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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 12, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Hemt MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors VOL 98 Associated Press and United Press International Full LeiM Wires MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1960 a Copy Paper Consists of Two One No Donna moves up E Coast NEW YORK Hurricane Donnas advance fringe smashed intoihis heavily populated metropoli tan areaMonday with high winds and heavy jain Eastern Long Island and southern New England were in the path of the raging storm one of the most destructive hurricanes in years TheLong Island and Connecticut shorelines were ordered evacuated The Weather Bureau here warned against high tides and flooding of coastal areas and highways It said flooding might be felt as far as 100 miles inland from rain and swollen streams The normally teeming sidewalks of New York were virtually as pedestrians took cover This was the first day of school in New York City and the schools opened as usual But before noon the Board of One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE pm pm WTAD Qulncy 930 pm Thurs WSUI City 910 KGLO 1300 WOI AMES 610 Another great play coming up ONCE MORE I am climbing out on the end of a loi limb with an unqualified pre Its that Meredith Will sons new musical show The Unsinkable Molly Brown will rank with the great smashhits of theatrical history along side The Music Man Mere diths last Oklahoma South Pacific and My Fair Lady to mention four great ones I am going to have a very special interest in The Un sinkable Molly Brown as I had in The Music Man It was my unforgettable privilege to sit in on a preview of Molly BrowV in the charming home of Mere dith and Rini Willson high on a Brentwood hillside looking down on Mandeville Canyon It was history repeating it self in a sense Five or was it six years ago I saw Music Man previewed in that same setting Then Mrs Hall and our Juilliard daughter were with me Sterling Holloway a film comic was at my side in the Willsons living room as Mere dith and Rini performed for us This time I was accompanied by one of Mrs Halls California sisters My next seat neigh bor on the sofa was Gail Pat rick once of the movies but now a producer of the Perry Mason TV serial Whereas pre viously it had been a twoman show Meredith and it was a fourman show this time Harve Presnell leading man and Richard Morris writer of the book wele on hand ANOTHER THING that should be mentioned is that Molly Brown in July was a very much more perfected show than The Music Man was when I saw the preview of it in 1954 or 1955 A lot of things had to be de cided and done before the Music Man with Bob Pres ton wowed a packed house at Broadways Majestic Theater on the night of Dec 19 1957 Most important a producer had to be found and sold on the play of an lowan who had never before written a play He had many other achievements to his credit but that wasnt among them In marked contrast all of the major decisions with respect to The Unsinkable Molly Brown had been The producer had been chosen the principal characters had been signed up even the date for opening had been tentatively decided As with Music Man the Shubert Theater in Philadelphia is TO be the setting for what is referred to in theatrical circles as the dry run for The Un sinkable Molly Brown The opening date there will be Sept 26 Then after a month of ob servation and possible revisions in the City of Brotherly Love the play will open on Broadway Thursday Nov 3 in the famous Winter Garden BY COINCIDENCE or may be it was planned Music Man is to be moved from the Majestic where it has played for almost three solid years to the Broadway which is almost squarely across the street from tht Winter Garden in the vicin Contlnutd on 2 Education issued a bulletin ad vising those attending afternoon or other late sessions to stay at home PLANES WERE evacuated from Stewart Air Force Base at Newburgh NW and other air bases in the New York and New England area Along the shores ofLong Is land and up the sound past Con necticut thousands streamed to higher ground taking refuge in schools churches and buildings more substantial than the frail summer cottages which dot the beaches Signs were toppled windows smashed and traffic was snarled in metropolitan New York The storm still carried tor rential rains and bristling 115 mph winds Storm warnings were hoisted from the Carolinas north through New York to Portsmouth NH The records Of Donna since her birth in the South Atlantic weeks ago show a grim count DONNAS PATH of 128 deaths and property dam age in many millions Eight persons have met death in her path in United States six in Florida and one each in North Carolina and Georgia FLORIDiANS were engaged in massive repair and cleanup projects in the wake of one of the centurys worst hurricanes An estimated 250000 homes were without electricity and thousands of telephones were still out The Red Cross reported 655 homes destroyed in Florida and said received major dam age and 9299 minor damage Property damage in the Flor ida keys alone was estimated by insurance adjusters at be tween and million Fort Myers and Lee County su stained damage estimated at to million Damage to the states million citrus crop was ex pected to run as high as 50 to 30 per cent in some areas COOL North Iowa Considerable cloud iness with scattered light rain Monday night lows 4449 Partly cloudy continued cool Tuesday highs 6670 Iowa Partly cloudy west con siderable cloudiness w i t h scattered light rain likely east Monday night not so cool lows northwest to mid 50s southeast Tuesday fair to partly cloudy high upper 60s northeast to 70s southwest Further outlook Partly cloudy with little temperature change Wednesday Minnesota showers 60s Partly cloudy Highs Tuesday in GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Monday Maximum Minimum 75 43 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum Minimum 73 50 12day rail strike ends PHILADELPHIA tors Monday hammered out set tlement ending the 12dayold strike that had stopped the en tire Pennsylvania Railroad for the first time in 114 years Leaders of the 20000 strikers members of two nonoperating unions said they were delighted with the agreement reached after 15 hours of almost continu ous peace talks The settlement ended a dispute over work rules and job security that began in mid1957 Wages were not an is sue Six hours after the agreement both the Transport Workers Union and System Federation announced that their locals had ratified it PRR spokesman also ex pressed satisfaction New cold front sends mercury lower in Iowa A new cold front plunged tem peratures over Iowa Monday morning to as low as 39 degrees at Spencer Mason City had 43 The Weather Bureau said the indications are that the chilly conditions will prevail through Tuesday but skies will remain fair A warming trend is due to set in Tuesday but it is expected to be shortlived cold air will state again on Wednesday The fiveday outlook calls for temperatures to average from 3 to 5 normal with no rainfall of consequence expected On the inside Editorials Page 3 News Quiz 5 North Iowa News 5 Society News 8910 Sports News 1314 Clear Lake News15 Latest Markets 16 Mason City News 1617 Comics 18 A new wave of overspread the AP Phptofix METER Donna or no Bill William son Atlantic City N J doesnt believe in taking chances on a parking ticket Covered from head to toe and standing in a driving rain that would make a boat more appropriate than a car Williamson duti fully puts his nickel in the meter Showdown in Congo Lumumba put in jai FIT AS A FIDDLE Vice President Richard Nixon appearing fit after a twoweek hospitalizatiori due to a leg infection speaks at Baltimores Friendship Airport as he leaves on his first crosscoun try tour of the presidential campaign He draws applause from his vice presidential Henry Cabot Lodge left and Presi dent Eisenhower AP School vote is small Voting in Mason City in Mon days school election was well over the 1959 figure but far be low usual election figures Be tween and 2 pm votes cast in the city totaled 268 as com pared with 165 on school elec ion day last year This year for the first time he school election is being held he second Monday in Septem ber in accordance with a law passed by the last legislature ONLY THE two incumbents Leo H Benson and Mrs L W Swanson were nominated in Mondays election As a result only their names and that of the ineumbent school treasurer Ber nard Z Miller appeared on the voting machines At least one writein candi date isbeing promoted in the city Advertisements were being Droadcast Monday seeking writein votes for Thomas S Rich 2315 19th SW He was re ported to have strong support rom fellow residents of West Haven in the Eighth Precinct where there was dissatisfaction with the handling of reassign ment of West Haven youngsters rom Hoover to Lincoln School Rich a salesman for the feed division of General Mills is a jarent of school children and las been active in the Hoover ichool Parent Teachers Assn THE POLLS will be open to 7 pm Voting places are as fol lows First Precinct School Ad ministration Building Second City Waterworks 1205 Elm Drive Third Precinct Court House 20 First StreetNW Fourth Precinct McKinley School 1510 N Federal Fifth Precinct Pritchard Motor Company 202 Second SE Sixth Entrance Roos Jr High school 305 Fif teenth Street SE Seventh Precinct S R Chevrolet Garage 19 South Washington Eighth Precinct National uuard Armory 2716 S Federal The vote by precincts between and 2 pm Monday and at he school election in March 1959 was as follows Free 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th tth 7th 1959 10 22 20 14 37 20 34 I 13 n 45 17 M 25 44 27 N ews in a FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES nutshell UNITED NATIONS N Sukarno of Indonesia is the latest chief executive to indicate hell be on hand to attend next weeks session of the General Assembly Others who have made reserva tions include Premier Khrushchev of Russia Presi dent Tito of Yugoslavia Gamel Nasser of United Arab Republic and a host of others from lesser Com munist nations Fidel Castro of Cuba also is expected WASHINGTON A Harvard medical profes sor told Senate investigators that a panel of honest impartial experts should evaluate all new drugs be fore they are released to the public BERLIN The Western powers are hitting back at Communist harassment of West German travelers to East Berlin Issuance of travel papers to East Germans wanting to go to Western countries has been restricted BANGKOK Reports reaching here said scattered fighting was underway in the troubled jungle kingdom of Laos between the forces of pro American Gen Phoumi Nosavan and Communist backed troops Beer is downfall for prison honor inmates MCGREGOR UPD six young inmates at the Anamosa mens reformatory who had been working on the conserva tion commissions Yellow River project near here were on their way back to prison Monday be cause of a wild beer party The prisoners staged the beer brawl Sunday night in a mobile home in which they had been living A guard failed in his efforts to control the party and called the highway patrol for help The patrol and Allamakee County deputies managed to end the party but not without a scare One of the six couldnt be found at first but officers final ly located him passed out in a nearby weed patch Authorities were trying to find out where the prisoners obtained the beer Under a joint project of the Iowa Conservation Commission and the Board of Control cer tain reformatory prisoners are allowed to work on conservation projects The theory is that the outdoor work and learning re sponsibility is good for the prisoner and at the same time they are contributing labor to state park projects Mobile homes have been pur chased by the state for the prisoners to live in while on the job Authorities said six more in mates would be selected to re place ttlose who are on their way to life behind bars 10 dead in Iowa traffic By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Four crashes each claimec Premier submits quietly Later is released LEOPOLDVILLE the Congo Patrice Lumumba was taken into custody by the army late Monday but three hours later he w a s released from jail Arrested under a warrant late in the afternoon Lumumba reappeared on downtown streets at pm He penetrated the cordon around Leopoldville radio sta tion now under United Nations control and demanded that he be allowed to speak Ghana soldiers said they had orders to fire if he tried to get into the station President Joseph Kasavubu had named a new government to replace Lumubas Commu nistbacked regime Lumumba was taken to an army garrison and was followed there soon afterward by his wife and two children About 200 Congolese soldiers surrounded his residence over looking the Congo River and the lanky goateed Lumumba sur rendered without a struggle SENATE PRESIDENT Joseph Ileo a moderate is Kasavubus choice to run the country Lumumba has been premier since the Belgians gave the Con go its independence 10 weeks two lives as 10 persons died duriag0 Kasavu ing a tragic weekend on Iowa highways The victims were Charles A Raymond 28 Crawfordsville Delores Arlene Thomas 19 Washington Iowa Mabel Tasco 45 LaGrange Mo Robert Limberg 19 Bur lington Olive Meade 36 Bruns ville and her daughter Nora Lee 15 Elston Danielson 42 Ellsworth and his daughter Rae Jean 16 John A Engle 77 Vale Ore and his wife Lulu 72 RAYMOND AND Miss Thom as were killed late Saturday when car in which they were riding overturned on High way 159 just south of Harper Mrs Meade and her daughter died when their car apparently went out of control and plunged Big off Highway 10 into the Sioux River about three north of Hawarden as it proached a bridge Danielson and his daughter were killed Saturday when fheir car collided at a rural intersec tion northwest of Ellsworth with a car driven by Craig Hitchcock of Radcliffe MR AND MRS Engle died Friday night when their car crashed into atruck about four miles south of Sidney at the in tersection of Highways 2 and 75 Mrs Tasco was fatally in jured Sunday night when a car driven by her son Paul 20 col lided with a car driven by Betty Holtkamp 21 Donnellson about ba as presi t dent nominal ly o u t r a nks him and hast the right to n o m i n ate a I premier But Lumumba in I the last two weeks had been trying to supersede Kasavubu LUMUMBA Each declared the other fired at one stags While rival Congolese delega tions sped to New York to lay their conflicting views before the UN Security Council the two chambers joined in attempt to discredit Lumumbas former foreign minister Justin Bom boko who represents Kasavubu THE BOMBOKO delegation is not recognized by the Parlia es ment has no legal status and ap I cannot be received by the Se curity Council or speak on be 12 miles north Highway 218 of Keokuk on Independent candidate for governor ruled off ballot OES MOINES name of Curtis Thornton Knoxville was ruled off the Iowa general election ballot as an independ ent candidate for governor Monday because his nomina tion papers did not comply with the form prescribed by law A threemember board con sisting of Secretary of State Melvin D Synhorst Atty Gen Norman Erbt and itate Audi tor C B Akers made the de cision at a meeting with Thornton Thornton a manufacturer of aluminum building products had filed petitions signed by approximately 1100 voters in support of his candidacy Synhorst had requested an attorney generals opinion as to whether the papers met the legal requirements The opin ion held that they did not be cause they lacked an affidavit by one of the signers swear ing that the signers of the pe tition all were qualified voters Walter B Reno Des Moines had filed an objection chal lenging the legal sufficiency of Thorntons petitions After the meeting with the state officials Thornton said he had tried to get on the bal lot at an individual because petitioning as an individual is a constitutional right half ofthe Congo said a cable to the Security Council approved by a majority of the Senate and House Bomboko headed to New York aboard a Belgian jet from Braz zaville the capital of the old French Congo across the Congo River from Leopoldville A Lumumba delegation was pre Brazzaville authori boarding a plane there but took off in a Czech plane from the closed Leopold ville airport by special permis sion of the UN Command The UN Command also lifted the order silencing Radio Leo poldville which Lumumba tried to seize with two truckloads of Congolese soldiers In a blow to his prestige and pride the UN force turned him away at gun point PUBLISHER DIES SALT LAKE CITY Utah John F Fitzpatrick 71 er of the Salt Lake City Tribune for 36 years died Sunday SAME DATE1959444   

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