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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 8, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North lowot Daily Newspaper Edited for rhe MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME IDITION VOL W The newspaper that makes all North I o wans neighbors Aisociated PMII United Preii International Fun MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY DECEMBER 8 1960 c CopyJThii Paper of Four SectionsSection Oat 51 Crash near Charles City fatal to A bold proposal for unity Clergyman creates stir By LOUIS CASSELS United Press International Last Sunday morning t brawny shouldered P r e s b y terian clergyman stood in the pulpit of an drai in San Francisco and tossed a bombshell into the midst of US church life The clergyman was the Rev Dr Eugene Carson Blake stated clerk of the United Pres byterian Church His bombshell was a surpise proposal to merge four of the n a t i o ns largest Protestant b o d i e United Presby terian Church the Protestant Episcopal Church the Method ist Church and the United Church of Christ FOR YEARS Dr Blake noted church leaders have been deploring the tragic di visions of the Christian family They have been saying that de nominational barriers must be broken down that Christian uniiy must be achieved j All right he said in effect lets quit wringing our hands and do something about it We can begin by combining four denominations into one stro 18million member church which will preserve all of the best aspects of our differen heritages Then we can invite other denominations to unite with us Churchmen who have grown accustomed to snailspace prog ress in the unity movement were flabbergasted by the au dacity of Dr Blakes suggestion Had it come from a man of less eminence it probably would have been brushed off as impossibly Utopian But Eugene Carson Blake can not be dismissed as a visionary amateur He is the chief ex ecutive officer of a denomina 2500 2000 1500 250 FUND GOAL Previously reported Council of Social Agencies UGL Club Home Builders Auxiliary West Haven Dorcas Circle Friendly Birthday Club Maria Mitchell Club Cerro Gordo Federation of Labor AFLCIO Kirkham children From a friend DJW Ladies Carriers Mason City Board of Real tors In memory of Herbert E Kennison THE DAYS TOTAL 5300000 33098 1715 jOO 500 SOO 500 1000 1000 600 100 1000 500 2500 TOTAL TO DATE STILL NEEDED 10J65 15563 GIVING DAYS LEFT 14 Cheer Fund aids those 5in need tion that was created by a pain fullynegotiated merger of two Presbyterian bodies As a for mer president of the National Council of Churches he has been intimately associated with efforts to achieve a measure of unity among churches by means short of organic union DR BLAKE knows as well as anyone that there are immense obstacles to the fourway mer ger he has proposed But he also knows that these obstacles can be surmounted if the moti vation is strong enough That was proved in India where the same four denomina IFTS have come to the Christmas Cheer Fund from clubs circles la bor union groups as well as individ uals near and far All express a concern for the needy who will be helped this Christmas because of the gen erosity of friendly contributors From faroff Terre Haute nd came a contribution from Patricia Ormsby MY FATHER Mr Herbert Kennison made an annual donation to your fund in the Whizzer offered a job Busy day for JFK WASHINGTON elect John P Kennedy Thursda offered a post in his administra ion to Byron Leslie Whizzer White Denver attorney Kennedy and White gave thi news to reporters on the door tep of the Kennedy home i Jeorgetown but declined to sa the position is White 43 is a close friend o Kennedy He was better knowr as Whizzer White while an All America football star at th University of Colorado White has been mentioned for oth attorney general and solici or general in the Justice De tartment BEING VAGUE White told ewsmen that no specific posi was discussed But when re porters askec if he h a c enough infor mation aboul the offer to make up his mind White grinned and replied yes He said he would give Kennedy his WHITE tply in a few days White and Kennedy first met England when Kennedys ather Joseph P Kennedy was mbassador to London before Vorld War II White was Ihodes scholar Before the meeting with fhite Kennedy discussed with n Estes Kefauver DTenn ossible choices for attorney meral and assistant attorney eneral in charge of the anti ust division tions have already come gether in a united church Dr Blake believes that America as in India the tim has come when we can n longer afford the luxury of on divisions Denominationalism is indee a costly luxury To maintain their separate administrativ bureaucracies their endlessly duplicated boards agencies and programs churches are spend ing hundreds of millions of dol lars that might be better in vested in their central mission of preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ BUT THE spiritual cost o disunity is even greater than the financial cost As Dr Blake pointed out many people have come to look upon the Chris tian churches as competing so cial groups pulling and hauling propagandizing and pressuring for their own organizational ad vantages This spectacle does not attract people It is a poor way of bearing witness to the prince of peace who said that all men would be able to recog nize his disciples by the fact that they loved one another Denominational leaders have promised to give Dr Blakes proposal serious considera tion Many a bold idea has been considered to death in the past This attempt to achieve a real breakthrough toward Christian unity is unlikely to get anywhere unless it receives prompt vocal and continuing support from the pastors and lay leaders names of my children Tommie Marie David and Katby and hat of my little brother Her bert Jr she wrote Since my father passed away last August I should like o continue his practice in his memory Among the large contributions s that of the Council of Soda Agencies an organization made up of the professional personnel in the organizations doing char acter building and welfare work in the community They know something about what is ac complished by the Cheer Fund THE CHEER FUND is admin istered by Family Service Inc of which Doris Bruce is execu 1 tive secretary She is assisted CRASH SCENE NORTHWEST OF CHARLES CITY Photos by Vernon Boyd Charles City CLOSEUP OF SMASHED HAUT CAR to by Mrs F S Jacobson You can join in this great Christmas event by sending your contribution to the Globe Gazette Send it to CHRISTMAS CHEER GlobeGazette Mason City Iowa INJURIES ARE FATAL FAIRFIELD W lark 85 died in a hospital Wednesday of injuries suffered iast Saturday in a twocar crash IMMEDIATELY after their breakfast conference at Kenne dys Georgetown home the two entered a car for a quick trip to Georgetown University Hospi tal and brief visit with Mrs Kennedy and John F Kennedy Jr The baby was baptized in the hospital chapel in the after noon Kennedy also fitted into his busy day a leisurely talk with Adlai E Stevenson Another caller was Dean Rusk president of the Rocke feller Foundation and a former assistant secretary of state in the Truman administration There were wellfounded reports that Rusk currently is the front runner among prospects to head the State Department under Kennedy SAME Black Flag Means Traffic Death in Past 21 Hours Farm Bureau try ing to run legislature Rep Dietz claims WALCOTT ffi A Republican legislator from Scott County Thursday charged the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation with try ing to run the legislature in the state of Iowa State Rep Riley Dietz 55 RWalcott declared efforts of the farm organization to force its reapportionment plan on the legislature and to dictate the choice of a House speaker could lead to the downfall of the Republican Party in 1963 In a letter mailed to his 77 Republican colleagues in the 1961 Iowa House Dietz said Is it fair for the Farm Bureau to dictate that their plan is only reapportionment plan And not only that but also dic tate who shall be speaker of the House lowan found dead in auto wreckage MARQUETTE W A farmer SUCH DICTATION will only divide Republicans into two standing up in a moving which could lead to tor on Highway 13 near here spotted the wreckage of a car down a steep embankmenti Wednesday afternoon In the vreck he found the body of Har old George Kinley 49 Harper Terry STRIKE ORDERED ALGIERS Rightwinger called for a general strike hroughout Algeria Friday when resident de Gaulle arrives on an inspection trip Up to for seats The joint will be jumping HOLLYWOOD big gest onenight gross in the his tory of show what Frank Sinatra is plan ning to cclebratt John F Kennedys inauguration as president in January Its no secret that the thin singer has been one of Ken nedys biggest boosters Sina tra has been put in charge of a gala to end all galas on the night of Jan 19 in Wash day before the in auguration Who approached him The gang in Washington including Jack he said This is something that hasnt bttn dortt before Usu ally it a bill after the inauguration and thats Sinatra said This year were having a show on the night before inauguration It will be held at the armory and itll be a the aterintheround the stage in the center and seats all around The place holds 10 000 and the seats will sell for apiece Some of the upper seats might be scaled lower boxes will be sold for We expect to raise million for the one night Theres never been anything like it in show business The proceeds will help pay off the Democratic partys debt from the 1960 it campaign Sinatra said he and Peter Lawford Kennedys brotherinlaw had hoped to promote a closedcircuit TV entertainment for fundrais ing dinners in six cities but there wasnt timt for organ izing He listed those who will help erase the Democrats red ink Harry Beiafonte Gem Kelly Louis Prima and Keely Smith Ella Fitzgerald Joey Bishop Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh Nat King Cole Dean Martin Peter Lawford Mil ton Berle Sammy Davis Jr Mahalia J a ck s o n Juliet Browse Red I hope Judy Garland will be able to over from Europe the downfall of the Republican Party in 1963 In releasing the letter to re porters Dietz owner of a 160 acre Osceola County farm said I have nothing whatever against the Farm Bureau The organization has done some wonderful things for the Iowa farmer But it has no business trying to run the leg islature and the state of Iowa DIETZ URGED fellow Re publican House members to COLD North Iowa Mostly fair and colder Thursday night lows 6 below to 4 above Fair not so cold Friday highs 16 to 22 owa Partly cloudy through Friday Colder Thursday night lows zero to 5 above northeast to near 10 above southwest Not so cold north west Friday highs 15 to 20 northeast near 30 southwest Further outlook Considerable cloudiness and a little warm er Friday Minnesota Mostly fair con tinued cold Highs Friday in 20s support A L Mensing RLow den for House speaker be cause of his fairness to all and Rep William Derrington RPersia a man of equal qualities as speaker protern Dietz did not say who he had reference to as the Farm Bureau choice for speaker but it is generally conceded that the organization has given its backing to Rep Henry Nelson RForest City 2 brothers facing racial bias charge DES MOINES official of the Des Moines Human Rights iornmission said Wednesday night the commission will take egal action against two Des Moines bricklayers on charges hey refused to work with a Ne jro Edward E Shclton com mission executive secretary said the agency voted 60 to cer ify a discrimination complaint against two brothers Eldon and Harold Blanchard GlobeGazette weather data p to 8 am Thursday Maximum 30 Minimum 5 At 8 am 5 Precipitation trace of snow YEAR AGO Maximum 40 Minimum 16 On the inside Society News Pages 67 Clear Lake News 12 North Iowa News 13 Mason City News 1617 Latest Markets 17 Sports 1920 Editorials 22 Comics 32 Mobutus order hits UN LEOPOLDVILLE Congo The United Nations announced Thursday Congolese authorities have ordered a blockade of all UN military surface transpor tation in the Congo j Brig Indar jit Rikhye of In dia chief UN military adviser said it was the most serious challenge to face the United Nations since the beginning of its Congo operation IT COULD paralyze our ac tivities Rikhye told a news conference We are not pre pared to accept this position at all It is completely out of the question that the United Nations should submit to this order The first test will come Tues day when a UN military sup ply shipment is scheduled to sail up the Congo River the chief traffic artery in this na tion of few highways and rail roads VICTOR NENDAKA head of the national Security Police ruled that the Congolese surface transport monopoly 0 t r a c o should carry U N military sup plies only with his special per mission Food and medical supplies were excluded from the order The UN Command and Col Joseph Mobutus provisional government have been feuding ever since Mobutus coup last September toppled leftist Pre mier Patrice Lumumba Old painting proves valuable to lowan DAVENPORT paint Truck car ram headon One person in hospital CHARLES CITY A headon collision between a semitrailer truck and a car killed three persons Thurs day morning on Highway 218 three miles northwest of here Killed were Mrs Herbert Wilma Haut 33 driver of the car her daughter Mary Ann 8 and Mrs Verlene Elaine L Kirkendall 38 all of Charles City The women killed outright were on their way toward Ma son City to do some Christmas shopping The girl was dead on arrival at the hospital THE CAR collided on a sweep ing curve with the truck driven by Wilber Klemme 22 Charles City Klemme was taken to a hos pital here but was not believed to be seriously injured Klemme was headed south east toward Charles City The accident happened about oclock The front ends of both ve hicles were heavily damaged The truck overturned SHERIFF R C McCartney was unable to explain the acci dent He planned to question Klemme as soon as physicians permitted McCartney said visibility was good Although several motor ists came upon the scene shortly after the collision there were no witnesses The general utility truck Eflemme was driving belonged o his mother Mrs Elva Klemme The collision almost welded the two vehicles together Mc Cartney added Mrs Haut was the driver of the car The force of the im pact crushed the car against the truck and pinned Mrs Haut in the wreckage Most of the wreckage was found on the cars side of the highway Mrs Haut is survived by her husband and a high schoolage son Larry Mrs Kirkendall is survived by her husband and two children Charles and Kay also of high school age Funeral services are pending ing of an old grist mill Wednes day turned into a very valuable property for Mrs Glen Pence house mother at St Katharines School here The painting be lieved to have been of little value by Mrs Pence was pur chased for by Leonard Lombardo New York museum representative after it was found to be the work of G W Durrie Durries paintings be came Currier Ives engrav ings Military assumes charge in Laos VIENTIANE Laos UP Gov ernment military elements took over Vientiane Thursday in an action aimed at placing this Laotian capital on a war foot ing against the threat of pro Communist or rightwing rebel attack ProCommunist Pathet Lao elements fled the city The government threatened the most rigorous military meas ures against any elements seeking to obstruct its activities or influence its neutralist pol icies shopping days left USE CHRISTMAS SEALS FIGHT TB Now Demos accuse GOP of vote fraud FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES CHICAGO Illinois Demo c r a t s peppered Republican flanks downstate in retaliation against GOP attacks on the al eged Chicago vote fraud Chairman James A Ronan of he Democratic State Central Committee accused the GOP of jallot juggling in traditionally Republican areas outside Cook County Chicago and said here is no danger of Sen John F Kennedy losing Illi ois 27 electoral votes He said Democratic investi ators have found very signifi cant overcasts of votes in sev eral Republican strongholds downstate evidence of tampering with ballots The downstate Republicans call these things irregularities Ronan said But when such things are found in Chicago the Republicans refer to them as vote fraud and vote Discovery recheck results from 536 or 863 contested paper ballot precincts in Cook County did not give Democrats cause or concern The city election board said Vice President ard Nixon has gained only a net 481 votes Projected over he 863 paper ballot precincts in the city plus 43 in county sub urbs an official courtordered recount based on evidence in the discovery rcchcck could not overturn Kennedys margin   

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