[J. Reuben Clark]
[In conversation with F. B. Whitman, president of Western Pacific R.R. regarding a replacement on the board of directors:] ... President Clark said he thought his course was the wisest one, that apparently from what he said, they are in the situation where if the Jews once get in they might control the whole situation. Mr. Whitman said he was not too disturbed about that, but he was watching it. President Clark said that he did not see how they could avoid putting Weismann on, if he could force it [by virtue of his stock control], that he thought his plan was wise, that they not increase the Directors at the time, but they might later. Mr. Whitman said he was not too disturbed about getting the Jews on, but Pres. Clark said he would be greatly disturbed about it.
[Source: The Diaries of J. Reuben Clark, 1933-1961, Abridged, Digital Edition, Salt Lake City, Utah 2015]