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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah 26 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE Thursday March 3 1949 I didnt know Id singing my swan sons when I accepted an in vitation to address you Warden i John K Harris told members of I Salt Lake Elks lodge meeting i Wednesday at 139 E South Temple Mr Harris who resigned Tties day as state prison warden said he had no comment on the pov i ernors action but he was proud of many accomplishments achieved at the prison under his adminis i tration He cited a few to Elks and dis played colored films of prisoners at work tending fine herds of cat tle hoeing sugar beets feeding pigs and doing other farm work During the past two years the prison has earned the I highest record history said Warden Harris Cost per prisoner per day in Utah has been compared with 5408 per day at the federal prison at Inglewood Colo least expensive of federal penitentiaries The Colorado institution has 350 j inmates 102 employes while the Utah prlscn has 529 prisoners 39 employes he said Diiring the past 10 years the Utah prison has a record of hav iiiK only U of its discharged in j mates return to crime while Cali I fornia prison system has 27 said Warden Harris The Utah prison has had the unique record of 10 escaped prisoners returning of their own volition during that time Harris Avows j CAMPAIGN LOOMS I Hes Proud I Of Prison Role Officials Favor Jail Terms For All Tipsy Motorists Only a Portion Deputy Says Expensive household items allegedly burglarized from Salt county homes by three Ogden suspects are examined hy Chief Deputy Sheriff T A CallicoH Recovery of other items expected Theft Suspects ty Avers Perkins Flood About Over i Official Avers i Flood waters with the exception 49 License Plates Out of Place In Auto Window Alleged theft of household prop erty valued in excess of during the past two years in four western states has been admitted by three Ogden men T A Calli cott chief Salt Lake county deputy sheriff reported Wednesday The trio allegedly has committed thefts in Utah Idaho Montana and California Deputy Callicott add police expect to recover addi tional property A complaint charging1 Glen R Coleman 29 Ogden with second degree burglary and grand lar ceny was signed Wednesday bej fore City Judge Frank E Moss Bail was set at 510000 California Fugitive Cnleman who was being held j by Ogden officials as a fugitive If youve purchased your 1949 license plates but havent at tached them to your vehicle look out Lt F Clark Sanford chief of the police traffic bureau said Wednesday such circumstances are as in many cases much if there were no plates at all The lieutenant severely crit icized persons who have placed new plates in their windshield and rear window until they re move the 194S plates and affix new ones been eliminated from the Perkins subdivision 33rd South and 5th East William C Allgier county i flood control superintendent said Wednesday j Two large pumps have been em ployed to drain water from the area Mr Allftier reported One pump is capable of removing 500 gallons of water a minute I The county flood official said a heavy bulkhead has been installed j in the Granite sewer drain Its purj pose is to prevent excess water i from enteriiigthe Perkins drain and causing a repetition of the sitj nation i Marvin W Wallin 440 E 33rd i South said residents of the area1 In fact Lt Sanford said such were planning to initiate steps with county officials to prevent a recurrence of the condition in fu motorists will receive two cita for not affixing their plates securely as required by jture years Mr Wallin said there law and another for driving jwas some confusion among resi vrith obstructed vision dents concerning source of the flood waters j He termed the water a combina i admitted taking the following i i f rnnff fmm cmith from justice for California was Uems from the Sresirience of Mrr tlon of runo fom solllh released there on a writ of habeas corpus The defendants bail was eof set erties as well as Granite school Rachel Mmunds Murray Three properties Mr Wallin said the ft1 drainage from the various areas j nnn could not be accommodated by the i ohenfi Mac wade irt hn P women s wearing apparel Han Instl oleman f Instead Coleman niwiseil to sen confessed throwing the cloth svstcm Salt Lake county deputies He was jn frOm a car widow as he drove placed in custody at the Salt Lake along the highway County jail officials said the trio confessed Eldon J Hansen is being held taking an extension table and a by Ogden police on a second degree table from the residence of burglary charge His bail was set Melvyn R Moss 188323rd East at B H Beckstead Midvale was Deputy Callicott said the third reported to have identified house suspect James C Anglin 3R Orj hod fllrnjture a set of silverware den also is in custody in Salt Lake j and a womans coat in the Hansen county jail on charges of violating residence the federal Dyer act The ant is accused the theft of two automobiles Third Suspect The case has been under investi gation for the past week by Police Chiefs L D Deland Murray and Marcell Graham Midvale Chief Callicott said the men were charged with thefts in seven war rants issued throughout the four state area The trio according to Deputy Callicott admitted the theft of four saddles from A D Firmage 2340 Redwood rd Two allegedly were sold at Nampa Ida and two at La Grande Ore Deputy Callicott said the ALCO WEATHER GUARD Mailing Address Box has it chat the Coffee Shop of the Hotel Utah is the most popular place in town And its a fact Deli cious breakfasts lunch eons and dinners at reasonable prices HOTEL UTAH 4 By public demand a PEAT Our last shipment was a sellout So many of our customers were disappointed we have made another large volume purchase Beautiful 7way floor lamp with pleated fabric shade three de grees of indirect light from large bow 3 candle lights and handy night light in base Lovely ivory base with onyx trim Unanimous indorsement of a Drunken Drivers Go to Jail campaign as recommended Tues day by Police Judge Leland G Larsen was given Wednesday by officials rlonfly associated with traffic problems in the state and city In fact one official H P Leathatn director of the state tax commissions drivers license division said he would like to see such a program broadened to in clude hitrun and reckless drivers 1 and even speeders 1 Judge Larsen said he was study ing the possibilities of establishing a stiff mandatory jail sentence for all convicted drunken drivers starting with a 30day term for first offenders and increasing pro portionately with the number of such offenses I think corresponding jail terms should be mandatory for reckless and hitrun drivers also Mr Ieatham said and I would suggest a 24hour period in jail for convicted a fine S L Police Mutual Aid Body Elects at Annual Session Lt Clayton Blank Elected president of police organization Salt Iake Police Mutual Aid Assn members Wednesday elected three new 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