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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS laterawntaia Networic StefloaXALL SaroBca FHsiy WEATHER Partly cloudy Vriday Continued DeUlte on tf 141 SALT LAKE FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Visiting Authorities Map Subjects of Discussion Visiting speakers discuss subjects presented to Utah State Medical Left to AI vin Seattle William Ixuigmire and Warren Noted Medic Lifts Curtain On Atomic Fission Aid By WILLIAM PATRICK Atomic energy provided medical science withianotlier dow through icTTriewthe metabolic processes the Through this1 window mihy are sure to be dis covered in the futiirer This additional means of view ing bodily processes is provided by making radioactive those sub stances the body uses from day to clay in tissues and carry ing on its life Then using devices to detect the can follow these sub around and learn many that were closed to him the 100 years from the dis of vaccination to its wide stances secrets Get Benefit Glimpse of these and other glimpse benefits of atomic fission were auveomycin also is effective against Penicillins naw goldencolored is ah effec tive treatment for the socalled rickettsiftl infections such as epi demic Q fever and Rocky mountain spotted said Chester Wade profes sor of Boston and chairman of the committees on medicine and National Research there has been no specific treatment fo irthese dis eases only symptomatic treat ment and as a result the mor tality has been In typhus is one of the worlds age old Keefer siiid CLOSE THE DOOR given members of the Utah State Medics Thursday by Shields professor of pathology at Harvard medical anS director of the of biology and United States Atomic Energy commis The occasion was the opening of the associations annual conven tion at the University of Utah Union Atomic he can destroy us as a or carry us on to startling new Protection of great masses of the population against the pos sibility of future explosions of atomic bombs is one of the prob lems with which the government now is and Warren said that in a few months the medical profession will be re quested to aid in setting up a na tionwide civil defense organiza Urges Preparedness I hope you will be ready to take he In addition to giving science a research tool of inestimable atomic energy already has made contributions in the of Warren listed the most important of these as Radioactive a satis factory substitute for This is much cheaper than and unlike radium is not retained if it gets in the It has another advantage in that it is flexible and can be made up into a variety of Radioactive which has been found a valuable treatment for chronic leukemia and polycythemia Aids Cancer Cure Radioactive This is ef fective Jn treating certain types of thyroid and inoperable cases of or toxic Radioactive colloidal which is injected into inoperable maligant Although still in the experimental stage it seems Utilization of shortlived ra isotopes for the study of circulation time and total fluid in the Warren said that only eight years ago atomic energy was re garded as an and now it is onj of the mosx signifi cant factors in He con trasted this short period with the 400 years from tho discovery of to its practical acute brucellosis undulant See Page Column 1 SENATE FIGHT AFL Pledges Taft Defeat LOS 1 William president of the AmericanFederation of Labor Thursday pledged would lose his sen ate seat in the 1950 We are undertaking a cam paign never such as this nation has the labor leader told the 47th annual convention of the California The 1950 election will hp as important tc labor as the battle of Gettysburg was to the Civil Green departed from his pre pared text to unleash a blast at Taft whom he called the notori ous author of the reprehensible Taft Hartley He sharply criticized a coali tion of the blind and deaf in con gress for deflating progressive legislaton and urged vigorous campaigning by labor to correct the situation in the 1950 With only halfthe success in 1950 that we had in congress will be securely in the hands of a liberal he Doctors Told To Solve Costs Issue Failure of the medical profes sion to lead in solving the riomic problems of medicine will open the way for the government to take over medical practice in Orin A Utah State Medical declared Speaking at a meeting of the house of held in con the annual convention at the University of he said it cannot be denied that the cost of the finest medical care today exceeds the ability of the average person to pay for Problem Is The problem posed is vital and one that must be Ogilvie It is no answer to the plight of the man of average whose wife or child is afflicted with a deadly resulting in almost certain death unless expensive medical or sur gical care is made available at to tell him that the cost is prohibitive for a person of his means and that the inevitable re sult is the loss of his loved Doing Great Deal He said that through prepaid medical care plans the profession is doing a great deal to meet the problems presented on the eco nomic side of but vastly more remains to be Ogilvie told his colleagues that while there arc legitimate in creases in the cost of medical care what ia even more im portant to the future wellbeing of our profession is the everpresent problem charged by More of exorbitant fees certain of our mem an nver he it is now imperative that we keep before us the important fact that we undertake the pvactice of medicine to serve humanity and alleviate its and that the members of the profession are not to use their practice primarily as a means for the acquisition of East Germans Force Way To West Zone Invade British Territory As Reds Celebrate 1 than Russian zone Germans in vaded western Germany Thurs day without papers or author ization from the allied Thursday night most of them had returned to the east The invading Germans smashed through border over whelmingwestern police anrf soldiers along a 600mile frontier from the Baltic to They forced their way into both the British and American The opportunity for their entry came from Russian celebration of peace day on the 10th anniver sary of the starting of World War The Soviets relaxed their bor der controls for the Supplies Attract The apparent reason for the en thusiastic German response to lowering the barriers was the de sire for such items as and something to Shopkeepers in the American zone did a rurh business in these exchanging1 one west mark for east zone Western alliedauthorities were unable to say whether the Ger man mobaction was encouraged by the Russians or whether it was just eagerness of the east zone Germans to go It ap peared to be a bit of The Communists held celebra tions all along They bostires and tried by means of loudspeakers to induce west zone youths to desert to the Majority Returns Late Thursday night a majority of the invaders returned to the SovieVaoheTheywent back with parcels under their arms and food in their Some reel companied border tives they had visited ever the properly authorized interzonal passes ars required for travel between the east and The Russian zone travelers ap peared at the British and Ameri can frontiers in They had passed Russian zone police guards without trouble or inspec Truman Says Russ Face Ease Cold War f They demanded Their numbers in town after town along the waiting crowds grew so large they just pushed their way TyphoonsTolI Rises to 78 In Tokyo Area 2 The toll of the ty phoon and its companion flood reached 78 dead and 364 injured Heavy rain fell in the TokyoYokohama This not only increased the misery of ty hoon victims but heightened the iireat of additional The greatest flood menace was on the Kanto plain north and east Commander Celebrates Election la Us Texas George Craig wins s kiss from wife to celebrate his election as national commander of the Ameri The sttorneyv ristsiiii cf famed Third is the first World War H vet to head the s Battle Against YJ generation took over jejsd Thuraday with the eiebtion of George 40yearold World became ths 1irst veteran of the second world war to head the na tions Ke succeeds to the a year post Quietest1 Convention The new commander immediately served notice he would lead the legion in an allout fight against Craig proposed in a victory statement that the legion take the lead in welding tpgether powerful fighting force that will free the country from com munism and the threatof destruc tive The election closed the legionjs 31st national which many members described as the quietest in Ths horseplay which marked other legion get togethers was so tame that hotel men called it the most orderly convention ever held in Philadel Other New Leaders of Strengthen Dikes The Tone river which cuts Parachutists Threat to Leap Disrupts Empire State Staff NEW 1 publicity seeking parachutists threat to jump from the 102story Empire State gave the sky scrapers staff the jitters Thurs Anonymous telephone calls and gaping crowds outside heightened the Nothing The Robert Jump ing Jack leaped Wednesday off the George Washington Then he repeated an earlier statement he made on the west coast that he wants to jump from the Empire State which tow ers 1250 in midtown In his Umpire State Niles he might carry his girl Vicki in his Building officials said the Em pire States employes have been onthe lookout for Kilns ever since he first voiced his threat to jump last The last jump from the building was by a suicide in who checked out of his hotel and disappeared scoffed at the notion that building employes could block his He pointed out that there are so many windows and ledges it would be hard to watch them The big building has 6500 win It has 2700 regular tenants who employ some persons who come in and out of the Empire State every working hrough the plain was patrolled by They had strengthened weak spots in the So the Tone has kept o its In Tokyo alone relief agencies ook care of JapMcae whose homes either were smashed or damaged by the typhoon or were menaced by the Even before the new rains came doVriipours of 13 had been recorded in the mountains to the Yank Injured All victims of the typhoon were Japanese except for one sol He was cut slightly by fly ing The main danger to Tokyo from flood carne from the middle and lower reaches of the Tone An overflow in either section would send the flood coursing int the eastern section of Tokyo through smaller streams and That was one main reason why the new rains were unwel Flood Houses High water from the rains al ready stood as much as several feet deep In some houses in the low sections of The which caused the worst storm damage in Tokyo in 1 hos blown itself But weather observers had eye on another low pressure area south of Iwo some 600 miles to the army weathermen called it only a suspected storm But there was nothing cut and dried about the closing The election campaign was hotly Craigs victory over his nearest James Green was as sured when he swept the bigvote states of Illinois and The five national vice com mander posts went to Frank John Bank Teller Foils Blonde Bandit In Daylight Raid 1 neatly drsssed blonde at tempted to rob the Dallas Na tional bank a few minutes before noon Thursday by threat ening a teller with a handwrit ten She fled when the teller slammed the cage window Officials of the bank seid the about 20 or appeared before Eddie Meischs teller cage at and shoved a note to Your life depends on your the note It asked money in and It was Meisch said a handkerchief in one of the womans hands covered what could have been a The teller made a motion toward the cash drawer then suddenly slammecrUic cige win The frail woman walked out of the bank and was lost in the David Edward Ay assistant pastor of MaryHs waa elected chaplain without op The vote was 1835 for Craig 1379 for Green 63 for Erie and 55 for Don ald West It iatsr was made unanimous on a motion by Cocke and seconded by the other two Tito Ends Trip To Direct Dispute I Tito has re turned to Belgrade from the Adri atic coast and has taken over per sonal direction of the Yugoslav dispute with Russia and her satel official sources said Thurs day Tito is reported in reliable quar ers to have gone into conference frith his closest advisers on the question of possble action n the United Nations against Russias threatening attitude toward Rift Widens The dispute in 14 months has de velopedfrom a Communist party to Titos rejection of Rus sian into a critical di vergence of with Tito alone against the seven countries ofi the Cominform Communist jureau of The situation has become acute Because of increasingly ominous lotes from Russia and of appar ently confirmed reports ot five Red army divisionu are concentrated on the Hun garian and Romainian frontiers of Ignore Threats Yugoslav government leaders lave failed to become alarmed by lussias open or implied They do not for that Russia has eny intention of sending her troops over thebor on the pretext that some uprising has made such an in cursion NEW 1 Marshal Tito of Yugoslavia hopes to set up his own cominform it was reported Thursday by the Red Radio Attacks On West Hit few Peak GRAFT BID Hairy S Truman said start of World War the eastwest of alryei is slackening off but be declined comiuent on reported Soviet troop movement near the Yugoslav The presidents which followed byone day a statement of similar tenor by Secy of State Dean came as the Moscow radio arid Russian satellite press were reach ing new heights in their denuncia tion of what they termed Anglo American iChier targets of attacks from behind the iron curtain were Pius xn and Marshal Tito of But Truman told his news conference 10 years to the day Hitlers invasion of that he sincerely hopea the 1 OB Harry S Truman said day he plans to ftarry on as bis military a pronouncement that brought immediate from Joseph McCarthy mem her of senatecommitteeini vestigating five percenter1 8tiviJ Vaughan before that Asked press conference he atalri the president said that he did When the chief executive laughed standing his man aged a wan The president when asked if he felt that Vaughan has been deal by ate apprised of Trumans was the same as telling other government employes that what Vaughan has done is perfectly snd go thou and do cold between and the West will endin surrender as the ahoothig war did four years Surrender by whom he did not but implied that he meant trnlvemJ His remarks came in response to a request for a statement on the 10year lapse since the start of the last He said he is hop teg that fhs war of he termed disappointing will cease and everybody will get in a mood for he the United Na tlcns will work as it waa intended and pave the way for generations of world faA saidthat the reported troop just to the east of border were being too well publicized by Russian satellites to btrauthentic warmoves r the Russians and their stooges were loosing their at the Pope and i LMds Attack Moscow although com pelled to fight beside Russia dur the oUd so in pursuit of Own selfish Referring to Red Sleet quoted a senator who later became president of the States as saying of Germany and Russia during the war Let both sides kill each other off as much as All the western allies led Fleet was to eliminate Germany as a not to destroy Russia Proved Strong But Russia proved unexpected ly strong and defeating Ger many compelled Japan to snder and emerged stronger than Red Fleet Now AngloAmerican imperial ists have revived the power of 3erman industrial magnates in the Red Fleet But atom bombs and a world wide network of strategic bases are Soldiers are neces and finding soldiers ready to ight and die for the profits of heir Wall street bosses becomes larder and Moscow Radio Charges The Moscow radio took up the ttack Thursday night with the the western powers had Mter to Invade Tfiis nazi the preceded by many ror 1 UP Drew Pearson testi fled Thursday that Harry oiiee lin successfully to meddle in a jury fixing case against Burtont wealthy oil man later was convicted of the charge j once denounced by1 Harry S TruJiiaa because he persistently the White House military aide de scribed the alleged incident to sen ate percenter investigators who then recessed indefinitely their inquiry into the capitals busy influence Story Spills Over Before it was stopped short by Chairman Clyde Heey Pearsons under story spilia over to include facts and suspicions about the 1946 Kan sas City vote fraud a third Louisiana and a charge hat Vaughaih once tried to have e commentator Pearson was the final witness in the fourweeksold inquiry which has titillated the capital with testimony pressure in high race track construction perfume maker junkets to and the months of activity on the part of celebrated gift of deep freezers to Hitler and the rujing hecommentator The essence of these political activities was that the imperialistic circles of these western powers were egging Hitler on to move against the Soviet The western powers made it plain to him that he need fear no interference their that in reality they had no objection to his invading Poland on the con dition that he went on and attacked the members of the White House inr ner Pearson Aske Chance Pearson had reniiested a chance to testify Thursday to erase any impression that he ever accused Vaughan of accepting a He pointed 0it that certain testimony Wednesday might left that So far as I Vaughan was in no way involved See Page Column 5 privately published United magazine In a move that almost certainly would force showdown with the Tito said to be wait ing for the right psychological mo ment to prolaim the competing The magazine article said Titos rival organization would be confined in its early stages to Albania and Truman Confident Congress To Enact Fair Deal Fully 1 Harry S Truman said Thurs still is confident the 81st congress will enact his fair deal program in Undismayed by reversals of the last eight he said he is just as determined and just as confident as when he announced his program last He emphasized the 81st now on a short doesnt expire officially until Jan The president refused to evalu ate the record to much of which has been against he insisted the final score will show a complete administration 81st congress this year flatly rejected his major labor of TaftHartley Administration leaders in con under White House are working on a compromise farm Hereis the status of some of th6 other major points in the presi dents program Housing and extension of into Minimum from 40c an hour to without increased coverage he re for a 000 Aid to by senate and stalled in the Compulsory health insuiranci nothing ;