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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 24, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edfttd for VOL PrM nd 1 CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The Newspaper That Makes All North low arts ruH mm MASON CITY IPWA THURSDAY DECEMBER 24 1959 JT copy TWt comiite M ronr HOME EDITION OB N0 44 World peace remains goal 1 Graduate I education attacked Caliber of work disheartening to many educators By TERRY FERRER New York Herald Tribune News Service NEW YORK A glanc through the register of some dissertations accepted for t h degree of Doctor of Educatio at Teachers College Columbi University in 195859 revealsjguard posts along thfe nearby By J R TRIPLET Associated Press Staff Writer People on both sides of the ron Curtain looked forward this hristmas Eve to the possi nlity that for the first time since World War II the world may again know real peace President Eisen h o w e r anc Premier Nikita Khrushchev are figures in the hopes of mil lions just as the United States and the Soviet Union have been soy nations in the cold war Shooting persists in Algeria Iran and Iraq have moved troops yuletide border spat Red China no convert t Khrushchevs renunciation o force is in Indias frontier lands PILGRIMS thronging by thej thousands to Bethlehem Jordan held birthplace of Jesus Christ were reminded by the presence of Arab and Israeli military these research gems A history of competitive row ing in colleges and universities of the United States of Ameri Integrating school lunch into the elementary school curricu The cooperative selection of school furniture to serve the kindergarten through third grade program in the Garden City public A STUDY OF Little League baseball and its educational im A history of the School Gar den Association of New York with emphasis upon its contri butions to school activities which originate from school garden Finally and perhaps most sig nificantly there is a doctoral report entitled Factors related to the dropout of Doctoral can didates at Teachers College Co lumbia It should perhaps be empha sized again that these are not high school or college papers but reports supposedly based on individual research which bring the writer an advanced educa tional degree They are not se lected as isolated examples equally amazing titles may be found throughout the list At a period when the educa tional institutions of this coun try are facing an appalling shortage of holders of graduate degrees to teach a doubling col lege population it is disheart ening to see the caliber of work which is being approved by what is supposed to be one of the countrys leading graduate teachertraining institutions THE WHOLE field of gradu ate education whether leading to the or the has recentlv been under consider able border that the 1948 Palestine war was ended by an armed truce never by a peace pact Any universal peace is a mat ter of the distant future But the past year has seen significant steps toward great er international understanding Among these have been the Khrushchev visit to the United States and Eisenhowers agree ment to return the visit the ar rangements for a Big Four sum mit conference Eisenhowers 11 nation tour on behalf of friendship and peace in free dom moderate progress in Geneva nuclear talks the com EastWest mil service to end Eastwest Milwaukee Road passenger train service across North Iowa will be abandoned after the holidays under an In terstate Commerce Commission ruling in Washington Wednes day The final westbound service through Mason City will be con tinued only through Jan 4 and the final eastbound service will be Jan 5 The ICC found that public convenience and necessity do not require continued operation of the Sioux passenger and mail trains over the route be tween Madison and Can Ion S D It upheld the rail roads contention that heavy fi nancial losses were being in curred by the operation of the two Sioux trains Cheer Fund v again far over goal E R R Y Christmas to everyonel Thanks to the gen e r o u s contribu tions to the Cheer it should be a Merry Christ mas for everyone As can be seen from the listed figures below the Fund is far over the goal THE TRAINS HAVE been a major connection to Chicago FOR THE 35TH time in a from Mason City and other row our people have done more North Iowa points on the they were asked for this waukee Road Their service will cause It has been a heart continue between Madison and Chicago Towans including a large roup at Mason City contended lat no adequate substitute ervice could be made available the train service were drop ied The objectors said that ailroad passenger revenue on ic route could be increased by mproved scheduling and serv ce a Christmas around the ing 10nation parley on dis armament EISENHOWER touched on his peace mission in message carried world Wednesday night I talked with kings and presidents prime ministers and humble men and womenin cot tages and mud he said Their common denominator was their faith that America will lead the way toward a just peace But wont tolerate violence1 May rerribve plant guard THE RAILROAD witnesses tated that their method of cal culating losses was standard The railroad claimed losses o in 1957 nearly organizations A wide compassion less fortunate has itself into generous warming experience to the gifts flowing in from individuals firms and community for those ransiated Jiving If there ever was a project in which there was mass partici pation this was it Thousands had a part In all it was a magnificent expression of the irue Christmas spirit Among the gifts on tha final day was a contribution from A paper boy for those less fortunate than FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES ST Orville Freetled jobs when the dispute is set drawthe National Guard james Cooney Free Albert Lea if the president a promise to that ef i Wilson will assure his would eliminate the danelse letter brought about the ji i 4 n n rti rtll t workers they can return to their Bethlehem Thursday was man Thursday said he wiU withj in another telegram to Wilson usual a focal point in religious observances Hotels and boarding houses of that Judean town were turn ing away customers with words equivlent to the agesold No room at the Chartered planes swelled a flow of tour ists that spelled prosperity for the many inhabitants of Holy SAG CITY LI Mrs Elmer company official e a c 1 y thisfstatements that all striking month sent an ultimatum to workers will be rebired to the strikers telling them to return to work at once or lose their extent they have not been legal ly replaced or guilty of illegal jobs He said the work Freeman replied that he Car skids on icy gravel lowan dies Land areas who depend on tour ist trade for their livelihood ArabIsraeli tension had eased somewhat NEW POLICE CHIEF efTTUMWA W Sgt Curtis Henderson 40 has been ap pointed by City Manager Frank Lawler as Ottumwa police chief succeeding Chief Lester Canny who resigned Gonnerman 53 Nemaha was killed Wednesday when her car skidded on an icy gravel road into the path of a North West ern train five miles northwest of here She was returning home from Sac City she apparently Officials said had tried to attack It was just two years ago that four distin guished graduate deans excori ated the degree as myth enveloped and tortuously slow and the M A as a con solation prize for an unobtain able The graduate deans of Colum bia Harvard Duke and Toronto declared that when they exam ined the current program what we see makes us look away with They called the candidate a sort of expert plumber in the card cat alogs and inveighed against the fact that some candidates took 10 to 15 years to win their de grees The four deans recommended that the take no more than three years and that the M A be strengthened and re habilitated in a program of a year and a half Bulletin NORTH POLE Hey kids great news Santas on his way On the inside Society News 8 Clear News 9 Sports 1M2 Comics 1617 Mason City News Editorials 33 Latest Markets North Iowa News GREATGRANDPARENTS BUFFALO N Y UPI Theyre both only 55years old but Mr and Mrs Glenn Altman already are greatgrandparents swerve to avoid the train Mrs Gonnerman is survived by her husband and two daughters er of further The Governor said local au tensions and emotional out was not satisfied with Grannis n 1958 and about in the first seven months of this year1 on the service concerned The railroad had proposed discontinuance of the service ef fective Aug 24 but operation was continued for four months by order of the ICC pendin the hearings The trains serve 49 stations along the 394mile route The Post Office Departmen already has made arrange ments for added star truck routes to replace mail service being dropped by the Milwaukee Road under the new order Freight service over the rail statement because only o a d Jbreak that led him to put the authority to speak for horities would be perfectly able to control the situation The Governor charged that a No GlobeGazettes on Christmas Day In order that members of the GlobeGazette staff may Christmas with their families there will be no edi tions published bearing the Dec 25 datel As conse quence readers will find two pages of comics in this edition to preserve the continuity er martial law FREEMAN SENT the wire to looney as he met with Ralph rlelstein president of the United Packinghouse Workers Union orn County and Albert Lea unthe company LISTENERS TO a group of youthful carolers volunteered contributions The singers were Terry Cheryl and Owell Buss Ervin and Jerry Linde and Bon nie and Jimmy Allen Swelling the days total are the gifts of merchandise that have been given by merchants churches youth groups organi zations and iudiyiduals Our thanks to Doris Bruce and her assistant Mrs F S Jacob son of Family Service for the important role they have had in administering the fund Helstein said he would go to Albert Lea to appeal to the union members to avoid vio lence But he said he could not guarantee the conduct oE men and David Grannis attor Employes working in the ney for Cooney plant at time of or immediately Freeman told Helstein and prior to the seizure of the plant Grannis that he will not toleratejwill be contacted individually further violence when Wilsons Albert Lea plant is reopened to nonunion workers Monday under a federal court order Following the meeting Gran nis repeated earlier company as they are needed and advisee when to report for company statement said IN CHICAGO Federal Medi ator Douglas D Brown wh lad recessed union manage ment negotiations until Jan moved them up to Dec 28 be cause of the ruling About JPWA members have been o strike at seven Wilson plant across the nation since Oct 29 The court had delayed execu tion of its order until midnigl Sunday to permit the state Urn to prepare an appeal The Weather Mason City Mostly cloudy through Friday Lows Thurs day night 1420 Highs Friday 2632 Iowa Jlostly cloudy little tem perature change through Fri day except becoming partly cloudy with slightly warmer temperature west Friday afternoon Lows Thursday night 1420 northeast 2026 southwest Highs Friday 2634 northeast 3440 south west Further with chance of rain or snow Satur day Ainnesota Cloudy snow in ex treme south Highs Friday 25 32 GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 a m Thursday Maximum 27 Minimum 19 and they all came tumbling down FAST ONE ON SANTA The Cameron boys Bobby left and Chucky are about to pull a fast trick on Santa Glaus Theyre aiming to hang up their dads fishing boot in place of a stocking at the GlobeGazelle Photo by Jo Moore fireplace Their dad William Cameron 56 Country Circle seems to take his sons enthusiasm with a bit of shock Bill likes fishing but isnt sure how Santa will go for the boots CHEER riixn GOAL rrevloaAlv raffle Dept Bell Tele phone lusscll Studio encseo Clovcrettes Rock cash given Total SAME Grand total A friend hristmas Arizona friend rom a friend rom another friend Contributed to carolers anker Sports Club paper boy n memory of my brother Marshall frnm Kmily North Iowa Timing Assn Wallace i Holland Rarbers Local No filS Mason City Millwork Co em ployes A friend In memory of a little Rirl Wertncsdar MomlnK Birthday Club Girl Scout troop S7 Roosevelt Junior HiRh Over the top by Cash Jerchandisc MERCHANDISE GIFTS Glldners Clothing Store Washington Cub ScoutTack no x St Anns Church Guild Episcopal Church Trl 1th Grade YTetns Troop Xo IT Garfield Boy Scouts Xo IS Glascr Clear sroui rack Xo fl iKonicvcSt Xth Grade YTeens Junior Womens Club th Grade Y Teens Roosevelt nth Grade Y Teens 7th Day Adveotlsi Church 6rtO 7 Oil The S TOTAL   

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