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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS TM btcnwutata Network StatlMKALL r Tknratk Fritay WEATHER Partly efcwly fmr Details M SI 176 SALT LAKE FRIDAY OCTOBER PRICE FIVE CENTS Million Mine Aid Plan Passes Senate Bill Aims to Explore Nations Minerals 6 senate Friday approved a threeyear plan federal aid to metal It passed a bill earmarking for exploration and conservation of domestic sources of strategic and critical metals and The bill was amended to require repayment of federal advances for exploration if the mine aided should produce ores in profitable A house committee hearing on the bill probably will begin Mon Chairman Albert Engle of the house mining subcommittee said Thursday Poor Substitute Engle indicated he thinks the senate measure a pretty poor sub stitute for his own measure to es tablish a sysiem of incentive pay ments for production and explor The Engle bill has failed thus far to get house rules com Utah Medical Under Probe De partment of Justice has started an antitrust investigation of the American Medical and 15 affiliated medical including the Utah State Medical AM A board of trustees ealls it an effort to discredit American medicine and terrorize physicians into abandoning their opposition to compulsory health The Department of on the other says it is looking Into complaints of an effort to monopolize prepaid medical care Howard McGrath got out a statement after the A M A board had disclosed the in quiry and complained that its of fices had been broken into in a aearch for Statement The statement The Justice department has re ceived numerous complaints from doctors and the general public charging the American Medical and certain other medical associations with conspiring to re strain and monopolize the prepaid medical care plans not conducted under their sponsorship and oper ated with plans controlled by Should the investigation disclose that the complaints are well founded and a violation of law further action by the De partment of Justice to eliminate auch violation would to be The A M A board of trustees said their private offices were broken ure with senate passage of mine Into and thoroughly searched incentive providing for 10 while medical officials were charting their campaign in opposition to compulsory medical Search Significant George secretary general manager of the A No accusations are made against the Department of Jus But he added the robbery in cident is one of real significance In the chronology of events since See Page Column 6 Navy Grounds Mars Planes PEARL 6 A Pacific fleet spokesman con firmed Thursday that all Mars seaplanes have been ordered not to The Philippine Mars arrived safely at Honolulu 6 after one of its engines dropped into the sea en route from The Marg big fouren personnel and cargo car fly under command of military air transport but End Milwaukee StHKC the MATS public ofj 6 UP Charges Face Crommelin In Navy Papers 6Leak mittee But if the senate bill is the best we can I suppose well have to take he told a re He said he wanted to study the final senate draft before making any extended He was I he that the committee would want to hear testimony on j the i We wont take he We make up our minds pretty quickly over Two Hours Debate The senate bin was passed by the senate Thursday after more than two hours and with out a record It was amendment suggested by John Williams and accepted by Joseph OMahoney who han dled the bill on the that limit expenditures under the bill to Guy Cordon added the amendment which would require repayment of federal ad vances from any profits which might accrue from successful op erations of mines under the OMahoney forecast a re view of the legislation after three pointing out that no con tract for aid under the measure may extend for more than two years and that the legislation is limited to three TritxM Special assistance to mines for explora development and conserva was expressed Thursday by Arthur Watkins Watkins Views I have been working for a long time as a member of the special subcommittee of the in terior and insular affairs commit tee of the senate seeking to arrive at a formula which would enable the mines now and those threatened with to con tinue and at the same time which would increase the security of the United States in the event of another In a speech on the senate floor during consideration of this meas Watkins urged its pas sage and it would pro vide emergency relief and is not intended as a permanent Revision of income tax laws to permit deductions for expenses involved in the exploration and de velopment of mines and possible tariff appear to be the long range remedies awaiting future action of Watkins Theres Joy in Flalbush Manager Hurt Brooklyn hugs Elwin Preacher Boe right in dressing room following Roes 10 victory over New York Yankees Win evened world series count between the teams at one game Scene moves to Ebbets field Dodgers Tie Series Win Second 10 Contest TANKEE NEW 6 Preach a slight studious south paw from gave mag nificent performance under wrack ing pressure in the late innings Thursday to throttle the 1 to and pull his Brooklyn Dodgers even with the New Tork ers in the 1949 world series at one game A crowd of packed into the Yankee park witnessed a sec throbbing mound this time between Roe and Vic the Yankees big 21game And for the second day they saw the decision hinge on a single Robinson Scores Run Jackie the Dodgers scampering Negro second base crossed the plate with the big one off Raschi on a single into left field by GH Hodges in the second inning after Jackie had doubled and raced to third on a pop Pitching his way out of trouble in the eighth and ninth frames with a cool and gritty Roe became the first Brooklyn hurler to hang up a 1 to 0 vic tory this He also became the first left hander to blank the Yankees this Never before have two games been won by 1 to 0 scores in a much less two in succes sion by that Move to Ebbets As the two fighting outfits go into the third contest Friday in the Dodgers home Ebbets they appear more evenly matched than identical and its anybodys world a 31yearold veteran with a tremendous assortment of Rose Draws TenYear Prison Term lice referred all questions to fleet Fleet headquarters said all five ef the Mars are at across the bay from San The spokesman said that after studying the which lost an engine in It was concluded that something pos sibly was structurally wrong with the ended officially a cut off service for CIO coke and chemical union members Thursday voted unanimously to accept a company contract and strike which 25 hours to customers in this The agreement with the Milwaukee Gas Light calls for a fivecent hourly wage in crease and a pension plan paid by iboth company and Tribune Offers fa Bit Extra9 In Exclusive Series Report Just a little bit extra Thats what The Salt Lake Tribune is offering its readers as the 1949 world series unfolds its dramatic action in New In addition to The Tribunes already complete coverage the baseball classic in pictures and The Tribune has arranged for Fred a member of the Yankee team and a Salt Lake to provide behind thedugout stories for Tribune Each day when the game is Associate Sports Editor John Mooney telephones Fred in New York and gets Freds firsthand views of the days game and some of the background of the Yankee and Dodger This is the sort of information which even onthescene sports writers cant and it comes right from a Salt Lake boy who made good in big league Turn to the sports section right now for John Mooneya interview with Fred Sanford and a new slant on the world fbe fait Tribune Ons ei Antrieas Great Newspapers SAN 6 UP traitor Iva Toguri DAquino Thursday was sentenced to serve 10 years In prison and fined by federal Judge Michael 33y earold Americanborn woman who be came the voice of Tokyo Rose on a series of Japanese propaganda programs beamed to allied troops during the showed no visible emotion as sentence was pro Roche also denied motions by Defense Counsel Wayne Col lins for arrest of for ac quittal and for a new Flam Speedy Appeal The attorney said he planned an immediate appeal to the ninth circuit court of DAquino was convicted last week by a jury of six men and six women on one count of an eightcount indictment after a 56 day treason trial in she found guilty of broadcasting to allied troops over Radio Tokyo following the battle of Leytegulf Orphans of the now you are really Now all your ships are How are you going to home now Defendant Silent a petite brunet who dropped from 130 pounds to 98 during the gruelling three months remained mute when Roche asked her if she had any thing to say before he passed Just before sentence was pro Roche the court will refrain from making any com Although several could be no useful purpose would be DAquino could have been sentenced to The minimum sentence for treason is five years and a tine of Collins made an impassioned plea for clemency based on the fact that DAquino ended up in jail for her part in the radio Tokyo broad casts while some of the allied prisoners of who helped write the scripts for the still are in the army and those that have all gained Bart manager of the Brooklyn said Thurs day he would use either Ralph or Rex Barney in the third world series game Eb bets field Tommy was elected by Casey Stengel to go for the New York curves but very little gave fully as impressive a performance as his huge Don New did in his heartbreaking loser The Yanks nudged the cool Preacher for six two of them in the eighth and ninth but only once during the tense duel did the American league champions push a man around to Not until the eighth inning did they ever have two runners on base at the same Hurts Glove Hand To make his performance all the more Roe pitched from the fourth inning with a fingernail torn from the fourth finger of his or He received the injury when Lindell drilled a savage drive back at the mound with two out in the Roe knocked it down in j selfdefense and tossed Lindell but there was doubt for some min utes that he would be able to con tinue pitching in the and several Dodger pitchers warmed I up hurriedly between Before retiring for a pinchhitter in the last of the Raschi gave up six struck out four issued only one that intentionally to the dangerous Roy Campanella to get out of the second inning The Dodgers nicked Joe Page for their seventh a leadoff single into left by Duke Robinson sacrificed the Duke to second but neither pinchhitter Carl Furillo nor Luis Olmo could knock Joes stuff past the in Complete pages 29 Pact Reached In Hawaii Dock Dispute By ASSOCIATED PKE88 Agreement tor settling 159day stevedore strike was reached Friday and new efforts to end the coal strike gained mo But the steel strike dragged marked by spreading walkouts and There was no sign of an early break in this The Hawaii stevedore strike was settled on the basis of a 14cent hourly wage boost now ant an additional 7 cents next March The territorys 2000 CIO steve dores were paid a prestrike wage of an Formal A statement of employers said the agreement still needed to be ratified at a meeting between for mal settle ment was and Harry head of the CIO Inter national Longshoremens Warehousemens said his group certainly would ratify John Lewis fired a brusque twoword will attend reply to a government invitation to a peace parley in Washington Friday on the coal The operators previously assured Mediation Chief Cyrus Ching that they will at Two More Firms In the steel an official of the CIO United Steelworkers said the Harrisburg Steel and Central Iron and Steel both of probably will be Negotiations were con tinued after the general steel strike slatted 1 because these com panies were operating only part Now both companies have refused demands for a free pen sioninsurance Orecarrying boats lay idle up and down the Great The auto industry began feeling the pinch of the steel Pack ard laid off 7856 of its em ployes until The Briggs Manufacturing which supplies bodies for laid off 5000 workers for the rest of the A total of steel workers also are idle in the Detroit Matthews Holds Denies Sea Morale Ruin 6 of the Navy Franda Matthews denied Thursday that naval morale is and ordered charge placed against a defiant captain who leaked navy papers picturing the security as imperilled under the unified defense John suspended and confined to awaited the drafting of ap TRUMAN SKEPTICAL Truman Signs Bill Arming Pact Nations Jet Transports Not Til 1955 But Just Wait LOS 6 It wili probably be 1955 before youll be riding in a jet trans but look what you have to look forward to Speeds from 500 to 550 miles per altitudes up to and 3500mile hops in a SO to 100passenger plane that will cost to at least at That was the consensus Thurs day of four experts at the So ciety of Automotive Engineers national aeronautic Carlos Douglas aircraft said jets are five years away because theres no eco nomic justification for the re placement of current 300mph He estimated that after the ice has been broken it may be possible to produce jet trans ports In quantities of 100 for about 6 The arms aid bill to strengthen free nations against communism became the law of the land Thursday with Harry S Trumans The enacted by con gress under the shadow of Rtmiag atomic was signed at a for mal White House ceremony at tended by congressional leaders and of Defense Louis John This is a notable contribution to the collective security of the free nations of the the president affixing his signa ture to the document with evident No Funds Yet The 11 pact partners of the United States eventually wiU get in arms aid under the In Greece and Turkey will receive Korea and the Philippines and non At the same the president signed a bill carrying as the second in stallment in foreign recovery funds under the Marshall The money will keep the economic cooperation administration going until July j Seen as Peace Aid In addition to E C A the bill carries for army relief programs in western Gerj Japan and the Robert Cleared Trumans path to White Death Claims Demo Leader 6 ert the man who opened the White House door to Harry S died of a heart atack at his home Thurs had been in fail ing health for several The former owner of the Louis Cardinals and former chairman of the Democratic party suc cumbed at 9 Hannegan and three at the couples four Sally and were et his bedside when he Robert Hannegan was away at A priest administered the last rites of the Catholic Attended Boyle Fete Recently his health had seemed much His last public appearance was at the testimonial dinner at Kansas City for William Boyle new chairman of Democratic National who also noted that Hannegan had some thing to do with his becoming On two occasions Hannegan was able to wield the power and in fluence that brought his fellow Missourian In when then a senator faced a hard fight for renomination he swung the Louis vote into the Truman column and overcame out state The loss of that primary could have been fatal to Trumans political Nomination At the 1944 national con vention in who had become Democratic na tional insured the nomi nation of Truman a vice president by adroit work with dele gates in key A shrewd and able Han negan was educated at Louis where he starred in Hannegan headed the syndicate that bought the Louis Cardi nals from aging Sam Breadon in the winter of Last Janu ary he sold the ball club to Fred Saigh his partner in the original Hannegan had just returned from a tour of Europe during which he and his family were received in a private audience with the pope in propriate charges and a possible The house armed services com took secret testi mony from a higher on the row in the Then it Matthews make it public It was learned that commander of the Pacific warned congress against believing any third world war will be a short in which the United States can expect to get a quick victory through the air forces B38 Sea Power Without belittling the role of longrange Radford reportedly aaid the nation must expect use sea adequately fortified with naval From this account of the testi it became clear that con gress was launched on a wide ranging search into the topmost realm of defense Twenty one more of the navys big guns will Behind the uproar was a flying and successful at last in getting a fulldress hearing of his that the navy is being nibbled away by decisions of the newly unified military set denounced unauthorized dis closures in harshest He spoke angrily of faithlessness and insubordina He asked the committee not to make public Radfords testi It might contain nothing militarily he but would aid any enemy to the ex tent that it disclosed serious dif ferences of policy and Group The committee overruled Chairman Vinson said Radfords viewswill be made public While Matthews was in the witness Vinson advised him that the committee wants no wraps on the navy Con he wants to get to the bottom of this unrest and concern in the There has been no There will Matthews The chain of firerackers set off by Crommelin reminded some legislators of a celebrated earlier I hope were not going to have a repetition of the Billy Mit chell said William Knowland in a sen ate the air corps Billy Mitchell was courtmartialed after the first world war for espousing air power as against sea In wee the situation is Much had happened in 24 Wednesday evening Crommelin disclosed that it was he who gave reporters on Monday the letters of three admirals to voicing concern over navy by Guns He said he was ready for the The letters were not militarily he de and he felt it necessary to the interests of national security that their contents be In the house Sutton See Page Column I Practical Red Atom Plan Held Unlikely Harry S Truman said Thurs day he that Russia cook ing up ah acceptable atomic bomb control The Soviets will make a new arms control statement next Tues day at the United The big question is Will they have a new slant on atomic bomb con rol now that an atomic explosion n Russia has been reported by the Truman wasnt excited by this prospect A newsman told him at his news conference that was reported the Russians were about to make some new proposal for He asked if Truman would look forward to hearing about it The president did state his that the world can avoid an arms race and that the United will still come up with an effective control of the atomic Asked if an atomic agreement with Russia is not more necessary a blemish on now he said of states had made ttai ant proposition m i control of the bomb didnt see fit to accep Basically the difference with Russia over atomic control is that the Soviets want to retain a veto over inspection within their bor the president put his signature to bills authorizing or appropriating in for eign and arms aid to dis courage any Russian ideas of over running Loans Kaiser Million To Build LowPriced Auto 6 Another will The government Thursday backed go for nonmilitary aid to Greece i KaiserFrazer plans for a new low and i price automobile with a The president said that recent developments in the field of arma ments have strengthened the free nations in their adherence to the principle of a common the principle that underlies the arms He said that by em phasizing the common determina tion of free nations to protect themselves against the threat of fear of the mutual defense assistance act will Atrengthen the peace of the The measure does not carry ac tual and congress still must appropriate the money to put the program into But arms shipments can begin almost im mediately through a advance from the 000 loan to the The Reconstruction Finance announced the big loan with the stated purpose of helping i price when began ten Interest will be 4 the standard charge for the agencys business KF was kuown to be well ad vanced on planning for a new reportedly to compete in the ChevroletFordP 1 ymouth KF complete their line of The auto making a postwar venture of bigbuilder Henry reportedly asked the funds to tool up for 1651 Officials kept mum after the RFC how The models are not ex pected to hit the market until some Many months are required to get a car from the draft board draw ings to the end of the production The RFC said the run 1 ating for the R fC loan about four months requires loan to make every effort to get funds from private lenders before it will give them Previous financial aid for KF had come from the Bank of Amer Californiabased Mggest bank in the and the Mellon National bank of Some reportedly put up by these Institutions to assist KF with this years pro carrying through the 1980 Denounces Strong Arm Russ Tactics 6 UrVThe United States Thursday bitterly denounced Russias strong arm tactics in eastern Germany in two hotly worded The state department hurled this onetwo diplomatic punch at Mos cow amid reports a Russian supported government about to be proclaimed in the Soviet of The department led off with an official note which angrily pro tested the shocking mistreat ment handed out by the to Americans who wander by acci dent into eastern Tough to Moscow This one of the toughest ever sent to accused Rus sian authorities of violating the most elementary standards of in ternational decency when they imprisoned these Americans under brutal A few hours Undersecre tary of State Webb followed this up with a bluntly worded charge that reduced eastern Germany to an oppressive police he Moscow now trying to create a dicta torial unrepresentative poppet government to rival the German Webb Ckarfes Mincing no Wefcb atw declared the Russians are Loot ing the natural and ladmtrtalre sources of their SIMM reopsntaf concentration camps free economic hfe la eaatent Ger maa and unendurable tint thousands to the i The state department afco an nounced it had an jUswtan envoys to extraordinary stssAifr Ttafsatajri inetmisngry fctte jjjfcteT and to oonsMsr further Mftlff Tatosfcrtrt MaflrM Tito in MMfcntfjibi I 511 ;