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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS iBtormoontaia Network Station KALL Throofh Fritoy WEATHER with Wtb temperature w tt 166 SALT LAKE TUESDAY SEPTEMBER PRICE FIVE CENTS Committee Urges Warden Ouster Lee Probers Give Prison Seek Early Finish of Point Immediate uibcuarge of Warden Mason Kill is one of the recommendations contained in the final report of the special investigating committee on the Utah prUoa adopted at a meeting Monday in the The committee also recommended that at the earliest possible date we complete the entire prison at the Point of the Mountain so that within a year we can abandon the Sugar House The investigators said this recommendation grows out of developments of the last six months which demonstrate that the HILL SILENT Lee Declines Probe Stand I said at the time the prison committee was formed that I would do everything in my power to follow its That was Bracken Lees reply Monday nteht to questions as to whether he would follow the suggestions of his prison investi1 discharge and tne employment v eating them I a qualified ana experienced man the recommendation that Warden in his Such an appointee care of the states prisonera an emergency of the first Immediate Reasons for the proposed oust ing of the warden are contained in the following section ol the report The key to successful prison administration and prisoner con trol is a experienced and trained Mason riiiis experience in prison admin istration and prisoner control is negligible and his record for suc cessful administration is far from We recommend his immediate dement Betting life on regime on parliament Mason Hill be discharged im must be one who has had admin istrative experience as a warden or They called me and told me j a deputy to an qual about he But I think Id better postpone further com ment until I study the He said that he believed the state board of corrections would meet immediately to consider the Warden Hill said he had no statement to make when informed the committee had recommended It was proposed that the his He that he had offered Saturday to submit his resignation and that he was turned Truman Signs Trade Pact Extension Bill 26 Climaxing a major administration triumph Harry S Truman Monday signed the bill which again gives him unhampered p c w e r to make tariffcutting agreements with other in a heralded an attack on interna tional trade and financial He said they have mounted j periods as ion as 14 or is ified and experienced Recommend Increase also recom salary of the Attlee Staking Fate in Vote Of Confidence 26 UP Prime Minister Clement Attlees govern ment bet its life Monday on the outcome of a parliament vote on The committee mended that the warden be raised to a point com parable with that in like institu and that if necessary a man be brought in from outside the federal bureau of the acknowledged leader in prison ad ministration in this be devaluation of the At the same time the of the potent Trades implied asked to send a man to take over the Utah prison temporarily until a new warden is Bracken Lee was in formed of fhe committees decision immediately after the clost of its He will receive a final draft of the report on The which has made an exhaustive investigation of the state prison situation over a pe riod of found that most difficulties center around the antiquated Sugar House inefficient lack of work and recreational op puriuruiico Liji Uic in adequate prison personnel and lack of adequate medical and other Chained to Wall Except for a few cases of pris oners beinjzchained tc a wall for since the war and will prevent higher world living Our best insurance of a peaceful The United he reaffirms its intention of press ing forward toward expanded world trade at a time when such action is most urgently Extended to 1951 The bill extends until June the presidents right to nego1 tiate reciprocal trade I In these the United States reduces tariffs on other nations In return for lowered duties on goods the Presi dent can make reductions as great as Truman signed the bill in the presence of Cordell for mer secretary of mak ing his first visit to the White House since VJ walked with a cane and showed the ravages of his long Hull is credited with originating the reciprocal agreements prin ciple 15 years The first law was passed in 1935 and it has been renewed Democrats Unite The frequentlydivided Demo cratic majority in congress got give Truman the bill he It rejected Repub lican efforts to retain peril This provision in the last extension required the president to report to congress if ha made deeper cuts than the tariff com mission thought The bill containing that restric written by the Republican 80th congress in expired last Administration leaders said it would hinder operation of the Truman appealed to con gress Monday to vote ad herence to the charter of the In ternational Trade It was set up a year and a half ago with about 50 other Recognizes Leadership This he would as sure the world that the recognizes its world economic leadership and is prepared to do its ahre in reestablishing world economic relations on a sound com petitive basis for the mutual well being of all The president said he intends to use the new law to htip make even more effective the gen eral tariff and trade agreement worked out under the trade law years the committee found no mistreat ment of except for that form of mistreatment contained in keeping men in virtual idle ness day after The committee noted that while opportunities for broad recreation al and vocational programs are the prison administration See Page Column 1 Heres Personnel Of Utah Prison Probe Committee The investigating committee which recommended the ouster of Warden Mason Hill and complete removal of the prison next year to the Point of the Mountain is headed by Alonzo Hopkin Wood Other members are Ward Harvey Ray Hardin Bruce Rabbi Louis Dilworth Clarence Fullmer Adam Robert Steele and Dale Lewis Lloyd is committee general council Union Congress it still was withholding supportof the government The Labor cabinet decided to put a motion of confidence before a threeday emergency session Of parliament which opens Tuesday at If it is defeated Prime Minister Att lee would have to ask a dissolution of parliament and call for a new election at Labors fiveyear term is not up until next Carfeully Worded With a sharp eye to such fate Plane Crashes In Mexico 23 Held Lost Passengers Include Mexican v Two Citizens MEXICO 36 UP A Mexican plane with 93 including possibly two Americans and a high Mexi can government was be lieved Monday night to have crashed into snowcapped Popo catepetl 45 relief south east of Compania De Avia a Fan American Airways said Jthe plane was overdue and radio indicated it had crashed into the threemile high Good Bevin Decries Soviet Bar To World Atomic Curbs The plane was en route here from on the Guatemala Airline officials said that good weather conditions prevailed along the flight An airline official said the 20 1 passengers aboard tile twoengined included Eugenia Goldsmith and George believed to be whose home addresses were not available Also aboard was Gabriel Ramos head of Mexicos corn com mission who has been mentioned prominently as a possible presi dential candidate tor the air lines Radio Report First indication that the plane had crashed into the dormant vol cano was a radio report from a joint MexicanAmerican foot and mouth disease field team in the vicinity of near the base of It said that an unidentified plane nad suffered an accident in the vicinity of Rescue parties were formed Im mediately to begin the torturous climb up the snowcov ered second highest summit in airline officials said it might be morning before they could start up the Tem peratures near the summit were TT llCttl UiC ful political consequences the cabireported below net worded the motion so that it will be difficult for any member to vote against A no vote would not only be against Britains 30 slash in the dollar value of the pound it could also be construed as a vote against economic recovery and feeless medical a measure popular with many Winston Churchill and his Con servatives could attempt to bring the showdown on something like their own political by offering amendments to the confidence motion with a clause censuring the governments hand ling of the economic The government sought to win and cement the support of its fol Meets Union Leaders Economics Minister Sir Stafford Cripps met the restive leaders of the Trades Union Congress Mon day night in an effort to convince them it was necessary to devalue the pound from to Cripps needs strong support from them to enforce his ca for continued Many union men already are using unof ficial strikes in an effort to burst through this holdtheline Rising prices resulting from de which makes dollar food more probably will make them more impatient for wage On the other Attlee was warned that a round of wage raises would undo Britains export It would raise production whereas the British hope de valuation will cheapen thjir export Attlee also called a caucus of Labor members of parliament for just ahead of the house of commons His purpose was to smoke out and deal with any criticisms from Labor mem bers ahead of time in the hope of presenting a solid front as possible on the Five Bodies Identified In Oklahomh Crash 26 UP have identified the bodies of five airmen who crashed jVluimay iiiglil iii a B23 boiiiijer from the 15th air force four miles south of this Leflore county town in southeastern One of the Frank said he had found five might bodies run anrl said the total high as 11 Jack Talihina police of said Layton Brown saw the big plane crash into a heavily wooded She said The down in a sort of Challenges Russ to Lift Veil In Blistering Speech NEW 26 Foreign Ernest blamed Russia Monday for stalling control of atomic In a blistering policy speech to the United Nations said Britain wants the atomic bomb banned just as much M anyone but that Britain insists first on effective He called Russian blasts against the west on this point The foreign secretary challenged the Russians to out of their raise their curtain and agree to the control plan approved last year by the general his speech he indi Edvard Yugoslavias foreign stands on rostrum at United Nations general assembly Monday where he accused Russia of using pressure to force Marshal Tito to bow to will of BILLION Conferees ApprovfeFufl Amount of Arms Aid WASHNGTON Sept ze Aroused by the atomic in senatehouse conference committee Monday swiftly ap proved a plan to arm foreign nations against com With the nonCommunist world cislon Monday two west tmisnal in viets have the all ef forts to chop the bill were thrown into the members of the conference committee tossed overboard the house which called for less than the voted by the The conference committee appointed to reconcile differences between senate was the and plane went house a It looked like something exploded be fore the Raymond a Talihina cafe operator and member of the air force during World War said the plane was a B29 Brown said the plane came straight It turned over on its Fragments of wreckage were strewn for 300 yards by the im The completely de making the iden tification of bodies It fell just over the Leflore county line in Latimer 26 heavy RAF bombers collided Monday night during air maneu killing 12 two oth ers were reported missing Illness Claims Admiral 26 UP Admiral Walter Kilpat wartime chief of staff to the commander of the At lantic died at Oakland naval hospital Monday from a heart ail The conferences committees de MIRACLE OF THE POTOMAC Capital Traffic Snarls Tops By ARTHUR E0SON 26 The institute of traffic which frets over the way automo biles clob up streets and high is meeting hers this And it couldnt have come to a better As every tourist theres no place like Want nice boulevards on which you can buzz right along Come to Want to get into traffic jams four cars thick and half a mile long Bring your un scarred fenders to Thomas commis sioner of public told 400 traffic engineers Monday More cars go in and out of Washington across1 the Potomac than go jver the Hudson into New That seems in view of I metropolitan New Yorks great but its And as for the highway bridge across the which handles vehicles ab solutely The highway as follow ers of 1 have usually gets fouled up around every leaving us Vir ginians to snarl and fight our way home as best we But on the other the pentagon said referring to a maze of circles and as sorted This handles cars each day In six years we have had only five a record unmatched and weve 1one it witlrout a traffic signal or traffic But it turns that every city and state has its traffic and the way MacDonald figures that problem is you and Driver behavior is said We for per big that five per rent of our drivers are But we dont know whether five per cent of our drivers are unsafe all the time or whether 100 Their per cent of us are unsafe five per cent of the We cant remake the driver to fit the he so we must remake the highways to fit the To do we must look further into the human All the traffic engineers needed are I went got a cab and rode immediately into a traffic I couldnt read the drivers of but tits explosive hints showed As I said at the the traf Senate Passes Bill to Hike Services Pay 2S The senate Monday passed a bill to give most members of the armed forces an 1 pay boost totalling more than a Action was by voice The bill now goes to a conference with the which earlier approved a bill carrying identical raises for all except a few top The seriate version would boost scales in widely varying amounts ranging from a month for re cruits with five months service to 5300 or more a month for gen erals with over 30 years Eye Cabinet Hike The increases are generally higher for officers than for en listed Congressmen have ex plained there has been no general pay raise in the top ranks for 40 while enlisted men have had Senate approval of the measure came a few hours after Harry S Truman urged that it also approve salary hikes for cab inet officials and other top gov ernment An informal committee of sena tors to revise this bill to limit the top increases to This would hold cabinet sala ries to a rather than It was reached in about three Usually a decision of such magnitude takes much Instead of striking a compro mise between the figures in the senate and house the con ferees chose the higher North Atlantic Pact The urgently sought by Harry S is de signed to supply arms to signers of the North Atlantic security and to other nations under the shadow of Russias armed It includes for the North At lantic pact nations of western for Greece and for Korea and the to be used in the China area at the discretion of the The conference agreement on I China aid was victory for 8 senate bloc which has pressed for weeks to get military aid included to help check the Reds No China Aid The house arms bill did not in clude any aid for the China The senate conferees agreed to insert in the bill a declaration that the United States favors the crea tion in the far east of an organi zation designed to help the areas economic and social This was favored by house members The original house version of this amendment had called for the to join in such an organiza But the revised language en cated Britain U willing to talk with the Russians but must be sure of their sincerity and honest The Soviet union was blasted on two other points in the United Okeh Vlshuwky Proposal The Umember steering com mittee recommended putting Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Viah inskys proposals for a Big Five peace pact before the The was 13 to 0 with Chile delegate Wsrren Austin aid the Soviet proposal was put up In the guise of an olive branch while In reality it it surrounded by poisonous Austin said the Soviet resolution contains spurious charges but that is perfectly willing to debate them at any Edvard Yugoslav for eign told the assembly the Russians come here talking peace but In reality are using war like armed demonstrations to put pressure on Marshal He sug gested that Russia start by laving off attacks against by BsvJa Bevin took the spot for the chief thrusts at the Soviet In Bevin Hid Vishinskys speech last Fri day attacking the western powers and then calling for a peace pact can scarcely be a help to achieve RIFT WIDENS Yugo Envoys Fired Out Of Hungary JPhTht gap between Yugoslavia and ths rest of Communistdominated east ern Europe widened Monday night as Hungary gave 10 members of the Yugoslav legation 21 hours to get out of the The foreign minairy handed tht legation a sharply worded saying the recently concluded Budapest treason trial had proved that Titos regime had plotted to kick out the Communist Hun garian assassinate its leaden restore The note added that Hungary will make sure in the future that spies and assassins do not to Hungary disguised as diplo The expelled diplomats Included the legations first counsel Dussa second Slavko Zece vic and military Kfllbarfla The remaining seven were retsries and atortasi Tito Saturday aocuserf Hungary of joining a fwarmon scheme to hU gov Greece should settle differj ernment with one which would iices with sK her is servile id Suviei spirit of conciliation and not adopt the attitude of those who raped He obviously was referred to earlier reports that the Greek government might order its troops to invade Albania in pursuit of Greek In the assemblys disposal of the prewar Italian Britain must honor a pledge of freedom given to the Senussi Moslem sect in Libia during the Britain supports Ethiopias claim to part of Britain favors Italian trusteeship over Italian Somali Partial Berlin Solution Only the determination of the western powers to combine against pngxihlA in Berlin brought about a partial solution of the Berlin The Russians have made no move to put their dispute with Yugoslavia before the He said he would be happy to know that Vishinskys peace advice to the is being accepted by the Soviet union and thit a threat con tained in ft Soviet note to Yugo is being A wise approach to the Chi nese situation would be in the interests of all He con tented himself with saying his government will watch events in China Bevin used some of his plainest language in talking about the atomic He referred to the Vishinsky speech last week de He said part of this plot was the Hungarian treason trial of Laszlo former Hungarian Communist and seven oth Rajk and two other defend ants were sentenced to This said marked a change in Hungarys policy of friendship to one of Soviet Satellite Blasts Peace Plea of Yugos Sept 28 Foreign Minister Dmitri Manuilsky Monday re plied to a Yugoslav appeal for peace with Russia by branding Marshal Titos Belgrade govern ment a bankrupt group of Manuilskys tirade before ths United Nations general assembly against the Tito regime followed a speech by Yugoslav Foreign Minister Edvard declar ing that if Russia really had peace in it should patch up its rift with the Charges Peace Sabotage Manuilsky charged the Yugo slavs with trying to sabotage the peace pact offer of Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Vishinsky through its insistence that such a pact include small nations as well as The veteran Bolshevik ridiculed Kardeljs contention Yugo slavia belonged to no charg ing the Marshal Tito government Ions ago entered the camp of re Manuilsky accused the Tito gov ernment of joining forces with Did the woman known is j both sides j mdTat Tokyo Rose have treason in Wartime treason could be punI of Laszlo Rajk that the Belgrade heart when she made wartime ighed by but the govern government plotted to overthrow broadcasts from Japan courages the organization without manding once more the prohibition committing the United States to atomic weapons and establish becoming a See rage Column 1 Rose Jurors Continue Study Of Wartime Treason Intent SAN 26 UP his Attorneys for are now Six men and six wwnen debated I ghe ment did not ask this penalty for j Communist peoples democ racy in her attorneys claimed Leter Supports Styles Bridges advocated also a increase in congressional expense House and senate members now receive a year salary andT taxfree expenses of The time for voting on the mili tary pay bill had been fixed Fri But when it developed that one wanted to speak on it in the senate recessed he nad some definite i for an hour and a No op I position was I weeks had heard testimony arguments in the treason Iva Toguri Los the federal court which for 12 weeks had heard testimony and The jury still was deliberating fic engineers right have to the Some has developed toward other pay raise bills scheduled for consideration and that tinder duress DAquino broadcast n prisoner of war pro grams over Radio She took a typing job with a Japanese news then a similar job with Radio Tokyo and Monday night 1 she was corn hours after receiving the It I pelled to had an 80minute dinner recessi Judge Roche talked slowly and earlier I with considerable emphasis for an At hour and 50 minutes in summing Chief Federal Judge Michael j his instructions to the Roche concluded his and the jury withdrew to consider its verdict The 12 left for lunch at and returned at Just before 3 the jury asked Judge Roche for a copy of For conviction to be he there must be proof of treasonable intent If there was no intent to bo there was no he Cites War Threats Kardelj had contended earlier that Soviet threats against Yugo slavia were a permanent source of Speaking of the Rajk Kardelj said the fantasy of its accusations against Yugoslavia have earned it a leading place in the history of international provo cations one is aghast at the morals of those whe stags such grim and cruel Eruption of the TitoKremlin rift into the open at ths assembly session coincided with news Budapest that the Hungarian gov ernment had ordered 10 members of thj Yugoslav legation to   

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