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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 4, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newsoaper Idlttd tar the Homt MASON CITY GLOBE The newspaper thai makes all North lowons VOL ft AuocUted Presi and CniUd Preff International Fiffl Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4 19M neighbors 7c a Copy Paper Conilsti of Two HOME EDITION Russians deny coup against Kh rus hchev FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES An Austrian who claimed lie worked for the Soviet embassy in Vienna walked into newspa per offices in the Austrian capi I Curfews near for j Seaway Freezeup at hand By JAMES GREGG ship ping curfew is near on the Great Lakes and the St Lawrence Seaway Soon perhaps by the end of November the heavily traveled inland water route will be frozen for four months Tankers and freighters muse complete their voyages or face entrapment by ice As if deliberately trying to slow the lastminute traffic rush the Great Lakes stir sav age storms and gusts in Novem ber the National Geographic Society says On Nov 18 1958 a 60milean liour windstorm wrecked a 630 foot freighter in Lake Michigan Only two of the 35 crewmen lived to describe the horror A STRONG GUST sank four ships in November 1940 In 1913 a 16hour storm sank 11 ships in midlake and smashed 26 more that were docked along the shores Some 235 persons died The freeze comes immediate ly after the storms In the north ern portion of the Great Lakes ice closes passages rapidly A resolute captain who tries to get one more load of grain oil coal or steel to an industrial port may find his ship suddenly jammed by ice Thirteen ves sels were trapped this way in 1958 It took weeks of effort by icebreakers to rescue them The closing of the Welland Ca nal the passage between Lake Erie and Lake Ontario usually signals the end of traffic in the Seaway and the southern portion of the Great Lakes However for the first time in the St Lawrences navigation history Quebec City was kept open all winter in 1959 by icebreakers DURING THE freezing tal Friday and started a world wide rumor that Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev had been de posed in a military coupr Nonsense said Soviet offi cials in London New York and Berlin And in Moscow corres pondents reported that every thing was normal and that Khrushchev so far as was known was still vacationing in the Caucasus But the rumors had been wide ly circulated by some European news agencies hours before the Soviet disclaimers came and they woundup as large head lines in newspapers and radio stations bulletined them They touched off a minor rally in Wall Street in the U S THE RUMORS began in Vi enna when the Austrian who described himself as a teleprint er operator in the Soviet em Schoolboy dies of accident injuries DES MOINES sev enyearold Des Moines boy who was struck by a car while on his way to school died in a hospital here about five hours after the mishap Thursday The victim was Bill Long son of Mr and Mrs Charles Long EXJUDGE ARRESTED CHATTANOOGA Tenn Iff Joseph A Peel Jr former city judge of West Palm Beach Fla was arrested Thursday on charges of murder in the 1955 death of Florida judge C E Jhillingworth and his wife SAME bassy called on news agency and newspaper offices and of fered them his sensational news His story was that at 4 am Vienna time 11 pm EST Thursday a coded message was received in the embassy saying that Khrushchev had been de posed and that because of an indiscretion by someone else in the embassy he had learned contents of the message He said the official announcement of the Moscow coup would be made Saturday Austrian police said the man produced no papers to prove he was employed by the Soviet em bassy THE MAN said former Pre mier George Malenkov would be the new premier that Mikhail Suslov would become first party secretary that Lazar Kagano vich would be state that Gen Andrei A Grechko would be commander in chief the Armed Forces that Dmitri Shepilov would be minister of the interior that Gen George Zhukov would be military com mander of the Moscow district In Vienna the independent newspaper Abendpresse car ried a dispatch under this head line Fight for power in Kremlin Khrushchev ousted Malenkov as successor Malenkov who became pre mier upon Stalins death lost out in a Kremlin power struggle and resigned in 1955 pleading he was incapable of fulfil ling the requirements of the post On the inside Editorials Page 4 Comics 6 CubGazette 7 Mason City News 1011 Latest Markets 11 Sports 1314 Society News 17 CLOUDY North Iowa Mostly cloudy and colder Friday night and Satur day Lows Friday night mid 30s Highs Saturday lower 40s Nbomb warning sounded Wants tests resumed NEW YORK E Iowa Cloudy Friday night and Saturday rain southeast and extreme south Diminishing cloudiness northwest SaturMurrav fraiic day Colder Friday night and commissioner tells of a third south Saturday Low Friday feffratlfODwe different from the H the Hbomb was from the Hiro shimatype Abomb In an open letter released Thursday night to presidentia night lower 30s northwest to around 40 southeast High Sat urday upper 30s northwest to mid 40s southeast Further outlook Partly cloudy and quite cold Sunday Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 3 to 6 degrees below normal Saturday through next Wednesday Normal highs are 48 to 53 degrees and normal lows 30 to 35 It will be cool at the first of the period followed by gradual warming Precipita tion will average 50 to one inch occurring as rain at the first of the period Minnesota Fair and colder Fri day night with lows 18 to 25 Saturday increasing cloudi ness and continued cool chance of light snow north west in afternoon Highs Sat urday 35 to 45 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation 60 39 39 11 Godfrey plans more surgery NEW YORK UPI Arthur lodfrey will undergo minor surgery next week for the re moval of a fatty tumor on his back his office reported Fri day The 56yearold radio and television star who underwent surgery for the removal of a cancerous section of his left lung on April 30 1959 is scheduled to enter a hospital next Tuesday after he votes Godfrey expects to leave the lospital two or three days later A spokesman said the opera jtion bears no relation to the Clear Lake News 18 cancer operation of 18 months ago Surgeons regard it as op The BlueJ 19 North Iowa News 22 TV Guide Pullout Section tional and minor the spokes man added Candidates eye calendar step up their campaigns By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The major candidates for president with their eyes on he calendar and on jampacked tumping schedules hammered away at each other with grow of states rights zealots Nixon the Republican candidate for president told a policeestimated crowd of from 8000 to 10000 that the Democrats could vote every tombstone in Texas but months the vast water route beling intensity Friday jwe are still going to lick em comes a popular playground for Election day is less than 100 i Nixon added that the Demo ice fisherman skaters and hours away jcrats have been kicking Texai daredevils who enjoy spinning Vice President Richard Nixin the teeth long enough their automobiles on ice The annual icebreakers race in March starts another season of shipping on the Seaway and the Great Lakes From the GuU of St Lawrence the powerful boats inch their way upriver to Montreal Meanwhile other ice breakers perform the same task on the Great Lakes Residents along the St Lawr ence River pay close attention to the race Newspapers publish daily reports of ships progress and gamblers offer odds on the exact time the first icebreaker will reach Montreal In the past few years the boats have been arriving in the first week of April IRONICALLY while man is able to conquer the rapids of the St Lawrence River the uneven water levels of the Great Lakes and transform inland cities into seaports he has yet to find a practical way of preventing the vital waterway from freezing Engineers are studying a de icing plan called the air bub bles method Underwater pipe lines are sunk along the route and compressed air is released to send relatively warm water to the icy surface The method has been success fully tested near St John New Brunswick and Thule Green land But the cost of equipping the estimated million discourages the hope of putting trie scheme into early list Jon concluding a final foray into the South blasted away at Sen John Kennedy again this time as an enemy of states rights In Fort Worth Tex an area Nixon accused Kennedy of changing his mind on a great many issues and touched off a rear of applause in declaring I say we cant have a jumping AP Photofax GERMAN TROOPS IN FRANCE A West Ger man troop carrier moves through Sissonne France en route to a French training camp The troops were part of a contingent which arrived under a new FrenchWest German agreement allowing training sites in France for the West German army jack as president of the Unitec States Nixon flew on for a tour oJ the West his first stop bein Casper Wyo He also will speak at Spokane Wash and Fresno Calif Nixon hit hard at the tide lands question saying that Ken nedy hasnot supported state ownership of tidelands Nixon said on oil depletion he favored the 27V per cent allowable and declared oilmen are not going to take a chance on him Ken nedy when they know what I am going to do AT NORFOLK Va Sen Ken nedy told Virginia audiences that he will defend the value of the dollar if elected president Let me make it clear Ken nedy said in his speech I com mit myself and my party to a sound fiscal policy in the 1960s Kennedy began the lastminute drive scheduled to take him through Virginia Ohio Illinois and to New York City As before he compared Nixon to President William McKinley and former Republican candi dates Alfred M Landon and Thomas E Dewey KENNEDY attacked the Re publican administration for what he termed unsound eco nomic policies The failure of our present economic policies has become increasingly evident in the past few months as the danger sig nals of economic weakness have begun to mount he said Kennedy said the danger indicate that the coun try may be entering our third major recession in six years Growing unemployment and de clining production tend to con firm this prophesy candidates Vice President Rich ard M Nixon and Sen John F Kennedy in which Murray again urged resumption of nuclear tests the former AEC head said The new weapon will not be a larger and more efficient H bomb nor a smaller and more efficient Abomb It is primarily antipersonnel in destination anc effect And it need not create suicidal hazards for the country that employs it MURRAY ALSO said I take it for granted the Soviet Union is developing nuclear technol ogy along this revolutionary line In Washington some unidenti fied nuclear physicists specu lated that Murray was talking about what has been called a neutron bomb a weapon that would actually be a small mobile nuclear reactor and a juniorsized version of reactors already used to propel submar ines and to generate electricity The AEC refused to comment on the statement by Murray who headed the commission from 1950 until 1957 IN CHICAGO Thursday night nuclear physicist said Mur refers to the two different sizes of which on the drawing boards have been openly re ferred to as dove and star ling David R Inglis Argonne Na tional Laboratory physicist and past chairman of the Federa ion of American Scientists add This is not fantastically different from present weapons as he Murray claims It is not a third generation beyond the Hbomb but merely a scaling down of the Abomb to a low efficiency to make it give out more neutron radiation than blast damage It is of dubious military value because many of its vic tims on the battlefield will be condemned to die of radiation sickness on following days and can afford to be very brave in the meantime ray doubtless neutron bomb N ews in a utshell FKOM OUB WIKE SERVICES UNITED NATIONS N Soviet Union in a reversal of policy prompted by AfroAsian hostility agreed to post pone for at least a year Premier Khrushchevs ultimatum for a rad ical reorganization of the United Nations WASHINGTON P r e sident Eisenhower may visit Nigeria and perhaps a number of oth er African nations after his term ends in January UNITED NATIONS N Y A Cuban predic tion of an American inva sion by Tuesday to help elect Richard M Nixon president was shrugged off as more propaganda from Cuban Prime Minis ter Castro in his war of nerves CLEVELAND Ohio President Eisenhower slamming hard at Sen Kennedy said the Amer ican people must decide Tuesday whether they want inflation fired by deficit spending or stick ing with sound fiscal pol icies TO RUN AGAIN MANILA President Car MPT ELECTION ENTHUSIASM Election fever is running high in Michigan In upper photo Mrs George Oliver Dear born TownshipMich suburb of De AP Photofax Motor Companys 12story central of fice building in suburban Dearborn Mich Bottom photo The 536foot long sign actually is the building itself troit makes roomfor yetanother and window blinds ar paign poster asher enthusiasm for the party of herchoice extends inside and outside her home Mr Oliver is a pre cinct delegate What may be the largest sign ever set up to remind citizens to vote spans the front of the Ford ranged to form the word VOTE in letters 91feet high Each night volun teer workers see that the proper lights are on and blinds pulled A total of 1 140 front windows on 10 floors of the glass and metal building are involved r Molly Brown opens N I I i Jn Willson delighted by play s reception Meredith Willson in a telephone conversation with the GlobeGazettes news oom Friday morning revealed that he was delighted with the reception he had eceived for his new musical play The Unsinkable Molly Brown at its Broad way opening in the Winter Garden Thursday night The standing ovation at the final curtain he said exceeded the one which greeted The Music Man three years ago and the audience response through the production wasat least on par Before him as he talked were theater pages from all morning papers in the Sfew York area Reviewers were generally enthusiastic with here and there a sour note The one most pleasing to the Mason Cityan was by John McClain of the Jour nalAmerican under this leading Brass Bands Tall Corn and a Smash Hit McClain in his lead paragraph dentified himself as a staunch supporter of what may come to be known as the Meredith Will son school of American musical comedy As is common among critics he book and dialog by Richard VIorris came in for some unfa rorable mention Appraisals of Tammy Grimes in the Molly Jrown lead role ranged from aves to a characterization of her as having a snubnose a quavering voice and a clear case of superenergy WITHOUT EXCEPTION even from those who obviously came to was an admission that Wiljson has come up with at least a half dozen songs which will be im portant on the musical scene for the next few years Under a setup announced by the recording company no tune from The Unsinkable Molly Brown is to be heard on al bums TV radio or jukeboxes until Nov 23 HERE ARE excerpts from re TAMMY GRIMES star nusical is neither The play garnered cheers from a majority of the customers Howard Taybman of Times achieve a moderate mea sure of entertainment many of the things that befall Molly seem contrived their Molly and Johnny rejection by Denver society is handled like a cliche There is only views of other noted New York critics Walter Kerr of Herald Trib une Miss Grimes mesmerized me The play has my early vote as the sensation of the sea son Librettist Richard Morris lias honed out some fine corn fed dialogue Meredith Will sons music keeps the timpani popping John Chapman Daily News Truth they say is stranger than fiction and this m a y be why the play encounters spot ty going as a piece of musical comedyfiction There are many delightful moments though Dore Senary has directed the production and maybe he hasnt jeen tough enough Robert Coleman Mirror For dramatic purposes we like one fresh appealing character Tammy Grimes its buoyant in terpreter Mr and Mrs Willson have begun laying their plans to visit Mason City Sunday Nov 20 to participate in the dedication service for the newly completed educational unit of the First Congregational Church which will bearthe name of Rosalie Reiniger Willson Memorial Time lost by bomb hoax to be made up CEDAR FALLS UPI A bpmb hoaxer here faces not only the official wrath of local of ficials and the FBI but also the anger of about the 900 young os P Garcia 64 Friday ano u r central character to be nounced he will seek reclec cither sympathetic or an out land out monster Molly in this lion sters Falls that attend high school the Cedar Class time missed because of a bomb scare in the school Thursday the second in about a have to be made up by Satur day classes Top effort by shows leading lady By JACK GAVER UPI Drama Editor NEW YORK hearty and heartwarming slice of Americana turned up at the Win ter Garden Thursday in the guise of a splashy musical com edy entitled The Unsinkable Molly Brown This handsome production of he Theater Guild and Dore Schary has a number of laud able ingredients but the plain act is that its major asset is an irrepresible sprite of a singing actress named Tammy Grimes in the title role It could be dull without her In her first Broadway musical Miss Grimes a most versatile performer of rapidly growing reputation in recent years ison hand virtually every moment to breathe vibrant life into the songs of Meredith Willson arid the libretto of Richard Morris MORRIS BASED his script taking certain theatrical liber ties on the true story of Leaf ville Johnny Brown a tor who took many millions inf gold out of his Colorado mine ift the latter part of the 19th cen tury and theunlettered but am bitious Missouri gamine he mar ried out of a Leadville saloon where she was the maid of all work It tells how Molly Browni millions failed to get ac cepted by Denvers snooty soci ety how she went to Europe where she acqufred culture and a circle of friends in the nobility but still failed to get acceptance in Denver and how she Johnny parted for lime cause she went back to Europe   

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