating decision to do their j Peter broadcaster for the best to bring western Europe back i army in Africa and and treaty The Utah questioned in said he was not sure that an agreement over the effect of the to peace and It was two years ago that Mar treaty reached in I then secretary of Saturday would satisfy brought hope to the free peoples of the west by a speech at Har vard university which said the United States would help them to help Abraham reserve army also listed as an employe of Republic Steel Miss Bentley also had some new names of people outside the gov ernment she said were on the re lay team that passed information to the These are only on fringe of the Proposes Limitations Acheson is reported to have proposed limiting the veto in two by defining on what ques tions it would apply in the kom and by shoving routine administration problems to the Russia is Insisting on keeping all veto rights over Berlins ad Russ Papers Blast Paris Reporting June 5 and other Soviet newspapers Sun day accused the American delega ion at the Big Four meeting in Paris of giving onesided informa tion to the press on closed ses Robert state department expert on German af was named as one of the sources violating the secrecy of he closed In Murphy I have no comment to except that have not given such information to The press is from all sessions of the foreign jut after all of them except those designated as newspaper men are briefed oh y officials representing all four There is no after he secret meetings the ministers ssue laconic communiques relating a meeting was held and that or whatever the topic was TRAPPED ON RAIL BRIDGE a Brooklyn shipyard about poured into the number four Officials refused discuss the extent of damage to i The skipper said the possible crew injuries suffered in the An SOS for coast guard assist was sent out by the Ex or i owned by the American Export would he able to make port at Philadelphia without guard aid despite the shipped 14 inmates who sawed their way to freedom from the prison early These were 19yearold Gerald Nolan and Eddie both serving 10 years and Denver Van sentenced to 25 Bailey said he and a brake man at the Lake Erie railroad who just comes along to help out when I need spotted the life termers as they drove off in a stolen Hehad been alerted by a William who sold them bread and he Trailed on Motorcycle The marshal and Tate trailed them in a motorcycle and sidecar until the fugitive auto ran off the road and into a Bailey said the three dashed through a marshy area and Neff was some 50 yards before a bullet brought him He got up and started running I the officer be1 fore another shot from Baileys revolver felled him once Talc held his automatic tol on who was playing possum in the waisthigh Bailoy Gross and Arthur George and Watkins i pointed are to give to the j vandcnberg and Walter George i youth of the church properly i i balanced education one in which secular knowledge be com have criticized the proposed treaty bined with the spiritual and thus an abiding testimony of the gos pel be planted in the hearts of See Page Column 4 Heroic Mother Dies for Sons Graftings Help Michael In Fight to Live June Courage and medical care are helping fouryearold Michael Rector win his fight against bodyravaging It was last 12 when his cowboy suit caught The flames seared 70 of his Ordinarily Hint would be But little and Everett is made of lough Hes had some SM square inches of skin grafted to his body and expects another craft this week of about 100 on the grounds that it gives the president authority to use Ameri can troops without congressional After the George said a cornmiltee report to the effect that the treaty will neither increase nor decrease the chief executives power to use Ameri can troops will remove the ob jections I j Watkins Reservations i Watkins said he would not abandon his fight for actual res ervations to be attached to the treaty until he has studied the committee The reservations proposed by Watkins would retain for con gress complete freedom of action in the event of an attack on a j signing j The reservations are opposed Vamicnberg and the State department on the grounds they undermine effects of the treaty in the eyes of western European sig June 5 heroic mother gave her life Sunday to save her four sons as they were trapped on a nearby railroad bridge in the path of an oncoming nonscheduled freight Ruth about shoved her older aged 10 and over the side of the center span into the1 Chehalis The younger and became frightened and started to Ignoring her own the mother caught up with the scamperers just as the Northern Pacific extra freight came pound ing across the 150foot She pushed the two youngsters onto the gravel of the river bank Tt was too late then to save The skidding engines cowcatcher hit the woman as she stood only yards from The impact knocked her off the Either the blow from the engine or the fall broke her She died moments The story of Merrymens heroism was given to Deputy Sheriff Knute Wennberg by the Waring said the five were in the center of the bridge when his train rounded a curve at whistling as it He slammed on the sliding locomotive and the heavy cars on the tracks until they came to a stop 210 feet beyond the end of the river The engineer said Merrymen and her boys have been caught on the span because the westbound en route from Centralia to was an extra running off the regular The younger boys suffered minor injuries when they hit the John was hos pitalized at Elma with cuts about the while Pete was treated there and The older pair was unhurt in the drop into the Chehalis a and her were living on a farm near   

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