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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS Intermountain Network Station KALL Monday Through rrldiy WEATHER Clear to partly cloudy Mon day Detail on Pap 21 60 SALT LAKE MONDAY JUNE 1949 PRICE FIVE CENT Seek God With the Same Zeal You Apply in Pursuit of Knowledge Largegt graduating class in University of Utah history files up football field in caps and gowns Sunday evening for formal graduation Leading column are Kay university presi Henry who spoke Our Place in Plan of Front oroKeslTa and Moyle Exhorts Graduates of To Discover Religion Values Gain for not by man cannot but the spirit of but by thethat which God has man spirit of God which revealeth all yea even the deep things of the Lord in the words of were 3531 graduates of the University of Utah urged Sunday evening to make religion the keystone of their their happiness and their struggle for material Speaker was Henry member of the council of twelve Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday talking on Our Place in the Plan of He spoke before an estimated persons assembled in the stadium for baccalaureate serv first formal graduation ac tivity of the class of in the universitys can neither reproduce well nor fully We therefore are not justified in any field of knowledge to deny that which wr do not Rather we should seek under Led by Moyle and Ray university faculty and graduates filed down the grass carpet Recognize Elder in condemning an Increasing tendency of graduates to regard religion as unnecessary and a matter of little practical said True education should be more the power to recognize truth than memorize No less is an understanding of life to be prized highly than to know of the things that sustain Man has never made a thing Murray Says June 12 president of said Sunday night that the Amer ican Telephone and Telegraph is the most vicious monopoly in They may go to Hades with my he He sdrirrssed a convention ban quet of the CIO telephone work ers organizing He saifl I dont run bur Id take on Wal ter chairman of the board of directors of is made of the same clay as any telephone worker or any other citizen of the United Murray accused the company of attempting to break the phone workers union by treating con tracts which I consider as scraps of I Educators Hit Check Of Textbooks June 12 A spot check by the hnuse un American activities committee for red propaganda in school books drew strong protests from edu cators Edmund Ezra president of Cornell declared a witch hunt is developing in this George president of the American Council on Edu wrote the committee that the survey raises very grave He said the council is hiring a lawyer to advise The Natinnal Education has questioned the committees And the committee itself said a college president has written it that if you requested even one bonk it would be considered an infringement upon academic free The committee has picked at random 70 schools and cities and asked them to senrl in lists of textbooks in general use in schools from the grades up to In spite of the various committee officials said school boards are cooperating and letters of praise are coming in from lawyers and other private What the committee wants to find out is whether any red propa ganda has crept into iextbooks in general use in Its requests for textbook title lists went mostly to larger but also to various institutions of tolri the TWOC the higher learning such as Cor C 0 will support your union nn Michigan nnrl n number of every with all Ismail teachers the resources its A T T will discover to ils complete amazement that they are nnt big enough to get away with this despite their many bil i The committee insists it is mak ing no investigation and that it definitely will nnt tread on aca demic Jnt the it has stirrerl up a flurry of alarm amongeducational the football field at in stadium already half in Black caps and gowns were en livened with dashes of color from hoods of those who had doctors degrees and from varicolored tas jsels on caps representing different university As column filed solemnly through an arch at the north enc of the field the directed by Ronald played a pro Graduates took seats di rectly in front of a stage for highlighted by a gi gantic God of Our Fathers After God of Our Fathers by the university mixed chorus anc invocation Clyde Flem pastor of Central Christian selections were played by the university symphony directed by Albert Following Moyles Allen state superin tendent of public pro nounced the Just as we should not discrimi nate against any one Moyle so we should not prej udice ourselves against religion in general in favor of We have been born and reared in a country the laws of which See Page Column S Trieste Ballots Sans Violence Free June 12 801 of Triestes registered voters balloted peace fully Sunday in the citys first free elections since Titoism and YugoslavItalian ri valry were confusing No violence was reported during the Campaigning had been vigorous and marked by some ten Strong police forces quickly halted a attempts by Commu nists to intimidate voters near elec toral offices on the outskirts of Nearly persons of the registered appeared to have voted when the polls closed at More than half of those qualified to ballot were Eugenin chief of the iroTito Communist Popular complained that some of his fol lowers were not allowed to vote because they had identity cards issued in the Yugoslavcontrolled znne nf the free Laurent We rio nnt consider the Tri este elections free and impar tial Pokey Ponies Get The Residue After Uncle Sam June 12 UP Betty the nations high est paid said Sunday that after she pays about 80 in taxes she spends her money on the Miss Grable and her Harry who did their courting at the parimutuel win own eight race horses and breeding farm in The blond stars salary in 1947 James col lects about as a band Reds in Flight From Clark Avers June 12 Tom Clark said Sun day night that alien Communist are fleeing the country and the number of Reds here is about one third smaller than the total three iears Communists in the United States are on the as a threat to as an influence in or as political Clark said in an interview broad cast on Gannett radio Our records indicate they have jecome almost oncthirri smaller by number than three years Clark said the job of cleaning ip this Communist mess began in and is now going stronger than Under Truman more have been convicted than during our entire They are jcing shipped back as fast as law and visa conditions The attorney general said thst no subversives have been ad mitted into this country during he Truman He said law requires admission of some officials and delegates from Russia or Sovietdominated coun try on a temporary In a separate radio over another James Eastland sairi how ever those officials entering the country under diplomatic immu nity present the most dangerous hase of the The Comrmmists use their high est officials to control and direct activities in this Eastland As a matter jf fact we have testimony of three high officials who hnve studied the security files of our govern nent that literally hundreds of hese subversives have come into his country behind screen of nternational Neat Figure Again Puts Betty at Top June 12 UP Betty one nf the most famous figures in Holly Sunday was named the high est paid woman in the nation for the third successive The treasurys annual salary list showed that the shapely star was paid by Twentieth Cen turyFox Film in But like ninny another luminary on the she had to take a salary cut Leading the as he did the year was Charles Skou ras who was paid as pres ident of National Theaters Amuse ment and of Fox West Coast Agency Higher Wage Scale In Skouras was paid 300 and in same year Miss rable drew down In the actress got Besides others in the 1947 top 10 were Vincent American Tobacco Preston producerdirec Twentieth Colgate PalmolivePeet Vanderbilt Selon Na ional Distillers Products Gefs William Randolph pub Theodore S e I e Eupene board Bethlehem Steel Austin Skouras was I lie only one to ap ear on both the 1946 and 194 Miss Grable also made the big 0 last year as did singer Bing Crosby with a This year Crosby drew rloun His movie Boh opped him with Lists Compensations Under the treasury must st all compensations of r more paid by corporations in he form of bonuses or The is not a report n the incomes received by the ations richest since they et of their income in profits n of securities or real es dividends and interest on se Fred Warings cceiverl from the Na onnl Broadcasting but was xplained that ft private had to pay his large rray of talent out of the MArthur Brands Russ Inciters of Disorder UMW Clamps Lewis Lock On Coal Pits Stream Out Of Mines to Kill Weeks Production J u n e 13 Monday UP Lewis United Mine Workers closed the nations coal pits Monday for a oneweek shutdown ordered by the union leader to stabilize the in The will drain off some tons of coal from the countrys nearrecord stockpile of more than tons anrl strengthen Lewis hand in current and impendingwage But it will the miners about a day per man in Wipe Our Production The walkout virtually wiped out coal production in 17 Only maintenance and safety crews en tered the pits as the strike offi cially went into effect Sunday mid The miners were joined in idle ness by thousands of railroad workers who have been furloughec because the coal Coal production this week wil be limited to pits in which are manned by 9000 members of the rival Progressive Mine Work and scattered nonunion To Strengthen Hand Lewis call for the walkout was an admitted move to reduce the countrys fuel reserves anc strengthen his hand in negotia tions for new wage agreements to replace the current contracts ex piring June The mine union chief opens ne gotiations with Steel coal mining subsidiariesTuesday at Talks with south ern operators at will resume and Lewis is expected to ask conferences ith northern operators this With coal reserves at a except for the will be unaffected by this weeks mine The will be hard Cut Some 25 Overall traffic on the rail lines will drop The coal shutdown may mean enforced vacations for as many as railroad ac cording to the American Associa tion of Furlough no tices already have gone out to some rail Steel Industrys Coal Pile Set At Two Months June 32 The steel and metalworking in dustries arc better prepared for a prolonged mine stoppage than at any time in recent the magazine Steel reported Sun Current strtel mill fuel inven tories are reliably Steel as sufficient to last at least 60 days and possibly Steelmaking operations fell off 4 points last week to per cent of capacity and are headed towardstill lower lev the magazine said in Its weekly Scathes Soviets as Solitary Violent Element in Japan June 13 Douglas MacArthur Monday issued a formal statement naming Russia as an inciter ofdisorder and violence in an otherwise orderly Japanese The supremo commanders biting remarks were phrased in an official answer to a note from Kuzma Soviet member of the allied council for protesting alleged Japanese police suppression of trade union demonstrations dur ing MacArthurs formal statement declared the Soviet re plete with inaccuracies and misin terprettion of could be disregarded as routine Soviet propaganda did it not so complete ly unmask the Soviet role as inciter of disorder and violence in an otherwise orderly Japanese so The MacArthur statement came as a surprise as headquarters was generally expected to ignore the Russian Derevyankos protest charged the Japanese police and Japanese government with trying to pre vent by force the democratization of the country and accused occu pation authorities of doing nothing to prevent their illegal While the text of Dcrevyankos letter contained no reference to the recent Tokyo transportation strike which was halted by MacArthurs direct it was believed to have been timed to capitalize on the Accuses Jap Police The Soviet note also accused Japanese police of killing Kinji a member of the Japanese transportation union who died during a demonstration at the Tokyo municipal building May MacArthur attacked Russia for failure to live up to its promises to repatriate Japanese prisoners of He said the purpose of the So viet letter was to incite irrespon sible and unruly minority elements in Japan to violence and disorderly resistance against the duly con stituted government Japan and the orders and processes thereofwith a view of creating confusion unrest1 bewilder ment in the ranks of the Japanese Douglas MacArthiir Brands Russ an Strikers Defy Big Demand Vote June 12 big majority of German railway strike leaders rejected Sunday a four power plan to end the 23dayold Berlin transport They de fiantly called for a vote on the issue by the unions rank and In so the antiCommu nist unionists rebuffed a written appeal from American Frank Howley and overruled Lheir own top executives who promised Saturday to accept the ourpower In they jroposed some new conditions for ending the terms now will be submitted to the union membership in a ref erendum set The marked by some and at least two has blocked rail delivery of sup plies to Berlin but the trucks and barges have kept moving to the western Howley got the promise for Illicit settlement from inion leaders Saturday after an ouncing Russias agreement to a compromise he worked out in con sultation with Britain and The railmen then had ieen expected tc start rolling 00 tons of strikebound goods in hort Now the majority of union of icials is in the position of oppos ng all the occupying powers and gumming up the schedule of the ourpowcr council of foreign min sters in Paris as The at their confer nce on German last week set Monday as the deadline for reports from their experts in Berlin on if for trade and transport agreements between east and Used M Screen He added the note meant to screen the Soviets unconscion able failure to abide by require ments international law and their specific Potsdam commit ments in the return of over Japanese long held in to their This failure to meet interna tional commitments and normal standards of human decen cy in the disposition of captives finds little parallel in the history of modern MacAr thur The supreme commander said the Soviet actions outrage moral sensibilities that even the Japanese Communists have been moved to register bitter and indignant Hypocrisy Compounded For the Soviets tospeak in derogation of the status of labor in Japan is hypocrisy com he Their premiss is based upon such fantastic ex aggerations as obviously to the Japanese labor laws match the most progressive in their liberality and advanced con cepts and the labor movement despite its has advanced more rapidly and with less friction than has its counter part in many of the democratic countries of the The supreme commander said he Japanese labor movement en joys rights and liberties and safe guards largely unknown to the leople of the Soviet Union who are under the ruthless suppres iion of individual liberty and per sonal ACHESON TO VISHINSKY Soviet Demand Full of Fleas June 12 Trying desperately to reach emand for early peace treaty some agreement on Germany that dth Germany is as full of propwould keep tlieir conference from pranda as a dog is full of breaking up in utter the of State Dean Acheson told foreign ministers met for four ovict Foreign Minister Andrei hours 20 minutes Sunday after Vishinsky i noon and then went into a 90 In Acheson J minute secret session after a five oulcl say it is all fleas and no minute i What was discussed at the se At the first Sunday session ofjcret meeting the delegates re he Big Four foreign fused to LCheson lashed out at the Russian v t cmand that the powers prepare Offcre1 New rafts for a German treaty within It was hree months and agree to with that Vishinsky offered some new raw their occupation troops one proposals on economic and polit ear after a has beenjical unification of Grave Responsibility probably in an attempt to get resumption nf trade between the western and eastern occupation Accusing Vishinsky of ig his proposal merely as prop The delegates decided to ad Acheson said Mourn until instead of We have a very grave respon1 meeting It was believed hility to the Many mili the western foreign ministers ons of lives depend upon how j wanted time tn consider the Vish us treaty is To insky proposals and possibly to as a plaything of propaganda is consult their governments regard pastime I do not want to jing It was at the first normal plenary that Acheson made his crack about propaganda and Acheson has just made a very witty Vishinsky But if I may quote from Dont try to catch fleas lest a camel slip through your Differs From James The Russian must dif fer greatly from the Protestant James Foreign Ernest Bevin Tfiis is a perfectly correct quo tation from the Bible M trans lated by Vishinsky I propose hand over the flea question to our French Foreign Minister Robert Schuman Vishinsky made a long defense of his German treaty proposal only to have the western foreign minis in complete it even scornfully than they had Ji ;