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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS am am pm Intermounfain Network Station KALL Mondav Throneh Friday WEATHER Cloudy Friday No temperature change Details on Page 22 VOL 158 NO 155 SALT LAKK CITY UTAH FRIDAY MORNING MARCH IS 1019 PRICE FIVE CENTS Senate Clears For Action On Rent Bill Banking Group Votes To Keep Curbs Another 12 Mouths Lompromise JL ECA JETS PRIORITY U S Plans to Back Pact With Arms WASHINGTON March 17 A flexible rent control extension1 bill was cleared for senate action Thursday as the banking commit tee voted to continue the ciirbs j 12 to 15 months and to raise some ceilings i The measure also would give f each state the clloice of WASHINGTON March 17 UP European members equip their 1 Scrapping federal controls state department said i present armed forces But it em whenever its legislature so decided Thursday the United States plans jphasized the arms shipment pro 2 Or taking over administration ilo back Atlantic se gram will take second place to eco of the control within its borders Pact b hePing western jnomic aid i The official statement said this country will try to ship Eu iropean pact members enough arms between next July 1 and June 30 whenever the governor certified i to Washington that the state has an adequate rent law on its books Expiration Date Near This paramic view of the St Patricks day parade in isew VorU Thursday shows some of thn 80000 sons of Erin marching in traditional procession watched hv pstimatpfl 1750000 View is south from street foreground The French building Radio City is at near right if iolence Erupts Over Italy OLD SOLi A 11 Atlantic Pact Issue POME Italy Friday March 18 r to security A spokesman added j Communists fought that the Communists can talk j against Italys participation in the Atlantic pact with words clubs bombs and strikes Friday in a na tionwide struggle that already has left one dead countless injured and parliament bogged down in a tumultuous Red filibuster themselves out The ultimate outcome was in evitable Christian Democratic Premier Alcide de Gasperi would receive a vote of confidence au thorizing his prowestern coalition to remain in power and to join the Honor Saint NEW YORK March 17 bright a sun as ever bathed the green of old Ireland beamed down With the present rent law due i to expire in two weeks Chairman j Burnett Maybank D SC said he hopes the senate can begin de1 bate on the committee measure j Friday to speed congressional acj tion before the March 31 dead line I But rent other to await settlei ment of the filibuster battle The house already has approved a 15 months extension with a home rule provision which would permit state county or municipal governments to drop federal con trols in their area by adoption of a resolution to that effect Explains Extension Maybank gave the explanation of the 12 to 15 months extension the committee fixed March 31 1950 for ending federal controls but stipulated that in the following three months price ceilings and i eviction restrictions would remain i if a tenant so requested Any rental dwellings vacated in the i j extra three months period would j be decontrolled at once j i The senate group also adopted j a provision for some rent increases I as a substitute for the house plan1 to assure landlords a reasonable i return on a reasonable value of their property j Scraps Lease Clause Under the senate committees bill the present rule which al lows a 15 increase if both tenant and landlord agree would be Ucan Arhnson To reveal terms of North Atlantic pact 1950 to completely outfit the ground sea and air forces already in existence It made clear that the United i States will not attempt before i mid1950 at least to supply arms for any newly organized European military forces Stress Recovery Plan And it stressed that the Marshall economic recovery plan will con tinue to have first call on available U S resources The U S policy was announced as eight nations prepared to make public at 11 am EST Friday the terms of the historic defense pact against communism Secy of State Dean G Acheson will explain the treaty terms to the public in a 30minute nation wide broadcast at pm EST Friday over the Mutual Columbia and American radio net works Officials announced meanwhile that four more countries have been formally invited to join the al liance and diplomatic circles pre dicted all will accept Iceland Ends Talks The foreign minister of one of Truman Democrats Fall To Coalition Majority J ii WASHINGTON March 17 coalition rolled over Tru man Democrats Thursday night to write into the senates rules a compromise antifilibustcr provision The vote was 63 to 23 The senate then adjourned at pm Southern Democrats combined with a majority of the Republicans and some western Democrats to force adoption of the compromise peace formula that ended a great filibuster battle I Several attempted amendments slapped Under the compromise 64 of the 96 senators can limit debate on anything except a future change in the rules which would be sub ject to no gag Bitterly Opposed It was bitterly opposed by civil rights advocates Sen Scott Lucas of Illinois the Democratic leader called the action a surrender to Dixie lawmakers and said civil rights legislation hasnt a China mans chance under the new rule But Sen Kenneth S Wherry of Nebraska the GOP floor leader contended the compromise would pave the way for enactment of antilynching antipoll tax and other bills since under its terms members can halt debate on mo tions to take up bills and on other parliamentary moves Republicans joined I j with 29 Democrats to vote the rule Minto effect Eight Republicans joined with 15 Democrats in op Kenneth S Wherry Lashes posing it opponents of senate compromise Thursday on one of New Yorks Violence broke out in the nation talks was i But hopelessly outnumbered in bjggest St Patricks day parades parliament the Communists hoped 1 An estimated 1750000 persons Thursday while parliament tied up by the filibuster i qfrjip riprinnqfratiniT nnri An esuiiiaieu Jiuuuuu jjursuna Communist mobs attempted to J striKes aemonsu ations arm watch the rrP thnir uav intn thr U and speeches to stall a vote until the mca waun trie in Milan but i draft text of the pact is published hourslong procession consulates in Milan but force British were beaten back by police Outside Parliament am EST Friday This is undoubtedly the biggest The Communists believed day we ever had said grand mar the text would give them new am shal John A Coleman Jr The L1JC VVULI1U give LUCiH IICW OJU1 i j Steel helmeted police olso beat munition for protest Observers has been i ur ii i e iL t t VjjJclJ i ill ouuu i ut 0 the clrnnoer jeep borne police ers before publication of the text th j d cornmittee rent had been raised for example ri n mnh to the could dPmtM back demonstrators outside parliabelieved however that the Com ment Wearv deputies clashed ini munists would run out of speak sid sped at 50 mph to clear the could influence any deputies strrels of Rome Workers and police battled at Terni with Molo tov cocktails vs charging jeeps In Milan an armored column i broke up red rallies at the Porta Victooria and Piazza Loreto In Cnnosa Di Puga near Bari sev pral persons were injured in a riot j In Bari itself the Communists i tried to stop work at a plant owned j by Standard Oil Co but only 150 of 2000 employes left their jobs Double IJnos Greatest Parade Yet Chairman John J Sheahan of Sinsle 4 geney farch 17 would be permitted to raise hisThe Hoover commission Canada France Norway other 1 rging the Hood Belgium the Netherlands ad pared to return home The other prospective members are Denmark Portugal and Italy Those already pledged to join the United States in signing the treaty scrapped Instead the landlord j WASHINGTON March 17 jere the first week in April arc April However in no case could the control work of the army engineers The pact about 1000 words in tenants rent be boosted more than all other public works under length will bind the nations to 15Cr above what was charged for the Interior department to protake individual and collective ac the dwelling on June 30 1947 In other words if a tenants rent had been raised 15rc j mote efficiency and economy tion to resist armed attacks on i It overruled a task force reany treaty power under j pOrt urging transformition of the Make Own Decisions the present laws provision which dtmcnt into a wa permits such s boost m exchange tereddown department of natural But each country would decide fn K wjth uue oporaUngfor whether it would use military force to aid a fellow pact for a lease barringadditional in rcsnurces creases no additional increases could be assessed But if a tenants authority Avers Reds Killed Savants Wife it the greatest parade that J only since Junc 1947 he Congress Storm Seen The report 14th of 18 on reor I member ever went up the avenue in the would be subject to another jjanjzation of the federal govern i r long history of the St Patricks boost day parade j He estimated that 95000 sons of Ireland many of them generaj tions removed from the old couni try formed the line of march The f j j hours6 lasted than Jurist The sun caught and held the glint shamrocRs on lapels of KEY WEST Fla March 1 SEOUL Korea Friday March paraders and onlookers alike i D TDrtlirtrt 18 Friday blamed Pi i ment was sure to stir up a storm in congress where many members are extremely jealous of the pres ent semiindependent status of the corps of army engineers The commission itself headed by former Pres Herbert C Hoover split sharply on the issue Four of the 12 members opposed the proposed transfer Four members U S Mexico Probe Theft Si Of Atom Ore Korean Communists for the slay Police drew up in double lines itlgOf Mrs Horace H Underwood flrnund parliament during the night snd the filibuster droned on At am Friday 7 pm Thursday the longest par liament session in history was in its 34th hour the 106th straight Leftist speaker was still on his feet and there were 50 perhaps 60 wife of a prominent U S edu cator and missionary in Korea One official called it a mistake killing Police Chief Kim Tai Sun said three suspects were under arrest Mrs Underwood was shot to death Wednesday by two hooded gun sonry and steel office workers j of the Utah threw ribbon and tape that glistj preme court to head a threemem 1 also x die ai The MEXICO CITY March 17 UP cylinder of refined uranium Colorado Pact House Unit Sanction WASHINGTON March 17 A house public lands subcommittee Thursday unanimously approved a to give congressional consent to the upper Colorado rver basin compact The compact would apportion waters of the upper Colorado river among Colorado Utah New Mex ico and Arizona It already has been ratified by legislatures of the five states but must have the sanction of congress before it can become effective Favorable action is anticipated within the next few days by the full house public lands committee and members aaid they would seek to place the measure on the con sent calendar of the house Uncontcsted which no member has handed under such procedure every two weeks A similar bill is now before the senate Under the compact 7500000 The Truman camp wanted a change providing that a sim ple twothirds majority of those noting could curb any debate but southerners filibustered 15 days against this TwoThirds Vote The first major amendment to be defeated Thursday night was offered by Sen Raymond B Bald win R Conn and Leverett Saltonstall R They pro posed that twothirds of those vot ing be empowered to gag debate at all times except on rales maonty acrefeet of water a year in the lauulawlj allil5Blcu Colorado river allotted to the said however into Mexico recently and the leak PPcr basin states by the Colorado ened in the golden sunlight as it twirled to the street below ber emergency board to investi gate the Wabash railroad strike A cold south wind whipped up Mr Truman named Curtis G that the department should be i in security is under investigation given a much firmer hand over i hy U S and Mexican agents the the nations mineral and waterUnited Press learned Thursday resources It noted that at least the avenue But it only made the Shake former member of the Inresources It noted that at least The uranium enclosed in a con green pennants snap more briskly diana supreme court and John W jthree previous chief executives had i tainer about 2s inches long an above the heads of the marchersrl Yeager associate justice of the made similar requests without any inch in diameter and weighing 0 speakers to come men who forced their way into The government said the sit her home during a tea party nation is under control every where and the demonstrations in Rome constituted no real threat Milildn Blocks Millikin Stops Puzzled for Motive Police and U S army investi gators had been puzzled for a motive Dr Underwood although an adviser to the former American military government had taken no part in politics His wife was popular with Koreans Kim said he thought he had Some of the spectators wrapped themselves in blankets against the chill 62 Battalions There were 62 battalions in the parade most of them formed by members of IrishAmerican so cieties Nearly every battalion had a band and they sent up wave after Nebraska supreme court to serve action being taken with McDonough The chief executive acted two days after signing an order set Replies to Criticism The Interior department mean 220 grams was found in the pos session of a Mexican detained by a highway patrolman last January on a routine matter Uranium Refined Type Scientific analysis showed ting up sucha board in a move vvhile replied to criticism in a pre to head off the strike I Hoover commission report Usually such an order bring accused the department of Scientific analysis showed the ut 30day cooling off period and an1 grossly underestimating the cost I uranium was of a refined type not j eluded in the committee report on tjre senate 64 out of 96 would other 30 days of continued oper of several major reclamation j obtainable in Mexico and probably the measure be required to limit debate except projects in the west i stolen from a laboratory some river compact would be appor tioned as follows To Arizona a flat 50000 acre eet a year Of the remainder Colorado would receive New Mexico Utah 23 and Wyoming Subcommittee approval of the compact bill came suddenly after representatives of California and of the upper basin states agreed Thursday afternoon on terms of explanatory language to be in VVASHINGTOJT March 17 Elbert D Thomas Utah Democrat voted against the compromise hy Mhicli the senate ended its filibuster fight Thurs day while Sen Arthur V Wat kins Utah Republican voted for the compromise Involved was a change in senate proce dure which permits the yes vote of 64 of the members to curb debate on afl business ex cept discussion of a proposal to bring up a future rules change changes In the latter case it would require 64 of the 96 The vote against this amend ment was 57 to 29 Next the senate batted down 69 to 17 a proposal of Sen Myers D assistant majority floor leader It would have provided for debate to be cut off by a vote of a constitutional of the 96 senators Rejects Amendment Clearing the way for the cli mactic vote the senate rejected 80 to 7 an amendment by Sen Morse R Ore to provide for debate limitation by a simple ma jority of those voting Meanwhile Sen Robert A Taft of Ohio and Sen Arthur H Van denberg of Michigan Republican chieftains previously uncommitted came out in favor of the compro mise Nobody had any doubt that it would pass when the showdown came Under it twothirds of the en found a motive He said he was I streets up the avenue from 44th to 96th WASHINGTON March 17 UP convinced the slayers were Com Eugene D Millikift R rnunists Colo Thursday night temporarily i I believe they intended to kill blocked senate action on j someone else he said probably Harry S Trumans nomination of i Mrs Mo James Boyd to be director of the federal Bureau of Mines She was associated with the Ko Boyds appointment uas included rean delegation which on alist of several nominees ap1 recognition for the republic order bv the i Korea at the United Nations It took the vanguard of the parade slightly more than an hour proved in rapidfire senate after disposing of its drawni sion in Paris over Soviet objec to cover the route Hours after the 1 pm starting time rear bat talions still were moving along He referred to Mrs Mo Yun Suk I Fifth ave Francis Cardinal Spelman obtained i spiritual leader of the hundreds of of thousands of New York area Irish Catholics reviewed the parade from the steps of St Patricks cathedral Born in Erin Farther north at 65th st Mayor ation after the board reports J H Rodgers vice president of I Defending its estimates the de1 where in the chain of American i The Mexi vas believed president can appoint any board i congress ordered new facilities j to be only a go between and was he wants men are out uni added to the projects after they released after intensive question wave of noisy music as they moved the Order of Railway Conductors j partment said the commission atomic energy plants un thp Avpriie dlth In 96th iwas quoted as saying that the failed to take into account that can Gustavo Mesa w No one appeared against the j on future rules changes which easure would be subject to uncurbed talk PRIVATE PREMIER til the dispute is settled were originally calculated tions out antifilibuster fight When the senate clerk came to I Communist Kcgime Boyd s name however Millikin j n jumped to his feet and refused j Russia backs the north Korean to grant unanimous consent to Communist regime The republic William ODwyer born and raised take up the nomination The sen1supported by the United States ion the Emerald isle headed a lif ate immediately proceeded to other nominations functions only in south Korea Mrs Mo was to have addressed Millikins action does not necesMrs Underwoods party on the sarily mean that he is opposed I Paris sessions She also was on a to Boyds appointment hut only j committee which welcomed a U N that he does not believe it should I commission now in Korea be approved under unanimous conj sent procedure Witnesses said one man entered the kitchen and threatened the There was no indication when cook with a sawedoff American the senate again wi In the nomination get around i carbine The current They said Mrs Underwood grap of notables in the official review ing stand There were 2800 uniformed po licemen posted along Fifth ave to keep the crowd in hand Officially this years parade was an IrishCatholic protcst against the recent imprisonment of Card inal Mindszenty of Hungary Some marchers carried signs protesting his treatment twowork memorial work slop pled with the man but at that I The sun was far down in the page by John L Lewis1 United i moment the second man entered west before the last band marched Workers is in opposition to the front door menacing the by tootling When Irish Eyes Boyd I houseboy with a pistol I Are Smiling Senate Group Afjprovcs Vast Radar Screen for Continent WASHINGTON March 17 senate armed services committee Thursday unanimously approved a bill to set up a vast radar screen around North America after a top military leader warned that the United States would be helpless in event of war without it The committee delayed action on a companion bill to construct a 3000milelong test range for guided missiles It decided that it needs more information Both measures already have passed the house Ma j Gen Gordon P Saville head of the nations air de fenses urged speedy action on the radar bill Failure to build such a screen he said could result in disaster on a nationwide scale and surely would result in unnecessary death and destruction throughout our country The measure would authorize the air force to spend a total of in cooperation with Canada in erecting a network of radar stations around the North American continent ing The investigation led to cloak dagger ramifications includ i ing reports that another group in Mexico had offered to sell uranium j to an American there j j They reportedly approached the j I American who is involved in the j sale of arms and offered to sell him 700 grams of uranium at S2000 a in all They produced a written analysis of the metal they had for sale Consults With Physicist Aids Okeh Films of Truman After Security Trim Job KEY WEST Fla March 17 UP White House late Thursday released for publication news reel pictures of Pres Harry S Truman and his aids swimming at a beach and of the commandants house where Mr Truman resides while here Eben Ayers assistant presiden The American consulted a physi tial press secretary Rear Adm Robert L Dcnnison naval aide and James J Rowley chief of the White House secret service detail censored out only a fraction of the air shots taken from the photog cist who told him the analysis might indicate the material was uranium but the chances were that it was worthless since urani um must he highly refined and processed before it can be used raphers Monday in production of atomic energy or j Ayers said the footage objected j in atomic weapons I to showed enough of surrounding The American gave his informa territory to pinpoint the location jtion to U S authorities On their I of the winter White House j request he continued his This development came us Mr ing with the wouldbe sellers The j Truman gathered ammunition in i Mexicans said they had the urani the hope of rescuing his fair deal i um in H bank safe deposit box legislative program from emaacu i but they never showed a sample i lation by a rebellious congress His decision to break his long silence on repeated rebuffs from Capitol hill centered attention on a news conference he called for am EST Friday The release of the films occurred after Ayers Dennison Rowley and other officials viewed them in the projection room at the little White House Of 200 ft of film taken by Tom Craven Paramount news camera man only 11 ft was objected to while only 10 ft of 200 taken by Joe Vadala N B C television news reel photographer was cut out by the reviewers The White House asked the news reel and television news reel companies concerned to make available clips or still shots to the Associated Press Acme News Pic tures and International News Photos