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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 3, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home CITY GLOBEG VOL 102 The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON cm OWA THURSDAY MAY 3 962 IOc ppcr Four No 72 ur North ns in h Theater j ji prospers I on road Glamour of TV fading By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWpOD The theater may be ailing in New York but elsewhere in the United States it is in glowing health That is the testimony of two theater experts who know what they are talking about One is Edwin Lester major domo of the Civic Light Opera of Los Angeles and San Francisco which is cele brating its 25th successful year The other is Warren Caro big gun of the Theater Guild which is bringing more theater than ever1 to the road through its subscrip tion plan First Mr Lester I found him rehearsing Patrice Munsell and a highly talented troupe for the first of the light operas 1962 shows Song of Norway The place of the rehearsal may be significant The oncebustling Don Lee television studios now marked for razing Could thej theater be rising Phoenixlikpi from televisions ashes Well be playing 56 weeks thi season 28 in each city he said Our take will be million Thats quite a contrast with ou first season We did four show for four weeks in each city fo a gross of in Los Arigele and in San Francisco The 1962 offerings are a Broad way hit a London h prior to Broadway an two revivals Norway and Kis met the latter two originate with the Civic Light Opera an went on to world success as di the Mary Martin Peter Pan The Lester formula for sue cess 1 We are part of a growin community and we have grow with it 2 We have kept abreast of th early repertoire leane heavily on Desert Song Bios som Time and Rose Marie now if we do revivals they an generally with classic values 3 We have deep concern fo the happiness of audiences m audience can feel as bad as w do with a bad show Warren Caro was here recentl as part of his springtime effor to whoop up enthusiasm for thi Theater Guilds subscription sea son The guild sells a block o plays for next season to theate lovers latest count is 125000 sub scribers in 20 cities That really is how the theate says alive on the road said Caro an earnest theater lover on his own and husband of Nanc Kelly Its no problem to send a hit musical on tour But its a real risk for a straight drama like A Far Country If a pro ducer knows he has the cushion of an assured audience for so many performances hes more likely to take a chance What is the current state of the road It is amazingly healthy Caro reported In places like Toronto and Detroit where there are greai new theaters there is a tremen dous surge of interest in theater In other places with old houses like Pittsburgh it is hard to stir enthusiasm But on the whole business is excellent on the road That is due to many factors But principally I think it is because the public has become disenchanted with the electronic marvel in their living rooms Accusation against Wcyren shocking WASHINGTON UPI Sen ate Republican whip Thomas II K u c h e 1 Calif Thursday ac cused Sen James 0 Eastland DMiss of making a shock ing and evil charge in saying that Chief Justice Earl Warren decides for the Communists in cases involving U S secur ity Kuchel a longtime associ ate of Warren led a spirited defense by members of both parties in the wake of East lands charges made during Wednesdays Senate debate on Ihe administrations literacy lest bill ONLY TWISTED STEEL REMAINS AFTER CLARION CRASH IN WHICH 3 AbeC President attemptsFAIR to calm governors DES MOINES will still exercise su Kennedy said Thursday there is pervjsion over the training of the a need to readjust and realign the military resources of the Ignit ed States In a letter to Gov Norman Er be the President said Many people have the impression that realignment and elimination are units the letter said The President said that on dec laration of an emergency the units will be deployed on predesignatec missions and it is envisioned thai the division headquarters wil then be used as cadres to form new divisions synonymous This is not the case This plan calls for no reduc Erbe had written the Presidentition in general officer spaces last Feb 14 to protest any re alignment of the IowaNebraska Guard 34th Infantry Division and the 103rd Army Reserve Division which has units in Iowa Minne sota and Wisconsin The President wrote that the 34th and 103rd divisions have been designated for realignment Each division realigned will fiave formed from it a high pri ority brigade plus combat sup sort and other support units the President said In most cases the support units also will be in high priority he said Further the present division icadquarters will be retained During peacetime the division Kennedy said He added that the proposed re alignment will result in reserve components having in their struc ture only those units required It will also permit the develop ment of high priority units which we must have to be capable of response to every foreseeable emergency The National Guard Bureau re cently asked the Iowa National Guard to submit a plan by May 3 for the elimination of one entire battle group Erbe said he would refuse to comply with the order until a gov ernors committee he is to head meets with the President on the proposed reorganization N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Japanese wreck kills 102 Two electric commuter trains com ing fromopposite directionspiled into a derailed freight killing 102 persons and injuring 147 Police said they expected the death toll to rise Nuclear plan for NATO ATHENS Two NATO powers drafted a three stage plan by which the United States and Britain will set up a partnership with their European allies on the use of nuclear weapons Canada devalues dollar OTTAWA Canada devalued its dollar and pegged it at U S cents to give a boost to ex ports and ease the nations chronic foreign trade deficit victims in Algeria ALGIERS Secret Army terrorists set off plastic bombs in Algiers and Oran to climax the bloodiest day of violence in Algeria since the start of the Moslem rebellion more than seven years ago A total of 110 Moslems were killed College bill is revived WASHINGTON President Kennedys college construction proposal was back on the track but his request for a big federal scholarship program mav have been switched to a dead end siding The House gules committee voted 86 to clear the way for HouseSenate negotiations on a compromise version of widely differing college aid bills North fair and warmer Thursday night lows in the 50s Partly cloudy and slightly warmer Friday highs in lower 80s fair and warmer Thursday night lows in the 50s Friday partly cloudy and warm highs 8085 Further outlook Somewhat cloudy with scat tered showers and a little cooler Minnesota Partly cloudy show Zdravstvuite Titov glad to meet7 Glenn WASHINGTON AP Space speaking dates later in the day men John H Glenn Jr and Gher v 4 VJK41 14 It man S Titov met Thursday for the sightseeing tour first time and then took a tour ists turn around Washington ex changing philosophy and a few jokes as they went The meeting between the two space conquerors was a nocere ers Cooler highs Friday aroundlmony affair and the tour was 70 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 74 Minimum 50 Sunrise 5Q4 Sunset 7i7 Railroad labor report delayed WASHINGTON presi dential emergency board deliv ered to the White House Thursday recommendations for settling a iig new labor pay case involving the bulk of the employes on the nations railroads General release of the report was withheld until Friday morn ing This may have been in order to give President Kennedy a chance to read the report before its release The report deals with the wage increase demands of unions rep resenting 450000 rail workers the same number of men involved in the recent steel labor controversy No trace of fallout from US testing TOKYO an Japans Cen tral Meteorological Agency an nounced Thursday it could not detect any signs of atmospheric disturbances caused by the hird US nuclear explosion The US Atomic Energy Com mission reported the device biggest in current Pacific series dropped from a plane Wednesday carried out as simply Next on the program was a chat with President Kennedy at the White House 1 admire what you did and I am very glad to welcome you as are the American people the President said The Soviet cosmonaut and the American astronaut shook hands of the National Sciences where SAME ITowa Safctj Department Figures Black Flag Meanj Traffic Death In 31 Hours at the home Academy of Glenn greeted his fellow member of the exclusive orbit club with a simple hello Titov responded in Russian Zdravstvuite ochen rad American experts on the Rus sian language said the simplest way to translate that was very pleased lo meet you1 With their wives the space After that they set out on the came to him and replied is a joke among American An early stop was the 555foot Washington Monument where Ti tov quipped This is the first joint Soviet American journey into space Glenn laughed when the trans lation there spacemen that the needlelike monument would never get off the pad At the LincolnMemorial Glenn pointed out the inscriptions on the walls saying when he came to the Gettysburg Address its very short Alt good speeches are short Titov replied At the National Archives as the spacemen stood before the Decla ration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States the crowd grew quiet You only make progress as you use what is gone before that is true with all countries Glenn told Titov Mrs Gienn was with Titovs wife Tamara 24 guiding her by MIjKM i ii fliers had coffee then registered the arm when necessary for the International Council of Asked what they talked about vu11 uii VVSMJU mcy laiKCii anou Scientific Unions where both had I Mrs Glenn replied ladies talk 3 killed when car strikes train during race near Clarion Four teenagers were killed about the same time in two widely separated auto accidents in North Iowa Wednesday night Dead are Larry Weiner 16 rural Gait Lynn Weiner 13 brother of Larry Terry Brigger 13 also of Gait Gene R Christiansen 18 Nora Springs The three Wright County boys were killed about 9 pm when their speeding car crashed into the side of a moving frcigh tram near Clanon during a drag race with another car Young Christiansen was kilted about pm when the motorcycle he was riding slammed into the side of a car at St Larry and Lynn Weiner were the sons of Mr and Mrs Ernest Weiner and Terry Brigger was the son of Mr and Mrs Merle Brigger The other car in the race careened into a ditch at the side of the road near the rail road crossing a halfmile north of Clarion on County Road K Dean Harris and Perry Arnold both of Clarion in the other car escaped unhurt The impact of the crash jolted the wheels of a Chicago and Great Western freight car off the track The car was de molished piled up in a heap under the freight car It took officials several hours to re move the bodies from the wreckage Wright County Deputy Sher iff Bob Shaw said the Harris youth admitted the two cars were racing on Road K Appar ently they did not see the train which crew members said was travelingat a slow pace Itis believed Larry Weiner a stu dent at Clarion High School was driving the car Charges are pending against the surviving youths Funeral services for the three victims have been set for Satur day Rites for Terry Brigger will be at 1 pm at the Congre gational Church at Gait Services for the Weiner boys will be at 3 pm at the same church Burial will be in the Gait Cemetery with Eyler Funeral Home Clarion in charge Christiansen was the son of Mr and Mrs Alvin Christiansen rural Norn Springs Mitchell County Sheriff Mervel Angcll said the St Ansgar acci dent occurred at the intersection of Summer St and Highway 218 Keith Dietrich 17 son of Mr and Mrs Wilbur Dietrich St Ansgar was driving a car owned by his father He had stopped at the intersection and then started to make a U turn without seeing the motorcycle approaching He pulled onto the highway in the path of the cycle Dietrich has been charged with entering a through highway and is to appear before Justice of the Peace Wayne Ruechel St Ans ar May 9 Sheriff Angel said damages lo the car were about S250 and to the motorcycle about Christiansen whose father is Surviving are his parents a sisPerec ter Ruth Ann 13 and a grand mother Mrs Caroline Nora Springs Field The time for the funeral serv BARBARA HAUGEN Rake girl to reign at AMES Crowning of Barbara Haugen Rake as Veishea Queen marked the opening of Veishea for 1962 on the Iowa State University campus Thurs day as the annual threeday open house got under way Miss Haugen is the daughter of Mr and Mrs T 0 Haugen She is a junior in home econo mics education and a member of Pi Beta Phi social sorority She was HarvestBall Queen and a Bomb Beauty in the Univer sity year book Her mother is the Rake correspondent of the Mason City GlobeGazette Serving as her attendants were Joyce Rice Greenfield and Nancy Hillig Hinsdale 111 Miss Rice is a past national baton twirling champion Candidates for the Veishea Queen or Queen of Queens title must have been queen of one of the major campus dances or events or a year book beauty Austin restaurant destroyed by fire umstiansen whose father is a AUSTIN Minn UPI Thn Mitchell County supervisor was restaurant was tin born May 18 1943 at Mason City He attended elementary school at Nora Springs and was a senior at Osage Community High School stroycd by fire early Thursday Cause of the fire or an estimate of loss was not immediately known Firemen were ham a broken natural gas line in the basement which fed the flames for more than two 1 hours Firemen dug a hole out side the building down to the iic iiuiu lur me mnerai iu mv ice has not been set It will bctplpe leve5 and sluit the flow held at Rock Creek Lutheran of Kas Church with the Rev John Quam officiating Burial will be in Rock Creek Cemetery Champion Fu neral Home Osnge is in charge On the inside Society News Pages 111213 Only the Newspaper SPACEMEN TITOV AND Editorials Mason City News 2021 Latest Markets 21 Clear Lake News 22 North Iowa News 23 Comics 24 HIDE AND SEEK BEAUFORT SC UPDA 12 yearold girl who was afraid to o home after getting low marks at school touched off a 24hour j search here by two platoons of Marines a helicopter and of volunteers Dcbby Debruhl was found hiding under a house only n feudoors away from her home ONLY THE NEWSPAPER has local appeal that goes be yond the range of reporting the news Its infinite range of services great and small have contributed to constant ly increasing readership among adults   

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