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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 16, 1954, Mason City, Iowa                                m II II North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited or MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THl NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NIIGHBORS EDITIO VOL LXI Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY NOVEMBER U 1954 This Paper Consists of Two One No 32 Britain Joins in Atomic Fuel Bid I I m i McCarthy Challenged by Watkins on Probe of Financial Status WASHINGTON Watkins noting Sen McCarthy has accused him of being asked Tuesday why McCarthy didnt go before a Senate Elections Subcommittee which looked into his financial affairs in 195152 Watkins told the Senate he did not believe there was another mem berof the body who would have refused to appear before a commit tee when his integrity and honor was involved But he said that McCarthy sent one insulting letter after another to the Elections Subcommittee from the safety of his McCarthy did not Watkins said appear before the subcommittee he would be under oath and Iowa Medical Case Studied CHICAGO joint com mis sion of the American Medica Assn and the American Hospita Assn has taken under advisemenl the dispute between doctor special ists and hospitals in Iowa Details of the situation were ex plained to the commission Monday ay leaders of the Iowa State Medi cal Society and the Iowa State Hos pital Assn After the daylong meeting Dr Walter Martin of Norfolk president of the AMA and chair man of the joint commission said the matter had been taken under advisement for further The controversy is between Iowa hospitals and pathologists and ra diologists BARRYMORE FAMILY REDUCED TO legitimate theaters ily of Ethel and shown as they looked in 1932 when they posed with the infant John Blyth Barryrnore son of John and Delores Costello Barrymore The death of Lionel leaves only Ethel to continue on with the legendary Barrymore name Actor Lionel Barrymore Dead at 76 n Heart Attack Caused Death Sister Ethe Is Only Survivor i HOLLYWOOD UP G r u m p y warmhearted Lionel Barrymore who had no stomach for the thea ter but was long one of the most Illustrious of actors died Monday night He was 76 Stricken at home Sunday night shortly after reciting the Tomor row and Tomorrow and Tomor row soliloquy from Shakespeares the senior member of actings Royal Family had been in a coma 19 hours at Valley pital A complication of aEmehts in cluded arthritis which after two hip fractures had forced him to use a wheel c h a ir and crutches the past 17 years Dr John Paul E w i n g said heart conges t i o n was the immediate cause of death Only Ethel BARRYMORE Barrymore a year younger sur vives Lionel in the famed family of stage and screen Their brother John died in 1942 Radio fans remember Lionels portrayals for years as Mayor of the as narrator of the Sun day night Hall of Fame and his annual Christmas enactment of Dickens crusty His last movie was Lone in 1951 with Clark Gable and Ava Gardner The BarrymoreDrew clan to which he belonged had first ap peared on the stage in 1752 Lionel was born in Philadelphia to the celebrated theatrical team of Mau rice and Georgia Drew Barrymore He made his debut on the New York stage at 15 in The in which his grandmother Mrs John Drew played Mrs Malaprop He said in later years he had no stomach for the stage but be came an actor because it seemed the easiest way to earn a living He studied art in Paris returned and worked as anillustrator and acted in silent movies in New York His brother John lured him back to the stage in 1916 in Peter Lionel became a star with his appearance in The He joined MetroGoldwynMayer to star in The Barrier in 1921 He an Academy Award for his performance A Norma Shearer in 1931 1 Max Is Fighting the BABY BATTLE NEW YORK pending bltsscd event threatens to turn into the biggest backstage baby battle since the famous Helen Hayes act of God case in 1929 Television audiences Tuesday night will tee Ruth Gilbert the pintsized blonde who plays the part of Max Milton Berles love struck secretary quit her job Berlt protests in script but Max quits anyway even introduces comedienne Nancy Walker as a girl whod likt to take over Thats not the way it is though In real life Ruth is sizzling mad that shes being dropped from the show She is pregnant and ex pects her baby early in February She says the producers want to cancel her no promise ofputting her back on the show after the baby comes Irving Gray executive producer for Berlt admitted they were anxious for Ruth to leave the show because she looks like she is going to have a He added however that we have ntvtr planned not to have her They just wont promise itin writing Human Cancers Can Be Made to Shine Medic Team Says ATLANTIC CITY cancers can be made to shine with a bright red warning light for easy detection a medical team announced Tuesday This may prove a great breakthrough against cancer It could lead to a pretty sure way of telling whether a person has cancer whether it in hisbody where Coverdale Back Again as Good Roads Prexy DBS MOINES OBJohn W Cov all the cancer is located It might also create a new way of carry ing radioactive atoms to cancers to destroy them A chemical obtained from human blood isinjected into a persons veinsThis chemical porphyris lodges in cancer tissue Then when body tissues are ex amined under ultraviolet or invis ible black light the porphyrin shines with a red light of danger as bright as a womans lipstick thismethod has outlined entire cancers in a few human bodies telling surgeons the extent of the cancer for complete remov al Doctors D S RasmnssenTax dal Grant E Ward and Frank H J Figge of Baltimore told the American College of Surgeons There is hope that the porphyrin can be combined with iodine so that it would show up under X rays That would mean a person could have the then be Xrayed or fluorescoped to see if ic has cancer and where it is The porphyrinipdine presumably would go to any places where the cancer had spread in the body and reveal those locations for life saving treatment This spreading action called metastasis is one reason why many people die of original cancer is re moved but already have day spread elsewhere take root and grow Another possibility is that radio active atoms coold be attached to porphyriiv and be carried to the sites of cancer to root ben we erdale Waterloor has beenre elected president of the Iowa Good Roads Assn Leon North wood was among thbse reelected directors About The Weather Cify Cloudy and cooler Fair and mild FiveDay Temperatures will average four to eight degrees above n o r rn al Wednesday through Sunday Normal highs are 44 north 47 south Normal lows 26 28 south Cooling to near normal Wednesday then mostly above normal until cool ing again over the weekend Pre cipitation will average onequar ter inch orless falling as rain around the weekend Continued mild GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Bv Tues Maximum Minimum At S a m YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum OverthePole Flight Ended Trip Took Fewer Than 24 Hours COPENHAGEN Denmark W The first scheduled commercial airline flight over the lonely wastes of the Arctic was completed Tues day when a Scandinavian Airlines System plane landed here 4 min utes less than 24 hours after it left Los Angeles Another SAS superCloudmaster meanwhile was speeding westward from Copenhagen to Los Angeles to complete the route in the oppo site direction It carried a top level load of passengers including three Scandinavian prime minis ters and a Danish prince The westbound plane named the Helge Viking made a refueling stop in the night at Bluie West 8 on Greenlands west coast and an other in midmorning at Man The trailblazing flight to Copenhagen wasmade by the airliner Royal Viking it left Los Angeles at Monday and landed here Tuesday at The flight brought Denmark and southern California only sunrises apart by Prince Knud of Denmark and other Danish dignitaries were on hand to welcome the 32 passengers and crew of 10 on the flight Lt Gov Harold J Powers of California was the first to leave the plane He was followed by ac tor Jean Hersholt the only Danish born passenger movie star Walter Pidgeon who was greeted with the question How is Marilyn Mon and Los Angeles Mayor Norris Poulson who held up a large sign Los Angeles City Lim Davenport Man Is Charged in Death LINCOLN Neb charge of manslaughter was filed Tuesday against George E Mintun 32 Davenport Iowa in the death Sat urday of Mrs Regina Hovland 22 Lincoln waitress Mrs Hovland was found with a fractured skull in the bade seat of Mintuns car early Saturday She was dead on arrival at a Lincoln icspital Earlier in the evening Mintun and Mrs Hovland had at tended a canasta party at the Frank McNeil borne at the rear of which police found the woman Mintun pleaded innocent when arraigned and preliminary hearing was set for Nov 27 Bond was set subject to crossexamination Yet Watkins said the elections unit was considering serious mat as the question of whether thousands of dollars col lected by McCarthy to fight Com munism been diverted to his own personal advantage No Slur Watkins said he vyas not saying that McCarthy was afraid a cow that he didnt dare to appear before that committee because of legal matters that might grow out of but he asked Why didnt he go over and meet with the committee For the second time in the Sen ates extraordinary session Wat kins was speaking in defense of a special committees recommenda BULLETIN WASHINGTON W Sen Wat kins RUtah asked Tuesday that the Senate censure Sen McCarthy for McCarthys re marks about the special cen sure committee as well as for the two counts in the commit tees recommendations tion that the Senate censure Mc Carthy He was replying too to criticisms McCarthy has hurled at the committee headed by Watkins A large number of senators listened intently as Watkins spoke but McCarthy was absent McCarthy said Monday that he had something more important to do than listen to Walkins since Watkins had announced in advance tie would not permit interruptions for questions Over the weekendMcCarthy said that Watkins statement that he would not submit to any further oral questioning was the most unusual the most cowardly thing Ive heard Watkins had com plained that McCarthy was mak ing speeches in the guise of ques ions Watkins said he supposed he should be indignant about McCar thy calling him cowardly and hut he said that in many respects I feel more sorrow ful than Same Attitude McCarthys remarks he said revealed an attitude that has characterized the senator from Wisconsin for some But Watkins said that since Mc Carthy had opened up the question of cowardice and courage the Sen ate might look at the record of Me Carthys failure to testify before he Elections Subcommittee and at the charges of dishonesty and stealing McCarthy hurled at AP Wireplioto WATER Sheldon a Hollywood lass who at 1 can out swim many adults and who has been swimming since she was 10 days old Monday won her parents plaudits when she swam across the family swimming pool 25 feet and turned somersaults in the water when she finished Here Julie divts for rattle held between the toes of her Jen Loven a swimming instructor Over Russian Goals Knowland Fails to Gain Support WASHINGTON ol State Dulles said Tuesday he be lieves Eisenhower administration foreign policy adequately covers present needs and he knows of no emergency requiring an extra ordinary review He thus appeared at a news conference to place himself in oppo sition to the call voiced Monday by Sen Knowland RCalif for a review of policies to sec whether a basic change in direction is needed Dulles also appeared to dispute Knowlandf contention that an atomic stalemate between the United States and Itussia could Slater Gl Killed Trying to Escape Fort Wood Jail FORT LEONARD WOOD Mo W Army private from Slater owa was shot and killed when he attempted to escape while being taken to the post stockade author ities said here Monday The authorities identified the man as Pvt Jack L Hutson 20 They said Hutson had been ar rested last Thursday after being absent without leave since Sept 28 The shooting occurred Friday The guard who fired the fatal shot was not identified The Army pokcsman said IJutsons record showed two previous unauthorized absences since he joined the sery ce last April as well as two con victions as a civilian in 1951 for lar ceny and disturbing the peaqe UNAUTHORIZED stone sits at the controls of light plane which he stole at Grand Rapids and made an unauthorized 375 mile flight home Spaulding who never had a real flying lesson is shown with Norman Burgess a mechanic who tried to stop him Authorities continue to ponder his case mean the weakening oC the free world through nibbling aggres lie told reporters that the free nations largely under Amcri man leadership have been contin uously taking measures to strengthen themselves against So viet pressures and he would say that on the whole those measures have been quite successful Ikes Response A short time before in an ad dress which had some of the ear marks of a response to Knbwland President Eisenhower had said that better understanding between the peoples the United States and Russia is the only wayto a lasting and just peace Eisenhower addressing the con vention of land grant colleges and universities said one of the prob the world is lack of Rus sian understanding Americas and lack of appreciation here of the Russians history Ahead of the statements by EL senhower and his secretary ol state Sen Fulbrigtit DArk had said that Knowland Senate Repub lican was engaging in dangerous talk when he said ultimate Communist victory would result from coexistence and atomic Two other members of the Sen ate Foreign Relations Committee H Alexander Smith R NJ and Sparkman reporters they were puzzled as to just what point Knowland was try ing to make Foreign Visitors Knowland himself told a news man his speech was aimed partly at some of our foreign French Premier MendesFrance is due for a state visit here Wednes day evening Knowland also said in answer to questions that he wanted to get Ms views on the record before Wednesdays White House confer ence with congressional leaders The whole broad field of foreign and military policy will be the topic at that meeting He said he was fully aware that Eisenhower spoke favorably of a policy of co existence last summer 44 Pounds Allocated for Tests Soviet Offer Turned Down UNITED NATIONS N Y WV Britnin joined the United States Tuesday in earmarking a quantity of atomic material for use under President Eisenhowers atomsfor peace program to build experimen tal reactors in other countries British Minister of State Anthony Nutting told the General Assem blys 60nation Political Committee that Britain had allocated 20 kilo grams 44 pounds of fissionable material to be added to the 220 pounds set aside by the United States Monday The announcement came as U N delegates hailed the U S move as the biggest step forward since President Eisenhower first con ceived his plan to use atomic en ergy for peaceful purposes Private Talks Meanwhile Russia and the West ern delegates continued private talks on a series of Soviet amend ments a sevenpower resolution outlining plans for an international agency which will handle the dis tribution of the fissionable mate rials Informed quarters indicated the Western countries had turned down the main Soviet place the agency under the Se curity Council where Russia has Ihe veto U S Chief Delegate Henry Cabot Lodge however cx presseH confidence that the seven power resolution still might he ap proved by a unanimous vote in substantially its present form This leaves the exact relationship of the U N and the agency to be determined by negotiations but suggests that the two be linked in the same manner as the U N and its specialized agencies Plenty of Fuel Informed sources said the fis sionable material mated to be enough to m a k e at least one atomic pro vide enough fuelto run 30 or 40 new reactors Frances atomic spokesman Jules Moch said there now are 32 reactors in existence outside Russia and her satellite na tions Lodge had announced Nov 5 that the United States stood ready to conclude bilateral agreements with other nations to furnish fis sionable materials for atomic re actors But few delegates hero thought Washington would act so quickly In a terse aside to Russias An drei h o had charged that the United States had nar rowed down the scope Eisen howers original o d g e voiced hope that the offer would once and for all remove from the mind of all any confu sion as to how specific the United States atomsforpeace proposition really The U S announcement came less than a week after Philippina Delegate Carlos P Romulo sug gested that the United States and Russia as chief makers of atom ic bombs contribute 220 pounds fissionable material for an atomic reactor to be set up under the Atomic Agency In contrast to Romulos sugges tion however the fissionable ma terials would not be given to the U N outright U S sources in dicated later they would be ear marked by the proposed interna tional atomic agency to partici pating nations for building reac tors for peaceful purposes DUTCH CONTROL SOESTERBERG AIR BAS1 Motherlands WI The 512th Fighter Squadron was transferred o Dutch operational command Tuesday by Ambassador H Freeman Matthews SAME BUck MMI to fte M   

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