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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 31, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper IdHwl for DM HOME EDITION The Newspaper That Makes All North lowans Neighbors UaiUd Fall LM Wtw 1 MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY DECEMBER 31 1959 Cw Thi Pper Tour On Bible now in 1000 languages British society dedicated to mission work By CECIL NORTHCUTT New Yxrk Herald Tribune News Service The Bible is now printed in approximately 1000 languages and about onehalf of the known tongues throughout the world At the headquarters of the Foreign Bible Society here 320 different translation projects are at various stages of completion and organization The society began its work in 1804 and its first venture in translation was the Gospel of St John into Mo hawk for the Red Indians in Canada Its distribution is a mixture of sale and gift ac cording to circumstances and it lives on voluntary subscrip tions One of the biggest recent ven tures is the translation of the four Gospels into modern Rus sian published a few months ago It was produced by a group of Russian scholars in Paris who tried to give Rus sian readers a modern version while retaining some of the tra ditions of the older text THE SOCIETY is not allowed to distribute freely in the So viet Union but the new version is known to the authorities of the Orthodox Church and has been welcomed by them One of the difficulties is that the Bible traditionally in Russia is closely linked with the Liturgy and any changes in translation may require a change in the of the Liturgy as well Remote languages s p o k en only by small groups of people are now appearing regularly in the lists of Bible translations One just published is the Acts of the Apostles for the Guerze speaking African people in Guinea who number 100000 The demand comes from the 1000 people among are Christian of whom only 400 can read So far they have managed with mimeographed copies of St Mark and St John and 10 NOW COMRADE FOR WCRC THOSE TAINTED OR UNTAINTED CRANBERRIES YOU TASTED Deni on ss survey ship Guard fo Wi Mercury dips below zero The mercury plunged to 3 de I grees below zero at Carrol Thursday as temperatures dropped across thestate Despite Thursdays icy read ings average temperatures in December were higher than the average readings in November It was the third time this has happened in 81 years and the A YEAR IN REVIEW Some of the highlights of 1959 ranging from the death of Secretary of State Dulles to the TV quiz show scandal are depicted here by Dale GlobeGazette staffer Dave GlobeGazettes annual poll FROM WIRE SERVICES ST PAUL Minn Gov Orville L Freemau announced Thursday the National Guard will be withdrawn from Albert Lea andFreeborn County early next week I am convinced that local law enforcement officials now have the situation firmly in control Freeman said Both parties to the dispute have assured me they will do their best to prevent I am convinced they are sincerein this committment and will act accordingly National guard troops arrived in Albert Lea Dec 11 when Freeman proclaimed the city and county under martial law His action followed outbursts of violence at the struck Wilson Co plant The guard also closed down the plant However since Mon day the Guardsmen have been operating under the direction of local law enforcement agencies T H E PLANT was opened Monday and martial law was lifted under a federal court or der obtained by the company In Albert Lea Atfy Gen Miles Lord met with local and county officials to set up a community police force to take over when the National Guard leaves Lord says top law enforce ment officialsin the county will be deputized to work under the direction of Sheriff Everett Stoyerri They in turn will re cruit other deputies r About 45 new deputies are be ing recruited They will be drill ed on socalled riot duty In Chicago meanwhile a first time since the turn of the century Snow wasfalling in western sectionsof Iowa Thursday and was expected to continue in that half of the state Friday A false A P Phot of ax of the air craft carrier Saratoga known in Navy circles as CVA60 appropriately form the figures 1960 to greet the new year Psalms The Acts of the Apostles is their first printed book IN THE TERRITORY of New in the Pacific the Teop speaking people number only 2800 but an edition ofSt Marks Gospel has been trans lated and printed for them The translation plan is to add books of the Bible to small language areas until the whole Bible is gradually built up In the last 12 months Isaiah has been provided for the Loyia people of Uganda Genesis for the Luchazi of Angola St Mark for the Kom of North India and three additional Gospels Matthew Luke and John for the Biete of Assam The New Testament was completed for the Chin people of Assam and in Gourma for French Equa torial Africa One of the heavy problems of Bible translation is the need 10 keep the Bible up to date in orthography and in language Many of the Bibles in use in some of the great language areas were produced at times the language structure concerned was unformed Gov ernments are now introducing new orthographies IN NIGERIA the New Testa ment has been revised for the Yorubaspeaking people and a similar revision which has taken 10 years will be pub lished soon for some millions of Hausa speaking people in Northern Nigeria In Algeria the Kabyle people have also had a revised New Testament In English the greatest trans lation event since the Author ized or King James version was published in 1611 is now ap proaching completion It is ex pected that the new English translation of the New Testa ment will be published in the spring of 1961 This is an attempt to provide for Englishspeaking peo ples a Bible in the style of language they generally use to day in speech and writing Un der the direction of Prof C H Dodd of Cambridge panels of scholars have been atwork for many years and those who have read samples of the new translation belilve that it will meet with an immense welcome from English readers all over world By KEN BERG GlobeGazette News Editor A high pressure s a 1 e s m a n came calling last September and it turned out to be easily the No 1 story of the year Nikita Hard Sell Khrush chev exponent of the fast talk technique toured his Russian assembly lines carefully packed his wares and came flying in with all the exhuberance of a c o n v entipneer descending on Hotel Hanford Khrushchev looked like a salesman He did his darndest to put his best pudgy foot for ward With a flower in his but tonhole a smile on his round face and his wife by his side to melt even the stiffestsales resistancehe came to America his pitch Khrushchev acted like a sales man got his foot in the door he pinched the cheeks of babies smiled at the ladies ex tended the glad hand all around even patted the ponder ous tummy of Mason City busi nessman Jack Christensen Good old Nikita Butter em up good Khrushchev talked like a salesman Hecomplimented us on our homes but added theyd look much betterin a red decor He gawked at our skyscrapers but said his engineers could do as well if they werent so busy designing space rockets a hint of a dig He examined our cornfields and said if we hadnt had sucha head start our Ezra be up to his ear lobes in it Most of us sat back and gen Mason City Cloudy Thursday night and Friday with occa sional snow likely Friday Warmer Thursday night other wise little temperature change Low Thursday night upper teens High Friday near 30 Iowa Cloudy Thursday night and Friday with occasional light snow extreme northwest Occasional rain south and oc casional rain or snow north central Friday Warmer west and central Thursday night and locally east portion Fri day Low Thursday night 17 to 23 High Friday 30 north west to 40 southeast Outlook for snow and colder How we ranked them Results of the Globegazette news departments annual poll of top stories scored on the basis of 10 points for first place 9 for second and so on POINTS RANKING Out of a possible 150 1 Khrushchevs Visit 144 2 Steel Strike 108 3 Space Race 95 4 Cuban 89 5 Ikes Tourjof Europe Asia 79 6 TV Quiz Scandal 7 Nixons Visit to Russia 40 8 Death of 31V4 9 Labor Rackets Probe 29 10 Berlin Crisis 23 Also receiving votes Cranberry scare 19 Tibetan revolt IS Montana Earthquakes 17 Economic recovery 16 De Gaulle comes to power 15 Hawaii wins statehood 12 Gov Earl Long story S Labor reform legislation and Eddie Fisher and Eliza beth Taylor wedding tied with 4 erally enjoyed it all Once when Nikky took offense to a Califor nians remarkhe threatened to fly home unless we called off the dogs That we did for so much of a side show we didnt want to miss a moment ofit To Khrushchevs chagrin but of no surprise to us his sales campaign fell flatter than the Russian steppes All his charts and graphs on the supposed gul libility of the U S consumer apparently failed to show one important thing We just dont dig his wares KHRUSHCHEVS product of course is communism And Americans generally have as little taste for that as does a cement pliant executive for a barrel of asphalt Minnesota quite 2232 so Snow flurries not cold Highs Friday GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum Minimum YEAR AGO 25 12 SAME DATEWSS98 SAFETY DEPARTMENT FIGURES Black flat raffle hi part M bnn Loveless has paralysis from virus infection DES MOINES UPI Gov Herschel C Loveless said Thurs day he is suffering a partial paralysis of the left sideof his face caused by a virus infection of a neck nerve Loveless who said he began to feel the affects of the paraly sis Tuesday said his doctors told himit would take from two weeks to two months to cure the infection He said he has no controlover the left side of his face but am not uncomfortable He sale he only physical indication he has of the paralysis is that he cannot blink his left eye am has a feeling similar to tha when a dentist injects novacain The paralysis gives him an ap pearance of squinting on the right side of his face On the inside Society news Clear Lake news Sports news Comics Mason City news North Iowa news Editorials Latest Markets Pages 89 15 1920 22 2425 I Man charged in ministers death WATERLOO UP M Jones 25 Waterloo was charged here Thursday with as sault with intent to commit great bodily injury inconnection with the death of the Rev George T Slinson The Rev Mr Slinson 44 died at his home Tuesday after receiving a beating from Jones Sunday night police said The Rev Mr Stinson was pastor of the Payne Memorial African Methodist Church here But it was a busy year on other news fronts too For example We added payola to our vo cabulary and trucker Jimmy Hoffa developeda flat tire on his left rear tandem Some even tried to make an election issue of all things out of birth con trol problems of other nations The rest of us stayed home in front of the tube completely en grossed with that fascinating new TV quiz game appropriate ly entitled Find That Fix Both President Eisenhower and Vice President Nixon took long to Russia to see how things are and Ike to 11 friendly nations in Europe and Asia to see how things should be IN CUBA Fidel Castros beard began to itch probably from the thought of having to makegood on all his revolution spawned promises Russia won the right to play in the Space Bowl game by sending rockets to and then around the perhaps in search for a good spot to locate a new collective cranberry bog But we had our own berry problems around Thanksgiving time On the other hand the fresh attempt to end thestrike appeared close to collapse Both sides issued new charges after the third round of talks to end the 64dayold strike were resumed this week THE UNION SAID tling proposals of the company constitute a formula for de struction of the UPWA r Ralph Helstein union presi dent said the Wilson proposals could not be accepted because they would give management life and death control over jobs and working conditions TALKS ARE scheduled to re sume Monday under auspices of the federal mediation and con ciliation service but Helstein said only a subcommittee would remain for the meeting The company termed the un ion irresponsible for its state ment condemning ment offer the settle DENIES CHARGE PORTLAND Ore UPI Former national republican Era of the 50s jdlrqws to a close By GEORGE W CORNELL Associated Press Staff Writer The 1950s time of technical triumphs draw to a close Thurs day and the world embarks on a new decade on the edge of a strangenew frontier At midnight men and women around the world will greei the dawning Sixties AND AS THE eras shift man kind had begun a different kind of struggle to reach the no longer in spirit alone but 3y physical prowess This was the challenging still unfamiliar horizon of the new decade born of a period of un p r e c edented mechanical ad vances of rockets satellites automation and of computers that outraced the human mind BUT AGEOLD problems of peace and decency still re mained and these too marked the occasional legacies of the past and responsibilities of the futures As the church bells and party goers sound forth in celebra e S Korea SEOUL Korea UPI South Korea Thursday denieda Soviet charge that South Korean warship fired on anunarmed Soviet survey ship off the North Korean coast The South Koireaa navy termed the accusation another piece of the Communist usual false The navy issued ah initial statement sayingthat a North Korean ship probably carried out the attack by mistake and that the Korean Reds were try ing to pin the blame onSouth Korea A NAVY spokesman also re ported thatSouth Korean navy ships had sighted gunfire in the area of the reported attack But later both these statements were ordered deleted from the official navy statement on the charge No explanation was given The navy said its ships do not operate as farnorth as the point of the alleged miles off the North Korean coast and 36 miles north of the S out h Korean boundary The spotis more than 100 miles south of the course being used by two unarmed Soviet transport ships Koreans from Japanto Nortb Korea South Korea had threat ened to use force to prevent the migration but so far is not known to have interfered THE SOVIET charge an nounced Wednesday night by the Soviet news agency Tass said a South Koreanwarship of the Big Hunter type No fired on the hydrographic ves sel Ungo causing heavy dam ages and a number of casual ties Tass said the attacker then made off to South Korean wa ters Janes manual on navies lists No 205 as a former U S Navy sub chaser which was turned over to the South Koreans The 136foot ship carries one 40mm and two 20mm guns The South Korean navy con firmed it has a ship numbered 205 of the Hunter type But a spokesman commented The Communists of couse know all identifications of our navy vessels operating in that area just as we know theirs chairman Harrison E Spangler las contested a claim by the federal government that he and lis wife owe in income taxes Spangler is a former GOP committeeman from Iowa and was national chairman of the party from 1942 to 1944 tion there will be prayers and hopes that the time ahead will bring solutions And signs both for optimism and anxiety were in view In international r e i a t ions moveswere afoot to ease ten sions HES GOTEMI WATSONVILLECalif UPI Alderman Cecil Smith Jr returned home from a Christ mas trip to Nevada this week and found his lawn piled with old pine and fir trees Some one had posted a sign reading Wanted used Christmai trees steel workers decided they had no problems and so much pros perity that it was a good time or them to strike In Tibet the Chinese Reds chased out jodking Dalai Lama on back of a yak And as if all this enough for one year married Liz the the wasnt Eddie BIRTHS WASHINGTON h e United States birth rate in 1958 was 245 per 1000 population Canadas was 275 per 1000 THE NEWS ARRIVES Without reading further can you guess which gaJ is the newMaid of Cotton At first glance youd think Kathleen Crabill Marks Miss is the lucky one AP Photofax since Celia Chamberlin Memphis Tenn left i gives her the onceover But ac tually the winner is Sandra Jennings Riverside Calif who bit of disbelief herself f   

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