NEWSWEEK April 13 1959 4/13/59 Apr 59 RUSSIA MOSCOW THE BOLSHOI BALLET +++
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ISSUE DATE: April 13 1959; VOL. LIII NO. 15
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COVER: Direct from Moscow: THE BOLSHOI BALLET.
THE COVER: During a dress rehearsal atMoscow's Bolshoi Theater, the camera caughtthis glittering scene from "The Stone Flower,"a newly staged ballet which radically departsfrom the old-fashioned Soviet style. For report on the Bolshoi and its dancers, who arecoming to New York next week, see page 111.
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NEWS: Communists in Tibet, Germany; John Foster Dulles; Armed Forces; GOP Blessings and the job; GOP up and comers; Thruston Morton (Article & photo); Berlin -- and beyond by Ernest K. Lindley; INTERNATIONAL: Summit: We want to come, too!; Japan fronts for the West: Special international report; Will Cuba go communist?; NEWSMAKERS; SCIENCE; SPORTS: basebal opening day; Golf; EDUCATION; BUSINESS: Beware, the tips are flying; Mark W. Cresap (Article & photo); Will economic growth mean cheaper $$?; What is competition?? by Henry Hazlitt; SPACE & THE ATOM; TV-RADIO: Life begins at 39 for JACK BENNY -- Nice article/profile with photo. MEDICINE; RELIGION; PRESS: Ralph McGill (Article & photo); LIFE & LEISURE: Gifts of Crystal; SPECIAL DANCE REPORT: Straight from moscow: Russia's best: The BOLSHOI BALLET -- Cover story, article, photos, profile & photo of Galina Ulanova; MOVIES: IMITATION OF LIFE; COMPULSION; A talk with a new star: Interview with Bradford Dillman, photo; BOOKS; MORE --
TOP OF THE WEEK:
Grand Old Party--and Brand-New Faces. It's not all - gloom as Republicans gather to pick a convention site and a new chairman. Why Alcorn quit. Page 35. His likely successor Thruston Morton is THIS WEEK'S NEWSMAKER. And a look at five GOP hopefuls waiting in the wings. Page 36.
Russia's New 'War': Japan Fronts for the West. How a dy - namic new Japan has leaped from feudalism to democracy to an economic miracle. The country's bubbling holiday mood as its Crown Prince marries a flour miller's daughter. Pages 53-56.
Will Castro's Cuba Go Communist? NEWSWEEK'S Harold Lavine reports from Havana on this chill question. Pages 65-66.
Batter Up! It's Opening Day 1959. The hopes and heartaches as the new baseball season starts, page 72. And John Lardner's Fearless Forecast, with an assist from Las Vegas, page 75.
Beware Those Stock-Market Tips. Speculative fever hits Wall Street, and that often calls for stiff medicine. Who should speculate and why--and who shouldn't. Page 81.
Will National Growth Bring Cheaper Dollars? The great - debate over how fast the economy can--or should--grow in the future, and how it affects every American. SPOTLIGHT ON BUSINESS untangles the economic gobbledygook. A 1970 national output of $790 billion? Pages 86-90.
'Stirring Times in Cancer Research.' The nation's top cancer fighters predict this will be a year of great gains, and tell where to expect the progress to come. Pages 98-99.
Russia's Best--Direct From Moscow to New York. A Special NEWSWEEK Report puts the legend of the Bolshoi Ballet (see below) into perspective. It also charts the course of a flourishing U.S,-Soviet cultural-exchange program. Pages 111-117.
Signed Opinion: BUSINESS TIDES, Henry Hazlitt. LARDNER'S WEEK, John Lardner. PERSPECTIVE, Raymond Moley. WASHINGTON TIDES, Ernest K. Lindley.
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