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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                             THE SALT LAKE Physi dcian Goes on Trial For Iowa Hotel Murder CEDAR RAPIDS la May 11 Luebs another Collins employe of the last persons to said he liso worked wilh Hattman Bvron C Huttnmn alive tcstiaml Kbcrxhoff on the project that ficd Wednesday at the murder morning and that the trio ate tnal of Dr Robert C Rutlcdge lunch toother jr fr 1 nnis Two Montroae Jr of Fbershoff notcl hm testified that Rutlcdge They were KennelhL Ebershoff d D G sj and Arthur L card Robert C Rut quaintanccs and Pmil fetotkbcrA rf room er operator of a parkins iu at vallc hls ony across from the Roosevelt hotel R hrlcfcasc Tho wit where Hattman was stabbed McDonald acting death last December 14 and Nadinc B Music Stockberger testified for the hotd cashiel prosecution that Hattman ft St Louis electrical engineer took his car to the garage between 5 and 6 pm He told me to put the car where Its handy that he might want to use it later that night Stock bsrger said adding that Hattman r then crossed the street toward the Speaker Rakes hotel The Runs Into Ambush state charges that when At CIO Parley Continued from 1nge One D wait since 2 pm that he jumped j a vacancy appears the governor on Hattman stabbed him to death will see fit to reappoint Mr Ed with all the money in and fled Hattmans wallet Both state and defense agree that the two men met in Halt mans room to discuss Hattmans attentions to Rutledges wife Syd ney 23 The defense charges thatj Hattman seduced and her and demanded money from Rutledge to terminate the affair wards At another point thanked Mr Wiesley the report for his as sistance in preparing legislation desired by labor iport castigated ted the national CIO program to give aid and The state trying to Kattrnan claims Rutledge was extort money from Ebershoff who said he was ac quainted with Hattman and both of the Rutledges testified that he spent much of the day of Dec 14 with Hattman They were work ing together he said on a project Involving their respective firms Former Electrical Engineer Hattman was an instrument de signer for the Emerson Electric Manufacturing Co St Louis where Mrs Rutledge also former ly worked Ebershoff is employed by the Collins Radio Co in Cedar Rapids comfort to the Communists Typical Examples A typical example of false leadership it stated is found in Donald Henderson of the Food and Tobacco Workers of America who did the CIO and the whole Fields Worked On Will Often LOS ANBELES May 12 The late W C Fields spent much of his last years writing and re writing his doc Mental Cases Now Treated By New Drug NEW YORK May 11 new treatment for mental illness that about doubles recoveries was reported Wednesday at Creedmore state hospital Creedmore is one of the newer hospitals in New York states chain The rtew treatment is histamine the drug that lowers blood pres sure stimulates gastric juice and is one of the causes of most al lergies Histamine does its good work increasing the floow of blood to the brain It gets the best results in mental illness when used in con nection with electric or insulin shock It doubles the number of j Kcnnev electric shock recoveries It causes recoveries when electricity or in sulin are used without shock i which is unconsciousness and con vulsions FourYear Search The report was made by Doctors John H W Van Ophuijsen of Long Island college hospital and the Bronx Veterans administration hospital and Arthur M Sackler Their histamine trials began four years ago We can now say the report Wife Will Aid Mate in Slaying Defense Dr Robert C Rutledge Jr 27 and his wife Sydney 23 pictured during the noon recess of murder trial which opened in Cedar Kapids la Is accused of stabbing to death Byron her bachelor admirer in a hotel room last fall who did the an e woe cTwrrrrr Tivr labor movement a discredit in at PLANE SMUGGLlJMr tending the socalled peace confer ence in Paris last month which was engineered by and had the blessing of the world Communist movement He attempted to speak for labor but in reality he betrayed and disgraced the Amer ican labor movement and sought to render comfort to a foreign power Mr Henderson knows full well that if the freedom and security of the American gov ernment ischallenged the work ers of America will come to her defense as they have done in the past and will ever do in the fu ture Asks Both Views In discussing some of the organ izational and negotiating prob lems of the union Mr Palmer said the press frequently criticizes ument which now is being fought OVer in COUrt workers for their demands and u occasionally i LJIII ti Michael the orjndutrie or ExU S Flier Held Guilty One Worlders Profane Name Of Willkie His Son Charges NEW YORK May 11 j I want to say now that I want Philip Willkie son of the late Wendell L Willkie charged Wednesday that the One World to disassociate myself completely from anything connected with communism Willkie asserted Wife Assumes Publisher Editor Duties NEW YORK May 11 i Dorothy Schiff Thackrey Wednes became editor as well as pub lisher of the New York PostHome News i She is the wife of Ted 0 JThackrey who resigned recently I as rdiloiof the paper The papers announcement Wednesday said The publisher of this newspaper today became editor as well as publisher To avoid confusion she will be known henceforth as Dorothy Schiff She is the granddaughter of Jacob H Schiff and the daughter of Mortimer L Schiff Thackrey announced recently Says he wont j that he will publish a new news of administration I paper tabloidsize called The Daily Compass It will 10 cents mornings and Sundays with the first issue scheduled to hit the newsstands May 16 The paper is being backed by Mrs Bmmons Anita McCormick Blaine a heavy supporter of Henry A Wallace in the 1948 presidential campaign Mrs Blaine whose fatherinluw James G Blaine was Republican candidate for president in 1881 is one of Chi Hague Studies Last Ditch Power Battle mine alone and in conjunction with subcoma insulin and electric shock In addition patients president m issl is one JERSEY CITY N J May 11 wealthiest W0rnen 1upjFrank Hague fought a fast drawing action Wednesday to can be markedly reduced by j salvage some of the power he had proper use of nonconvulsive histaI amassed in the past 32 years with now shattered Jersey City machine having j What the hell are you1 so glxim about he greeted onlookers as he returned Wednesday afternoon j to the city hall offices he must vacate by next Tuesday I The people wanted it that way I viuuoiv wuuiu jipvc UV1 ajj rjgnt with me the ized Many of them even can be 73yearQid ieader of One of thei kept at work nations last big city machines told of other therapeutic procedure as to do away with the necessity of hospitalization in many who pre viously would have been hospital Other Uses The report said there are hista mine uses for asthma hay fever and stomach ulcers which will be published later The clue to histamine came from newsmen Keeps Temporary Hold Ousted completely from control j of the big brownstone city hall which has been his base for three at Wi ll Wednesday G Hurst 27 former was convicted name Neither he nor his mother barometric pressure preceding j storms that lowered oxygenin the Neither he nor his motner Heated controversy continued i body caused chilled hands and that Philip said would attend the comover Wednesday nights awards j various hormones affected the mittees fifth annual dinner schedjuhjcj include One World citametabolism of brains nf illpfallv pxnortinff J sala auLcnu LJC un over vveanesaay nigiiLs awaiuo e Wednesday of exporting s fifth annual dinner scheduhich inciude One World cita r atLnrebels llled for niEht at the tions for international statesman mcaraguan reut a plaza hotel where screen actor snip to Dr Oswaldo Aranha of Federal Judge Allen B Huston was scheduled to reBrazil Dr Ralph Bunche of the found Hurst guilty and said the One World flight Slates Dr Herbert Evatt ai TMlI JTRnflV I i 1111 j f A t n i metabolism of brains All this led to the theory lowered blood in the brain political beachheads He still holds his post as vice chairman of the Democratic na tionul committee and leader of the i Hudson county and state Demoj from Los Angeles to Guatemela I City early last year to aid the that thTwill spent almost as much for the timeout of Fields strongbox israzii ji ruuijjii jjuniut toj tne une wunu ilightunited States Dr Herbert Evatt j would pass sentence Thursday wfiich entitled him to aiof Australia Count Carlo Sforza k vl ning The flier waived jury rip around the world of Italy and Moshe Sharett of j A 1 A I Israel i The controversy arose over charges that the affair had taken on promotional characteristics and that financial reports were Hurst former Miami resident now a pilot for a Columbian air line testified he took the bomber One Mrs Michael told superior court Fields called her and said Mickey Mouse I think Im go ing to do something extra nice for Carlotta and you girls Mrs Michael said he referred to Carlotta Monti his nurse her and a housekeeper Miss Monti Mrs Michael and the comedians brother Walter Fields and a sister Mrs Adel Smith were principal beneficiar ies of the will which is being op posed from two sides self Organized 16 Attempts The 77yearold Conservative j party leader has organized 1C un successful attempts to unseat Die tatorGcneral Anastasio Tachoj fund for the Kathy Crews to Gain All of Kathy Rescue Fund SAN MARINO Cal May 11 OT VA Gets Bequest SEATTLE May 11 Gaye lacking James H Sheldon Hauser Hollywood diet lee man of the 1949 committee on j turer and frequent escort of Greta nominations contended the jGarbo was left the Seattle health me fast fence mending opera tion 5 however were being planned to keep his post as leader of the state organization John V Kenny 56 former Hagxie lieutenant who led the fusion force j which scored Tuesday nights elecj tion upset already had put in his bid for a say in the state picture Jnst Have Part j Kenny said he would not at1 tempt to set himself up as state jGarbo was left the Seattle health j d but he wouid like to have charges had no basis in fact store of Miss Clara M Brcwester jt In December 1944 shortly after j 64 killert by a Los Angeles hit1 he residential the death of Willkie presidential jnn driver Sunday fhe He said he would confer with Democratic leaders throughout the award AUUUUCU wj neaun nuuse neie one uc ir tatorGenenU Anastasio ivacno jiuuuu fund for the Katny mon council for American Unity qlieathed him 85000 shares in the He said he was convinced Of Nicaragua Piscus rescue workers is for theand the Willkie Memorial building Home Mining Co the CleggVest act could have i The stocky composed pilot of Freedom Hovise The memorial Her will was admitted to pro n in g st rength patronage Most of he made a full report to IT S offii In a statement obviously aimed cials He admitted he had attended jat a suggestion that the men turn j China OCeKS act Vo mppHnpe fhp mnnfiV into a memorial Scholar Xfav the plotters meetings exporting the Douglasmade plane through the Rio Grande the money into a memorial scholar WASHINGTON May Hurst was chaiged with illegally ship at Claremont college tnej chinas nationalist government committee said urged the United States Wednes urge The attitude of the committee dav to sponsor a pacific defense Miniature Precious Gifts for any Occasion For years Austin Studios have special ized in restoring faded badly torn or disfigured snapshots and tintypes to their original clearness Bring in your ireasured old photographs and have them made into beautiful new portraits The prices are low the quality is high AUSTIN STUDIOS SALT LAKK CITY 12 So 53003 OPEN am to 6 pm Daily 111 8 pm by Appointment OGDES 2374 Phone 223Z3 OlEN 9 am to 6 pm Dilly Saturdays til 8 pm Sundays by Appointment lantic pact to halt gains in the far oast through the Rio Grande vauey The attitude or cne commiuee i International airport here on Janhas beer from the beginning that nee similar to the North At i9ig the entire fund should be divided Stationed in Air Force Capt Edward J The committee feels and has Walsh Jr who was stationed in felt throughout that the money j i11 I Guatemala City in January 194S should go to the men without ad JL J 1 as assistant U S military attache vice or suggestion of any kind as to i or air in six central American what disposal they should make countries testified regarding I of it Hursts alleged plans in the abori Raymond A Hill engineer in vuu jiiuaiuunj k i iUL r i ecu vi u AJIWHOV MU jncj vv in u f been repealed had labor been able Ufi d howevcr that after flying rimmitice charged 1 withdrew from the project in 1916 bate by superior Judge John A were to gettoffctheron an amendment the pane to Gllatemala Clty he it disagreed with the Frater Wednesday from me Jer estimated m excess of payrolls after next Tues u i vinirt r hiAniiacre r J AFL leadership had insisted that the repeal bill be passed without amendment or defeated One of the legislators who voted for the act in 1947 Mr Bonacci reiterated that he still felt the secondary boycott is undemocratic and un American YWCA for improvements to Camp Brewster provided it re tains that name Her executrix said Miss Brewster founded that a new face camp when she was a YWCA Communist physical education teacher 1 Omaha machines End of Era in His defeat marked the end of an era which produced such figures as Tom Pendcrgast in Kansas I City Ed Crump in Memphis Ed ward Kelly in Chicago and Ed I ward J Flynn of New York Ivenny forces meanwhile began j ive revolt He Hurstl said words to the effect that the airplane wasnt NEW YORK May 11 INS Franklin D Roosevelt Jr won the right Wednesday to cast his vote in show that in January and Febniat once to scrutinize records and ary of 1949 Roosevelt registered f f charge of the 52hour rescue effort iULll tnat stirred the world one month wilere he is a candidate for coni ago sent out letters describing the j gress nlnvt trt tho TOO rpqPllP c arv o ooseve of the regime of ousted two cars and gave his address asMayor Frank Hague Eggers the iinnVifiitr nrVinm Wfl HH Tl Pfl rfl here for photographic work at all scholarship plan to the 100 rescue i Sllpreme Court Justice Steuer but was there in connection with a workmen He said he was acting I aflgr a twonour hearing ruled revolutionary attempt by Gen Jon the suggestion of 20 to 30 of circlimstances are at least Emiliano Chamorro to overthrow j the men i equal to show that it was his in nls the government of Anastasio Soj The money poured in voluntarily tention to become a permanent j mosa and that the plane was to from throughout the nation and resicjent of Manhattan assist in the revolution Walsh foreign countries I Romli s a candid his behalf testified he coni post two years ago sidered Syosset as my country A thorough investigation of all said that since Jani departments was promised by York Citv was Kenny Kenny had said he would take elt is a candidate on the j Mayor Clark Liberai and Four Freedoms 1 the committee said that Hill sent of the committee Issued every morning Entered at the ottim Sail City i inatur under ol Maren K 1879 Seek 100000 Caclels WASHINGTON May 11 jijai Qcr Lucns V BcaU national nHundJf commander of the Civil Air Patrol Subscription rates Utah Nevada and Wyomlnc dully and Sunday month LSD 1enr In advinct S1SOO elsewhere U S d Tha Press entitled exclUJl llcatlon ibcr o tne AMOI informed congress Wednesday the CAP plans tn I tion to be held next Tuesday An action brought by William H Mclntyre Republican candi date in the election stated that Roosevelt has not legally resided in New York City for more than four months prior to the election as required by law In court Wednesday Louis H Lefkowitz chairman of the Re niJ n i V v j rimTfn roll 100006 cadets aged 15 to 17 in S publican county committees law this newspaper u 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