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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1965, Salt Lake City, Utah                             Tribune Phones News departments 3631511 information scores 3557511 business advertising circula tion departments 3631525 Vol 190 No 135 jalt City Utah Friday Morning February 26 1965 Its Heating Up Salt Iake City and Utah Continued fair and warmer in the afternoon on Friday Weather map Is on Page C5 Utah Approves Bills For Schools Bonds Democrats Unite In Senate Ballot By 0 N Malmquist Tribune Political Editor Utahs Legislature Thursday cleared its two key fiscal hurdles The Senate passed the Houseapproved bill to authorize a 67milliondollar bond issue for a fiveyear building program Soon thereafter the House passed the Senateapproved public school financing program Close to Program The bonding bill was recommended by the governor And the school finance bill was rea sonably close to the governors recommended program One question mark was left dangling from the bonding bill Two a Democrat and the other a notice they may ask for reconsideration Friday The bond measure HB 64 cleared the Sen ate on a partyline vote with one Republican voting aye to be in a position to ask for re consideration Thus the bill will be held in the Senate until Friday but there appeared to be little likelihood that the body would reverse its stand The rollcall vote showed 16 for the Democrats and Sen Byron R Rampton 11 Republicans against The Demo crat who served notice he may ask for reconsideration was Sen David R Waldron of Tremonton Renew Attack Republicans who mounted an assault on the bonding program Wednesday when the bill was advanced to third reading re newed the attack Thursday with Sens Charles Welch Jr of Salt Lake City Dixie Leavitt of Ce dar City and Wallace H Gard ner of Spanish Fork leading the charge They argued that the state could carry on an adequate building program without re sorting to debt that adoption of the bonding program would launch the state on a deficit fi nancing course which would grow in the future and that the present Legislature should face up to the problem and balance whatever budget it approved Trip to Woodshed Sen Leavitt said he was dis turbed by a feeling that the members were not using their best judgment in all cases but were reacting to trips to the Democrat ic caucuses Sen Frank Brown ing a strong advo cate of bonding and some other Democrats reminded the Repub licans that the woodshed was See Page 6 Column 1 GOP Merit Try Fails in House By Jerome K Full Tribune Staff Writer Public school finance edi passed by the Utah House Thursday Its approval was never in doubt The only challenge to the substance of the bill came with a Republican move to tie part of the increase to a teacher merit program The effort was beat back by the Democratic majority Amendments adopted by the House require the bills return to the Senate None of the House changes will have any major effect on the esti mated iay2 million dollar increase in school costs next year and an additional the following year Higher Than Present After July 1 1966 Utah schools will be Press Wirephoto Nicholas Katzenbach Ac tion within legal limits Jurors Indict Red Party In 15Year Signup Rift By David Kraslow Los Angeles Times Writer WASHINGTON The Com munist Party was indicted anew Thursday by a federal grand jury here in another chapter of a 15year struggle to force dis closure of the partys member ship and sources of income The party was charged again with violating the Subversive Ac tivities Control Act of 1950 by failing to register with the Jus tice Department as a Commun istaction organization Complies With Edict Atty Gen Nicholas Katzen bach made clear that the new indictment was designed to meet the objection made by the US Court of Appeals in revers ing a 1962 conviction of the par ty in a similar case The new indictment contains 11 counts charging the party with failing to register on each of the 11 days from Feb 13 to Feb 23 of this year A 12th count charged that the party failed o file a supplemen tary statement including a list of members names aliases and addresses a list ofprinting presses and reproduction ment controlled by the party and an accounting of all money received and spent Maximum Maximum penalty on each count is a fine The law specifies that each day of fai lure to register is a separate of fense After 11 years of exhaustive legal fencing the US Supreme Court finally ruled in October 1961 that the party had to regis ter by the folkiwing Nov 20 It didnt and on Dec 1 was indicted by a grand jury in Washington for failing to regis ter The party was convicted in 1962 and fined but a year later the appeals court overturned the conviction The court held that party offi cials had the right to invoke the Fifth Amendment against possi ble selfincrimination Todays Chuckle If communism is as wonder ful as the Communists claim you would think theyd take down the iron curtains and put in some picture windows UN Has Cake An5 Cant Eat It Los Angeles Times Service operating on a program higher than at present Gov Calvin L Rampton had urged a programscaling the combined state and local efforts by in one year Thus the programnow nearly through the legislative maze will achieve a total cost after two years close to that recommended by the governor Thesting in tax outlay will be softened by coming in two installments House Republicans voted sol idly for an amendment to ear mark 29 per cent of the increase for an acrosstheboard teacher pay hike reserving 28 per cent for incentive pay to the best qualified and most able teach rs Rep Ashel Manwaring D Vernal was the sole Democrat io break parry ranks in voting for the amendment His party argued that the bill would bare y meet school needs without funds for a merit plan Three Opposed On the final vote all but three Republicans voted for the bill They were Representatives Frank V Nelson Salt Ferdinand E Peterson Salt Lake and Ross Plant Rich It is said Rep Nel son beyond the means and ability of the state Although many Republicans were critical of the bills cost they made no effort on the floor to substitute a leaner public school finance bill Nor did the Democrats many of whom thought the bill a minimum ef fort urge the substitution of a more expensive program Rival bills proposing alternatives were subsequently killed The House did accept moves by Democratic members to Eliminate a ceiling of 57 per cent for teacher salary In creases from the increased rev enue make technical changes In the transportation allowance and to increase the halfday summer kindergarten program from six to nine weeks Rejects Motions But It rejected motions by Re publican members to increase the amount of equalization by tapping some of the richer dis tricts and to increase the taxing power for board leeway The House heard earlier in the day from representatives of the State Board of Education the Joint Legislation Committee of the Utah School Boards Assn and the State Board of Educa tion the School Boards Assn the Womens Legislative Counci and the League of Women Vot ers All testified to the need for beefing up the school program most endorsing the more expen lts Thursday but couldnt eat it A giant fruit cake was sent by target OTkH T5 IT J to the delegates but the cake was nedy Airport The cake itself weighs e 4foot n box that protects it weighs I pounds in all Predicament INDIANAPOLIS weatherman learned about Thursdays blizzard the hard way He couldnt even get out of his driveway E s c a 1 Bennett chief meteorologist at Indianapolis gave up after a try with his snow shovel Price Ten Gents Violent Storm Cripples Sweeps East sive of the school bills three contending UEA Absent absent from the were representa of the Utah Education Assn It has been the occasiona of Republican session Rep Franklin W Gunnell R K cnu i L i lanolin IK too big to fit through the doors at Logan said the Republicancon epucancon 10 a comerence headquarters So it retrolled Legislature of 1963 had oa Nam and also calling for d m a warehous a mamed m a warehouse at Kenvoted teacher pay increases av eraging the UEA 170 called a strike The people of state are wondering world is going to Snow wasnt the only thing clogging Gary Ind highways Thursday Stalled trucks antos line Press Wirephoto up lor blocks All were victims of vicions cold wave which swept through the Midwest Thant Told North Viets Receptive to Mediation By Milton Besser Associated Press Writer UNITED NATIONS NY Viet Nam has told j cool to negotiations and Britain supported the United States They could not say whether the Soviet Union had responded to Thant The Soviet Union and SecretaryGeneral U Thant it is The Soviet Union and receptive to the idea of Wednesday howey receptive to the idea of peace negotiations UN sources said Thursday night He got that word they said before he disclosed at a news conference Wednesday that he had made proposals looking to ward a political solution to the war in South Viet Nam He made a new appeal for negotia tions Thursday The informants said his pro posals dealt with procedure for talks to set another Genevatype conference on Viet Nam They said Thant submitted the proposals Feb 12 or 13 to North Viet Nam France the United States Britain and the Soviet sallies Union issued Feb 12 is when Thant a statement suggesting a dialogue among the main parties leading to a conference er they favored a conference on Viet Nam Thant did not contact Com munist China because it is not a Gales Ice Snow Hit Worst Still to Come By Associated Press State of Emergency Declared A state of emergency was declared in Gary Ind 14 inches of snow fell All private cars were orfSd Sthe seete Huge snowfallsup to 17 inchesaccompanied by wind gusts blinded pedestrians blockaged highways and closed schools throughout the fivestate area Schools also were closed in upstate New York Ohio and Wisconsin Heres a statebystate rouri dup Tennessee Schools closed throughout the state with two foot snowdrifts reported in west S Viet Talk US Hurls Cold Water By Lewis Gulick Associated Press Writer ern Tennessee d e s cribed as the worst of the sea now add Reds the south American position presented to Red China to m Yanks Cheer As Bombs Blast Cong By Edwin Q White Associated Press Writer SAIGON VIET M at this time Wednesdays USChinese am bassadorial meeting in Warsaw Poland Rusk reported and the Chinese gave their stock reply Peking is demanding a prompt and unconditional US pullout from Viet Nam Water Rush spoke at a news confer ence after President Johnson for the second day in a row pubticly dumped cold water on recurrent talk about negotiating with the Communists on Viet Nam The missing piece vital to any diplomatic settlement of the war is Communist refusal to give up aggression in southeast Asia Rusk said adding A negotiation aimed at the acceptance or the confirmation of aggression is not possible A negotiation which simply ends in bitterness and hostility merely adds to the danger Peace Efforts The Secretarys news confer ence his first since Dec 23 highlighted a day of Washington activity concerning both the fighting in Viet Nam and non US efforts to get peace talks going Earlier Mr Johnsons rejec tion of negotiations at this time only Michigan Blinding snow all and driving a nearstandstill Eight was inches reported at Detroit at port and some of the cv 0 schools shut down for the first time in years crippled in Chicago as 10inches of snow Piled up Citys public school remained open but most subur ban called off classes Hardest Hit hardest hit with up to 17 inches of snow Most Only Cong positions when mumst unina because it is not a jets rounding out a week of acTh oevituu f member of any UN body and five warfare They blasted tar tS PnPOSal nan Tin BiitrirMiHr he had no authority to make such a contact He left it to the United States to inform South Viet Nam military restraint in the mean The UN tive They noted that the uimeu SeePageS Column 6 States has shown publicly it was Romanian Blast Kills 41 Miners BUCHAREST ROMANIA explosion in the coal mines of Uricani in western Romania killed 41 miners and injured 16 the news agency Ag erpress reported Thursday The report said the disaster occurred Tuesday when in flammable fumes exploded Thr report was based on a government announcement lis ting the dead and injured It of fered no explanation why disclo sure of the accident was with held Off to Good Head Start No Children Medics Have Brainchild PHILADELPHIA going on in a womans brain may have a great influence on whether she will bear children two University of Pennsyl vania researchers said Thursday It may soon be possible they said to give a barren woman a drug that gently will stimulate the proper partof her brain and make her fertile It has been known for some time that some previously barren women became pregnant after treatment with hormones A known as gonadotropins But multiple births of twins triplets and even have resulted Now Dr Samuel M McCann 33 pro fessor of physiology at Penn and Arnand P S Dhariwal a research associate re port separation from the part of the brain called the hypothalamus of substitute which stimulates the pituitary gland into producing hormones essential to ovulation egg and which acts on the pituitary to produce folliclestimulating hormones which also play a vital role hi the repro ductive process The stimulating substance however are much less complex in biological structure than the gonadotropin hor mones This leads McGinn to predict that they can be manufactured artificially without great difficulty providing a more predictable way of controlling fertility than is possible with treatment by gonadotropins themselves et areas in the Mekong Delta a coastal jungle and the central highlands American crewmen exulted though effectiveness of the raids is difficult to evaluate and the Red guerrillas seemed undet erred in a campaign to slash across Viet Nam from the sea to the Cambodian frontier Boosts Morale Typical was the reaction of Capt Enos Chabat of Richmond Calif The pilot of a twinengine B57 medium bomber he re turned beaming to Bien Hoa Air Base from a fourplane ftiray against the Viet Cong We just do our jobs he said but you can see this has given our morale a boost As thrust and parry o the war went on Lt Gen Nguyen Khanh flew to Hong Kong on his way to New York to present South Viet Nams case at the United Nations He planned to rest for a week at the British crown colony with his family FullHonor Sendott The new roving ambassador was dispatched with full honors by the officers who deposed him last weekend as commander of the Vietnamese armed forces Several embraced him and wept Premier Phan Huy Quat wished the little exstrongman well and again proclaimed South Viet Nams resolve to resist Comminist aggression He said in an airport speech we are a peaceloving people but thoroughly determined to defend our light to survival Background Data Rusk began his lateafternoon session with reporters by read Page 2 Column 4 asked about General U schools in emergency state closed vehicles per mitted on Gary roads and Na tional Guard called out to help stranded motorists throughout northern part of state schools See Page 5 Column 4 This Infants On th Bottle Los Angeles Times Service WILMINGTON Lynette Wadlow born Sunday in Torrance Memorial Hospital 13 definitely going to be a bottle fed baby her 20yearold mother affirmed Thursday Lynette was born with one sharp incisor tooth and shes got another one just about ready to break through said the moth er Mrs Betty Wadlow So Im not going to take any chances Shes definitely going on the bottle Mrs Wadlow band Graydon and her 21 said their other daughter Yvonne 21 months started sprouting teeth when she was 4 months Tallying The Tribune One Martini Never Hurt Be Quiet Olives Bugged are learning that the martini at a Washington cocktail party may be loaded with more than gin and vermouth Like for example a hidden microphone Or If not that the party on the other side of the table may be bend ing an ear for a juicy tidbit of off thecuff news Just a little some thing to spread so other people will think the listener is in the know The cocktail party In the national capitol has backfired No longer is U a occasion to relax affes Mums the Word work RATHER the afternoon gatherings have becoma an ex tension of work like the man taking a briefcase home at the end of the day At least thats what Mary McGrory says on HANDY GUIDE TO THE INSIDE A Theatrical Picture Pages 1415 Editorial Comment Page 16 SECTION C Garden Talk Page 2 Classified Ads Pages 615 SECTION B Television Listings Page 3 Tops in Comics Page 6 SECTION B Basketballs Page 1 Business Today   

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