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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS t30 Intormoaatain Network Station KALL Monday Friday WEATHER doadjr rislaf DHsJb OB M 61 SALT LAKE WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Ray Dempsey Gardner to light a cigaret with manacled hands following his Second district court conviction late With from Sheriff Mac Police Officer August Nussbaum and Deputy Sheriffs Jack Card and Blaine Gardner Guilty of Murder Faces Death Sentence By JOHNSON the sheriffs Miss Tribune Leased wire Maurine Demp At the conclusion of Adams aey Gardner Tuesday evening was effective plea for the extreme pen convicted of first degree without a recommendation of by a 12man jury in the Second district court of Judge John The 28yearold native was convicted for the brutal sex slaying last July 20 of Shirley Jean 17yearold baby sitter on a secluded and tree shrouded sidewalk in southwest of Date for imposition of sentence was set by Judge Hendricks for Friday at 10 The death pen alty for the brutal how he evinced his first display of then Gentlemen of the FOUR KILLED Probers Seek DG3 Crash Clues 13 Federal investigators Tuesday Adams had concluded his argusought to find out why a DC3 ments to the 12 jurymen and one I air riding down to a land when you go to your ingin a fog here Monday jury I plead with you to suddenly veered off its radar beam give this man the same compasi and plunged into the Potomac Shippers Add To Witness List Firm Intensifies Plea For Opening Of Ogden Gateway The first of an expected long parade of shipper witnesses j began testifying Tuesday before interstate commerce commis sion examiner Frank Mullen in the Denver and Rio Grande Western railroads bid to open j up the Union Pacifics Ogden gateway to competitive through Joint rates with Rio Grande par Chief target of the shipper appearing in support of the Rio Grandes was the unavailability of transit priv ileges stops en route for partial unloading or processing or recon privileges along the Rio Grande line on shipments involv ing a Union Pacific haul north and west of the Ogden Variety of Witnesses The witnesses included a Salt Lake City building supply distri a northern Utah fruit a frozen fruit processor and an official of the Western Forest Industries Other Rio Grande witnesses who testified during the day were j vice i whose statement and exhibits were designed to prove ability of the Rio Grande to handle adequately any new business it might get ihrough establishment of joint through rates with the Union Pa cific via EIRoy director of the University of Utahs bureau of economic and business whose testi mony was calculated to show that the socalled closed door territory rapidly is increasing its need for transportation and Rio Grande assistant traffic freight who concluded an elaborate pre sentation started Legal Staff Chief An attempt to all of Nelsons testimony thrown out as irrevelant was made by Elmer chief of the Union Truman Maps Sweeping Revamp of Government Plan Will Save Budget Director Says 13 UPhA sweeping program to re organize the government will be laid before congress by Harry S Truman next one of the president top aide Mid Budget Director Frank Pace hi disclosing that new streamlining proposals are in the stressed the pressing need for savings through more Forerunner of Things to Come Budget Director Frank Pace Defense Louis Johnson on receipt of citation of merit from national reorganization conference for his forthright approach to Pace forecast other reorganization plans are being Pacifics Jegal staff at the hear Collins said he assumed the purpose of Nelsons tes timony was to show the growing Tangled Transport Costs Sawyer Says 13 UP The through agen cies that dont consult each is spending close to a year to promote competing trans port of Commerce Charles Sawyer asserted sion which he gave to Shirley Leans Forward Gardner suddenly leaned river with a toll of four dead and in Idaho and the Pacific north need for transportation facilities jn some he said in a re 19 west and he could not see how j port requested by Harry S federal subsidies to one The accident came at a time that had any bearing on the issue travel the for when investigators already were unless the Rio Grande proposed to j under way into the problem of build new facilities into the ter other medjum the in Dt q snarled a aeria traffi over the be since the j These inquiries wcrej Just adding to the number of handkerchief but was imrnedi Qff a L frei jury did not recommend a Delivered to Clerk life anercie u was immei touched otf by a coliision 1 i freight solicitors in the he lately restrained by the officers DetWeen an Eastern airliner and a I wont tifhn car nim TT i who sat by Judge before he ad The verdict was delivered to the I journed his gave his thanks clerk of the Thomas Mur to the the district at by the jury Robert I torney and the officers who had Bolivian piloted fighter in i The counsel pointed out just an hour after the 12 men had filed out of the courtroom at the conclusion of the fourday trial to Approximately 100 persons re mained in the which had been filled Tuesday afternoon to capacity and with many persons crowding the adjacent to hear the The case was given to the 12 men at when Bailiff Richard Pincock led them to their jury room and locked them in until they should be ready to render their They re turned to the jury box at which 55 persons were Christmas Holidays Most of the passengers aboard that Earley previously testi fied that the Rio Grande does have joint through rate arrangements I u board and the tiritVi tho liissh carriers reaching the lush ON JERUSALEM Column 2 j Monday nights luckless craft were j Part of tne territory where most service men en route home for the See Page Column 4 Christmas i An immediate federal invesitga tion was begun even before the I bodies of the William I pi 111 IS kjlll and Lloyd were extricated from the halfsubmerged wreckage of the Also killed in the crash were i William of I who made a last1 in Iraq Opposes Statute Lag LAKE 13 Gully Search Lost drafting of a statute for the m ternationalization of j Gardner had been brought back j charging that a plan for a months from his Weber county jail cell I postponement was designed to by Sheriff Mac Wade and four prepare public opinion to accept deputies and a police He Israels proclamation making the sat in his customary place by Holy city its Last Few Seconds tra womans prints spurred hope for a missing the bill probably should he charged to the military Services that dont pay should be The which now is slow to authorize a discontinuance of should encourage it when one type of trade is being carried at the ex pense of On the ticklish question of air line Sawyer said air travel has grown up since when the civil aeronautics act was passed to give it a long as air transportation was an infant industry of rela tively minor no seri ous repercussions Air transportation has developed at such speed that it is now quite clear that its further promotion Maritime commission for has a definite bearing upon are helping to force an I this into the Common He said the agencies that regu late common Inter state Commerce commission for trucks and the Civil Aero often work at cross The he is that shippers and travelers dont al ways get the best possible serv ice at the lowest possible Either the taxpayers or the con sumers foot the extra with government I reorganization and economy in j had asked Sawyer to re view the issues involved in all the governments transportation Sawyer said he was not trying to answer all the questions but he nevertheless made a number of recommendations American passenger liner service and upon the financial revenues of the Girl Scout Tuesday as a Review of System XT r i team of veteran woodsmen i Neville a government mounted a logging railroad speeder whole question of sub I or to search the ravine into which j sidizing airlines and some ship The came as the jmprints led j operators should be If Airlines DC3 glided down through Thp fresh tracks wprp rpnnrtpr Unese subsidies are to the south courtroom wall watchj The council by a vote fog and drizzling j two from snot where the system which they are Paid ing the men com knowing his of 6 to 1 with 5 to j Due to the murky overcast the Ruth AberiewJ i1st i should be life was m their begin jts discussion of Jerusalems plane had been stacked up hunting 2Where tne government puts Characteristic Smile I status without The United the airport for more than an dav Thev led a 1900foot UP for basic transporta Yet there appeared on his face the lone negative Officials of the Civil Aero ridge a steep ravinei Prisa tion the cost should u it Mexico and the United States j nautics administration said that in i that characteristic halfsmile until suggested that the United Nations the f seconds f its ossed the judge called for the verdict trusteeshi coundl postpone the without any warning or s hf TH of its discussion on an cry from the pilot or the and his Dnsnnnale face blanrhed rf and his prisonpale face blanched a logging railroad 500 Volunteer sphere Have you reached gentlemen asked the We have your answered the and the paper was j handed to the He studied it momentarily and then began to i concluding with the we find the defendant guilty as i charged in the Glenn district atj torney who had prosecuted the ternational regime for Jerusalem plane suddenly turned from its i The new trail was reported in be loaded eventually on the This applies to such things as road where users already are paying some of the cost through taxes and waterways which are tr tmn me new imn was icyuiLcu m lntil il holds its reuar meeting groundcontrolled radar path a different part of the search area at late next sliced into five feet of muddy i where crepe sole imprints were Subsidies to any common car I wator in tho nonrhu twnmof fmmH rier should hfi labeled as such and I water in the nearby Israel Defies Order of Speeds Up Jerusalem Move TEL 13 was visibly as was j Israel is speeding up the transfer Blaine f officcs froln Tel had thrnutrhmif its ft Aviv to Jerusalem and the parlia ment knesset is called to con vene within 10 days in the holy had assisted throughout its preparation and during the A slight sigh came from the while Lida Cret mother of the slain junior city the United Nations voted to high school slumped lower in her chair as her aged Paul internatlonalize turned to comfort Pay With Life She had expressed the hope that he would pay with his life for the life of her only which he had so that he won t ever hurt any other mothers to the end of For the state of Israel there always has been and always will be only one Jerusalem the Premier David Ben Gurion told the parliament Tues day So it was 3000 years ago and so it will we BenGurions description of Jeru salem as the found earlier leading into a thicketed creek bed and soggy beaver The small party of experienced hunters and woodsmen expected to investigate the ravine in two hours The first discovery of prints brought 500 volunteers to the few square miles of the creek bed j where the pretty high school rier should be labeled as such and not hidden under such cloaks as air mail Subsidies should be awarded only when the national defense requires and Trios Auto Death Mars Swedens Festival of Lighf 13 tragic death of a beautiful Lucia queen and two of her killed when a speeding train crashed into their automobile scattering their golden crowns along the Tuesday marred the opening ceremonies of Swedens tradi tional festival of Else queen of a town in southern and her two maids were killed when the Malmoe express train plowed into their car between Nokoep ing and Linkoeping Two other attendants and the chauffeur were The all between 17 and were en route to a party for dairy They were chosen for their beauty to reign during Swedens centuriesold Christ mas Festival of More on Lucia pageant Page efficient federal good management is not merely a commendable he it is an absolute neces The very size of our federal budget requires that more than ever we must receive the maximum return for every dol lar Pace Visits Truman who has just returned from Key West conferences with Truman on the new budget es did not give any details of new reorganization pro He did that the president has had staff analyses prepared covering vir tually the entire range of those advocated by the Hoover commis The budget director gave this broad glimpse into the administra tions future plans in a statement to a meeting of the Citizens Com mittee for the Hoover report This is a nonpartisan group formed to enlist nationwide support for the reorganization plans drafted un der the leadership of former Fres Herbert Urges Popular Appeal Robert national chairman of the told the conference that if the people demand these reforms that can save them millions a year and guarantee our survival as a free they will become In its last session congress ant the president put into effect about 20 of the changes advocated in the voluminous Hoover Commission advocates say these changes will mean a savings of about Of the seven reorganization plans Truman sent to capitol hill last six went into Gets Senate Veto The senate vetoed his proposal to establish a new welfare de partment which would unify the public welfare and educa tion programs now directed by the federal security Under the law either house can block a reorganization At its closing session the citi zens committee gave of De fense Louis Johnson a special plaque for distinguished service to the American people in stream lining the national military estab Johnson currently is seeking to cut almost a billion dollars off this years defense budget through the unification economy He told the conference that the re sults should be attributed to that team of mine that is on fire with the understanding that a defense dollar is a sacred Sees Major Miracle Summing up the whole reorgan izational record to Charles vice chairman of the citizens said it was a minor miracle which may become a major The committee previously had estimated that if all the Hoover commission plans are adopted it would mean a savings of more than a It said the program cannot make or break the federal but it can mean the difference between the surplus or a UNTIL JANUARY Truman Mum On Plans For Budget KEY The will Trumans recommendations oh how to forestall another deficit next year until he delivers his state of the union message to congress in Charles Trumans press declined to give the Presidents views on proposals to eliminate wartime excise taxes or on suggestions by some advisers that new levies be made on cor poration Vlewn on Taxes The presidents views on taxes will be stated in his state of the union message and will to spelled out in greater detail in his budget message to Ross told news conference Have final decisions been made in that area Ross wouldnt say that they and added Certainly no final decisions have made on Many things have to out in The whole still be ing talked Has Broad OutiUtt At the same he said the president has pretty well in mind the broad of his which will be talked over with cabinet members and others in Washington before congress recon Ross would not comment specifi cally on a radio assertion by Sec retary of Commerce Charles Saw yer suggesting consideration of re moving excise taxes or criticism of administration financial policies by Edwin who quit as chairman of the economic ad visory council because of differ inces over AND PLEASE DONT SHAVE AllOut Hunt BenGurion is expected to move sophomore Leaders his offices to Jerusalem Wedncs said they linall lost the footprints Other government ministries also will make the For the time the foreign ministry and defense ministry will remain The Cowlitz county sheriffs of ficc sent out an appeal for ex A government spokesman told perienced timbermen and said it newsmen that the shift does not intended to press farther into the mean Jerusalem will become the Cascade foothills in an allout ef capital of Israel He fort to find the dead or said no affront to the is The tracks were found by mem but the government does j bers of the huge rescue party near not intend to alter its plans to j Danger Beaver dam and at a ovc all government departments point about a mile and a naif Aid Proclaims Bathless Friday to that from where the girl was last seen NEW 13 The residents of water short New York were asked Tues day to observe 16 as bath less wen were asked not to A Friday beard is a badge of said Commissioner Stephen Carney in proclaiming the vol untary water holiday to drama tize the citys critical shortage and to show how much water can be saveti through earnest conser Sr1 Joseph speaker of the BenBurlon rejected the the snow soaked mountains Arney outlined a number of Throughout the four days of I chamber of announced i decision at the start of his speechnine miles cast of this southern i other watersaving devices for which opened i the decision of parliament to moot before He said the Washington j including the drinking of Gardner had been either indiffer1 after 10 days in He decision was utterly incapable Deputy Sheriff Costa in one less glass of water than nor to the proceedings or had said the parliament approved al shown occasional even durmost unanimously both the cabi ing recital of his confession to I nets decision to speed up the brutal rapekilling as recorded transfer of government offices and r only for thecharge of the said both unalterable opposition I sets of tracks indicated the pcr of the inhabitants of Jerusalem I son who made them was stum jbling with and said the holiday would be a test of the if would avert more dras tic watersaving The announcement carne as water department officials dis closed that the CatskillCroton reservoirs which supply New York had gone up during the last 24 hours for the first time since last A steady rain in the area and high temperatures which melted snow accounted for the Edward chief said the reservoirs had risen since 8 Monday to by The total supply now stands at which is of Clark said about more could be ex pected to drain into the reservoirs a five days The water department empha that the shortage only slightly helped and said two weeks of steady rain were re quired to end the It made these other suggestions for conservation Collect luncheon and dinner dishes for a single washing in the Dont draw drinking water from a faucet Fill con tainer and place in the ice Assemble clothing for a big laundry washing at one Dont use toilets to dispose of and Shut off all fixtures tightly after use and repair all Dont run water to cool or heat tte babys milk bottle or to chill beverages of any Brush you rteeth in a cup of water instead of using a run ning Crashed Lost Survives Vigil IS UP Robert 25yearold ra dar technician who crashed in a email twoplace plane in the nountains of upper Ventura coun ty a week Tuesday was dis covered alive trying to make bis way out of the rugged Aside from being weak from lunger and suffering from swol en feet and Bryant Ap peared in good Rescue Party You sure look good to Bryant mumbled when he en countered therescue posse on a trail of the Sespe river 10 miles northwest of Bryant was bearded and showed signs of the injuries he received when the plane crashed last Wednesday but he was walking when the posse found I hope I dont scare you he told the Asked what ha wanted Bryant said a cup of coffee and temporary camp was set up while he was given light food and the coffee before being carried down the trail to this citrus Wednesday Bryant disappeared hut Wednesday his light Culver Cadet A widespread Match started immediately which WM oined by federal agencies becaUM the plane wan engaged in radar experimental The wrecked plane was righted from the air Monday and a search tarty which reached it noticed totprints leading away front craft but they were loat in Bryant he spent night after he crashed in the of the The next day got out to watch for any planes that might be searching for He wandered around on ptak for the next fnr days but always stayed clots to tfas plans ta U would   

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