Salt Lake Tribune, March 26, 1949

Salt Lake Tribune

March 26, 1949

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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS am am pm fittermountain Network Station KVU fMonday Through Fridly WEATHER floudy with showers Saturday Details on Page 19 VOL 158 NO 163 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY MORNING MARCH 26 1919 PRICE FIVE CENTS Conferees Favor bSaIJ Local Rent Rule Forim aws iSOIl hout Approve Elimination of Controls With Governors Permission Defendant DryEyed After Sentence SI0000 Fine Added WASHIXHTOX March 25 senatehouse conference voted Friday night to Irl states ciiiis towns and vil lages get lid of federal ivnt controls if the governor approved Thp conferees got over that major hurdle but still have to A F nday Mildred K Axis Sallvi iron out other major differences between the separate rent control extension bills passed by the two Sickness L psels Ike Agenda hi U S Capital branches of congress The coni jnittee will meci again Saturday in an effort to complete a com promise measure The present rent law expires next Thursday March 31 Both senate and house will have to rat ify any agreement that comes out of the conference committee before a bill can be sent to the White House J5Month Extension The house bill calls for a flat 35month extension of rent con trols The senate measure pro vides for a 12 to 15 month con tinuance That is one of differ ences still to be resolved j Another still unsettled is what to do sbout rent increases The senate bill provides for increases up to Wr in some cases The house bill deals with that situa tion by requiring the government1 GOP FIGHT to fix rent ceilings at a level that would assure landlords a reasonj able return on the reasonable value of their property j Sen John J Sparkman D Ala said one of the conferees suggested that both the provisions be kept in the bill rather than just one or the other There was no decision i Under the home rule provii agreed upon the senate ver sion allowing state legislatures to decontrol all or part of a state March T siuonced Gillars tc serv 10 1o 30 years in prison for broadcasting Nazi propaganda during World War Jl i She also was fined S10000 i The Maineborn woman nowIS is the Kith American tried for treason in the last war and the sixth found guiily of the only crime mentioned in the United WASHINGTON March 2o iT1 Slates of Dwight D Eisenhower is ill and iias been forced to rancfl all official and social engage ments the national military es tablishment announced Friday He has been confined to his apartment in a Washington hotel since Monday Eisenhower president of Co lumbia university is on tempo rary duty as chairman of the joint chiefs of staff The announcement said that the generals doctor Maj Gen Howard Snyder diagnosed his condition as a severe case of acute gastroenleritis Slav j ine i IT rinal Vote 11 her country White but unflinching Miss took the sentence dryeyed with no display of the emotional outbursts that marked her seven week trial i leaves Court room When Judge Edward M Cmran finished the brief words of judgi ment she threw back her head I and walked with swift short steps from the courtroom I Later her half sister Mrs Edna I j Mae Herrick of Conneaut O told newsmen I dont think Ethel Barrymore could have received the verdict any better I Defense Counsel James J Laugblin filed a formal notice of i appeal immediately after the sen tence contending she had not had j a fair trial The maximum sentence for Miss Gillars offense would have been death in the electric chair the 1 minimum five years imprison ment subject to approval by the gover 1030 Year Term As it is the lOto30 year term means that if she behaves she will j WASHINGTON March 25 UP be eligibles for parole after postponed ing 10 years Visiting Delegates jrge C1 While Park ave Global Cultural Unity NEW YORK March 25 thousand pickets i shouting and waving placards marched in the rain outside the I WaldorfAstoria hotel Friday night as the cultural and scientific conference for world peace got under way th antiCommunist demonstrators shuffled along 2000 dinner guests many in evening gowns and tuxedos gathered in the hotels grand ballroom to hear speeches by Russian composer Dmitri Shostakovich Harvard astrono mer Harlow Shapley and other delegates to this three day con by the United States government as a Commu nist front Some Brave Rains A demonstration which had been Peace Confab Boos Editor In T NEW YORK March 25 Some of the 2000 pickets marching about the WaldorfAstoria hotel in New York Oily Friday in protest against socalled world conference of inlellpofiials kneel In prayer beneath 1he placards 1hey Iinvn been carrying on the picket lino Inside delegates called for cultural unify senate Fridav nor was retained However the I ntj on the If her appeal is denied and her j legislature could override the gov SSO000000 European recovery convictton stands she will lose the DM rights of American citizenship The chamber quit for the week They could only be restored by a pnd after Republicans opened a presidential pardon j drive to cut billions from the i Before passing sentence Judge l Curran defense motions for a new trial on the ground that ernors veto The house bill had no such provision Rule The conferees also adopted anj measure Other GOP senators other senate home rule provi sion dealing with decontrol by cities towns and villages i look the occasion to attack the North Atlantic security pact Senate Democratic Leader Scott I W Lucas of Illinois decided on the Quit High the judge gave instruction to wanted her convicted inflammatory the jury and Taft In finding Miss Gillars guilty the jury threw out seven of the eight counts in the governmcnts indictment and convicted on the single count of engaging1 in a broadcast entitled Vision of In vasion Told of Horrors Those political units could scrap i dej Sens Robert A controls in this way R Q and Homer R Capehart 1 A public hearing would have R suggested tp be held and notice given 10 000 and cuts re days n advance spectively 2 After the hearing the govj Political Unity confrof Cation as essentialto economic broadcast beamed to Amer 3 The resolution then would go ican in Mav to the the commur trolled If hition then would go to the federal j political housing expediter who would stimulus to the nations of required to remove controls Europe to pursue n TJ C idamental solution in the political JQ311K111 UHClS House Bill WASHINGTON March 25 prominent roles in the cold WE WANT PEACE Pickets Jeer as Winnie Attends N Y Banquet do not want mit Catholic war veterans Jewish t anv mice i groups and other organizations anj putt braved the drizzle to shout We He was Norman Cousins youngdont want communists here go looking editor of the Saturday Re1 hack to Russa They waved view of Literature i homemade placards whose black Boos hisses and jeers greeted j and red ink blurred in the rain him six times during his prepared The protest matched one during speech But he read it without I tlle afternoon in which some 500 any major interruption i pickets attracted a crowd of There was some applause as he thousands as they sang and prayed on Park Avenue Inside the hotel the capacity aims Shouts boos and hisses al crowd of were turned most drowned out the applause British philosopher however 1 William Olaf Stapledon declare that in England there is a strong i passion for peace and if a The next speaker playwright third war comes we shall not be Lillian Hellman began her address j wholeheartedly against Russia as by saying jwe were against Germany I would recommend Mr j Asks Unity i Cousins that when you talk about jvour hosts at dinner wait until Another speaker at the opening I you have gone home to do it j banquet was Stanislaw Ossowski I professor of sociology at the Uni j The delegates cheered Coiwins 1 or head o a business suit and bow h delcgaticr wno said I tie displayed no reaction ended although his speech was critical of the conference and its Hellmnn Address NEW YORK March 25 Fulton Mr Churchill America More than 300 Communists and Leftists carrying signs and Wants Peace Churchill entered A side entrance with Russia stepped down Friday j chanting send that bundle back of the RitzCarlton and missed the from key positions in the Truman to Britain picketed the of the pickets who were con jCarlton hotel Friday night where centrated at the front of the hotel administration Ambassador Walter B e d o 1 publisher Henry Luce honored for Smith 53 resigned as IT S envoy j mer British Prime Minister Wins Churchill smiled waved and gave his familiar V sign as he stepped from his limousine He to Moscow a post he has held ton Churchill at an informal din since March 1946 Ho is returnmer i paused briefly shook hands with a ing to army scrvce at his regular A hht rain failed to daunt beaming doorman and then went the pickets who carried signs into thft A few pickets ad jing Winston Churchill We that he had arrived man eace No North Atlantic Pact aged to get in a chorus of boos Cousins levelled sharp criticism at the conference only a short time after it was opened by Wil that Poles believe that the Amer ican nation shrinks as much as we do at the thought of a new war We believe that the closer co liam 0 Stapledon an English i operation in the domain of ctil philosopher j ture will enable us to obtain the Stapledon warned America not to count on the allout support of the British people in any against Russia universal brotherhood of nations he said It is a great joy for us as he receives it sphere The committee explained its j T jcr The house bill version rejected cut from the y PTC by the conferees allowed the gov 000000 requested for April May erning body of any state munici and June of this year on the pality or ofher political subdivi1 grounds that the economic cooper III I I sion to decontrol at any time and iation administration has Rt least I1 MJUM it did not require approval by the that much money left over Pres I Franklin D Roosevelt and to Pres i Harry S Truman was detached from that While House assign i ment He will devote his time to writing his memoirs i Their departure however does not mean any change in U S polj icy officials emphasized Pres Truman announced Leahys move at a White House ceremony Want Tcaclicr Kills Fl d rupil slays on Rails Dont Repeat J before he disappeared war to feel that the bond of ideas is stronger than any political or Cousins charged that the group I geographical obstacles than any supporting the conference owes race and language differences Is primary allegiance and duty Deputy Police Inspector Frank not to America but to an outside Fritensky said that 2000 pickets overnment were marching at pm and ithat 150 policemen were on hand IT S Wants Peace 1 There was no violence except for Americans want peace he dei one brief fist fight between a clared They will work for peace j Brooklyn war veteran and a heck and they will sacrifice for peace j ler Police stopped that quickly Among the pickets were several But they do not want peace at any I and both heckler and the picket persons passing out circulars isLrice if the price of peace is in1 departed sued by state headquarters of the justice they will reject peace j Started at 11 am If the price of peace is living See Page 3 Column 2 governor The conference committee pro than in cases Study Price Drops NEW The during which he presented the WASHINGTON March 25 grand old man with a Licked once but still confident I gold star in lieuof a third dis It said it had studied recent Rep John Rankin D Miss l Unguishod service medal Picture engineer wa price drops closely but they bounced back Friday with a new i of dO r l YORK March 25 found strangled to American Labor party and headed Why we picket here tonight Mr Churchill is not here on a purely social visit the circulars said A detail of almost 100 policemen were on hand to handle the pickets who generally were orderly death Gen Smith is due to be named ritips towns anrl villa cos UL significant j veterans pension bill to replace the j one killed by the house 24 hours commander of the first army rent curbs from a major portion Eoth hollse and senate bills proj before Friday in her Park a police named as her slayer a Siyearold NEW YORK March 25 NYN Churchill arrived in New York from Washington Fri day all smiles over the trip that The demonstration started at 11 j am and continued into the eve ning I Dr Shapley conference chair i man emphasized in a preconfer I ence press conference that the par I leys only purpose was to bring peace and understanding between i the United States and Russia I The events of the day indicated WASHINGTON March 25 it was dojng just the opposite The tone of the press conference Russ Top U S Air Output WASHINGTON March 25 NYN Top secret reports from behind Moscows iron curtain re i LVi Ul til j of the official rental area the vide Ulnds for 15 additional months with headquarters at Governors teacher who killed himself bej produced still another evidence of veal that Russian military air housing expediter also must decon trol any unincorporated locality i of Marshall plan aid beginning Ap 3 He said it would provide a Island New York His successor i neath a subway train for World War I servicei in the Moscow post has not yet The victim Mrs Helen Rein in the remainder of the area The s53SO6oO000 a cut of ismen at age 65 so long as their inj been selected Diplomats are spec berg 51 was found amid luxury boundaries of rental areas are fixed by expediter Other incorporated communities approved the creation of a new in the remainder of the rental area fund to guarantee American inj would still be subject to federal j vestments abroad up to comes do not exceed 2000 if lulating that the state department i surroundings a necktie knotted iOOO from the administration re or 3000 jf married or withwill recommend that Mr Truman around her neck quest But the house committee I dopendents i choose a professional diplomat for Assistant Chief Det Insp Con a rroi t irtn a nimtr Killed Proposal the job rad Rothengast said she was killed Only Thursday the house de Recent Months i by lose Del Pino a former univer sity Spanish teacher Dies Under Train iu i cjcwi item o AuuiiiaLii u wi v provides i posai which originally called for period immediately after the end Police said Del Pino died Thtirs to veterans i of the war he was regarded asdav beneath the wheels of a when they highly influential in advising the ain J A 6y president on foreign policy al well said h committed the railroad rent curbs unless they acted 000 thus more than balancing its j cided bv the margin of one vole I Adm Leahy has not been very pendently to decontrol jcut in actual aid funds to Rankins mutilated pro active in recent months but in the The conferees also agreed to The senate measure provides p0sai which original keep a senate provision which lets SI150000000 for April May and sgoamonth pensions the individual states take over the June of this year and oj wars rent control program 000 for the following 31 months American hospitality inside the hotel was hostile as Shapley introduced the heads of craft production in 1948 topped I tne pussian and other delegations On the way over on the liner j that of the United States almost j and caned on reporters to save their critical questions for answer at the panel discussions Saturday the but Queen Elizabeth it seems statesman had asked for couldnt bottle of 1813 brandy and settled for some 1838 stuff three to one While some American experts doubt the accuracy of the Soviet statistics most are convinced the new figures provide the best avail able picture of what the Reds are On way to Washington Thurs doi to rearm in the air day he was surprised and The reports say Russia produced ciative of a bottle of 1811 brandy jet fighter planes last year WEATHER RAMPAGE Roaring Tornadoes Kill 7 Hurt 54 in South Area reach 65 Rankin had declared then By ASSOCIATKD PRESS Seven Mississippi and Louisiana The churning thunderstorms into the plains states threatening followup blows Six of the dead were in Missis sippi and one in Texas An early morning tornado which ripped up four communities near Greenville Miss killed three persons and Injured at least 22 The victims were all Negroes Three other persons died in Mississippi blows and an addi tional 12 were injured in Missis sippi and Louisiana Later in the day an El Paso Tex painter was blown off a That kills this legislation for this c o n g r e s K But overnight he changed his mind He told his col leagues he was introducing the new bill at the request of one of the great veterans organizations Rankin did not identify that proup but his original bill bore the indorsement of the American was blown down the legion After their threeday battle over the old pension bill house mem bers were not very talkative about miles southwest of Fort Worth the reviva effort another 18 persons were injured in a tornado as on armed forces problems about two and Sunday Outside a group of high school girls marched in a circle singing America Only a few blocks from the Waldorf more than 300 Commu nist sympathizers and other left igns and chanting in Rep Olin E Teagne D Tex1 HigTwinds injured one person Played the key role Thursday Dallas and caused heavy damjin off the first Ranwn age there and in the north Texas i measure told a reporter that tne towns of Seymour and Benjamin proposed 42 monthly pensions al1 proof positive th El Paso was bombarded by i ready are available to orld ar tion certainly was winds up lo 65 miles an hour and 1 veterans if they have a 10 per thn blowing sand at times limited ccnt disability visability to a quarter of mile i Current Law Under current law he said R man who served in 191718 can get j 560 monthly at age 55 if he is j in nerd and has a 60rJ disability Fort Worth was drenched by rains flooding the streets and stalling traffic A flood warning for the Upper Trin ity river was issued by the Dallas weather bureau or lho same amount at age 60 if Floods and the threat of floods the disability is 50r still menaced grazing lands far Tengur a highly decorated com roof by high winds during one nnrth in the iceblocked bat veteran of the Inst war said the worst standstorms that city Yellowstone river territory these payments to 133400 World Yellowstone waters surged overWar I veterans cost the govern 10000 acres of pasture land in mrnt SI01000000 last year British Isles Still Cant Defeat Those Colonists CAMBRIDGE Mass March 25 from Cam bridge university England argued Thursday the American revolution was a mistake They debated the subject with a Harvard team and the Har that the United Stales as it is today is that the revolu was no won the judges nods 2 to 1 Debaters on both sides pre sented many serious points to support their positions but they also managed to get a lot of fun into the argument One Britisher George William Pattison said if America hadnt broken free from Britain youd still be able to make a decent cup of tea Another Cambridge man Detectives had been seeking him the way back tomorrow U S factories turned out 7081 Yum yum put this in a fighters and 786 pursuit planes onwith conventional engines a total jof 1494 Henry Luce British Prime See Page 3 Column 8 l for questioning unaware at first that he was dead Del Pino left a suicide Rothengast said In it he said the woman broke my heart by spurning his affections The inspector said Del Pino had given language lessons to Mrs Reinberg for three years j It indicated Rothengast said that Del Pino once taught at j AT N Y PEACE MEET Reds Rap U S Intimidation By UNITED PRESS i April 20 and a Brazilian peace congress in Moscow radio denounced the state departI Rio de Janeiro on April 9 The U S embassy in Prague disclosed that Brown university at Providence ment and the American prftss Friday for in i R I at an institution in Middle here Also nt Apartment Police said Mrs Reinberg biiry Vt and at Columbia univer timidating delegates to the cultural and scien tific congress for world peace in New York Moscow and spokesmen in some of the iron heaped invective on the A Prague Czechoslovakia Communist newspaper called it an interna tional scandal Moscow was especially bitter about refusal curtain countries i met several women at her apart j ment Monday night The man they American attitude had sought police said also was at the apartment that night The body was found by the apartment superintendent who had noticed an accumulation of of the state department to issue visas for all in Greece it had refused a visa to Miltiades Porfyrogenis minister of justice in the democratic Greek government the Communist guerilla regime to attend the New York meeting The Prague press immediately reported that Profyrogenis had sought to tell the truth about Greece He was quoted as saying This would be most fitting in the lajid of the imperialists who fi nance and direct the bloody civil war and terror newspapers and milk bottles out1 of thg wno wanted to attend It called j Some visas had been refused to delegates in s husband refusal an attempt to conceal from Amerj France and Britain while those for Bulgarian side the door Mrs i tav is vice president of the Cerro public opinion the sweeping and allcmbrac j delegates arrived too late iDepasco Cooper Corp of iing character of the movement for peace j Moscow said this was because of fear that on the Mexican border ever experienced A woman in Fl Paso sufforrf has gravely informed hjudges and the worlds largest Hn is in Lima northeastern Montana between the Toague admitted thai needy vet broken arm and other of Sidney and Fairvicw ierns must be cared for the Harvard men that he was Peru addressing thTn in English The with which you have some slight dincrhte connection JVassar jnr followed wooklong references to plans of the warmongers would be exposed business said peace congresses throughout the world The Prague newspapers accused the U S student at Two moro woro announced the world government of discrimination and said refusal Congress of the partisans of peace in Paris on to grant the visas was an international scandal ;

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