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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS luteraonntato Network Station KALL Monday Through rrlday WEATHER Partly cloudy Continued on Page 26 SALT LAKE FRIDAY AUGUST 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Warden Purges Utah Trusties Evacuates 39 Honor Prisoners To Crowded Sugar House Site State Prison Warden Mason Hill virtually cleaned out point of the mountain honor camp Thursday returning 39 trusties behind the high stone walls at Sugar House The unannounced exodus started at 11 while a search was on in Davis county orchards for the two most recent Henry and Dawson Warden Hill left only 35 inmates at the all men who have dates set for parole or He left the entire complement of guards at the He said Im moving the boys back to Sugar I want to show everyone how theyre being stacked His James All therell be no more But were herding the men in here like The he are be ing shoehorned into every avail able Shortly after their arrival aboard a closelyguarded the inmates were shaken down and assigned to new Use Women Quarters Guards set up 40 cots in a loft above the main quarters which have been vacant since they were used for women inmates 18 years Three decks of guard corridors in the main prison building were Posse Combs Davis Hills For Convicts By CLARK LOBB five Utah armed with everything from revolvers to sub machine conducted a gruel unsuccessful search in this area Thursday for two men be lieved to be escapees from the Utah filled with 10 cots to a state The Davis A heavy patrol was set up Thurs pointed is the only passage way open for regular guard pa He said the reason the extra facilities are being prepared is to accommodate more Mailing Extra Room Warden did not day night in an area four miles north of Bountiful in case the pair attempted to make a run for it after The men are thought to be armed with two 3030 rifles and 100 AllDay Search Jeeps and an airplane were called into the allday whether he intended to clean i search of rugged mountains and out the honor camp He said he is making the extra room in Davis said the move was extremelv but appar ently the only thing that could be He expressed fear of the growing resentment of the men over the The he have been working hard at the farm and do not ike being brought The other inmates do not like the extra he Davis said 20 of the re turned trusties will be forced to share one washbowl andone toilet in the old womens Toilet Facilities Scarce In the similar condi tions will be forced on the he Because of the he 34 oldtime inmates are be ing shifted into one small Some of the men are sleeping in his he Warden Hill said the carefullytilled crops at point ofthemountain will burn up and be He said he did not know how long the change would but pointed out ic would last until the entire affair is straightened The trusties from tiic point found a strained welcome waiting for them when they stepped from the trucks in the prison All had their personal bedding and with Many carried little wooden tables and benches they had made with scraps of wood at the All seemed to have more clothing than the other Expiration of Draft Dated 50 brushchoked flatlands after the men staged a series cf burglaries in Bountiful early stole a 1949 model then escaped a hail of bullets before the truck failed to negotiate a curve and crashed into an orchard just north of Davis A torn blue shirt with snap but tons found at the accident was identified by Warden Mason as property of Henry Per who walked away from the prison farm at Sugar House Tuesday morning with Dawson I CheckingFingerprints Salt Lake City police fingerprint was checking prints taken from the wrecked truck to discover definitely whether the two men are the escaped Bountiful Marshal John De Land chased the duo at speeds ex ceeding 80 miles an hour and fired at least four shots at the truck shortly before it crashed into the orchard and tipped over on its The men apparently were not in jured At least they were able to flee ths accident and hide all day from a group of prison guards and highway the Bountiful jeep several Davis county peace interested citizens and crew of a Stole Food Before the wild chase with Mar shal DeLand shortly after 4 the men are believed to have stolen guns and ammunition from one Bountiful firm and enough food from a Bountiful grocery store to last them two The marshal spotted them at a service station in where they stole the and began the hectic The escaping men fired but failed to hit the mar shals Marshal DeLand hit the truck four but the shots Senate Vote Kills Spain Share In ERP Outlay Barkley Rules OutAid Bid UnderNew Legislation 4 senate Thursday voted tentatively to erase a provision of the foreign aid spending bill earmarking for Spain after angry debate in which European Recovery Administrator Paul Hoffman was accused of The 55 to 36 vote to bar Spain from this countrys foreign aid program came on a ruling by Vice Alben Barkley that the item was new legislation and had no place in an appropriations TwoThirds Needed The grantinaid to Spain now can be revived only if twothirds of the senate votes to suspend the senate rules and then goes ahead and approves the Senate leaders were confident they could beat back any such The vote apparently cleared the way for early final action on the foreign aid bill which carries funds for the second installment of the Marshall It was the second big victory for the which previ ously killed an amendment to ear mark onefourth of the European Recovery funds for surplus Ameri can farm Major Issues Those were the two major issues in dispute last week when the sen Truman Bows To Limited Arms Power Frisked for Possible Escape Hands in the a trusty from pointofthemountain prison farm is frisked before being sent to new quarters at the Sugar House Guard James is going through flic mans while Guard checks him 4 were not enough to stop the speed Unless an unforeseen emergency j the peacetime draft of The groceries and three of six manpower for the armed forces guns stolen were found at the ac is expected to expire June j cident Another A closed door conference on the i also was located indicating subject was held Thursday by the I the men have rifles and five senate armed senice committee boxes of ammunition m their pos with Army Gordon Gray and Gen Lawton Collinsk vice chief Because the men are of saff for the There have most of the searchers said they been no draft calls by the armed would not hesitate to shoot at the forces since last January because bandits should they run into any All agreed the ap there have been sufficient volun tary See Page Column 1 Solons Weigh New Farm Subsidy Plan 4 compromise farm part of the subsidy program spon sored by of Agriculture Charles tenta tive approval Thursday from a bi partisan senate Clinton Anderson former secretary of agri got the consent of his drafting offer the compromise to the full agriculture It would authorize some of the production payments farmer subsidies asked by Brannan but would apply them to a limited number of farm chiefly fresh fruits and Brannan proposed that perish able farm products be allowed to reach their own market without government price to benefit Other major provisions of the Anderson bill would Continue for next year the 90 of parity supports for tobacco and basic Authorize price props at from 75 to 90 of parity for oats and a long list of other Revise the present basis of computing a parity price intended to give a farm product the same relative purchasing power it had in a past favorable period by add ing hired farm labor DEFY BAIT YANKS French Reds Call Atlantic Pact Protest PARIS Au 4 arrived heze by plane from Communist leaders Thursday night called on their followers to defy police orders and assemble outside the American embassy Friday in a dignified demonstra tion against the Atlantic The demonstration was planned to coincide wtih the visit here of the American joint chiefs of staff for a series of conferences to or ganize Atlantic pact defenses with military leaders of Bel The Netherlands and Portu The American Omar army chief of Louis chief ing American policy as designed of naval operations and Hoyt I to make France a battlefield for Lopcton Despite a police ban on the Communist the R e d controlled organization fighters for peace and liberty Thursday night published a state ment inviting Parisians to as semble in the broad Place de la Concorde Friday at noon and demonstrate by their presence and their numbers that they do net subscribe to a policy far from avoiding risks provok ing As part of The protests were circulated in factories and workingclass neigh borhoods in the Paris Paris police banned the demon stration on grounds it had no his torical precendent and undsr French required special permits which had not been re The police emphasized their de termination to prevent the dem onstration in a special communi que Thursday which declared that prison sentences would be meted out to participants in unau thorized signed protests were to be pre1 The chiefs of staff arrived sentcd to Bradley condemn at Orly airfield shortly after noon Thursday in Harry S Tru mans personal the Inde air force chief of aggressive war against BARE MAJORITY9 GOP Names Magnate of To National Chairman Post 4 Guy George 58year old New Jersey lawyerindustri was elected chairman of the Republican national committee Thursday by a bare majority after a stiff allday The vote was 52 for Gahrielson to 47 for Axel farmer of South and one for Bert Nebras ka state chairman and Scotts Bluff real estate There were 102 members pres ent or represented by proxy and the committee counsel had ruled that 52 votes were needed to Only 100 votes were cast because Gabrielson and both commit teemen from their Howard is not a member of the Succeeds Scott Gabrielson succeeds Hugh Scott of a Thomas Dewey who bowed to demands that he quit in the inter est of ing onl of a fouryear Thepost car ries no Gabrieson was a 1948 supporter of Robert Taft of Ohio for the presidential Abiii Shotwell of who had voted for switched his vote before the result was announced to put Gabrieloon Then the usual motion to make the election unanimous was made by Roy who had voted for and it Most of the members who voted to oust Scott at Omaha last Janu but failed 50 to backed But Swedenborn newcomer Lu the drew surprising support from those wanting a westerner and from some eastern and southern opponents of Omaha Some committee men had pre dicted that Thursdays decision would be Omaha all over again because of the closeness of the They figured it would pro mote the same dissension as that which beset after his pledget he would be a completely impartial He said now on there will be no factions or groups Gabrielsons opposition concen trated its support behind Beck after a futile last minute move to get Charles Halleck of Indi ana to defended Scott against continued sniping from within the commit tee and said he had made a good Neal Tourtellottc of Wash Two other dramatic moves pre ington staie Horace ceded the single roll call Harry Sommers of Georgia moved to reject Scotts resigna Sayre of Oklahoma seconded this but Scott refused to recon ate broke off several days of de accept bate and adopted a motion by John U McClellan and sent the bill back to the appropria tions committee for 4 Harry S Truman said Thursday doesnt care if conr gress fails to give him blankcheck power to arm any foreign coun tries he But he opposed any compromise on the amount re And he asked for speedy Replying to reporters questions at a news the presi dent also Said Eleanor Roosevelt has made her annual courtesy of fer to resign as a member of the delegation to the United Na but that hes not going to McClellan said he would do the same thing over again except that he did not think it would do any He said the measure will not protect the taxpayers without leg islative and that he will not be a party to squandering this The lobbying charge was hurled at Hoffman fay Chairman Kenneth McKtllmr tion submitted shortly before He j and his resignation was ac cepted on motion of Creagsr Scott Warns GOP To End Strife Hugh Scott formally re signed as chairman of the Re publican n a ti o a 1 committee Thursday with a glovesoff warn ing to GOP leaders to stop party harmony after servsquabbling among themselves and v a little more than a year start winning or face He also fired a parting shot at Harry S whom he termed the Typhoid Harry of man leading the na tion into a police state without even realizing Scott delivered his resignation and the tonguelashing to a special meeting of the Republican national committee called to elect his suc Guy New Jersey national was the candidate chosen to succeed Scott at a stormy youthful Philadelphia congressman picked for the party chairmanship last year by Thomas Dewey of New stepped down in the face of a bit ter intraparty dispute that has been boiling up ever since the stun ning GOP defeat in Deweys race for the Facing the national committee many of whom nad led an oustScott the retiring chairman challenged them to see to it that his resignation really paves the way for GOP We should be serving only the of the opposition if we con tinue quarreling among if we indulge much longer in use less recrimination about the con duct of the last he of Beck of South Dakota arose and said he was to step aside if the other major can didate Gabrielson did Gabrielson remained silent and the went on to the hairline de Gasrielaon was born in Sicux but moved to New Jersey to practice law after grad uating from the University of Iowa and He owns an asbestos mine and is a director of half a dozen other industrial con He served four terms in the New Jersey state assembly and was speaker in his fourth He was chairman of the New Jersey Re publican campaign in He has been a member of the national committee since ate one of his angriest shortly be fore Barkley handed down this ruling on the Spanish Highest Authority McKellar said he had learned on highest authority that Hoffman visited senators Wednesday and Thursday in alleged violation of the federal antilobbying The statute prescribes jail sentences and fines ranging up to one year and 3500 under certain circum After pointing out that the law requires members of congress to request such conferences before administrators can visit them re garding McKellar chal lenged senators on the floor to say who asked Hoffman to come down here When no one he said Hoffman was lobbying with sena tors yesterday and Not Seen Talking The EGA who nssosed both the farm sur plus and Spanish was seen outside the senate chamber by reporters but he was not actually seen talking with The test on Barkleys ruling on Spain was forced by Pat Mc Carran chief sponsor of the after senate Democratic leader Scott Lu protested that it amounted to new Lucas argued that the provision was legislation on an appropria tions bill and would infringe on the jurisdiction of the senate for eigns relations committee which wrote the basic law governing the Marshall Barkley sustained his He said Spain did not meet the test for economic aid under tiie original Policy Report Announced that the jState de partment will publish Friday a Truman Says Paper on China Will Clarify Stand of 4 UP Harrv S Truman announced Thursday that the State depart ment will publish Friday a frank and factual record of American relations with Americas in China has been subject to considerable mis distortion and mis he He ex pressed hope that publication of the white paper will provide a new basis for an informed and intelli gent public opinion on the whole The State department distrib uted for publication at 8 mountain standard Friday a thick volume dealing with the whole history of AmericanChinese relations over more than a cen but concentrating on the last five which culminated in In his Truman made clear that a chapter in American policy toward China is ending and that of State Dean Acheson and he are now confronted with the task of work ing cut new The American government up to big volume of relations with He said the aim is to insure that our Far Eastern policy shall be based on an informed public and to clear and mis understanding concerning Amer icas past policies in Said it will be at least the next session of congress before anythingis done about repealing1 the wartime things like theater and telephone service be cause the subject will require a great deal of study by Smilingly remarked that all he knows about any improvement in the economic situation is what he reads in the But he added that even the Wall Street Journal says there has been an Doesnt Know Hunt Denied knowing James who has been mentioned in a senate investigation of five per centers people who help other people get and denied receiving any match folders from Truman made the denials after being told that Hunt bought from a Louis match firm 2500 match folders inscribed swiped from Harry S Here is what the president said about the foreign See Page Column 1 Probers Hear Agent Helped Client 4 James Washington man agement counselor whose business dealings are under scrutiny by senators investigating five per said Thursday he once saved a client by getting the army to repossess a million DDT He said he got from the or about of the money he claimed he saved his unnamed Hunt broke his silence on the investigation in an printed and copyrighted by the Washington Evening In he declared emphatically that he had never sold his services to clients on the basis of inside Information or inside and said he didnt know anybody in the government who can be in fluenced in the slightest Since openinghis office years he estimated had grossed between and And in all that with all this talk about five percent he I have never been he had been reluctant j paid a 5 commission on any con to reveal certain facts about China because their publication might served to hasten the events in China which have now In the present he the mutual interests of the United States and China require full and frank discussion of the It is only in this way that the people of the country and their representatives in congress can have the understanding necessary Communist conquest cf much of to nound evolution of our for Jwt sign in the far I have never collected on any contract involving a contin gent fee based on any sale to A senate investigating subcom mittee headed by Clyde Hoey will open hear ngs Monday after weekt of pre iminary inquiry into the opera tions of Washington five per The term to per sons who undertake to get gov jrnment contracts for and fnarge a fee for doing 5 of the   

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