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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 22, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H t NEWSPAPER ALL NORTH 10WANS HOME EDITION VOL 97 Associated Press and United Press International Full Wires 7c a Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY DECEMBER 22 1958 Irdi Ispar ContUU ot Four tt One Mans i Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE iliiJUi WO I tiiu WTAD Uulncj iHiu wsui u ciij Dim Sunday Iuetdzv Saturday God Reigns in Our Universe ATHEISTS and agnostics among us in this Christmas seasonj are claiming support for theirj contentions in those orbiting sput niks of outer space 1 think theyj are as wrong in this claim as theyj are in their broad denial of a Su prcme Being in our universe In looking back over my shoul der to my university student days and to the 40 years since I am moved to this observation j The greatest minds and the greatest souls it follows I have known have not doubted that we live in a world and a universe ordered by God A dozen years ago my old Uni versity roommate asked me whether I had read a book called Human by a French scientist named Doctor Lecompte du Nouy I had to admit that I had not Probably nothing would have come of the incident if a few days afterwards I hadnt come across a review of that volume by C Paul Butler bookreviewer for thc New York Mirror He re ferred to Human Destiny as perhaps the most significant sin gle literary product of our times When I acquired the book I was further invited into it by this estimate of the work by Robert A Millikan one of Americas Nobel Prize winners in science A book of such fundamental and insight as this cannot WASHINGTON up Iowa ranks be expected to appear more thanas OIJe of four states with 1958 once or twice in a production valued at more jthan one billion dollars TO ALL who have found no The Department of Agriculture in a yearend report placed the Iowa figure at a slight decrease from the 1957 fig ure of volume Its evolution with a heart The state ranks behind Califor f Terry Ryan 5th City Traffic Victim in 58 De Gaulle in Sweep to Victory 5th Republics 1st President By HARVEY HUDSON Partly cloudy with r i s i n K temperatures through Tuesday Low Monday night 20 3Month Jail Sentence for Goldfine BOSTON UPD Industrialist 25 Tuesday jlUruanl Goldfine Monday was sentenced to three months in pris on Federal Judge Charles K Wy Ir indicated he would lowa Inrtly cloudy ami foj of court Monday 32 northeast 52 southwest Iarilv southwest cloudy and warmer mirlhcasl M n n d a y low 20 north to 30 south little Tartly cloudy Tuesilay warmer northeast PA HIS Charles tk Gaulle was overwhelming elected first president of the KiflhJMiimesoU Partly cloudy a little AP lAYNES HAHYHOY Actress Jayne delivery room a few minutes after his Mansfield is embraced by her husband birth Sunday At left is the actress moth Mickey as she and her new er Mrs Vera Peers otr Dallas Texas Mik baby boy Miklos were wheeled from the los weighed 9 pounds ounces Iowa 4th in 1958 Crop Value By ROBERT A HUNT place for Qod and religion in their life philosophy Dr du Nouy the eminent scientist makes com plete and powerful reply in this nia Texas and Illinois California nf lorllaml llnrrii and soul Throughout his book the aupaced the field with an thor reveals himself as a of Texas proMr ami Mrs r Christian It was this fact lhatjduclion was placed at caused me to conclude that itjOOO Illinois j might be appropriate to visit On a national scale the dcpartjcharity Thimbie Lake said crops this year worth as compared A friend o5aKr with in 1957 Mr Hmi Mrs rilhert son Mark StcvEe and Hill THE REPORT is based on sule Winter Here Cold Isnt Uy Till AKKOClATItn VKKSS Monday the official first day of winter but Iowa tempera tures werent paying much atten tion to the calendar Monday mornings low tempera tures ranged from 10 above at JH Dvibuque to 26 at Council Bluffs The spread of Sundays highs was from 16 at Dubmmc to 43 at Coun cil Bluffs The Weather Bureau says tem peratures will average 10 to 15 degrees above normal for the next five days Little if any precipita tion is likely during that thus no white Christmas for Iowa as it looked Monday French Republic Sunday by an electoral college The Premier snowed under a littleknown Com mmisl mmComimmisl left ist in a runaway election that was never in doubt Outgoing President Rene Coly telephoned DC Gaulle at his home in ColombeylesDexEglisc and congratulated him COTY 76 had paved the way for DC Gaulles assumption of strongman powers in France by calling on him to assume the pre miership during the rebellion of Europeans in Algeria last May T I c Interior Ministry which was in charge of counting thc ballots announced De Gaulle he winner within three iftcr thc polls closed warmer Monday nielli lows IS to Partly cloudy ably mild Tuesday north to south have sentenced Goldfine to longer prison term but said longer term might make the tex tile tycoon a victim of political The judfjc said a longer term such as one year in prison would luuhs 25 to 8 Monday Maximum Minimum At 8 YllAlt AGO Maximum Minimum tho President he riftht to early parole Mildred iapcnnan Goldfines chief assistant and secretary re weather data iipceivod n 10day sentence 2 11 17 electors an electoral college rcp tlie French mainland ind overseas territories OF THE FIRST voles BUS SERVICE DES MOINES The strike about it during this season The first third of the book is given over to a general explana tion of evolution starting with inorganic evolution moving on the first appearance of life dUCtion Of 79 varied crops ValUC elation Auxiliary UnilIS n rrnn liar nepartmeiit First Liup Presbyterian Sunday School specified year friend single cell organism and endingare different from cash Scnl Trmns with theemergence of man Onejfiglircs which reiate to salcs and by one du Nouy lists the a calendar ycar irrespective hypotheses m mans approach toiof thc ycar of produclion natural se Iowas 1958 picture was broken 3 HI bound American Buslines re sumcd service between Burling ton and Des Moines Sunday China Revolt Spreading TAIPEI fUll A well informed Chinese newspaper said av that an anti revolt in Tibet has spread to four other provinces in northwest China The China News moling Na sources salt counted Do Gaulle received 80 i SOIIK areas tho rebels evei per unanimously some overseas districts such as Algiers French Somaliland and Abidjan the capital city of the Ivory Coast in Africa Only two opponents rose to of fer a token Georges Marrane 70 mayor of key positions and the Communists into tlin moun Tlie situation was so Teh minis the paper said that Communist defense suburban tvry and Albert Chaleinheis hurried to Tsinghai in Oclo I her to direct Hie war ayainst the Holh were convicted Friday of cf n si up to obey order o deliver business records to In ernal Revenue Service agents irior to a Dec 8 deadline Imprisonment was deferred for jolh until Jan 7 said le purposely delayed imprison ment to allow both Goldfiuc and to spend the Christmas holidaysat home ami o allow them lima lo appeal thcii convictions Fine for Buying Iowa Fur C iiha 45 York Township was apprehended Saturday by K Daubcrdick nnd Hnrlnnd state of ficers They filet ten charges of buying Iowa furs without an Iowa fur dealers license Koliha pleaded guilty when brought before Justice of thr Dies of Dec 8 Injuries Highest City Toil Since 39 Death Monday of Terry Ryan of near Ventura gave Mason City its worst traffic fatality rec rd since His was the fifth a the city in 1958 Kyan a Mason City Junior Col ogc student died as the result f injuries eivocl Dec 8 lis car skidded nlo a Hock and switch en nine on 4lh S V and he suf ercd skull ra cl lire His CR was ainpu ated in emer gency sur jury m m c d ialely lifter the acci RYAN dent The car was smashed after it bit thc side of thc engine slammed into poles and was dragged about 50 feet from the crossing where it came lo rest against a utility pole Had the car Rone any farther it would toppled into the cut for the new Highway 18 underpass Ryan was the son of the Ed ward Ityans They live near Ven tura but have n Klcmmc mailing address He also is survived by a brother Larry n junior college student and a younger brother at home Services are incomplete The Peace M Z Daily He was fined Johnston Funeral Home Bel of arrangc let distinguished dean of College of Sciences at the Sabotage of the Communist UnfLoimmine system has spread and costs j moml is in charge The officers confiscated urs including 15 minks 78 musk other four fatalities versity of Paris who was backed by the nonCommunist left lection and sudden mutations EACH TIME he returns to his central contention that nothing in down in this fashion by the de partment Field forage crops Mrs H E Chcllhtrjf 2 Ill l New Soviet Spending Program Is Announced meanwhile to Hunan the home province of Chairman Mao Tse tung the Central News Agency reported from Hong Kong Mon day MOSCOW Soviet gov crnment Monday announced a Kamuc C Wrlchl in Memory nf i L Wright vast new program of spending on their formula of chance is accept000 compared with m 19a7 fruits and nuts in 1958 against in 1957 ma able as an explanation of how life came to our planet or how man Norlhwood OWrc and commercial vegetables in 1958 against in 1957 The states situation for individ acquired an intellect and a conjor sccci this year science But il would be neither coParcri in 1957 fair nor accurate to leave thc im pression that Doctor riu Nouy is essentially negative in his ap proach to evolution ual crops looked this way To his own theory of evolution he applies what I assume to nc CORN PRODUCTION worth an word specially coined for the purjestimated in 1958 as pose At any rate Ive failed tocompared with in 1957 find it in my dictionary an avcragc pcr bushel price word is 0f SI this year against in1 Its meaning in simplest definii957 tion is that evolution is a Goddij Qats worth in reeled process and that its faroff against in 1057 The1 goal thats what thc prefix per bushel price in 1958 was 55 tele a state of 59 ccnts in 1957 fcction to be achieved through All wheat in 1958 with thc instrumentality of man a pcr bushel price of This Many another proponent of cvocompared with and hition has shied away from thc jn 1957 acceptance of a Supreme ArchiBarley valued at and S4 tect in their research they ccrn Raccoon Patrol Tronp 8 From Jim anct Joe TIIK DAYS TOTAL scientific research social wc5 and expansion of the Soviet in 1959 on health so siat insurance and maternity benefits for prolific mothers an increase of nearly 20 billion ru bles over This will include more than 94 billion rubles for cd Arseny ucation 44 billions for thc health TO AMUiNT Two Newsboys Help Boost Cheer Fund economy Finance Minister iZvcrcv outlined the program over 88 billion for so a joint session of the insurance and 5li billion for Soviet the parliament nf thc mnthTv iScvicl Union which opened its As compared with HISS the na annual meeting lo approve income will increase by 8 government budget for thc comper cent and will bc MO pcr ccntj ing year greater than in Zvcrcvi The biggest jump came in thc j said j projected government invest The finance minister called for mcnts to expand thc Soviet proj increased labor productivity and ductipn huge inSlower production costs in indus crease of try transport services and agri or nearly 18 billion culture The labor force is to in the amount spent in 1958 crease by workers but and two raccoon skins They were turned over to he state conservation commission North Western to Revamo Rail Cars this year were Audrey E Freese Route 2 Nora Springs whose car failed to m a k c the turn at Taylor Bridge on Highway 18 at the east edge of thc city and thc river Paul T Dolan 1657 6th killed on the same crossing as CHICAGO The Chicago Ryan when his rar hit a train on and North Western Railway saysthe early morning of Aug 2 its Clinton Iowa shops will op eralc at full capacity in 1959 in a program lo rebuild and repair almost freight cars at a cost of nine million dollars Employment will bc increased from the present 10 lo fi50 the Michael C DeMouth 13 who died Nov 21 of injuries received when struck by a truck the previ ous evening He was riding on a bicycle on the shoulder in the 2100 block of 19th when it swerved and he was struck by a truck driven by Fred Davis SAME k lac rnraijn trafrir drMh In line said President C J Lake who announced thc program Suni Fred C Haverty 81 who died day said it will begin the firstNov 20 of injuries received week in January ZVEREV SAID the expansion 0 B E GAZETTE Iuncl WOUH1 tolal newspapcrboys direct among the most investments of the workers obviously are expect led to nroclucc still more ihan in years in thc campaign to the American economy in rubles and dent believers he efficacy of he rubles nf profils from Christmas C h c c r c r n m c n enterprises to Fund This ycar ploughed back ZVEREV SAID the Soviet gov ov eminent expects its budge revei be nnrs to rise to rubi les an increase of per cenf snmPihinco this ycai a8amSl lv h c v have again Investments will bc particu over 1958 and expenditures to so hJv rfSTpm to lend tscH j u shown their h i g h larlv increased he continued in up per cent to o easv or explan rcpard for this means of deliverthe iron and steel chemical oil 10 C3S UnGCrsirtntiiny hllsllPl tnl fmiimrnrl vvUi i i nut a nn as comparc ing happiness to others and indnslries and in engi By contrast with the ation Incv vc irotiea out a 000 and i 03 nor hushrl in n i i vcnient and synthetic P From the boys who sell and dcnccrmp He announced an expenditures for education and Havs value was placed at S104 ivcr thc GlobcGazcUc in Mason of rubles social benefits a slight decrease OM anH i loB Cily Clear Lakeand many of the cxpanwas promised in the defense ap NOT SO with Dr du the surrounding towns have of agricuUurc proprialion This was pui at contributions Totaling S50 show Zvercv said ru as ing they as well as other be with a 105R defense stones to a higher manifestation 90 ccnls Pcr of human life on our planet andas compared with and a fulfillment of Gods Plan ccnls Iast We he observes obliged i e unnwn either to admit the idea of of Cortland Dorcnkamp 58 bmion dollars wmild bc spcnt pcacc policy of the Soviet Union ifrom children Larry poijcy Of preserving pence in George Ricky and Marlcnc and S13 per ton in ThcrVs his and per theory and he openly glorifies reton in ligion and morality as stepping wrth of this newspaper are sold nropriatM for scientific research appropriation o f iyOO on tms Among Mondays gifts He compared Ihis to a previous was a Appropriation of ontribution from G a r n cr in HE 232 or The finance minister said the defense budget reflects t h e transdendant intervention whichj the scientist may as well call Godj as antichance or simply to recj ognizc that we know nothing of these questions outside of a small number of mechanisms This is not an act of but an undis puted scientific statement To those who find it difficult to believe in God because they are CONTINUED ON PAGE 1 Sports Bulletin SOUTH BEND IncL i Kuharich coach of the profes sional Washington Redskins has been named to replace Terry Brennan as head coach of the Notre Dame football team Athletic Director Ed ward Moose Krause announced Manday onlv two giving davs remain Thcithc wllole world The actual for Soviet de iwhen he was struck by a car Nov M a I 51 h and Adams lite wis hurrying across the high way toward his home at 618 Adams when he ran in front of another aulo and was j struck by a car driven by M H I Galloway 505 Taylor Gailo Uvay was not charged Boy 3 Dies of Foil During Fire TAMA Balvin 3year iold boy who jumped or fell from a second floor window during a farm fire died at a Mnrshalltowu Sunday night He suf fered a head concussion Jerry and eight other persons had to 1 flee in their night clothing when fire broke out Sunday morning at ihc home of his uncle William 1 Masker a milewest of Tama t S28S BURGLARY CRESTON Iowa slars broke into a barbershop and grade school here dur Mnp thc weekend and stole about S285 police said Monday The pnmarv department of the First PiPsbvtcrian Church gifts bc listed Dec 24 tributed in pennies nickels nd must be in the GlobeGaulle fcnsc spending is far greater Ihan and dimes by 1 thai day to get or the liat for defense appro Contnbulions continued to come ijsi from clubs and other organic Brinc nr ymir to tmns as well as families and mj CHRISTMAS CHPPR jdivirhials in Mason City and MIT CHRISTMAS CHEER rounding communities j Care II must be remembered that Maion City Iowa prialion but cannot be estimated This is because much of Hie Kremlins military expenditure is concealed under other budget headings AP Photofax COKX1STENCE DEMONSTRATION President Ahmed Sukarno and his wife Hartini dem ons rain a dance on a tour of the remote Mohicras Is lands Ambassadors and their wives from the U Red China Russia Canada Japan and 12 AfroAsian coun tries accompanied Sukarno on a tour of the islands Su karno told newsmen later It that coexistence SHOPPING PAYS LOT I   

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