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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 22, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Doily Newspaper CITY GLOBE VOL 102 Auodated Preu ud United The newspaper full HOME EDITION that mokes oil North lowons neighbors MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MAY M les a OUft WIBE SEKV1CES BANGKOK The Thai gov ernment announced Tuesday that Australia will send a mili tary unit here and that rein forcements from other SEATO nations will begin arriving soon to join the 5000 US troops in Thailand An Australian government an nouncement is scheduled for Wednesday It was learned in Canberra that Australia has in formed Thailand it would rath er commit a fightfr squadron than ground forces but would Two films that rate the best Music Man wins plaudits By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD AP Theres nothing wrong with the movie business that attractions like The Miracle Worker and Mu sic Man cant cure When a previewer sees two such films in one week he sees a glimmer of hope that motion pictures can recapture their audi ence You realize that movies can be a marvelous and indispensable medium when treated with imag ination taste and talent new films derivefromthe stage and Miracle Worker j firsts appeared on tele vision The makers of each have discarded staginess to use the film techniques to best ad vantage Miracle Worker may seem at first like forbidding ma terial for entertainmentThe ef fort of teacher Annie Sullivan to bring the deafblindmute Helen Keller out of her world But the unfolding of this challenge human spirit is anything but depressing It is the story of a tough Irish girl herself the conqueror of bhndness and the snakepit of public institutions who pits her strength and cunning against an equally strongminded young girl Their first encounter is marked by what might be the most ex tensive screen battle since The Spoilers Anne Bancroft and Patty Duke are nothing short of perfect in the roles they created on Broadway Music Man is all fun and two and a half hours long Only the most cynical could complain about it and they had better go see something by Tennessee Wil liams instead The Meredith Willson hosanna to the cornfed wonders o Iow is virtually unchanged in content from the stage version but the size and action Have been extend ed for the wide wide screen You actually see the 76 trom bones With a burst of genius Warner Brothers allowed Robert Preston to play the leading role He is of course the definitive Harold Hill and his presence is indispensable He prowls pantherlike through his scenes When he tells the people of River City theyvegot trouble you believe him Shirley Jones is in fine form as Marian the librarian and Paul Ford Hermione Gingold Buddy Hackett and Pert Kelton keep the corn popping nicely Both Miracle Worker and Music Man are classics in their fields They are happy news for theater owners and movie goers alike t THANTS SON KILLED RANGOONBurma tfl Tin Maung Thant 21 son of acting UN SecretartGeneral U Thant died Monday after he fell off a bus Photofa UNHAPPY NOTE Vocalist Jane Morgan enters Doctors Hospital m New York to de termine whether surgery will be necessary to remove a half inch vbolt from her stomach Her agent indicated possibly bolt was ingested in clam chowder which the singer pre pared herself m Maine two weeks ago Agent said clams weretaken directly from the ocean and there was a chance the bolt was in chunk of sea food usedin the chbvyder Vance appointed to fill Lynes post DBS MOINES Clifford M UPI Sen RMount Vance pointed to fill the fouryear un Pleasant Tuesday w a s ap SAME OATEmilS3 expired term of the late Sen J Kendall Lynes RPlainfield on he legislative interim commit tee Lt Gov William L Mooty also appointed Sen Richard C Turner RCouncd Bluffs to fill Vances term on the legislative research committee Vance re signed from his twoyear term on the research committee to ake over the interim commit tee post BULGARIA LIFTS BAN SOFIA Western newspapers magazines rests with the merit He said Thai govern the offers of send troops if theThai govern ment prefers them r ooivt me ULLCIS VI In Auckland it was reported aid from SEATO allies had that New Zealand is preparing been a stabilizing influence on to send transport planes a small the situation in Southeast Asia air service detachment and a commandotype army unit The Announcement of Austra army was reported to have more lian aid was made in a broad volunteers for Thai service than ast DV tne Tnai governments it needs information section It said Aus In London Prime Minister ancl Thai officers were Harold Macmillan said Britain still stands by its offer of an air force contingent for Thai land Whether it will be accept er or not at this time he said conferring on details of the agreement The broadcast followed a news conference by Thai Foreign Min ister Thanat Khoman who said SEATO reinforcements smal ler than the United States forces but very useful in time of emergency will begin ar riving soon Khoman credited the presence of US troops here with stopping thefightmg in neighboring Laos In Rangoon Laotian neutral ist leader Prince Souvanna Phouma delayed his return to Laos until Wednesday after call ing his information minister from Laos for consultation The Minister Ouinim Phol sena reported the situation in Laos is calm He said a meet ing of the three rival Laotion factions depends on the good faith of the proWestern faction Khoman said the reinforce ments do not mean a SEATO standing force will be created but he suggested the troop con tmgents sent here be enlarged if the situation re quires Britain France Pakistan and The Philippines belong to SEA TO the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization in addition tothe United States Australia New Zealand and Thailand Khoman said that since the arrival of U S troopsearlier thismonththe situation a nearby country is better al ready There is no more fight ing He did not mention Laos but the reference was clear Lightning starts fire at Titonka the roof of the K t H Oil Station here about 420 am Tuesday and caused fires in several spots on the roof fire was reported by harles Reed who was awakened by the smell of smoke in his home across the alley According to Fire Chief Andy Krommga dam age will amount to about Most of the damage was caused by smoke and water The Titonka fire department r T i able to keep the fire from and station was filled with smoke but not burned OB DISINTERMENT OF AGRICULTURE Under the watchful eye of an official workers pre pare to remove the body of Henry H Marshall from its grave in Franklin Tex Marshall an agriculture official linked to the Billie Sol Estes case died from North Iowa Partly cloudy and windy with widely scattered vt the 50s and cooTe five bullet wounds June and Kis death was ruled a suicide District Judge John Barren ordered the t disinterment of Marshalls body which was turned over to a1 team of experts including the state chemist a ballistics expert and a pathologist f To withdraw Generally fair Wednesday highs in low 70s cloudy and wind with widely scattered thunder storms east and extreme north Tuesday night cooler west lows in the 60s Generally fair and cooler Wednesday highs in the 70s Further out fair and con turned cool Thursday Minnesota Some cloudiness cooler Highs Wednesday around 70 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum Minimum s At 8 am Sunrise Sunset Maximum An editorial Yes indee 74 55 72 40 d Th ere is a way YOU can help oa finding lodgingfor the 3000 outof state band members with 500 accom panying adults is progressing in an encouraging it isnt yet com pleted This latter fact should be of inter est and concern to everybody with a pride in our community In the case of many There is something you can do about it If in your home you have one or more beds which can be made avail able for these outstanding visitors from 30 states you are urged to make thisfact known at pnce PRECISE INSTRUCTIONS as to how you should proceed are included in a news story appearing on page 17 of this issue Some impressive examples could be cited of residents who have gone far beyond the calf of duty in opening their homes In some cases it has in volved pronounced sacrifice in family convenience The considerable number of homes are vacated during the summer in favor of a cottage at Clear Lake has proved something of a problem but by no means an insoluble one SOME FAMILIES in this situa tion have even turned the problem into an opportunity While Dad holds forth at the Clear Lake establishment Mom will be presiding over the Mason City home In this manner of course the1 dwelling which would have been wholly unoccupied will be giving a maximum usefulness to our community in this housing challenge Mason City will look back on this as one of its truly great perhaps its greatest There will be a certain measure of satisfaction in hav ing had a part in its success If you have passed over the ap peal for beds for two nights and two breakfasts for these youngsters who may not be coming our way again wont you please reconsider Now turn to page 17 for your next step v Tuesday struck a multimillion dollar blowagamstthe estate of Billie Sol Estes by announcing it will with draw all governmentownedgrain stored in elevator once controlled by the indicted Texas financier About 42 million bushels of about million will be gradually moved out of the Estes elevators George Barnes an assistant to Agriculture Secretary Or j L Freeman said it might take 18 months to get the gram moved out He said the decision was made by Freeman Withdrawal of the grain will mean that the receivership for Estes will lose its pnme source of revenue since the gov ermnent hasten payingfrom to million a year for the Grain storage payments to Estes have been frozen since March 1 and Barnes said the department now has about si millionin payments in escrow Barnes said none of the money will be released until the government has received what it has coming Presumably thi means the government will tract the fine it levied on Estes for growing cotton in 1961 on land for which he hac no allotments Asked why the grain should be moved Barnes said it was a mat ter of public policy When asked to clarify hit state ment Barnes replied There are a lot of considera ions uhich have to be taken into account on public policy The secretary of agriculture exercises administrative judgments on mat ters of this kind After looking over all that is involved the de cision was made that the best in erests of the department would be served by moving this grain out in an orderly manner How Estes got contracts to store he grainywith payments from he government of millions of dbl ars a one of the ques ions to be explored in a forth coming Senate investigation In mat ft to 6ok into allegations that influ ence in Washington helped Estes build his vast cotton and grain storage empire Estes is now bankrupt and is awaiting trial onfraud charges Informed sources said the Sen ate Investigations subcommittee expects to question at least 100 witnesses from both the Kennedy and Eisenhower administrations Dooley team back in Laps hospital SAN FRANCISCO UPD The Dr Thomas A Dooley Foundation announced Tuesday that the med cal team which forced to eave Ban Hoiwi in Laos a week igo has resumed operations in the wrder Carl Weidermann Dr Judson Lloyd and medical orpsman Albert Harris all of New York City were ordered out f the city last when the Royal Laotian military comman der left Ban Houei Sai because of idvancing Communist forces N ews in a utshell FROM WISE SERVICES News blackout TOKYO President Sukarno of Indonesia has ordered United Press In ternational to suspend its operations in Indo nesia for an indefinite period Although no spe cific reason was men tioned in the suspension order UPls Singapore bureaufiled a controver sial dispatch May 14 about an attack on Su karnos life f it More jobs wanted WASHINGTON AFLCIO President George Meany challeng ed business to prove that higher profits would mean more jobs andnot just bonuses for execu tives Meariy told the Na t i o n a 1 Association of Manufacturers at the White House Conference on National Economic Is sues that he did not how high profits went as long as they meant low er unemployment Dutch attack HOLLANDIA New Guinea Dutch troops launched a counterat tack that shattered In donesian forces and killed and wounded a number of the invaders in twin drives around Fak Fak on the Onin Peninsula spokesman in Germany had said tastefully covers millions who the plane was on a routine trainnot need Jt and ignores mil ing night 1 J On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 89 Sports 1J14 North Iowa Latest Markets Mason Comics W News Farm Features T U 20 at Norfolk Va said there were 27 and disclosed the classified na ture of the flight An Air Force A US Army spokesman in Mu tail section was found several miles from the main wreckage The plane was based in Rota Spain and had flown to Frankfurt there before taking off for Spain medics reply Care plan criticized NEW YORK Amefi an Medical Association hascoun ered President Kennedys plea ror support of his medical care for the aged plan with an attack on the measure as a cruel hoax that would heartlessly ignore millions who need coverage In a paid nationally televised reply to the President association leaders said Monday night the public is in danger of being blitzed brainwashed intoswal lowing a plan that would disrupt health services and turn patients into impersonal numbers The Kennedybacked KingAn derson measure provides for roed ical care for the aged under So cial Security t Following the AMA telecast Secretary of Health Education and Welfare Abraham Ribicoff declared that it was just another staging of lets fool the Ameri can people again and charged that it omitted important factors The AMA representatives spoke rom Madison Square he same spot from Ken nedy urged support ofthe King Anderson measure a day earlier n a freetime public na Jonal telecast But whereas Kennedy spoke be ore a live audience of17500 the wo AMA spokesmen sat alonein he vast arrangement that they saidmayhelpjusget across to the American people the grossly unfair disadvantagejandef which we doctors are laboring JL6 make our voices and our reasons heard J x A Boston station fused tocarry the programrThis brought a complaint from the association that it had been blacked out in the Presidents home Jown f The station said thai decision was based on apolicy of not sell ing time to organizations or in dividuals for discussion of contro versial issues in which such or ganizations or individuals are int volved J Dr Edward R Annis of Mi ami Fla the main AMA said the relationship between a ctor and his patient is one of the fewthings which touch so Navy plane 27 killed EBERSBURG Germany A fourengine US Navy planeon a secret mission exploded crashed and burned Tuesday kill ing all 27 persons aboard US authorities at the scene said at least 20 bodies were recovered A spokesman at Allandecjared Our practice of quality tic Fleet Air Force headquarters medlcine health is af MnrfnlL tr it lAnnis chairman nf ffm to uod He urged viewers to consult their doctors about the measure Our fees are not involved he Annis chairman of the AMAs National Speakers Bureau said administration backed plan iions It will undercut and destroy nich said the plane a WV2 Conthe wholesome growth of private stellation was believed to have voluntary insurance and prepay jlown up in the air because the mem health programs for the found which offer flexible benefits n the full range of individual needs Annis said uuvt nuwii iv f i cunviurt uon c inisieLKc it Annis dc t was out on a flight from Frankclared Englands nationalized urt but had planned to return program is the kind of thing they have in mind for us SCREENING THE PROGRAMDr Edward Annis Miami Fla chairman of the American ical Associations national speakers bureau and Dr Leonard W Larson Bismarck ND AMA president watch screening of AMA program in a NBC studio in New York They viewed taped version aired later in a nationwide broadcast in answer to President Kennedy on his proposed program for medical care of the elderly The AMA program was taped in empty Madison Square Garden where Kennedy addressed a capacity crowd Sunday V   

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