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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 2, 1949, Mason City, Iowa                              22 Miireh Mason City Mason Communism as World Menace Discussed at Library Session of our way of hfe This lowed a Friends of Approximately 50 persons at tended the meeting with many taking active part in the question and answer In presenting the the Alvm leader for the evening explained Marx ism as it was originally conceived by Marx and Engels and pointed out the economic and religious aspects of Raised Question He questioned whether Russia was presenting communism in its which of 2 alternatives should through the iron curtain with propaganda i military showdown to decide the issue posed in the open discussion that fol the the library Monday tianity was zealous to the point of violence as in the Appeal Is Greed Communism as a vehicle to carry a small group of men who are of the bandit type to power was The real power of Stalins communism lies in the fact that its appeal is greed for things people havent It was questioned whether both Russia and the are not im Now following the war he has felt the need of mili ary bases and Russia feels the in iwo j AVUoaid Llltr original Marxian form or wheth need of satellite nations around er it was not another type of im perialism and that the was dealing not so much with an idea as with a He pointed out that both Marx and Engels were sons of wealthy men and their hope had been that communism would happen in some country economically ad vanced as Great But it broke into history in Russia in not an economically de veloped The economic theory prevail ing in communism ideally is that all property is put to good use by the government and that each man shall render to his commu nity in accordance to his abilities and receive in proportion to his not necessarily material if communism would remain on this high level it would be on a spiritual But in practice it tends to vio lence and It liquidates those who do not on whose qualities it could survive tri umph and lets the unscrupulous according to the In Interim Period Christendom takes man as he not as he ought to it was brought At the present time Russian communism may say it is passing through an interim period and therefore must have its Eventually eco nomic abundance will they may and then all will render willingly according to his abilities and receive according to his Rogness The communistic idea without violence is not abhorrent but it is not Communism doesnt take men where they are as italism man needs the incentive of rewards that com munism does not Ideas brought out in the open discussion were such as these Communism is vicious and will stop at There is no hope of friendly cooperation with it and not much hope of religion surviving under Suggestions as to why com munists showed more zeal in spreading its belief were that it was typical of a minority so to do psychological in that it cant have what it wants so wants it all the more that the end justi fies the means and even Chris Now She Shops Cash and Carry Without Painful Backache When disorder of kidney function permits tXHEonous matter to remain in your it may cause naggingbac k rh euruati c leg loss of pep and getting up puffincss under the headaches and Frequent or scanty passages with smarting and burning some times shows there is something wrong with your kidneys or Dont wait Ask your druggist for Doanit a stimulant used successfully by millions for over 50 Daans give happy relief and will help the 15 miles of kidney tubes flush out poisonous waate from your Get D cans Germany was cited as a coun ry in a situation that might see on one side trying to impose ts belief and Russia on the other Tying to strengthen her If Russia should take over all of Europe would it cause a war or yould communism branch out un til it died of was another question brought Some thought it Also it was brought up that it was amazing what has happened n history in regard to the right man coming at the right well as the wrong An aggressive war would do no someone The thing to do is to identify communists right in ones own or nation and deport and keep a strong armed Debt Seen as Danger The danger in the is the great national thought an If a collapse then many will be ripe for That is what Russia The meeting ended with Rogness summarizing from the last chapter of a book by Vera Menace or a which points out that perhaps to steer away from war people ought to have a greater knowledge of The should have a greater knowledge of its own new position as a leader in this new The basic issues often glossed over ought to be recog Perhaps Russia and the have more in common than is It takes all kinds of peo ple to make a new world like the one we are living in Grid Heroes Shine as Ballet Dancers a new burrcut look to Tulsa univer sitys traditionally longhair ballet Ballet classes once devoted mostly to women at TU now have men students who know their way around both a chorus line and a football Some of the most soaring members of the class this year are also stars of the universitys football Jimmy senior halfback and one of the leading pass catch ers in the nation this is one of the men wftio double in yard gaining and ballet Grid stalwarts first entered the dance classes when the football coach decided the modern dance technic held potentially good training for his Iowa Ranks 2nd in Light Horse Industry in Rotary District Conference Here Iowa ranks 2nd in the United States in the light horse with light horses owned by Iowa Yet it is one of the greatest of unknown industries in the Giving the figures was Harlan secretary of the Iowa Horse and Mule in a talk on the light horse industry in Iowa before the Mason City Ro tary club at its regular luncheon at Hotel Hanford Monday At next Mondays floor nominations for candidates for new members on the board of di rectors of the club be it was announced by President who District Conference Here Committee chairmen appoint ments for the district conference of Rotary to be held in Mason City April 2425 were announced by Hank vice chairman taking over For Kenneth Wnughtal who moved to The chair manships are Carl pro gram and entertainment John food Ivan halls and meeting places Ward Hamil publicity Dean fi nance registra tion Clayton transportation Ray scout Fea tured speakers include Congress man Walter Judd of An invitation from the Cedar Rapids club to attend a dinner meeting there on the Tuesday eve ning of April 5 was The international Angus Mitchell of will be pres Persons planning to attend were asked to make reservations immediately with Secretary Ken neth The Rotary International con vention to be held in New York City June 1216 was announced by George He asked that all reservations be made with Secre tary Long by March Horses in Iowa Economy The light horse industry as a place in the economy picture of Iowa was pointed out by Con It turned back to the state last year a total of in The feed bill was A total of persons in the state earned their livelihood cliroflly or indirectly by means of this industry Also many small towns relied on horse shows to support such community programs as 4II These things are something to be thought of in connection with the marketing of products in Iowa we have not had to worry about in the last 2 or 3 years but may soon have Conelly Following his talk lie showed a colored movie film of the Maple Crest River Ranch at New located about 70 miles southwest of Cedar The acre ranch with 100 head of horses is one of the largest light horse breeding establishments in he Scenes of the registered Amer ican saddle bearers in various both in fast and slow mo ard some of the other activi ties of the ranch were A closeup of the 3gaited For ever which sold for 000 at the state fair last was Moen New Member John Moen of the Davey and Moen Construction company was given his credentials as a new member of the Charles Strickland in Student Ro tarians John Reubcr and Roger Cunningham of the public high school were introduced and recog nised for their participation in the recent wrestling and basketball victories and as top students in scholastic and extracurricular ac Hackle man reported for the Rotary airport KGLO news highlights were read by Hank Visiting Rotarians included Frank Ballantyne and Sawyer from the Clear Lake club Tom Charles and Roy Other guests were Leslie Boom Bert Dale Hill and Roy with the celebration of Holy Com munion at 8 Special music will be offered by the chpjr and Miss Genevieve Olson will sing The Lords Prayer by The pastors theme for the munion address will be A Con cerned Saviours The fol lowing Wednesday evenings of Lent he will speak on the fol lowing subjects A Suffering Saviours An Embattled Souls A Forgiving Savi ours An Awakened Souls A Dying Savi ours Prayer and A Communi cants During the Sundays of the pastor will consider Our Passion History Prayers Immanuel Theme for Lent Passion History Prayers will be the general subject of the Lent en messages which will be given each Wednesday evening during Lent at the Immanuel Lutherar church by the Ernest A the The Lenten season will open on Ash Wednesday evening this weel Saviours Road to Salvation He will speakon the followingtheme Our Saviour and Our Saviour and Faith Our Saviour and Our Savi our and Our Saviour and Our Saviour and and on Easter Sun day Our Saviour and a GREAT Child Marriage Taboo Hyderabad a new drive against child Christian ministers here have de cided to boycott weddings in which the bride is less than 14 years of age or the bridegroom less than WE HAVE MOVED Our new location is on the second floor of the Times located at 19 State across the street South of the City Phone 1180 1401 DUNN STUBBS VORHIES Plants Have Too Los Mur ray University of California at Los Angeles has found that aging plants victims of hardening of the just as humans She reports the aging of plant cells is accompanied by a varnishing and hardening of 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