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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 30, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper gdittd for the Homt MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors HOME EDITION VOL 99 Associated Preif and United Press Internationa Full Wires MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MAY 30 1961 7c a Copy Paper Consists ef Two 62 dead in jet airli ner eras h Preston to leave River City One of first residents By JOE HYAMS New York Herald Tribune News Service HOLLYWOOD Robert Pres ton blew a line on the ninth take of a scene in the filming of Music Man on the River City Iowa set at Warners and quipped to director Morton da Costa Thats the first time Ive blown a line in this scene in the 882 times Ive played it on Broadway The first eight failures were not Prestons plane flew overhead one of the lights burned out he really neednt have apologized The 10th try was a perfect take We finish the film in Au gust Preston said during a be tweenscenes interview For the first time Ill face the real world since 1957 The minute they print that last scene in Music Man its over for me and its onward and upward I hope BUT ITLL kind of sad to leave River City Ive been liv ing in a dif ferent world these lasti four year where every body is lovely and happy It sounds odd to say but even during the Broadway run of the show we were all cushioned by AP Photofax ALDERSON MUNCY Stamps will help First food stamps are distributed WELCH W Va lBNeedy per sons in southern West Virginia are holding their heads higher Tuesday armed with a more dig if not yet way oi accepting federal aid to feed their families The first of eight pilot food stamp programs using a form of currency that will buy only food began Monday in McDowell Coun PRESTON daily have the town Even the newspapers seemed to lost their impact Offset a huge recording ma chine began to blast the strains of Seventysix Trombones the song highlight of the musi cal about a glib likable band instrument salesman who falls in love with a prim Iowa 11 brarian Shirley Jones in the early part of the century Preston grinned Ill never do that number again either he said People are always asking me to do it on guest spots and I suppose they always will but Im going to say no Life goes on It was wonderful but its time to do something else ty in the heart of the soft coal country THE FOOD coupons replaced handouts of surplus food com modities which more than half the countys population had been receiving Most of the needy are coal miners displaced by mech anization First to receive stamps in Welch was a family of 15 which had been without a steady income for more than a year Alderson Muncy 47 an unemployed miner said he managed to feed his fam ily by gardening a few odd jobs and standing in a monthly line to receive surplus food SINCE HIS family has no in come at all Muncy paid nothing for the worth of stamps given Coast of Portugal is scene 10 children are victims LISBON Portugal Vene uelan DCS jet airliner carrying 62 persons crashed four minutes after taking off for South Amer ca Tuesday The fourengine plane went down on the Caparicia coast on he south bank of the River Ta gus across from Lisbon At Caracas Venezuela the Venezuelan airline Viasa said t had officially given up all lands as lost Wreckage and bodies from the owned airliner were found in tie sea less than a mile from tie resort village The plane had been chartered o the Venezuelan Viasa corn any by KLM Royal Dutch Air nes It was bound from Rom o Caracas Venezuela No res ents of the United States wer board contrary to first report THERE WERE no signs urvivors of the crash whic appened after the fourjet ai ner took off from a Lisbo opover at am for Sant Taria in the Azores next sto n the transatlantic flight KLM officials said 48 passen ers including 10 children an crew members were on th ane Airport officials said that fou inutes after takeoff the pilo jhad begun a sentence with th 201 Kennedy word estimated and then radio contact was lost THE PLANE at the time was flying at 6000 feet in th area of the Portuguese coast The plane was traveling light DCSs can carry up to 116 per sons Search craft were hamperec by a low cloud ceiling and rain Aviasa airline is a new Vene zuelan carrier KLM planes anc them to last a month Yes sir fyu the airlines routes this will help he grinned Gardening has been a mainstay of the familys economy his wife said but the dry and cold grow ing season is hurting crops of beans beets onions lettuce cab bage and peppers And that frost the other night settled it for the tomatoes Mrs Muncy said There had been no meat on the Muncy table for the past two along with Venezuelan planes and crews Russia honors heart expert MOSCOW UPI Boston heart specialist Dr Paul Dud ley White the man who treated former President Eisenhower has been elected to membership WAS PRESTON weeks Tuesday the children were jn the Soviet Academy of Medi bored with tre t0 salt faacon for breaHcal Sciences the Soviet Tass Music Man after so manyir Broadway performances from 17 months to 19 vears Never he said Like most actors I wanted to know how would feel just once in rny lif to be in a show from the ver start to be the first person t have the part in my hands found that when its rewardin to the audience its rewardin to you Actors who say doing show over and over is borin probably dont have as much tc do on stage as I did and thej probably dont have as mucl fun doing it PRESTON SEEMED a happy man and with good reason Aft er a long career in B films and their stage equivalents he fin ally came into his own as star of the Meredith Willson musical At least two Broadway critics ventured tc say that no future musical should be produced without him and hes now inun dated with scripts from the same Hollywood producers who five years ago were ignoring him Im still in the middle of success from this show and the things that shoot off from it Preston said Of course Im in terested in doing more movies but no matter how good the film role theres nothing like that wonderful naked feeling of be ing on stage Its what youjve trained for Ive had the great est experience an actor can have opening night on Broad way and a long successful run The last scene in the film really the opening scene of the prophetic In it I say Now Im here Ill have to give else a try jfast The 13 children range in agenews agency said Tuesday Tass said White and six other foreign scientists were elected at the 15th session of the acade mys general meeting The 74yearold White treate Eisenhower after his heart a Saboteurs blamed for big Cuban fire KEY WEST Fla WtFire thatltack in 1955 and is internation caused an estimated dam Tintvnp nrip WAP mAn o r i n OUR WAR Birdsall and Jay Boyle both 5 are too young to know even i i Hi IT xjj kjwonii utiUKJiucl Ul ivii cillu what wars are all about much less how they can Mrs Robert Birdsall 919 Adams NW ancl Jav son break up families and bring death to loved ones But of Mr and Mrs David Boyle 913 Adams NW muse they do recognize that Memorial Day is a national at a row of flags at Memorial Park Cemetery A Memorial Day feature Dialogue under headstones EDITORS NOTE The fol lowing Memorial Day column first published in 1956 found its way into many family books It is reprinted as timely By HAL BOYLE ANY CEMETERY USA W among veterans under the headstones theyd exactly want to remem ber An elderly woman came and knelt above George prayed a few moments then walked away her head down George Stella When I kissed her goodby she said if I didnt come back shed never marry again That was what 38 years ago She looks so old Vienna No retreat he vows HYANNIS PORT Mass resident Kennedy leaves for Europe on day of dedication to victims of war with the vow to retreat not one inch as a spokesman for free dom Kennedy flies to Paris for conferences with Pre s i d e n t Charles de Gaulle of France and beginning Saturday in Vi enna with Soviet Premier Khrushchev Kennedy spoke amid cheers at a gala politicalpersonal 44th birthday celebration in his home town of Boston AMERICANS believe in free dom and always intend to be associated with rhat cause he said He quoted as personal doctrine this message carved on a Boston statue of William Lloyd Garrison famous New England abolitionist I am in earnest I will not equivocate I will not excuse I will not retreat a single inch and I will be heard photo by Musscr Kennedys speech drew lusty holiday set aside to honor those who have fallen in applause from the crowd of at defense of their country Susan daughter of Mr and least 5000 lhat filled Bostons Commonwealth Armory for a dinner to celebrate the birth day of the youngest man ever elected president The a plate banquet also was intend ed to raise funds for the party I AM ONLY 44 Kennedy said But I have lived in my 44 years through three the First World War the Sec ond World War and the Korean War No one can study the ori gins of any of those three strug gles without realizing the seri ous miscalculations the serious misapprehensions about the possible actions of the other side which existed in the minds of the adversaries which helped bring about all those wars Kennedy then noted that Khrushchev in his speech happened to the Sons of the flak burst I won my Grand Army of the Republic this year Johnny Reb but your side remembered you Clem Why shouldnt they second pair FRANK I WAS in the Marines just turned 20 when George vintage 18 Well and tireci ancl lonelvDoes sne over again whether here it is another Memorial tliink thats the way I Yankee Who do you think won we Banded in Korea Didnt the war But it was a mighty even ave time to hate any turrible short speech George musingly Wars and speeches Speeches and Wars I wonder if we all had it to do body Five minutes after we started up the first hill a motar hit at my feet Aw who Day Wonder wholl come Jim vintage 17 Who cares Clem vintage 64 Not me wanted it IfI could only have left her a son Im not expecting visitors Charley vintage 63 Me neith ful Joe vintage 43 Id like to see my folks again FRANK VINTAGE 50 I JIM TESTILY Had what to do over again All I did was to get kicked by a mule in a train ing camp in Missouri All my buddies thought it was funny until I kneeled over I never cares now Wheres Edith She last Jan 6 enunciated the doc was only 18 when she promised trme Uberation in shed always couldnt she iwhlch the miscal come just this once culation is always with us FOUR PEOPLE An elderly couple and a young couple came to Joes headstone decked er Its been a long long long witn flowers and spoke of even had a chance to laugh time for both of us But rest nim lovingly as they sat down George I was crawling on the grass and opened a picnic lunch Joe Mom Dad And my kid brother How big he is The girl with him must be his wife Charley Never mind son Youll get used to it Anyway maybe she misses you in ways you dont even know I see value in talking to those with whom we are the President added but I also think it valuable at a time when Frank But Edith was the only Jboth sides possess weapons of girl I really ever knew the only mutual destruction and anni through some barbed wire near ChateauTheirry when a Hun Clem I was crying for water in a Yankee prison I had the never had no folks unless Imagine Harry being married fever bad And suddenly I was tli you can call an orphan home How fast things change up taken with a coughing fit andtears Daddy But Edith my girl there Charley I was thirsty too one I ever had a chance to know The family group above Joe rose to go His mother the last to rise suddenly knelt down again put her lips to his name said shed never forget But she A delegation from the Sons of Reb on that third day at Get 111C ceilieitsly Kuara Closea has only came here once to the Confederacy arrived planted tysburg when I lifted my head the gates behind the last de Joe Mama Mama The cemetery guard closed see me a waving flag the Stars and and a bullet came and parting visitor Memorial Day Jim I had folks once a long Bars by Clems grave listened Joe 7 and I anT T SflS thf departed was guiding a bomber over den in the grass sang a re and I wasnt the kind of kid Charley I dont know what Germany when we ran into a quiem to a silent camp age swept through the Santa Rosa sugar mill in Las Villas Province Havana radio reported Tuesday The broadcast quoted authorities as saying the fire had been set by saboteurs Sabotage has been on the increase throughout Cuba during the past few days leaving 42 persons injured including 27 children ally known for his writings o heart diseases OFFICER INDICTED KANSAS CITY Mo Charles Coughlin 41 forrne head of the Kansas City polic vice squad has been indicted bj a county grand jury in connec tion with alleged payoffs from gambling places More freedom riders on way to Jackson by train JACKSON Miss on A new wave of Freedom Riders Tues day moved out of New Orleans by first of the riders to use the another assault n Mississippi segregation laws The group left on the Illinois entral streamliner City of New rleans There was no explana on why this group of Freedom liders the first to move into Mississippi from 9 southern route ecided to take to the railroads All other Freedom Riders have traveled by bus Dr Walter Bergman a former professor at Michigan State Uni arrested when they reached Jack son In a surprise move late Mon day Hinds County Sheriff J R Gilfoy shifted 19 convicted Free dom Riders from the Jackson pe nal farm to the downtown county jail Gilfoy said other prisoners pro tested the presence of the Free dom Riders and refused to asso ciate with them There are 25 whites and more than 100 Ne groes at the farm the sheriff said The sheriffs action came on the icels of the reported beating of lie Rev C T Vivian 36 Chat versity and conductor of Monanooga Tenn by a penal farm guard The Negro minister wear days workshop in New Orleans to train Freedom Riders said earlier he expected them to be ing a small bandage was one of those moved HANCE of RAIN Iowa Partly cloudy with sea tered showers and thunder storms west Tuesday nigh and over most of state Wee nesday Warmer Low Tues day 50s northeast to abbu 60 southwest High Wednesday 80 northeast to middle 80 southwest Outlook for Thurs day Partly cloudy and mild with scattered thunderstorms showers anc North Iowa Partly cloudy and warmer through Wednesday Scattered showers and thun derstorms Wednesday possi bly beginning in west Tuesday night Low Tuesday in 50s High Wednesday in the lower 80s Minnesota Increasing cloudi ness little temperature change near 80 Highs Wednesday GlobeGazette weather data p to 8 am Tuesday Maximum Minimum Sunrise Sunset EAR AGO Maximum Minimum 74 42 am pm 72 48 N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Traffic toll nears record soaring death toll in traffic ac cidents on the nations highways over the long Me morial Day holiday likely will exceed the 1957 record of 413 As of 10 am Tuesday there were 386 traffic deaths 30 boating fatalities 44 drownings and 83 from miscellaneous causes for a total of 543 British trawler fired upon COPENHAGEN British trawler was boarded by the Danish Navy off the Faroe Is lands but broke away from her captors and fled across the North Atlantic The trawler was fired on and hit several times The trawler was boarded by three Danish Navy men because it was fishing in what Denmark regards as restricted JFK gaining support Kennedy appears to be gaining ground in his support of the tractorsfor prisoners trade with Prime Minister Fidel Castro of Cuba Congressional opinion however remains pre dominantly critical Judge hears antiNegro talk MONTGOMERY are you nigger lovers Come on up here and well get you too Any hate worse than niggers is a nigger lover A white witness told a federal judge Monday a white mob and a policeman hurled that challenge at him ancl his wife after they protested the beating of a Negro during a race riot at a Montgomery bus sta tion May 20 Photofax A NEW FACEThis is Ann Margaret who was born in Swe den 20 years ago went to Chi cago at the age of 5 and has been singing since she can re member She played the part of B e 11 e Davis daughter in Pocketful of Dreams Next shell play in State Fair tak ing the role Jeanne Craine did in the last version of the movie hilation I think it is also valu able that there should be un derstanding and communica tion and a firm realization of what we believe So I go to see Mr Khrush chev in Vienna I go as the leader of the greatest revolu tionary country on knees do not tremble at the word revolution we believe in it We believe in the progress of mankind We believe in free dom and we intend to be asso ciated with it in the days to come Youth new to Iowa Falls is victim of river IOWA FALLS UP Richard Brannick 12 who had moved here with his mother from Web ster City last Sunday drowned Monday when he fell from a raft into the Iowa River The boy was the son of Mrs Robert Kolthoff He had been playing on the raft with a com panion Gary Anderson 16 Webster City The boys body was recovered by a rescue squad in 10 feet of water 30 minutes later AWARD FOR DOOLEY WASHINGTON Posthu mous honors for Dr Thomas An thony Dooley II medical hero of Laos are assured with signing of a bill Tuesday author izing for a gold medal On the inside Page 4 Society News 67 Clear Lake News 9 Sports 1112 North Iowa News 13 Mason City News 1415 Comics 16 Farm News 17 SAME Iowa Salttj Department Black Flat Meant Traffic In Fait 21 Hoiri   

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