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The Kansas City Star from Kansas City, Missouri • 10

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10 THE KANSAS CITY STAB, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1949. Rescue, Ruins and Survivors After Plane Crash. Week SAVED BY A NEW DffBS CURES REPORTED WITH NEOMYCIN ON TWO NEAR DEATH. U1 Ini 1 and 1J only HL iliTHlBi UMHU Ui 0 1 1 LI 1,1 STARTING NEXT YEAR! YES, We Mean No Money Down! The First Use In Homin Illnesses Paves the Way for Clinical Trials to Find a Tuberculosis Remedy. vnmmsne msxas QmoRmM $95 BESIDES! RESCUE ACTIVITIES AFTER THE CRASH of an American Airlines DC-6 plane today at Dallas brought firemen and volunteer workers into action amid tatters of the transport.

Here the body of a victim is carried from the scene. The crash occurred when the ship was approaching the airport for a landing (Wirephoto). STEAL FOUR PIGGIE BANKS. Thieves Take Total of $60 in Two Home Raids. niy $1 .25 Week for BOTH Sink and Disposal in Your Home! Philadelphia, Nov.

28. (AP) Doctors at the Pennsylvania hospital reported today one of sciences newest wonder drugs neomycin has been given to humans for the first time. Two male patients suffering from urinary tract infections were administered the drug, the hospital said, with complete cures effected after six days. made raoM son. fungus.

Neomycin Is a drug-brother of a streptomycin. Both are made from the same material a soil fungus. Treatment of the two patients was supervised by Dr. Garfield G. Duncan, director of the division of medicine at the Pennsylvania hospital.

The drug had never been given to humans before, Dr. Duncan said. It was administered successfully only on experimental animals. We werent sure, and still arent, whether it would have harmful toxic effects on humans. The two patients, both reported near death, agreed to risk possible after-effects on chance the drug might work.

Dr. Duncan said he decided to try neomycin after treatment using penicillin, aureomycin, streptomycin and Chloromycetin. PARTIAL CURE BY OTHER MEANS. The other drugs partly cleared up the infection but couldnt kill all the organisms that were causing the Illness, Dr. Duncan said, adding: Neomycin will be used in a very wide range of disorders but wouldnt be able to tell in advance what it might cure or not." Dr.

Duncan and his associates said they have high hopes that neomycin may prove effective in fighting tuberculosis. He said experiments with animals have been very effective against TB The experiments were of two types, with neomycin alone and with the new drug in combination with streptomycin. Neomycin, said Dr. Duncan, gives real promises of being effective against tuberculosis." He said that the drug has not yet been produced in sufficient quantities for clinical trials with human beings, but that such experiments are in the offing. Biglerville, Nov.

29. (AP) Ralph Pitzer, 47 years old, who became a human guinea pig in trying out a new drug, gave this reaction today to his chance-taking: There wasnt anything else left; so I said, Go ahead. Doctors at the Pennsylvania hospital, Philadelphia, named the Adams County fruit grower as one of the two men cured of urinary tract infections after six days treatment with the new drug, neomycin. Pitzer suffered for twelve years with a kidney infection. For three and a half years before taking the new drug he was a semi-invalid.

SUES A PENSION LEADER. Mcl.ain Accused of Making $100, 000 Off Advertising Agency. Los Angeles, Nov. 29.GNS) George H. McLain, head of the Citizens Committee for Old Age Pensions, today branded as phoney a suit charging that he made a secret $100,000 profit from the pension movement.

The suit vas filed in Los Angeles Superior court yesterday by Marcy B. Sapin. a member of the pension committee and editor of the magazine Frauds. Sapin asserted that McLain and Myrtle Williams, state social welfare director, made $100,000 through an advertising agency which received a 15 per cent commission on all advertising it placed for the p' on organization. esked that McLain be required give an accounting and to return the advertising commissions to the pension committee's treasury.

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Mrs. George Province, 2729 Raytown road, said three china piggie banks containing $50 had disappeared from a dining room buffet. The pink, white and blue banks held funds saved since the births of Cherryl, 3 years old, and Robert, 2, children of the Provinces. A red elephant bank containing $10 was stolen Sunday night from the home of Clarence True Wilson, 3614 Bellefontaine avenue, by someone who smashed a rear door glass while the family was away from home. The money had been saved to buy a bond for Gay Ann Wilson, l2.

C. OF C. COMMITTEES SOON. Selection Procedure Is Outlined at a Meeting. The procedure for the selection of new committees for the Chamber of Commerce was outlined yesterday at a meeting of the committee on committees in the office of George W.

Catts, executive manager. J. C. Higdon, chairman, said the committee would meet at 4 oclock next Monday at the chamber to confer with departmental dents on recommendation for committee appointments. Committee appointments recom-i mqnded will be acted upon by the president and board of directors about the middle of December, Catts said.

OPEN TONIGHT (g) PM and Every Night and Sunday Til TATTERS OF SHEET METAL to which a large part of the crashed plane were reduced by crash and flame are seen In the foreground. In the distance Is the burned-out building of the Dallas Aviation school (Wirephoto) Our One and Only Store 3815 BROADWAY PHONE WE. 6880 Its Smart to Read and Use Star Want Ads Average Weekly Wage for Factory Workers Drops. Washington, Nov. 29.

(AP) Average weekly earnings for factory workers were $55.26 in October. This was a decrease of about a half dollar from September. The Labor department reported these figures today. It said the decrease was due to the steel strike, some curtailment in the automobile Industry as retail car inventories increased, and a seasonal production expansion in some nondurable goods Industries. Average weekly earnings for factory workers had risen steadily since last April.

In another report the departments Bureau of Labor Statistics said strike idleness In October, due to the coal and steel strikes, was triple what it had been in September. The October loss of man-days due to strikes was put at 19 million, compared with in September. LUCKY SURVIVORS of the Dallas plane crash were Mr. and Mrs. Juan Lelaurier of Mexico City.

He Is shown holding their Injured 22-month-old son, Albert, at Parkland hospital, where the members of the family received treatment after the plane wreck. Seated In the distance la the babys mother, heavily bandaged (Wirephoto) government as spies punishable by summary execution. We will set up a military government In France until a legal government is established. Everything had been prepared in Communist circles for Hie seizure of the government. The plan was dropped like a hot brick the moment after Bidault reported Elsenhowers decision.

Communists in the F. celebrated the liberation of Paris with the same patriotic fervor as the remainder of the population. There was no suggestion of repeating their plan as long as Eisenhower remained in the country. Communist Attempt to Seize France Blocked by Eisenhower Georges Bidault Tells How Reply by Allied General Interrupts Red Plans to Seize Control During Liberation Movement in August, 1944. Tomorrow Is Anniversary of Blue Springs Residents.

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Luttrell.

Blue Springs, will celebrate their fiftieth wedding anniversary tomorrow. The Luttrells were married at the Blue Springs Baptist church. Mr. Luttrell, who was born on the Luttrell homestead one mile south of Blue Springs, has lived In the community all his life. He was a founder of both the Blue Springs Lumber and the Blue Springs Milling companies.

Mrs. Luttrell was bom near Troy, and moved to Jackson County when three years old. The Luttrells have two daughters, Mrs. James Choplin, Blue Springs, and Mrs. Mary Magnass, Los Angeles; four grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

SEIZE 6 SICILIAN OUTLAWS. Bandits Were Members of Giuli-anos Robin Hood Band. For quick action dial HA. 1200 and place a Want Ad In The Star! Its Easy! Adv. forces became more difficult.

They claimed more and more power and demanded Communist officers in the military units. NO SECRET TO RED DESIRE. When the liberation revolt in Paris began early In the third week of August, 1944, with a police strike, the Communists made no secret of their intention to seize government control the moment the Germans had been driven from the capital They sent the following manifesto to Bidault: Representing the largest political power In France today, we, the Communists, wish to assume power immediately and present the approaching Allies with an accomplished fact. Should this be done, we want to know what your attitude would be. Bidault was given forty-eight hours In which to reply.

He was convinced that at the end of that period the Communists in the resistance forces, armed with weapons received from the Allies, would attempt to seize control. Bidault was at that time In a part of liberated France no great distance from Paris. CONTACTS EISENHOWER. Eisenhower was at Nantes. A day remained to answer the Communists.

After repeated attempts on the disorganized telephone service, Bidault succeeded in getting through a call to Eisenhowers headquarters. At the end of thfe forty-eight hours Bidault replied to the Communists in the words of the commander in chief of the Allied forces. They were: We will permit a legally constituted government In IVance and only a legal government. We will By Marcel Wallenstein (The Start Correipondent in Europe .) ARIS, Nov. 29.

It has Just been disclosed that General Eisenhower prevented France from falling into the hands of the Communists a few days before the liberation of Paris by the Allies In August, 1944 The story has been told by Georges Bidault, French prime minister. Bidault was the father of French resistance in the years of German occupation. A former professor, newspaper owner and cabinet minister, he is a man of courage and tremendous energy. In the worst hours of the occupation when millions of Frenchmen despaired of ever being freed of the Nazi yoke, Bidault called a group of patriots to his house on the left bank of the Seine in Paris. They planned the organization of the French Forces of the Interior, the secret army which in time grew to nearly a million men and women.

reds become patriots. The F. F. I. welcomed French citizens of all political parties.

Its sole aim was to drive the Germans from their country. With Russia fighting against Germany, French Communists who had sabotaged Frances war efforts In 1939, joined the Bidault forces. When the French Seventh army was cut to pieces by the Germans In 1940 it was weakened by Communists who declared the war was a fight between "imperialists. The invasion of turned the Communist doubters into fervent patriots overnight. They fought well, taking their chances in the F.

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Rome, Nov. Six members of Salvatore Giulianos outlaw band were captured In an all-night roundup In the Sicilian hills, dispatches from Palermo, the Sicilian capital, reported today. One of the bandits, Giuseppe De-lizzia, 35 years old, was wounded when he tried to break through a cordon of police surrounding his hideout, the dispatches said. Seven suspects were arrested In the same roundup to give the police their biggest bag since the 3-month-old. hunt for Giuliano, the Sicilian Robin Hood, started.

Dellzzla Is wanted in connection with the killing of two policemen in a clash between officers and outlaws last August. The other bandits face charges of robbery and kidnaping. KANSAS JUDGE'S WIFEDIES. Mrs. James P.

Coleman, Junction City, in Hospital Only a Day. Junction City, Nov. 29. (AP) Mrs. LaVere Coleman, 63, wifa of Judge James P.

Coleman, died In the city hospital here last night. Mrs. Coleman entered the hospital yesterday. A lifelong resident of Kansas, she was a graduate of Washburn university, Topeka. Besides her husband, she Is survived by a son.

Chiles Coleman, Atlanta, Ga and a daughter. Mrs. Everett Moses, Rochester, N. Y. Another son, Lieut.

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