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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 18, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited fer to AjLOBEbAZETTE HI NEWSPAMR THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOW ANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXIV mnd Interactional rull MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JUNi llv KtJ ThU rf Him n e Says of Assistant TO APPEAR IN ROAD SHOW Mason City Boy Gets Role in Music Man Lynn Potter who was discov ered as Mason Citys Eddie Hodges during The Music Man Band Festival was awarded the role of Winthrop Paroo in the road company of the musical Tuesday night inLos Angeles Confirmation of the selection was telephoned by Mason City authorcomposer Meredith WLUson to W Earl Hail editor of the be 10yearsoId on Aug 10 will be the original River Citys from Willson but also from Mor contribution to the success of the ton Da Costa director of both the road company He is the son of Broadway and road companies of GlobeGazette at several auditions the close of The Mason City boy who will Mr and Mrs George Potter 1627 President NW His hit song in the show is Gary Ind Potter was born close to Garyand ina sense its his native town But River City is bis home town COMPETING against a field of several young actors the Mason n iity boy wonthe nodnot only MASON CITYS LYNN POTTER Winthrop Paroo Canadian Bridge in Collapse 16 Perish VANCOUVER B CW Two sections of a nearly finished six lane bridge collapsed mysteriously Tuesday in a tangled mass of steel plunging at least 16 workmen to their death Two others were missing and 22 injured It was pm on a hot sunny windless afternoon when the two end sections of the 16milliondollar Second Narrows Bridge over Burrard Inlet gave way without warning Forty construction The Music Man Sidney Fine music arranger for the show and Michel Perriere music director He was definitely selected from the group by all of the directors as the one who had a fine po tential for the role The Mason City boy was accompanied to Los Angeles by Mrs Hall who had coached him for the Band Festi val parade in Mason City They left by plane last Friday He began auditions almost imme diately upon arrival in Los An geles Final auditions were held Monday and Tuesday The Mason Cityboy was first called to the attention of those in charge of personnel for the fes tival floats by Mrs Donovan Haxton 1622 Washington NW Mrs CO Adams and Mrs Charles M Grippen were on the personnel committee with Mrs Hall MRS HALL will accompany the boy back to Mason City They will arrive Friday by plane The boy will then return to Los An geles in midJuly when rehearsals for The Music Man will start The road company version of The Music Man will open Aug 18 in the Philharmonic Auditor ium in Los Angeles It will then show in San Francisco Dallas Tex and Chicago Des Moines is also oh and Will son is hoping the company will be able to play anengagement in Mason During his stayin Mason City Lynn will arrange for his touring plans which include a teacher for he will be missing from his regular class at McKinley School this winter But everyone who saw him first in the North Iowa Music Man I Band Festival will be watching the boy from River City Showers Still in Iowas Forecast Iowas expected to get more raincoat and umbrella weather Thursday A few scattered thunderstorms were forecast for northern Iowa late Wednesday and they are ex pected to cover the state Thurs day There was widely scattered rainfall around the state Tuesday with Spencer receiving 26 inch of moisture and Mason City 17 The Weather chance of brief showers late Wednesday night low 4752 Showers likely Thursday after noon high 7276 Iowa Partly cloudy little tem perature change Wednesday night Considerable cloudiness scattered showers and thunder storms and turning cooler Thursday night 5262 Low Wednesday workers were on the steel work of the piersupported sec tions Suddenly with a muted rumble the temporary front supports of the foremost section crumbled Mason Partly cloudy and dropped the jutting end of the bridge 200 feet into the tide churned inlet separating Vancouv er and North Vancouver THE STRAIN jerked forward the concrete pier holding the sec tion behind and it nosed down ward into the water The two sections each about 70 feet long ended their collapse tilted crazi ly downward like a sagging W with their front part submerged and rear still on the supports A huge crane which had been hoisting steel girders to the top of the bridge toppled and plum meted into the mass of tangled wreckage in the water below SOME WORKMEN were caught and killed in the tortured twisted beams Others were crushed be neath tons of steel and concrete aftey they dropped into the 40 footdeep inlet Cause of the collapse was not known nor was a damage esti mate available Officials of the Dominion Bridge Co the con tractor launched an immediate investigation Atty Gen Robert Bonner appointed Chief Justice Shcnyood Lett of the British Co lumbia Supreme Court to make an inquiry The giant twomile bridge four miles from downtown Vancouver more than two thirds finished was to have been opened for travel in the autumn Construc tion work began two years ago Council Bluffs 02 and traces were reported at Cedar Rapids and Sioux City Iowa Farmer Killed in TwoCar Crash FAIRFIELD W Raymond British Civilians un Kaymond 42 was killed Tuesday Begin tO Pull Out Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average about 4 degrees be low normal for the five days extending through next Mon day Normal highs are lower 80s and normal lows are 5863 It will be cooler Friday and Saturday becoming somewhat warmer again Monday Scat tered showers and thunder storms through the remainder of this week should average about onehalf to one inch of rainfall Minnesota z Showers continued cool GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum 74 Minimum 45 At 8 am 66 Precipitation 17 YEAR AGO Maximum 86 Minimum 58 night in a twocar collision a mile nigiu m a twocar collision a mile D from his farm home on a county Of Beirut Lebanon 11 m linn nnlL road 11 miles southeast of here and friend of Watson was charged by the Iowa Highway Patrol with im ser turned out to pass a third car and met the Watson vehicle head on NEW POST VATICAN CITY UPI Ufc Pius XII today appointed Gre AP Photofax OFF TO WORK Presidential Assistant Sherman Adams ap pears in a hurry as he swings through the rustic gate of his home as he leaves for his White House desk He had a new lease on life after his boss President Eisenhower repeated that he needed Adams despite the recent Congressional up roar Jr Colleges Upgrading to Be Delayed DES Iowa Board of Regents and Depart ment of Public Instruction prob ably anyup gradirig of standards at the 16 state junior colleges this fall it was learned Wednesday The two state agencies set up a joint committee to study the possibility of upgrading the cur riculums at the junior colleges to improve the caliberof education The Iowa Legislature set up the procedure for such improvement of standards and tied the proposal to increased state aid to the junior colleges The 16 schools must meet state standards before qualifying for the aid So far the state agencies have granted only the increased aid The Legislature authorized pay ment of 1 per day per pupil to the colleges as opposed to the old rate of 25 cents per pupil per day Although official standards will not be tightened now one state official said he expected tremen dous voluntary upgrading of standards by the junior colleges themselves This includes an im provement in administration and general atmosphere at the col Plans to Retain Adams Admits Aide Imprudent WASHINGTON President Eisenhower said Wednesday that Sherman Adams was imprudent in his relations with Bernard Goldfine but need him to continue as top presidential aide Eisenhower made it plain at a news conference that he has no intention of firing Adams al though he did not say that in so many words In anticipation that the Presi dent would talk about the hottest Washington subject of the mo ment 257 newsmen were packed into the conference room AT THE OUTSET Eisenhower announced he had a statement he wanted to read Then reading from typewritten large cards Eisenhower said Adams had been imprudent as Adams himself ac knowledged in testimony Tuesday before a House investigating com mittee Despite that imprudence Ei senhower said he has reached these personal conclusions 1 I believe that the presenta tion made by Gov Adams to the congressional committee Tuesday truthfully represents the pertinent facts 2 I personally like Gov Adams 3 I admire his abilities 4 I respect him because of his personal and official integrity Burlington had 08 inch Dubuque pneral atmosphere at the col 06 Council Bluffs 02 anH Graeber department consultant said The increased state aid wasex pected to bring about tremen dousimprovement in the schools libraries he added The driver of the second car M lo WEIRUJ Messer 39 nmphhm Wlves and children of British oil began Wednesday for Britain in the first evacuation of foreign na proper passing Officers said MesL of foreign na ser turned nf tn t bonals from strifetorn Lebanon The Iraq Petroleum Co closed down one of its three camps in Tripoli Tuesday and began mov ing its men to the nearby Medi terranean terminal of the pipe Pope line The US embassy here has no p 4 nc uo ciuLfcxosy ueit lids no Spire Pierre XV Cardinal Agatified American nationals to be giaman of Armenia pioprefect of ready to leave if necessary and ine bacred Congregation for the the American company Tapline propagation of the Faith He sueinformed its employes they could ceeds the late Samuel Cardinal send home their dependents if Stntch of Chicago they wished Tulsans Didnt Want Its WATER COOL WATER TULSA OkU OP But I donf in oil well all I want it a water well a Tulsan complained Wednesday oil over his back yard unwanted discovery touched off excitement among the Tsnd but George Sharp exclaimed Oh no wife concurred to ba enough oil to amount to anything and even if there were I cant wash my dishes in oil Workeri then drilled bit deeper and water was found at 200 feet EISENHOWER then went on to say Admitting the lack of that careful prudence in this incident that Gov Adams Tuesday re ferred to I believe with my whole heart that he is an invaluable public servant doing a difficult job efficiently honestly and tire lessly After reading the statement Ei senhower said he have nothing more to say regarding the AdamsGoldfine case But as the news conference progressed he did reply tosev eral questions concerned either directly with the matter or with general principles related to it On one related matter Eisen hower did decline comment This was when he was told that some Republicans running for reelec tion this year say they are going to have difficulty facing the voters on the AdamsGoldfine issue THE PRESIDENT said he did not care to say anything on that In his statement which he read solemnly and somewhat sternly the President said intense pub licity surrounding Adams made it desirable and even necessary that he start the session with an ex pression of his own views First as a result of this entire incident all of us should have been made aware of one truth Eisenhower said That is that a gift is not necessarily a bribe One is evil the other is a tangible ex pression of friendship Adams has acknowledged that he accepted gifts some of them expensive from Goldfine during a period when the industrialist was in trouble before federal agencies Adams also has said that Goldfine got no favored treat ment because of his friendship with him and that he Adams never sought any such treatment for his friend Democrats have been quick to pounce upon the incident recall ing similar Republican criticism during the deep freezer episode of the Truman administration Republican party reaction has been mixed many legislators calling for Adams resignation while others defending him SAME deilh to Z4 HES A VALUABLE MAN President speaks with emphasis at his news conference in which he said I need him Eisenhower was referring to his top aide Sherman Adams Much ofthe conference was devoted to the controversy over Adams relations with Bernard Goldfine Boston industrialist President Attacks WASHINGTON W President Eisenhower said Wednesday the execution of former Hungarian Premier Imre Nagy has given a great setback to hopesfor a summit conference Eisenhower told his news conference he cannot think of any thing that has shocked the civilized world the execution of Nagy and his associates in the Hungarian revolt The President said these men were not guilty of evil doing bu fighting for their country He said good faith had been vio lated in their execution This act he said can be re garded as clear evidence of the intent of the Soviet Union to pur 50 Two Life Terms in Iowa Slayings ADEL Leonard Ke Sioux City barber was faced Widnesday with life terms for two murders in a family shooting at Perry last March 11 The sentences were imposed Tuesday by District Judge George Sackett who also ordered Kemp to serve two terms of not more than 30 years for the wounding of his two children The shoot ing occurred in a trailer home a few days after Kemp was di vorced by his wife Helen 53 Fatally shot were Mrs Kemp and their daughterinlaw Sandra Kemp 22 Wounded were the Kemps daughter Darlene Tur pin 23 a school teacher and their son Lloyd 26 a Jamaica High School teacher and the husband of Sandra PATRIARCH DIES DAMASCUS Syria W Alex andros III 90yearold Greek Or thodox patriarch of Antioch and the Entire East died Tuesday sue a policy of terrorism and in timidation aimed to enforce com plete servitude Nagys executionthe Presiden went on has alerted the fre world to the lack of confidence i is compelled to feel in the Com munist imperialists On other issues the Presiden said He could not predict unde what conditions i US militar forces might be sent into strife torn Lebanon to help restore or der It would depend to some ex tent on the recommendations b United Nations SecretaryGenera Dag Hammarskjold and the UN armistice teams in Lebanon A visit to Washington by French Premier Charles de Gaulle might be agreed upon vhen Secretary of State John Fos ter Dulles visits Paris early in July It woulddepend upon the wishes and convenience of the various officials concerned Labor Bill Gets Approval Senate Ends 5Day Debate WASHINGTON tf The Sen ate Tuesday night passed a gen eral labor bill aimed at driving and crooked officials out of the labor movement and giving rank and file members more control over unions The rollcall vote was 881 lone no vote was cast by Sen George W Malone bill subject to fiveidays sitter debate on the Senate floor now goes to the House Hearings on similar legislation are under way in that body but the meas ures prospects there are uncer tain The bill embodies the most far reaching labor legislation to considered by Congress passage of the TaftHartley law in 1947 SEN KENNEDY DMassj arid other sponsors of the bill which they conceded did not satisfy either extreme in the politically charged labor field succeeded ia defeating on the Senate floor all amendments they opposed but one this was doneby a eoalitioa consisting mostly of Democratic votes but including several Re publicans led by Sen Irving M Ives a cosponsor The sponsors called the bill strtng and effective in dealing withunion abuses but not puni tive SEN McCLELLAN DArk agreed with Kennedy and Ivefi that the bill w b u 1 d strike at many of the abuses the widely publicized hearingsV of his rack ets uncovered Key provisions of the bill would require detailed financialreport ing by unions union leaders mid dlemen and employers provide for secret elections and limit terms of union officers open a way to end union over locals after 18 months bar a person convicted of a felony from serving as a union officer unless pardoned and make it a federal crime to embezzle union funds It would also ban use of union funds to promote an individual candidacy in an election fix crim inal penalties for failure to file the reports or for false entries in them prohibit a loan of more than from union funds to a union officer or member and ban organizational picketing designed to shake down an employer Unions also are given in the bill two provisions they long have wanted One would permit re placed strikers to vote in a bar gaining election the other would legalize agreements signed by a building trades unioa before the job begins INSIDE RUSSIA TODAY Red Policy Not Propaganda Must Be Closely Watched EDITORS NOTE Thi it in a seriet of based on John new book In Russia Today By JOHN GUNTHER One word on that well known bugbear Soviet propaganda Americans are unfortunately apt to think that anything the Russians say is propaganda to confuse in a word realities in Soviet ac c o m plishment with fabrica tions and to minimize or dis parage genuine Soviet suc cesses a dan gerous tenden cy To dismiss something a s p ropaganda GUNTHER may not invalidate the fact that it also may be true It is Rus sian policy that we must watch and be on guard against not merely propaganda Soviet propaganda over the air is particularly skillful and wide spread The Russians have 147 short wave stations and beam 2000 hours of n e w s to the world every week About 112 hours are directed at the United States particularly the Eastern seaboard THE AMERICAN authorities make no effort to jam these pro grams They are not much lis tened lo by North Americans Any reasonably sophisticated United States listener would laugh them off But they can be effective elsewhere and the Rus sians do their best to reach every body even in the most remote corners of the earth For instance Radio Moscow is heart in English by Eskimos in t h a northern extremities of Canada No other station reachet this distant part of the world ex cept a minor one in Greenland Also the Russians miss no oppor tunity It was no accident that when the first earth satellite launched their services made a particular point one day of fact that it would pass over Littte Rock THE SOVIET BROADCASTS aim in particular to reach Asia Africa the Middle East and even the Caribbean and to exploit lo cal prejudice They stress and ex aggerate mistreatment of Ne groes in the United States and ia regard to things in Moscow de scribe blandly in perfectly ac cented English progress in edu cation and opportunities in sci ence for white brown and black alike A typical program will some sly reference to Eisenhow er playing golf at some vacatkm   

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