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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 29, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper for ttw MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL Tht itfwspaptr that makes all North lowans neighbors Atwclited PNH udVnltod PrtM iBttrnattoDtl Full urn WlNi MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY NOVEMBER 29 1960 Copy ThUPaper Conslitod Two HctloniSwUoB Oat Many children die in trainbus crash All eyes will be on Rome Archbishop Pope meet By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON The Most Rev Geoffrey F Fisher pri mate of the Church of England arrives in Rome for a threeday visit on Thursday during which he will pay a courtesy call on Pope John XXIII Christian unity inevitably wJll be the subject in much of the discourse between the Arch bishop and the Pope despite the fact that on both sides the meet ing is described as no more than a courtesy visit This holy it is being described in the Britishpress evidently has been well pre pared RECENT RELATIONS be tween the Vatican and the Church of England have been increasingly cordial Queen Mother Elizabeth and Princess Margaret have visited the Holy Father and the Princess was received by his predecessor Queen Elizabeth II the tem poral head of the Church of England is planning to call on Pope during a state visit to Italy in May North Iowa Decreasing cloudi ness and colder with dimin ishing winds Tuesday night lows 510 Fair and continued cold Wednesday highs in up per 20s Iowa Clearing and colder with diminishing winds Tuesday night lows 5 northwest to near 10 southeast Sunny and a lit tle warmer Wednesday highs 20s northeast the 30s south west Further ally fair and warmer Thurs day Minnesota Clearing colder minishing winds Highs Wed nesday in 20s t GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation 47 14 16 04 Pope John has demonstrated a keen interest in the return to the Roman Church of the sep arated brethren He has called on ecumenical council designed to promote worldwide church unity for late next year or early 1962 The summons for this first Roman Catholic ecumeni cal council since 1870 drew a warm response from Protestant leaders in Europe The Church of England has been promoting friendly rela tions with other churches for the past 50 years or more The Anglican and Orthodox Churches have had friendly in terchanges in the almost 400 years since the time of Eliza beth I The Archbishop Dr Geoffrey F Fisher will have visited Msgr Benediktos Or thodox Patriarch of Jerusalem and Msgr Athenagoras Ecu menical Patriarch of the Ortho dox Church before going on to Rome POPE JOHN is reported eager to question the Anglican primate about the attitude to ward Rome he will have found 4Hers glad to be in Iowa again By CHUCK WALK GlobeGazette Farm Editor It was a tired but happy bunch of North lowans who got off the train at the Rock Inland pressed 11 t serTe Canadian crossing is scene Death toll reaches 15 LAMONT Alta freigh train ripped into a school bu at a crossing here Tuesday killing 15 or more high schoo students Twentyeight others were in jured hospital authorities re ported The pupils had been picked up in the nearby Chipman dis trict and were on the way to school in subzero weather THE CANADIAN Nationa Railways freight train with two dies el engines and 27 cars hil the bus at a crossing that is un protected by signal lights It is near the railroad station in this town of 632 in the heart of a farming area 45 miles northeast of Albertas capital Edmonton The train struck the bus in the middle and carried wreck age down the right of way ior a quarter mile A tractor had to be used to pull apart the wreckage so the living could be taken to a hos pital Blood for transfusions was rushed from Edmonton Trucks in Mason City early Tuesday They had just completed a ninehour ride which brought to a close the 12th annual KGLO North Iowa Fair special trip to the International Live Stock Ex position in Chicago THE TRIP home was much different from the trip to Chica go last Thursday This time an immediate quit fell over the train asit pulled out of Chica gos LaSalle Street station about 10 pm The reason for this was quite was tuckered out carry away the injured and dead AT FIRST Harry Sharuk chairman of the Lamont School Board expressed belief there were only 32 aboard the bus He aid about half of those were killed Hospital authorities re ported later known deaths there were 15 They expressed in the Middle East Orthodox churches The confrontation between the Pope and Archbishop will be the first so far as the records show since Archbishop Arundel ban ished from England by King Richard II in 1397 saw Pope Boniface IX Despite its historical signifi cance few in either church would regard as imminent a reunion of the two churches A real stumbling block is the Roman insistence that any re union would have to take place inside the Catholic Church The Guardian points out The visit must cause mis givings to many church mem bers in Britain They will find it hard to see any evidence of friendship on the Roman side Unless the Roman Church is ready to be less rigid than in the past nothing can be achieved FOR HIS OWN part Pope John repeatedly has said it is better to stress what unites rather than what divides And the Archbishop after the Sep tember meeting of the World Council wrote in his Diocesan Notes The pace is quickening We must enter into the unity of spirit with Baptists Congrega tionalists Methodists Presby terians and even Roman Cath olics As for Rome Dr Fisher wrote Where there was ig norance and suspicion there is now increasing sympathetic in terest and in some quarters a manifest desire if I may so put it to enter into the spirit of this movement to see what God teach us all through it Horseplay and loud noise which had marked the trip into the Windy City were lacking There was of course still talk and laughter but it was of a dif ferent variety The card games started soon after the train pulled out but this time they broke up earlier and the play didnt seem as spirited THERE STILL was plenty of wandering between cars but this time it wasnt out of curiosity This time it was to exchange addresses and phone numbers with newly acquired friends in different counties The general opinion of the youngsters and their leaders was hat the trip was wonderful but t was oh so good to be going home Not surprising the weather back home was the greatest conversation piece Rumors were started even before the train left Chicago that North Iowa was blanketed by snow ranging from an inch to a foot deep depend ing on what story teller you were listening to On the inside Editorials Page 4 Clear Lake News 6 Society News 91011 Sports 1314 Latest Markets 16 Mason City News 1617 Comics 18 North Iowa News 20 Farm News 21 fear the final toil would be higher Frank Butney driver of the bus survived None of the train crew was injured The train was running from Vermilion Alta to Edmonton Canadian National Railways said it was an extra train Couppee seeking safety post DES HOMES Al Coup pee former Des Moines sports caster has applied for the job of state safety commissioner GovElect Norman Erbe said Tuesday Erbe said Couppees application was oneof several received for the job now held by D M Station Boone Statton a Democrat is serv ing under an interim appoint ment His term expires 30 days after the Legislature convenes next year Couppee a Republican like Erbe ran unsuccessfully for Polk County sheriff in the Nov 8 general election The safety commissioner draws a year Escorts daughtef White minister ignores catcalls NEW ORLEANS Cursing housewives tried to block a white minister from taking his daughter into an integrated elementary school Tuesday but police held them back Take your hands off me snapped the Rev Andrew Foreman as a white woman reached past police guards to shove him He was taking his 5yearold daughter Pamela Lynn to her kindergarten class at William Frantz school Despite the irate woman two more white students showed up at Frantz bring ing the total attendance to Negro girl and four whites Only two white stu dents attended Monday At McDonogh school 19 three little Negro girls had the building all to themselves for the third day White students accompanied by their went into the schools but soon came out with report cards and other papers necessary to transfer to segregated schools A crowd of about 25 women braving the first cold snap since integration began were waiting in front of Frantz for the Rev Foreman a Method ist minister and his daughter Yelling insults and curses they tried to block the mini ster and his daughter White trash the women screamed One of them shoved him Foreman said Ms daughter wasnt frightened by the crowd but Frankly I dont know what they might try A judges decision on the school integration is expected momentarily in JFKs plans WASHINGTON John F KennedyIndi cated after with Chester Bowles Tuesday that the former ambassador and Connecticut governor will be offered a place in his administration Kennedy was not definite as to what post he might have in mindfor the man who was his chief campaign foreign policy adviser Bowleshas been among those mentioned as possiblechoices for secretary of state in the new Cabinet But Kennedy standing in the doorway of MsGeorgetown home with Bowles told questioners their 65minute breakfast did not involve the future II i Bowles now a retiring Coldwinds rock Iowa ROSEMARY SUE RATTAY AND MOTHER ADMIRE TROPHY IS Nora Springs most popular baby Rosemary Sue Rattay daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Gunthe Rattay Nora Springs Tuesda was named winner of the grand prize and trophy in th Communitys Popular Bab Election The contest wa sponsored by Mason City mer chants and the GlobeGazette Rosemary polled 36703457 votes to win the loving cup ai most as tall as herself signify ing the overall grand prizefo Doth District 1 Mason City anc District 2 outside of Mason City The winner is 19 months old with brown hair and blue eyes ihe 28 pounds when she was entered in the contest Sept 21 She is the granddaughter o Dr and Mrs L A Bascom Nora Springs Her father is em ployed by Jacob E Decker anc Sons in Mason City N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES shopping Uft USE CHRISTMAS SEALS FIGHT TB CARACAS Venezuela Strict security meas ures were enforced by troops Tuesday as President Romulo Betancourts moderate Socialist government moved to crush leftist rioting that has raged since Friday The rioting apparently was inspired by ad mirers of Prime Minister Fidel Castro of Cuba PORTLAND have widened their search for a coed feared kidnaped when her boy friend was killed in a lovers lane The girl is Bever ly Allan 19 Port Townsend Wash a pretty sopho more from Washington State University WASHINGTON President Eisenhowersays AmericanWest German negotiations will continue on ways to improve the US balance of payments position But West Germany will not be asked again to pay million annually for maintaining Amer ican troops there UNITED NATIONS N new EastWest clash is promised as the United Nations turned to a question Where is it going to get the money to foot its Congo bill for the current year The Western nations blasted the announcement by the Soviet bloc that it will notpay one cent of its share WINNER OF first prize District 1 was Pamela Sue Diaz daughter of Mr and Mrs Loui P Diaz 645 1st SE She will re ceive a cash prize and huge loving cup for polling 344 642400 votes second highest ir the entire contest Her father is coach at St Jo seph High School in Mason Cit and gave credit to students a the school for many of hi daughters votes His mother Mrs Louis A Diaz 1422 Madi son NW also gathered many h said Pamela Sue has dark brown lair and eyes and is twoyears old She weighed 28 pounds when she was entered in the contes Sept 20 Her maternal grand parents are Mr and Mrs Har old R Fullerton Rockford Winner of first prize in Dis rict 2 was Steven Hebel son of Mr and Mrs Robert Hebel Ma on City Route 2 He police 259939050 votes the largest number outside Mason City ex cept for the grand prize winner STEVEN WILL receive a ash prize and a huge loving up He has blond hair and blue yes and weighed 25 pounds vhen entered on Sept 27 He is 3 months old His father is a armer The grandparents are dr and Mrs Clem Hebel and dr and Mrs F H Berscheid STYLE CRAMPED RALEIGr N C UPI laleigh pc e who ordinarily and out up to 500 traffic tickets day ran out rf summonses londay A shipnent of 60000 sexpected momentarily SAME Winner of second prize in Dis trict 1 was Maria Ellen Ras mussen daughter of Mr and Mrs Martin E Rasmussen 320 York SE She will receive a cash prize and trophy for poll ing 317070075 votes Her father is employed by Shipman Pro pane Service Her grandparents are Mr and Mrs Fred W Eas ley 429 Van Buren SW and Mr and Mrs Clarence Clausen Riceville Winner of fifth prize and a trophy was Robert Lee Go mez son of Mr and Mrs John omez 316 15th NW JEte polled 316511950 votes to run third in District 1 His father is em ployed by Jacob E Decker and Sons The grandparents are Mary Gomez 1431 Jefferson NW and Carmen Anaya Mexi co City DF Sixth prize of and a tro phy went to Linda Sue Davison daughter of Mr and Mrs Jack Davison Nora Springs Route 2 She polled 215912250 votes to third in District 2 Her fa her is a farmer and her grand parents are Mr and Mrs Wil iam S Davison Mason City Route 2 BRUCE LEON Gettman Jr on of Mr and Mrs B L Gett man 7 Willow Drive won sev inth prize cash and a tro ihy He polled 302085500 votes lis father is employed by the Titchard Motor Co The grand a r e n t s are Mr and Mrs eorge Gettman 134 29th SW and Mr and Mrs Noble Cod dington 1145 1st SW Daniel Eugene Mosiman son f Mr and Mrs Eugene Cecil ilosiman Belmond won eighth irize of and a trophy He oiled 214703075 votes for ourth place in District 2 His ather is employed by General His grandparents are Mr nd Mrs Nysco Boelman Bel mond In some cases prize winners ave fewer votes than a winner anking below them This is be ausc of the contest rules di iding the prizes between Dis rict 1 and District 2 It was cold and windy in low again Tuesday but thestate es caped the snowstorm whit howled over many Midwesterj states Lowest temperatures Tuesday varied from 14 degrees at Ma son City to 24 at Davenport The Weather Bureau said the strong northwesterly winds would con tinue and temperatures would rise little Only traces of snow were re ported in Iowa from the storm which swept to the north and west of the state Monday leav ing up to 9 inches of snow in parts of Nebraska and Minne sota Power and communication lines were disrupted Schools were closed in some northern Midwest areas Gale warnings were posted for all the Great Lakes Traffic in some cities hit by snow and sleet was bumpertobumper for miles About a foot of snow covered the ground in Duluth Minn which with nearby Superior Wis reported wind gusts up to 72 mph Huge waves battered the harbor area of the twin ports and the north shore of Lake Superior At least six deaths were attri buted to the storm ber of the House of atives We didnt discuss Kennedy told newsmen but added We will be discussing Kennedy passed up a question as to what place that might be KENNEDY SAID the confer ence concerned the world situ ation generally Mr Bowles las talked to a good many rep resentatives of other govern ments both here and in New York and brought me up to date he said Bowles himself declined to elaborate on what Kennedy had o say KENNEDY ALSO held a dis ussion on the possible appoint ment of Gov Luther Hodges of Carolina as his secretary f commerce The subject was irought up in a conference be ween Kennedy and the man vho will succeed Hodges lect Terry Sanford Hodges was mentioned imme diately after Kennedys election s an almost certain choice for le commerce department job Kennedy and Sanford agreed hat they discussed the possible ppointment of Hodges who was ne of Kennedys chief cam aign workers in the South and articularly in the organization professional and businessmen ehind the Democratic ticket AP Pfcatofu SMILES AFTER CONFERENCE Presidentelect John F Kennedy and Chester Bowles are all smiles as they emerge from a breakfast conference at nedys Washington home Kennedy indicated BowleS will be offered a place in his administration but denied this was discussed during the breajrfaat ing   

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