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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 8, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXl Associated Press nod United Preu Pull Lease Wires Sewn Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY AUGUST I 1955 this Paper Consists oi Two Nt 25t New Private Atom Power Plants OKd One Mans Opinion A Radio CommtnUry By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KCLO UlHll Sunday HTAJO Quincj SSOI Sundnj WOI Amc teWi Safety Belts Good or Bad WHILE I have had a welldej veloped interest in the safety cause for 30 years or more I have never posed as an expert on any sspect of it That is one reason Ij presume why I enjoy sitting back and listening to the accredited exj perts argue And argue they believe me j as almost to constitute a rule that RACING OSTRICHES hit of last years North Iowa Fair Gene Holier s in the solution of one problem of speedy ostriches will be back Wednesday and Thursday afternoons as well as at the traffic control you almost always Childrens Day show Wednesday at 10 a ra This photo snapped a year ago shows Mason create another Then the question City Mayor Georpe Mendon left and Rockwell Mayor Henry Buldhaupt about to start becomes this Which is the great their race er the problem solved or the probj lem created And thats where the experts come into the picture The classic example of what Im talking about here is diagonal parking as distinguished from parallel parking By slanting cars into a curbing its possible to ac commodate nearly twice as many in a given frontage heres where the de won by Buldhaupt COOLER WEATHER WELCOMED Fair Has Early Arrivals The North Iowa Fair in Mason rivals Some livestock came in as official action Mondav was the Cer Parley on Atoms Opened Site Chosen in Midwest BT The Associated Press The government Monday ap proved two privately drafted atom ic reactor projects and said give promise of significantly ad vancing power reactor knowhow The projects were proposed by Detroit Edison Co and Associates and what is known as the Nuclear Power Group led by Common wealth Edison Chicago Dr John von Neumann acting chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission said the planned un dertakings provide an acceptable basis for negotiation under the power demonstration reactor pro That program was created to encourage wider participation in developing nuclear power technol ogy and to advance the time Funeral services for Airman 2c when nuclear power will becomeT T James Lmdsev 2 who was economicallv comoetitive AIRMAN J W LINDSEY Mason City Airman Dies in Car Crash A James Lindsey Killed in Kansas killed Saturdav in a cartruck colli Opening Day AECs announcement came onsion near Holton will be held opening day of the United NationsJTuesday at 2 at the McAuley atomic energy conference in Geiand Son Chapel m Mason City AT LITTLE BROWN CHURCH 350 Couples Renew Vows in Ceremony By STAFF REPRESENTATIVE 350 couples returned Sunday to the Little Brown Church world famed shrine at Old Bradford near here to rededicate themselves to the marriage vows they took in the same setting The entire crowd was estimated at Because they had been married longer than any others in the crowd which filled the church sanctuary to its capacity and overflowed into the wildwood setting immortalized in song Mr and Mrs Charles Pierce of Nashua occupied the pos ition of honor at the altar in that repledging ritual conducted by the I Rev Glenn Utterback i Others in the audience repeated I the vows with husband and wife land resealed the contract with a kiss as cameras from Life Maga izine and the news reels preserved jthe scene for posterity Mr and Mrs and Merle were married at the Little Brown Church on Oct 10 39 neva where Russian delegates bate parking tilv opens officially Tuesearly as Thursday evening A lot ro Gordo County 4H judging conshowed movies of the reactor in v 0y agona parng se t traffic hazard in two ways 3t 10 a Monday was baby beeves were in evidence test slated to begin at a Soviet atomic power station hundreds of entrants offi Monday The deadline for Cerroj According to fair secretary j Soviet physicist said the ofi a One results from narrowing down the street for vehicular workers and sponsors of Gordo County 4H beeves was M C Lawson the 20thcould produce kilowatts Dintonallyparked cars extend commercial displays completed Monday The beeves Shows pulled in at costs competing further from the curb than or tne sixday event weighing in at He also said the cooler weather ofjcertain small plants using c parallelparked The other hazard There were a number of early ari Aside from that the only otherithis weekend should mean more tional fuels swine entries Indian scientist Homi J Bhabha Skies were clear Mondav a opened the conference with the conven at Memorial Park i where graveside military rites will jy the Mason attaches to getting into and out of the parking the latter out of i Collition Invited j Cars going into the diagonal slots have a tendency to invite telescopj ing mishaps in the vehicles piled up behind When they come they must intrude upon the right J traffic lane of the street So the question Which is more more cars 40 8 Wants Peace With Legion Body i j jsign Lawson hopes the weather j prediction that the way may be veterans organizations Stationed at Topeka Airman Lindsey was stationed at Forbes l IN REDEDlCATIONThe Rev Joseph Lyle McCorison of West field returned to the little years ago Appropriate Sermon A sermon impressively appro priate to the of a 10vveeks observance of the congre gations 100th a t jpreached by a former pastor the Joseph Lyle McCorison of First Congregational Church West field will be as good as last year for found to harness the titanic energy was ridiflg the entire six days The fair uyarogea Dome for peaceiui when tteir Sunday evening use Struck collided The other airman servance He served his second ivear ministrv Pastor of the church from 1926 to 1929 the New Jersey clergyman Topeka Kan Hej Brown Church pulpit Sunday j indulged in some recollections from with another aJrmani forenoon lor the climax of that be described as one of the car and a transport shrines 10weefe Centennial stimulating periods of Ms 30 also was killed Airman Lindsey was born May 28 1928 in Mason City son of Ray mond and Mildred Shaver Lind Mason Citv parked or having fewer of tho of the propertydamage type And L jon you can find qualified on your side which ever way you Mondav adj decide to answer it dresses by Gov Leo Hoegh and1 With the principle Harold E Fjscher Jr Swcaj were ready now to turn to i other area in which there is a wide fhe Iowa 4Q and s a Sundavj divergence of among thejmmin5 approved a urg experts on what at nrst the ion ajjd 4Q and g would appear to be an unqualifiedcome f an asrcemcnt on ly good idea My reference is toantl With the aid of good conference in the Palace of fair officials look for the gate total Nations designed to parade atomj to pass the mark for the ic energy in its role as an ally j CEDAR RAPIDS A plea for settlement of differences between fourth in a row industry and a potential boon Ithe American Legion and its funmaking affiliate the 40 and S had More of everything is the agriculture and medicine will developed Monday as the Iowa convention of the organizations opened look in the livestock and general contulue until Aug 20 Some delegates and visitors arc expected for the 37th annual displays division according to Law Russia is the first nation to claim son A 52 by 110foot tent has power production sot un to acrominoristP the experts noted this Hutment number of has lacked the stimulus of Sept 8 1950 he enlisted in the number oibabv beeves entered Army in Mason City He was Local Racers i available at a relatively low cost Discharged Sept 8 1952 at Camp Lawson announced Monday Unitcd states is construcUng a Chaffee having served 22 Vi nKrt TTJ 1 tiffin Iil it pastorate after Humesion at this rural parish from 1926 Then he turned to a diagnosis of what constitutes a happy marriage to 1929 Later he was president land conversely what leads to of Yankton College in South Da kota Jacflb then was employed Five Perish in Accidents on Weekend North lowans who will emerge plant near Shippingmonths with the Army in Korea Supply Squadron Ozark Service Starts Tuesday The first commercial flight by Ozark Airlines from Mason Citv toson asserted marital failure The theme of his dissertation was the Biblical ad monition Man does not live by bread Commonest shoals upon which marriages break were cited as l money matters 2 differences in religion or lack of religion 3 loy alties taken too lightly and 4 un wanted and unwelcome children It isnt Dr McCori ior man and wife A HP mnand vhich have been Four men and a small bov were ial Dav OTOram And uell be controversy beUveen ihcm lraffic accident in Iowa Daj program the the safety belt ln fOI1 sidering it in connection with airj The tjijputc planes as well as with atitotnpjbrewing for years the exciting sport of ostrich racing jt pa during the two days the Gene Holt Technical Details er wild animal show appears at the spokesman said Upon his return to Mason will leave the Mason City merely to take each other for ItUtions with the two power w employed by the 4irport at morning at a specjwould cover technical details ofCold Co On Jan 22 argument he open last month whcn committee biles Theres an ing for us in both places i national On the plus side for safety belts 40 in motoring 1 have the testimonyitkm denouncing whal it caied friend who thinks that exceptigion attcmpU to control its groupi hich bee vhich had the weekend Gordo Count John S15 Squadron Scod 3yearold son oflhfll Rockwell Dougherty Mavorig0vernment financial aid is TATial Other Photos on Page 3 killed late Saturday r driven his Eddy On Ule card at 2 PmWednesday man said Detroit Edison flight willibetter or worse In marriage they ibe Mayor GeorSe Mendon Johnjare entering a contract to build president of the Masona home which will be an honor to City Chamber of Commerce swiped a car parked near Dujare Leroy Ziesmer manager of the propose to build and Associates and operate Juanita H Riddle Oct 31 1953 i iiiibbion FaUs Tex Surviving areand Dr aMs wife Juanita Lindsey m tu a stepson Melvm callsTopeka his mother Mrs Guy two members of the airport corn Chairman Carl Holvik Twice he brought the Eisenhower name into his sermon Once he re called the Presidents observation that human beings at their best are are not need an on collision jured with a few broken But hes persuaded that instant Thp Iowa 40 and g Richard Deason 25 Cedar Rap in Cycle Races Edisons service area lf death would have been his jt ha any disagreementjdswas dcad on arrival at a Cej The Thursday afternoon race willipects to construct by 1960 a ALindsey Mason City auring tne onet stop nere except for the belt sojeiy at the nntional fevel hospital after his caribe publicized like no other singleing water reactor plant of Mrs Howard Might Have Saved Governor jthat harmony continues betweenwcnt out control on a curve andjevent Three North Iowa newspaiOOOkilowan capacity It will beHarder anci Sharon Lindsey Along the same line many of state and local groups of the tworolle over several times near Hijpermen race the big birds I at the junction ofthe KankakeeMa5on City He was preceded in No special ceremonies iqQ atiTrebUcock Mason Citv ftrer Panned at Mason Citv Members added strength from on riages he recalled this recollection by an Eisenhower brother of the familys early da life We were we didnt jfcnow a three brothers ifvin D of Commerce be on The Nuclear Power Group exHardy Iowa Jerry L Lindsey to greet Ozark of POLIO VICTIM mv friends are confident Iowas organizations jawatha 12 miles north of CedariThey are John Anderson Brittand Des Plaines rivers 44 milesdeath by a sister his grandparents Mass wife Governor William The discussion of the controversy i Rapids j NewsTribune Dwight Purcell southwest of Chicago andaniece would not have been killed in aicame in closed session which was Joseph Meitl 69 Dubuquc wasjHampton Chronicle and Gordon Von Neumann acting AEC chief v crash last year if he hadi addressed by J Earl Simpson i killed Monday morning when Aasgaard Lake Mills Graphic been equipped with a safety national commander struck by an auto while riding a int in o 40 and 8 Among those elected motorcycle officers miie east along Highway 20 a while Chairman Lewis L Strauss Friends may u Spiritual Element of Congressman Laurence E Cur In pointing up the importance tis Monday was among the the spiritual element in mar the is attending the Geneva the time of services Motorcycle races are on Tuesday afternoon grandstand cardjence said that as submitted polio as the number ithe city rose to 324 Epworth The carjat 2 At S the Ice Variejother proposals were not Several of these acquaintances bej gan wearing safety belts by reaj son southern vvho drivLake alternate national commit River tavern operator was killediat the Kanawha band atiYankee Atomic Electric com Sunday night in an accident two on Tuesday jposed of 12 New England power j miles west of Clio on Highway The gates officially swing open companies Owens car plunged down a 100jat 10 Tuesday on the 1955 ver jfoot ravine after leaving the highsion of the North Iowa Fair way ing Then too the House of dele gates of the American Medical As sociation meeting in San Fran cisco a few months ago passed a resolution urging wider use of safety belts and urging auto mak ers to emphasize safety to a great itecman Deere Plant Workers Head Back to Jobs DES MOINES than CIO United Auto Workers would seem to represent a solid front for safety belts among our are de and appearances ceiving in this case In an issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association started to return to The union members onstrikc Aug 1 when her Lake Mills Youth SliDS Out of Tube WUl UI I UUC Of LQK6 CLEAR LAKE Gary Knutson 14 son of James Knutson Lake Mills Sundav afternoon was res increase in base vav i i February of this year two Ruaranrccd annual wage icuod in seven feet of water 00 feet in companion articles went otnCr benefits and round Dr Horace E Camp POPES SISTER DIES ROME PaceUi 83 yearold sister of Pope Pius XII died of pneumonia at her home here Sunday night She had been paralyzed for more than 20 evangelist for the Methodist Conference Dr Mahood Famed Evangelist Dies FORT DODGE UP Dr J Mahood 90 a former general bell of Denver took the affirmative Dr John H Schacfer of Los An geles took the negative in the printed arguments According to the Los Angeles physician the auto seat belts as presently designed will save no He contended for a device that would distribute force even ly over a large area of the body CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 SAME 1 off shore at Clear Lake State Harold Cole State Park conser vation officer from the beach saw the boy slip out of an inner tube in which he had been floating He called to Charles Cutsforth Waterloo and Leon Ehlers 18 i Raymond who were swimming j nearby They reached KnutsQjraft er lie had gone down twice and held his head above water until a boat driven by Lowell Grice Geneva came to their assistance Artificial respiration was not necessary i COOL The Weather Mason City Pleasant Iowa Fair and cool Minnesota Fair cooler Northwest died Mon weather data up day at a Methodist home for the aged He came to Iowa from Canada 65 years ago and first preached at the Methodist Church at Wall Lake A short time later he was phow by Tom SMhui transferred to Sioux City and then TROTH you Charles take Merle to was named general evangelist for your jawful wedded This was the question put of to 8 Mon day Maximum 81 Minimum 59 At 8 68 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum land for the church before retiring in 1929 NEW STAMP WASHINGTON Post I Office Department has announced 78 Ithat a new 30ccnt Robert E Lcc stamp will go on sale Sept 21 Brown Church Sunday forenoon The Charles and Merle in question were Mr and Mrs Charles L Pierce of Nashua They were chosen for this honor because they had been married lonjrer than any of the other 350 Little Brown Church alumni couples present in the sanctuary and the spacious yard All participated in the answers to the questions put by the marry parson and resealed their front of ThTchurch wedding contract with fcjuss former lowan declared jthat outright atheism is no worse than the disbelief in God which manifests itself in a purposeless life Jack W7 Markey of Minneapolis establish a proper atmos phere for the rededication service by singing At as he had some three years ago at his own marriage His bride was at his side again A blind violinist Archibald Sow den played two violin solos with Margaret Dravis of Waterloo at the organ Mr Sowden and a blind James Tanner were heard in an afternoon recital too The Scriptural reading was by Mrs William Kent and as a bene diction on the senice the entire congregation indoors and outside joined in singing the Little Brown Church led by Earl Hall of Mason City Mr and Mrs Hall were of jthe class of Period of Questioning In a period of questioning by the present pastor Glenn Utter back it was revealed that the couple present most recently wed in the Little Brown Church were Mr and Mrs Benny Caesar of Clear Lake Mr and Mrs Ted Reece of Columbus Ohio came furthest for the celebration After the worship service the couples gathered for pictures in on a of ithe year of their marriage   

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