Mason Asks for Larger Program Of European Aid

Citing three months of perusing "Molotov's sour puss" at the Moscow conference as "reason-enough" for his opinions, Edward S. Mason, Dean of the School of Public Administration and Chief Economic Adviser to Secretary Marshall at the Moscow conference, advocated the European Recovery Program as the most practical way way to bring Russia to terms in an open lecture last night.

Attacking the government's international policies on all fronts, Mason opened fire with four proposals: the the industrialization of Germany; the continuation of taxes at their present height; anti-inflationary measures and limited allocation of certain materials to dull the impact of ERP on the United States; a possible addition to the $17 billion loan to Europe now planned; and the formation of a special body to administer the funds.