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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                Network Station KALL Monday Throntb WEATHER Pmrtly cloudy Detftlfe M 142 SALT LAKE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 1943 PRICE FIVE CENTS Utah Doctors Create Disciplinary Board Become Second State Group To Regulate Erring Members By WILLIAM PATRICK Tribune Stiff Writer Utahs became the second in the nation Friday to adopt a plan with centralized authority for the discipline of its own erring The house of meeting in connection with the 54th annual convention of the Utah State Medical at the University of approved constitutional amendments pro viding for the appointment of a board of supervisors of six physi cians to investigate complaints of misconduct brought against any member of the Similar to Colorado The plan adopted is based on Veterans Vow To Picket Robeson Show 2 UP A scheduled Paul Robeson con cert Sunday became an avowed target of war veteran pickets Fri day and police immediately were alerted against a possible fresh Westchester county officials said all available police are being placed in readiness for any outbreak when Robeson sings four miles north of The Negro singer has been the object of several antiCommunist Riot Last Saturday Rioting broke out last Satur day after veterans grotipa paraded in protest outside a picnic grounds in nearby where Robe soa was to At least eight persons were two Robeson did not Sundays concert is scheduled for the Old Hollow golf club about a mile from the scene of last weeks Veterans groups said they plan another demonstration and pre dicted that exservicemen would take Robesons supporters said 000 persons are expected at the Against these 200 county Parkway police were Requests Westchester county executive Herbert Gerlach requested that all available state troopers be on duty Sunday to back up the local police Robeson will sing the allspices of the Westchester com mittee for law and Percy Braves 100Day Fast 2 Ignoring hunger pangs and Percy the Fat Man dozed away in his little house atop a pole Friday as he got over the hard part of his 100day A the 5ft Percy Coplon maintains hell stay up in the air until 4 in order to trim off at least 100 That figures out at a pound a This Percy would have you is not a publicity Be says its in the interest of He wants to prove that fasting and drinking pure water will His own he said i sleeping Its been both ering him since he got a little He gave a demonstration of that sickness Thursday night after he had wheezed and panted his way tip a fire department his new house atop a 30f steel A crowd of the curious dropped by shortly before midnight to see how Percy was Percy was doing all little house was vibrating from his They couldnt wake him one which has been in operation in Colorado for the last two The Colorado plan was the first one in the country setting up a single state body to carry out dis ciplinary A dozen other states are repotted to be working on similar the only method for control of improper practices in the Utah profession has been by boards of censors in the eight component but this has been largely ineffective because the investigating bodies were too close to the offending Six Physicians The new board of supervisors will be composed of six no two of whom can be from any one component only five will serve at a as no member will be alowed to act no member will be allowed to act on a case involving a doctor from his own local The new constitutional provision says it shall be the duty of the boardof supervisors to entertain and consider all reported viola tions of medical ethics or personal misconduct on the part of any member of the such report shall be brought to the attention of the secretary or any member of the board or any of the duly elected officers of any component society or any member of the council of the Utah State Medical by any mem bar of the association or any citi Powers of Board The board has power to summon before it any doctor against whom charges have been and after investigation is empowered either to dismiss the charges with out or ujfcct uic component society to take appro priate action if the charges are The accused has the right of appeal to the council of the state and its decision in the matter shall be Earlier Chester Wade Boston university school of told delegates that the many drugs available in the modern pharmacy are a god send to those who are sick and The sulfa drugs and peni for have saved thousands of lives since they were brought out just a few years But in the use of drugs the physician must always be alert to the possibility of allergic reac tions which in some cases may have serious he Most Common Symptoms The treatment of drug allergy is The only thing that can be done is have the patient stop using the offending and then give him sympto matic In some instances the effects of drug allergy can be combatted with another of the the speaker The most common manifestation Of drug allergy is a skin but it also may take the form of arthritis or blood Keefer said before the food and drug ad ministration releases a new drug for general use it tries to make sure it will not result in damage to the bone marrow which manufac See Page Column 7 FAMILY HASTENS TO SIDE Justice Rutledge Lies in Coma After Brain Hemorrhage 2 OB Su preme Court Justice Wiley near death at York hos has suffered a cerebral his physician said Elmer Tower declined to amplify his statement He would not say when the hemor rhage Previously the hospital had de scribed the jurists illness merely ss a circulatory Hope for him waned Friday when he into a His family their two Mary Lou and Jean and their and his at the At the 55yearold liberal went into the the hospital bul letin was reporting his condition as Oxygen was adminis tered Two one of them Fred Geier of family doctor and and Tower of the hospital attended The jurist entered the hospital He was stricken at seashore reaort in the nearby town of The Rut ledges have vacationed there in recent a former judge of the District of Columbia circuit court of was named to the supreme bench in A dean of law schools of Washington and the University of Rut ledge gained his legal training at University of Hes Ternifeil a Male Tokyo Rose Former army sergeant John David wears hand cuffs as he court In Frldsv with a Ue was arrested by F BI andcharged with treasonably aiding Wins Battle Against DrunkOMeter9 2 UP Hunter Friday won his 11month battle with a A court ruled that the machine isnt sensitive enough to determine whether a man is drunk or just a mellow gentleman of Hunter was convicted Hist Oc tober of drunken he was given a The motorist And the superior court ruled that the machine is ac curate only to of an The court decided meter would have to measure of an ounce to be accurate in determiningdrunk Navy Convicts Sailor Despite Shanghai Plea 2 UP A navy court Friday convicted Patrick James 23yearold seaman of jump ng ship in the a charge which Ryan countered by claiming he was shanghaied into the French foreign The court did hot state im mediately whether he was guilty of desertion or of the lesser crime of being absent without The exact nature of the verdict will be withheld until the case can je reviewed by the Potomac naval Maximum of Two Tears If convicted of ing that the navy rejects his story of being could 3e dishonorably discharged and sentenced to a maximum term of wo A conviction for absence with out subject the sea man to a sentence of only six months plus the hree or days between the time his ship sailed and when he says he attempted tc rejoin it Ryan testified that he missed hoarding his ship at San because of long farewell party with an Italian 3e asserted he had been drugged by someone who took all his money and personal He testified that he went to hoping to rejoin the ves sel at which he believed was its next port of but was ar rested by the French foreign lej gion military police and spirited o North Africa over his violent Beaten Brutally Because he refused to sign en listment he he was beaten brutally with heavy spreadeagled for as long as 24 tiours on the hot sands of the Sahara and once was forced to knee for hours on a board with protruding To substantiate that part of his he pulled up his trouser leg to show the court gome He said he escaped while fight ing for the legion in IndoChina and made his way to the Chinese border where Chinese custom of ficiate turned him over to FBI Charges Former L With Treason NEW 2 Federal Bureau of Investigation agents Friday arrested on a trea son charge a former army sergeant accused of assisting the Japanese occupation of Gorregidor and taking part in Tokyo propa broadcasts beamed to Amer ican troops during World War Described as a male Tokyo John David na tive born resident of San Fran was seized on Gover nors island after his discharge from the army upon completion of a regular term of Held Without Bail Provoo was arraigned before Commissioner Edward McDon ald and held without bail pending a hearing He was im mediately removed to the federal house of John X Mc Gohey charged that who is of German was cap tured by the Japanese when they won Corregidor on May At the time Provoo was attached to the headquarters of the army in the McGohey charged that the sixfoottwo Californian began collaborating with the Japanese army immediately after the fall of the rock and later was taken to Tokyo where he lived in compara tive comfort with a group of about 30 Australian and British collaborators who broadcast for the Acts McGohey said that Provoo not only participated in preparing ra dio programs and performed on them in broadcasts from Tokyo to but that he also did perform numerous acts to assist the imperial Japanese army in the occupation of On McGoheys request McDonald ordered Provoo held without bail until next week during which time Provoo will be able to obtain an attorney and to apply to federal district court for Washington Spire Found to Hold Uranium 2 the precious ingredient of atomic Jias been discovered near the White but 300 above it was disclosed It is imbedded in the tons of rock constituting the Washington The highest uranium content was found in granite blocks set under the memorial stone from Colo Joe the enterpris ing sales manager of Geophysi cal Instrument makers of Geiger tested stone blocks which came from every state in the The counter registered only 50 ticks a due to cosmic before entering the monu but jumped to a rate of 140 a minute near the Colorado Johnson Bars Senate Use Of for Junket Yoshida Asks Japs Repay Aid Fund 2 mier Shigeru in a nation Friday night on the fourth anniversary of the sur urged Japan to as a eventual repayment of all relief and rehabilitation funds poured into the country by the United States since the Taking as his theme Douglas MacArthurs statement Thursday that by her ful fillment of the surrender now has earned a peace the Conservative party premier told Japanese to remember that the nations large measure of re covery under the occupation has been bought with American Urges Self Support It is no honor to a nation to rely indefinitely upon the osity of another Yoshida must make our economy selfsupporting at the earliest pos sible We should pay back the money we have received from United States aid We should be ready to understake liquidation of all our foreign loans outstand ing since the prewar It is incumbent upon us to maintain pur old reputation abroad as a na tion which has never defaulted its foreign Two Billion Paid Out in bis 10minut6 ad made no estimate of the amount involved in his program of repaying the United The total of American relief and re habilitation funds here since the surrender however is now ap proaching or about the total of one years national budget in postwar and it is plain that the amount steadily increased until a time when Japan isable hypothetically to become a creditor Re payment therefore may be a most difficult But Yoshida said he is confident that Japan eventu ally will tc admitted to tUe United Millions Begin Labor Day Holiday Fling By UNITED PRESS Millions of Americans took to the highways and jammed Dlanes and buses Friday for a last summer holiday fling over Labor The travel with an esti mated motor cars on the was expected to be one of Jie worst in Railroads and bus lines reported leavy and the major air ines pressed hundreds of extra flights into service to handle the crowds of Ideal Holiday Weather The weather was clear and cool over most of the beckoning vacationers to picnic fish ng sporting events and other Expected highway travel over the holiday of miles rought a warning from the Na ional Safety council that 280 per sons probably would die in acci Last 492 persons died vio lently over Labor 302 in auto mobile The highway death toll in 1947 was The safety pleading for extra caution on the said travel would be heavy because many summer as well as would be hurry home to settle down the One of Busiest Harry S Truman will be one of the busiest He was scheduled to fly to Pittsburgh Monday for a Labor day speech at and then wing to Des Moines for a farm speech in the The president planned to continue on to his home at for an overnight At New York domestic air lines said travel was expected to be 10 to 15 greater than last and 111 extra sections ware sched uled at La Guardia air Rail roads also put on extra sections at the metropolis and bus lines prepared to handle heavy crowds in and out of the Officials predicted that three out of every five of New Yorks autos would be on the road sometime during the week United Air Lines scheduled 50 extra flights over the nation and JT W A put on 54 Ixmte Jokitgon Frowns on junket use of Would Save Tells Solons Try 2 of Defense Loaii Jofcil aon turned economy drive on congress delicately suggesting that senators planning an aroundtheworld junket take a commercial plane instead of a special airforce he would save the air force Though there have been insistent cries from congress for the unprecedented missive fr6m Johnson jolted Said Elmer Thomas I know senators will not be Global Trip Sought as chairman of a senate appropriations subcom mittee on the armed had planned to 11 other senators on a twomonth inspection trip in They planned to cross the Atlantic by starting But part of the beaded by Guy Cordon intended to fly around the world via the Philippines and Thomas wrote a letter to Johnsbn telling about the In the when members of congress asked to use military air craft on any trip labeled official business the Pentagon ately ordered the engines warmed the request cams from such a group which hoWe the purse strings oh military SBWPOINT FINANCE BOLSTER Conferees Draft Agenda Of Britain Crisis Talk pun 3 2 American and Canadian officials ended theirpreliminary factfinding conference Friday re portedly agreed suggesting six steps for easing Britains financial The big question of how Britain is to earn enough dollars fo meet Its expanses left ii tHItf weeklong This critical problem will be handed to the top cabinet officers of the three governments wh meet heie Wednesday in hope of discovering a ifcnTuls o solve the kingdoms dollar short Write Tentative State and department officials refused to discuss results of the sessions which ended Fri agenda agreed they would be sub mitted to London and Ottawa for approval over the week Officials connacted with the acknowledged they are still pessimistic about the chsnces that the coming top level meeting will succeed In finding a way to reverse Britains economic slump in the near Although the terms of the agenda to be proposed for the officers were kept it was learned that these six main points will be considered as stop gap measures when the talks be gin 7 SixPoint Chart A new reduction in British buying from the United States in favor of purchases from nondollar areas offering alternate sources of Britain already has cut American purchases 25 in a belttightening Amplifying and streamlining American customs regulations to make it easier for British evport ers to get their goods into the United Relaxing the terms of the 1946 British loan agreement to allow Britain to discriminate during the financial emergency against Amer ican goods which must be paid for in scarce Intensive Drive An intensive drive by the PERCENT PROBE British government to distribute and package its wares in the United States better as a means of attracting new custo Speeding up American gov ernment purchases 01 such strate gic materials as rubber and tin to provide commonwealth nations with money needed in the next few More American loans am purchases southeast Asian f i 1 III I Expense Stirs But Johnson came back with a etter saying the proposed trip around the world niaacon For economy both In aircraft and in so far this year I have refused to agree to he assignment of special mission aircraft to accompany con gressional parties on trips around he I felt that the services not craft to spare for trips of this t have could not justtfy in competition mercial carriers who a in carrying passengeri over same routes for Officials participating in the talks said that these six steps are mainly designed to check the drain on Britains reserves pending fur ther ubirfv bv three ments of the British economic Slot King Query Sought 2 Joseph McCarthy demanded Friday that senate five percenter investigators summon Frankie Naw York slot machine when their inquiry is resumed some time this He said he would insist that Chairman Clyde Hoey of the investigating sub call Costello and that he has no doubt our capable chairman will do But Hoey has said several times that none of the evidence pre sented thus far warrants Costellos The only scheduled witnesses are James a key figure in the David president of the Albert Verley Perfume both of whom are and William Costellos name has been grought into the inquiry only by During the which were recessed indeflnitley he asked Harry Vaughan whether he ever was investigated by the FBI for accepting a pay ment for favors done Costellos liquor The presidential military aide denied that he ever was the sub ject of such an cdata sii engine aircraft aloft and m a trip of six dura the cost to the government for such a special flight easily can s coupled with my feeling thatour aircraft should be on military duty and that we should avoid in way possible competing with and reducing the revenues of our pti vate air that Impels to offer you an alternative sug gestion for the travel of those member of the committee who de cided to travel around the He then suggested that they ake American commercial planes from Europe to Junket Even if as many as eight mem sers of your committee decided to take the trip he the total cost by commercial carriers would be less than to at which point they could return to the United on our daily scheduled military air transport Acknowledging receipt of John sons Thomas replied that the purpose of the trip abroad was to investigate conditions where vast sums of public money are being Economy Rivalry He said he would furnish copies of Johnsons letter to all com mittee Of he if it was cheaper to use commercial planes than government it would be efficient to In the past few weeks Johnson and congress have been vying with each other in The defense chief announced that civilian employes would be fired and 50 installations Then the senate clipped off funds previously ap proved by the house in passing a appropriation to fi nance the navy and sir The air fores Seeks Clue in Barsov Diary v 2 A diary purportedly written by Anatole Soviet army filer who twice switched sides in the cold was scanned by State de partment officials Friday for pos sible solution of a The question frankly puzzling diplomatic officials is this Why did after fleeing Russia and tasting American hos pitality for six suppos edly repent and return to an uncertain fate in his Soviet home land Officials were reluctant to dis cuss but the key question cen tered on the possibility that So viet agents in this country may have got to Barsov and pres sured him into his alloged repen It was the Soviet embassy here which said he bad repented and to go back to The diary ostensibly written by Barsov is in two One sec tion gives intimate details of his life from the time he crashlanded his Soviet army plane in Austria last October until shortly after he toured the state of Virginia last The other which ex perts suspect was not entirely covers the following months until he was seized by authorities and secretly deported to Austria on Persons familiar with transla tions of the second section said it showed a marked change in Bar sovs attitude toward American life and Is liberally dosed with the fa miliar phrases of Kremlin propa A translation of both documents covers about 49 typewritten papers were turned over to the State department Thursday by the Washington bureau of Life Edward as sistant chief of the Time and Life told a reporter I turned themanuscript over to the State department volun tarily because I felt it was mat ter which be ta the of the appropriate Jones said the papers had been but he declined to dl vulge Jones said the apers had found Wednesday la Barsovs hotel room had bean lying neglected ntariy two State department officiate indicated privately that an was to I   

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