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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 23, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                                4 v North Iowas Doily Newspaper Editod for th C r ITY G VOL TO AwocUled PMH and Ujjlted frtu International FuJj The newspaper that makes all North lowans MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JANUARY 23 1W2 neigji b ors 7c a Paper ConsUts ol Two HOME EDITION II Common cold on way out Tests now being made By TOM LAMBERT Herald Tribune News Service SALISBURYEngland HTNS scientists are to begin this year a series of experiments which may help to cure or allevi ate some types of common colds Some time later in 1962 accord ing to scientists at the Common Cold Research Unit at Harvard Hospital here volunteers are to be injected with doses of Inter feron which has proven effective against some types of common cold viruses in experiments in test tubes and on animals Ihferferon is a protein anti virus substance developed by Dr Alick Isaacs head of the Bac teriology and Virus Research Unit of Britains National In for Medical Research In laboratory tests and experi ments with mice scientists here said Interferon has inhibited the growth or multiplication of some common cold viruses Scientist at the World War II type Nissen ard Quonset Hut laboratories of the Research Unit would not predict Interferon will cure or prevent colds caused by any kind of cold viruses at have been to be that the growthdampening effect of Interferon some viruses and the activities of the human bodys antibodies against common cold viruses could halt or prevent some kinds of colds The Research Unit has been working on the common cold lince 1946 The Harvard Hospital at which the unit is based was builtin ae o CANDIDATE HJ R Gross Wateroo Republican an nounced Tuesday that he will seek reelection as Represent ative from Iowas Third Dis trict Gross is presently serv ing in his 14th year in1 the House The Third District is composed of 16 Northeast Iowa counties Herman Faber will be Gross campaign chairman Cadre should speak against Commies Ike FROM WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON Former President Dwight D Eisenhower urged Tuesday that top military and civil ian leaders be encouraged to speak out against the dangers of international communism Eisenhower offered this advice in a statement sent to a specialSenate investigating committee and made public as it opened hearings on charges the Pen i I i least six of which catalogued here Their hope seems as School in the United States ami the American Red Cross to the British people Jr 1WO the World ganization established Inter national Reference Centefor Respiratory Virus Diseases at the hospital to catalogue and identify viruses sent from foreign countries and ship them viruses for research use Some of the latter have gone to the Soviet Union As defined by Dr D A J Tyrrell Laboratory Director the common cold Research Unit has three aims To learn how to grow more viruses and improve tissue cul ture techniques To try to develop experimental commonc o 1 dresistant vaccines and learn if such substances can prevent common colds To study how Interferon might be used to prevent colds In their IsVearstudy of colds the 12 scientists and A technicians here have instituted a volunteer system under which men or women between 18 and 50 come here for 10day guinea pig periods The volunteers there have been 7254 of them to date are and then inoculated with various types of cold virus The doctors then study the effects on the volunteers Neither climate season nor coldpreventive diets of certain vitamins seem to affect those Committee gives OK to McCone as CIA head WASHINGTON afe Armed Services Committee Monday formally approved the nomination of John A McCone to head the Central Intelligence Agency Chairman Richard B Russell announced that the committee in a closed meeting also approved the nominations of FredKorth Fort Worth Tex to be secretary of the Navy Neil E Harlan a Harvard professor tobeassistant secre tary of the Air Force for finan cial Iowa Generally fair Tuesda night becoming partly cloud Wednesday Warmer Low Tuesday night zero to 5 above HighsWednesday in the 20s Further outlook Partly cloud and warmer Thursday Minnesota Partly cloudy an wanner possibly through turning Wednesday colder with snow flurries extreme north west byWednesday afternoon Lows Tuesday night 515 Highs Wednesday 20s northeast to 2S 35 elsewhere GlobeGazette weather data up to 3 am Tuesday Maximum Minimum At 8am Sunrise r Sunset YEAR AGO inoculated doctors said Virus in jections prove as effective in spring as winter in cold weather as in hot Some volunteers who have been on reportedly cold inhibiting diets succumb to virus injections as readily as those not on diets The scientists here have reached certain tentative con clusions hoary knowledge to lay ment about colds Children seem to catch them more easily and theyseem to be transmitted primarily by human contact The human nose seems to be a fruit ful breeding ground for colds Asked how best to stave off a cold Dr Tyrrell replied Avoid infection T h en grinning he added WILLIAM EDWARD LAMB W E Lamb lawyer dies at Northwood muzzles antiCom munist speeches by mili tary leaders I say let the military speak always under properly establishec policies and the pet of their civilian Eisenhower in his letter to Sen John C Stcnnis DMiss chairman of the inquiry In half i century ol nation a service I have yet to meet the American military officer who viewed himself asa budding Na poleonor even a and I suggest it is worthy of note that in recent world history the three major dictators Hitler Mussolin and Stalin came from civil Me hearings began it was learned the senators have ob tained some information that Sec retary of Defense Robert S Mc Namara declined to give the names of individuals in the Djefense Department who blue penciled specific speeches In declining to give these names McNamara took a stand that he was assuming full respon sibility himself for what had been done The senators got the names from the men themselves I hearing to order with a bangof his gavel in the marblewalled caucus room oJ the old Senate Office Building AdnvArlelgh A Burke retired former chief of naval rL also testified But first Stennis read froni Ei senhowers statement and putit into the StennisJsaidhe andSen Lever eft jSaltonstall RMass senior Republican on the group visited with theformer president at his Gettysburg estate and dis cussed with himthe issues under nquiry Hesaid that in the Eisenhower memorandum The r inquiry stemmwi from complaints by Sen Stroni Thurmond DSC against Penta ron policy in relation to speeches by military officers It Thur mond who called it muzzling McNamara in testimony before toe Senate Armed Services Com mittee last year disputed Thur nonds version of Pentagon policy but related that texts of prepared speeches by military officers were read and some parts eliminated Kefauver slams drug industry WASHINGTON AP Sen NORTHWOOD Ed Thats vague advice isnt it SAME ward Lamb 91 died fuesday morning at the home of C R Christiansen here He had vis ited here since Christmas Ful neral arrangements are incomj plete at the Bakke Funeral Home Northwood Bom Nov 28 1870 at Marble Rock he was the son of William D and Ella Sophia Wallace Lamb He was graduated from the Northwood High School and from the University of Iowa col lege of law in r 1895 He prac ticed I a w ait Northwood seven years and at Cedar Rapids seven years For an extended period Air kamb was associated with a Northwood native son Rush But ler in one of Chicagos largest and best known legal firms But ler Lamb Fosterand Pope The Iowa loyalty of Butler and Lamb was reflected in the em ployment of numerous SUI law graduates One of these was Vir gil M Hancher who from to 1940 was in the firm It was then he returned to Iowa as president of his alma mater In 1907 Mr L am b went to Washington DC where he was in government service until 1910 It at this time that he en tered the practice of law in Chi i i cagothat ledto the association with Rush Butler Later he es tablished a branch office in Washington During the Hoover term as Sec retary of Commerce he was drawq into an important assign ment which utilized his knowl edge of both Eaw and federal government in an important way Washington was home to him until 1954 when he returned to Northwood He lived here from MV M rwu iiCiC tlUIlI that time until his death except for a brief stay last fall at Friendship Haven Fort Dodge June 1926 he was married to GeorgiaWorster at Adel They were married until May 26 1940 Mr Lamb served as anattor ney for the Interstate Commerce Commission was special exam iner for Ur mission and chairman of the First Board of Review He was a life member of the the Elks Lodge Surviving are two daughters Mrs Walter Margaret Dow V utivi uiio tf cUllc Jean ChapmanBoise Idaho Dean Rusk right confers with ministers OrglS ayne Morse leit and Robert tion of Woodward assistant of American of state Punta del Este Uruguay Three blocs battle at ministersconference PUNTA DEL ESTE Uruguay InterAmerican foreign ministers conference 6nCuban conimunism split into three blocs Tuesday Wer how best spheric unity one of the biggest and powerful n a t i o n s waraed other members that the Organization ofAmerican States faces a danger of disintegration unless a compromise formula is found AtjUS spokesman 51111 ex pressed meeting would resultin some indictment of the Castro regime but the situation remained extremely fluid Brazil leader antiponish nent bloc obviously has not budged aninch after tjvo days of behindthescenes bar gaining over whether to punish Castro with dip lomatic Tor economic penalties or adopt a soft approach J lrrtl There is little prospect oTcom Brazil thtf largestLaftnAmeri can nation pushedfor a second postponement formal freeze the positions the 20dnterAmerican nations considering thecase ol Cuba the zlst Brazil wants an other day to and pro posals privately assistant secretary s of state forinterAmeri an affairs said in an interview hat theUnited States is hopeful the member nationswill getto gether toward a common nm necessarily the position of the United Good attacks pressi Republican machine WASHINGTON Mer vin Coad lashed out Tuesday at the Republican press vhich was joined by the Iowa Re publican machine for waging he called a deliberate per onal smear campaign aimed at his political destruction Coad in a prepared House peech mentioned no names ir his remarks about the storm which brewed around him lasi names tr c m VTUWU tiiuiuiu imn jaSl Estes Kefauver D said summer declined to go be Tuesday the drug industry spends yond the contents of his speech about million a year or i several times the amount it takes Faye Pe o operate all the nations mediters exwife of one of cal schools to persuade doctors his aides Iast West o write prescriptions in trade VirJIlia he got an Alabama divorce in March and the then Mrs Peters was awarded Ne vada decree in April I committed no wrong against society Coad said 1 resorted openly to the laws pro mulgatedand established by the courts of justice in order that in dividuals can seek legally a change in the status of their pri vate affairs Every step that I have pursued was open and above board amatter of record Coad added Kefauver head of a committee hat has been investigating drug ndustry practices said in re narks prepared for an AFLCIO egislative economic conference that consumers take a beating because pharmacists are bound y law to fill prescriptions ex ictly as doctors write them Kefauver urged AFLCIO sup xrt for his pending bfll to con rol drug licensing and require Overnment clearance before bugs can be marketed At Mondays session Rep idam Clayton Powell DNY hairman of the House Labor Committee invited labor union CONFIDENCE ATHENS Greece vi 11 the Shrine and Constantine Caramanlis1 pro Vestern government won a vote f confidence in Parliament ear ly Tuesday against charges that t used strongarm tactics ast falls national election in certain interests en tered into a conspiracy to abro gate my usefulness to the people of Iowa Using the immunity granted to them by constitutional amendment the press conducted a Vicious attack motivated by po litical influences levied my reputationand my character In a deliberate1 attempt to smear andbelittle they caused to be printed time and time again accounts which were absolutely private in nature and normally privileged as personal Other stories were carried and repeated which were so slanted and lacking in fact as to make them beyond the reason of truth Coad contended the attacks were not made on his record inCon gress which he defended as a goodone and added 4 This attack made in the most scurrilous and vicious manner re plete with falsities and filled with animosities was far the lowest in the history of Iowa politics Coad said he had maintained silence on the subject but was speakingout now because the at tack again was being continued by these same perverse inter ests Coadsaid he considered nam ing rtheipersons involved but re jected this approach because to strike back would in effect put mein the position of defending allegation and distortions of fact which are better left to the more delicate domain of private con science into which the crude proc esses of inquiry should not fol low He also criticized the Iowa Re publican dominated Legislature for cutting up his district to bring Iowa down from eight to seven House membersHe called it a political maneuver in its rawest sense Seventh victim of slide found TWIN LAKES Colo Sparch crews digging in snow over their heads recovered the small body Tuesday of the sev enth victim of Sundays huge avalanche that thundered down 14431foot Mt Elbert Authori ies said the body of Michael Adamich 7 was buried under about 15 feet of snow near vhere the body of his brother Woodward indicated no precise formula has yet been worked oul which would meet with the ap proval of all the participants but he lookedfor developments by Wednesday night Other US sources felt tuty thing happen but expressed optimism that some sort of con damnation will bevl i majority if t not1 the desired two thirds majority of the Organiza tion of States The conference had taken on the look of a deadlock with several ig nations still apparentlyhold ing out againstany strong action such as the imposition of matic and economic penalties ad vocated by USSecretary of State Dean Husk Failure of the conference to act against the Castro regime might lave an adverse effect in the US Congress on President Kennedys Alliance for Progress program a project aimed to cure Latin Americas dangerous eco nomic ills Kennedys team facing an ar ray of conflicting rears and aspi rations apparently abandoned any hope of unanimity of the 20 nations on1 strong collective pun shment of the Cuban regime arid sought to salvage a majority con demnation toothless though it might be As others wrangled the Cubans remained in the background more and more confident they would emerge from the meeting unpunished In Havana Castro predicted failure for theconference Hede clared in a7TV speech Monday night that Cuba woiild never ac cept sanctions or condemning from the Inter American conference He asserted hat any antiCuban action taken Algiers hit by terror Restrictions bring death By ANDREW BOROW1EC ALGIERS with gunfire and explosives Tuesday to plans of French authorities to ilamptight trafficand oth r restrictions on three of Algerias largest cities Jean Morin chief govern ment representative in Al geria ordered the special control measures for Al giers Oran and Bone Mon day night in ah effort to stop the war between European and Moslem terrorists But terrorist gunfire left two Europeans and a Moslem dead and nine Moslems wounded in Algiers Tuesday In Oran a terrorist shot a Eu ropean to death and a European crowd in retaliation killed a Moslem flower seller who had a dagger hidden in his flower basket In Bone an explosive charge damaged the stern of the steam ship Djebel Dira which was pre paring to sail with a company of riot policebeing transferred to France The ship will have to go into drydock for repairs Four persons were killed and 18 wounded in terrorist attacks and seven Moslenis were killed by police Monday Authorities said the terrorist attacks showed the necessity of immediate application of the new security ing roadblocks traffic curfewi and troop cordons Theysaid it would some time however before they could be put because of a shortageof troops jThe citys T public transport was strikeboundfor the sixth day and European doc tors werein the second day of their 48hour strikeBus drivers and doctors aredemanding po ice escorts but authorities say they do not have enough man power Only two roadblocks guarded approaches to Algiers this morn ing Cars were not being searchedand there1 were few signs of increased patrols as planned under the new degrees French troops were ordered to set up road blocks on all ap proaches to the three cities to restrict the flow of arms to the wo opposing extremist groups the European Secret Army Or janization and the Moslem Na tional Liberation Front A communique ann o u n c e d raffic would be stopped on cer ain streets and that some parts of the cities would be cordoned iff permanently AH automobile traffic from 9 m to daylight was banned in he three cities 50 arrested for French bombing PARIS arrest IJI spotlight here focused on foreign office and the kidnaping ina and Brazil Latin1 Amerofa French parliamentary nic TV V arresi by the OAS might be a spark iged 50 persons Tuesday in a pre mting revolutions throughout the dawn roundup of suspects ia hemisphere Mondays plastic bombing of the The spo O icas largest most powerful na tions Argentina seemed to be gaining more support for a compromise formula envisioning denunciation of Castro butshort of such man datory collective punishment as the rupture of diplomatic and economic Evidently attempting to salvage atleast a minimum objective the placed its authority behind the Argentine ap proach Anything less than con demnation of Cuba would dim President Kennedys chances of getting the initial appro priation he seeks from Congress for the Alliance for Progress The Brazilians wgedly sought ackng for theKlion that the OAS would defeat itsown pur William Jr 9 was found Sun day and drive Cuba irrevocably nto the Soviet camp unless the 3astro regime is given a chance to assume an entirely neutralist position in interAmerican affairs deputy First reports said many of the suspects were under 21 Police sources said the outlawed se cretarmy organization OAS was behind both incidents The kidnaping of Deputy Dr Paul Mainguy was believed to be the first of a planned series of attacks or kidnapings aimed at commemorating the barri cades revolt in Algiers on Jan 24 1960 Late Monday night police worked on lists of suspected OAS members and early Tues day morning a strong force of raiding parties fanned out through the different regions of Paris Police admitted they were without clues to the terrorists who planted the plastic bomb in he Quai dOrsay courtyard Monday The bomb killed a for eign office messenger and in jured 32 persons Five of the in iured were still hospitalized Tuesday   

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