Mason City Globe Gazette, July 8, 1961

Mason City Globe Gazette

July 08, 1961

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 8, 1961, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper for Hw MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL The newspaper that makes all North lawans neighbo r s Associated Presi and United Press International Full Lease MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JULY 8 1961 C7c a Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection Ono No 234 Focusing Christian education Too much socializing By LOUIS CASSELS United Press international John and Ellen Jones are ac tivechurch members They get up early every Sunday to bring their three children to the family worship service at the SuburbanHeights Presby terian Church John was raised a Baptist anc Ellen grew up in the Episcopa church But they joined the Pres byterian church when they movec into their new neighborhood be cause it is close to their home and most of their childrens play mates go to Sunday School there They have become in their pas tors favorite phrase deeply in volved in the life of their congre gation John is an usher and was chairman of the Every Member Canvass last fall Ellen teaches a Sunday School class and never says no when shes asked to help with a church supper or a bake sale RECENTLY ONE of the Jones children was seriously injured in an accident The pastor joined John and Ellen in their anxious vigil at the hospital It was the first time he had had occasion to talk with them on a deeper level than polite conversation about life and death and the meaning of the Christian faith He was startled to discover that John did not beheve in life after death and that Ellen was strongly attached to the idea of reincar nation Neither of them had more than a vague conception of the Christian teaching about resur rection and eternal life The Joneses are not an actual couple They are a composite of 1000 typical American Protestant families whose religious attitudes were studied in a fouryear na tionwide survey initiated by the United Presbyterian Church in the U S A The people covered by this sur vey were mostly young or middle aged They were not casual mem bers on the fringe of parish life They were unusually faithful in church attendance and willing workers in all kinds of congrega tional activities IN SUCH A group if anywhere one would expect to find thorough knowledge and profound personal commitment to the essential doc trines of the Christian faith But the researchers encountered ture and articulate faith in rela Photofax COMPETING CUBAN BEAUTY Marta Garcia Vieta curvaceous 25yearold secretary was chosen as Miss Free Cuba and will compete for the Miss Universe title at Miami Beach Miss Vieta said it was her first entry into any contest and she wasnt sure of her measurements Im so for Cuba than for myself she gasped Nineteen girls from Miamis Cuban refugee colony competed Spade misses wife tively few of the persons inter viewed The vast majority were vague and confused about the church and its beliefs Misunderstandings about the distinctiveness of Christ i a n i t y were rife the authors report For many if not most the Chris tian faith was either coincidental with moralism or else about the same as communion with nature Many equated Christianity withi Cold Gray Bars HOLLYWOOD UPI A recording of thespng Cold Gray Bars written by Donnell Spade Cooley while in jail awaiting trial for his wifes murder will be issued next week The song was recorded Saturday here by singer Ned Miller Cooley in the song included the lyric Cold gray bars for windows cold gray walls for view makes no difference darling all I see is you your sweet face will haunt me all the days of my life cant you know I love you my dear darling wife The song is copyright by the Chadwick Music Co Cooley is charged with beating his wife Ella Mae to death on April 3 at their Willow Springs home He goes on trial Monday After finishing the song Cooley submitted it to publisher Charles Adams with the request that it be submitted to Ken Nelson executive producer who supervises the bulk of Capitols countryandwestern recordings Cooeyhas written more than 100 songs including Shame Shame on You Suspect in kidnap slaying case dies he last war MOAB Utah former Marine shot and fatally woundedJK h r ushchev himself Friday night when FBI agents sought to question him s a i d After about the murder of a Connecticut woman and the kidnaping of the conclusion Russians to increase military expenditures Talks in Germany favored Khrushchev in report MOSCOW Iff Premier K h r u s hchev announced Saturday that the Soviet Union has sus p e n d e d planned reductions in its armed forces in view of the world situation At the same time Khrushchev called for a summit meeting to sign a German peace treaty War budgets of North At lantic nations are growing Khrushchev said and the Soviet government accordingly has decided to increase defense al locations for this year by 3 144000000 rubles Planned troop reductions have been cancelled THE RUSSIANS value the ruble at This will raise the Soviet Un ions announced military spend ing in 1961 to 12399000000 rubles Khrushchev asserted that these were forced measures We are taking them due to the emerging circumstances be cause we cannot neglect the interests of the Soviet peoples security he said The premier appealed in a speech to the leaders of the United States Britain and France to display wisdom Iowa Terminal Railroad Co it NEW OWNERS OF RAILROAD A group of Mich igan investors who have purchased the Mason City and Clear Lake Railroad are shown some of its physi cal properties by Charles E Strickland far who will remain as president and general manager and retain a substantial financial interest With him are left to Albert E Polacek train master Herbert J Wilson Detroit Herbert Otto Saginaw and Harold C Boyer Detroit Industrial expansion planned Michigan investors obtain Mason CityClear Lake RR A groupof Michigan investors has purchased the physical prop erties of the Mason City and Clear Lake Railroad in the name of the and join in concluding a treaty with Germany peace i was announced Saturday The purchasers and the posi proved by the Interstate Com merce Commission The purchase of the railroad is seen as an important milestone in a system that for more than 60 years has been a vital trans portation link and integral part He spoke at a Kremlin recepitions they hold in the new cor1of the industrial development Of ion for graduates of Soviet milijporation are Herbert J community arV aradfUYI IPS nlnn Unfrjrl Mri in City Development Association which is adjacent to the railroad The Michigan investors have had experience in developing properties of this type Wilson is a partner in a large Detroit real estate firm and active in the ciety of Industrial Realtors pressed with the growth char acteristics of the area We have been eyeing this sit uation for some time said Boyer We believe this is a fertile field for industrial expansion In the first place Mason City Lstrategicallysituated in rela ary academies IN OUR TIME no other step peaceable than can be more he conclusion f a peace r e a t y and h e elimina lon of the e s t i ges of her daughter He was Abel E Aragon 35 an unemployed coal miner and father of five children from Price Utah where he had lived most of his life said he was well liked and re spected by residents there He died in a Moab hospital without shedding any light on the whereabouts of the girl Dennis Sullivan 15 Rockville Conn WARMER of the treaty he said the Soviet Union will lay down MR K all commitments which it had hitherto discharged on the com munication lanes with West Berlin j Khrushchev said he a greed j with President Kennedys state ment that any change in West Berlins status should not Detroit vice president Harold C Boyer Detroit director and Herbert A Otto Saginaw Mich director Charles E Strickland who re tains a substantial interest will continue as president and gen No change in personnel or the basic operating policy of the com pany are contemplated The purchasers stated it was their intention to develop the prop erty by establishing and expand ing industrial parks at Clear Lake Boyer is an investor in the De troit area and is primarily inter ested in industrial development Otto is a prominent corporation attorney in Saginaw ON THEIR VISIT to Mason City the new owners of the 11 eral manager of the new corporaland Emery and to assist in getj mile stretch of electric railroad tion I ting industries for the recently between Mason City and Clear The transaction has been property of the stated they were much irn BOYCOTT ENDS SAVANNAH Ga UPI A citizens negotiating committee Saturday announced downtown merchants agreed to allow Ne groes to eat at white lunch counters and Negroes immedi ately called off a 15month boy cott Get lost happy Hoffa tells critics The American way of life Sheclf 0 JM North Iowa Mostly fair throughjeopardize the Berliners rights there was a prevalent view Said she must be it is important to have faith but that it doesnt matter much in what or in whom The authors summed up the lesson of the survey in one sent ence It graphically showed how much additional Christian educa tion is needed by even the active adults of our parish churches to day THERE WAS almost unanimous agreement that churches are mak ing too many demands on the time of their lay members for a frantic round of activities that have little or nothing to do with religion And there was much support for the idea that churches should cut out most of this busy work in favor of vastly improved programs of adult religious edu cation Though there was much argu ment over what should be the nature of churches adult education in the authors report two preferences achieved some recognizable consensus Parents were interested in neighborhood groups that could meet in homes And they felt a need for a shortterm content course that would cover such is sues as theology social questions parent education and Bible study In pondering these suggestions pastors may reflect that Jesus devoted more of his time to teach ing adults than to anything else There is no record that he ever conducted building fund drive or ft bake sale Denises mother Jeanette Sullivan 41 was shot to death last Tuesday night on a lonely desert road about 20 miles northwest of this community in southeastern Utah Mrs Sullivans friend Charles Boothroyd 55 Hartford Conn was shot twice in the face but is recovering Aragon was spotted Friday night driving about 10 miles north of where the killingkid nap took place He was one of several sus pects and was sought only be cause the letters on his license plate CJ were seen on the car of the killer We were checking all CJ plates in Utah said FBI spokesman Herber Clegg Aragon had not been home for four days authorities said Sheriff Albert Passic said Aragon had absolutely no police record and was a Navy Cross winner on Guam during World War II On the inside Sunday Locally cooler Satur day night Warmer Sunday Low Saturday night near 50 high Sunday in mid80s Iowa Generally fair through Sunday Warmer Sunday Low Saturday night 50s north east to near 60 southwest High Sunday 80s Outlook mid for to upper Monday to choose their form of govern ment The Soviet leader said he was ready to provide the most far reaching guarantees for West Berlin and said our proposal fully meets this requirement Khrushchev repeated his earl ier assurance that he would guarantee the freedom of Berlin and in no way impair the in of the Partly cloudy with scattered jterests or the prestige thundershowers j Western powers I If he Western powers have Minnesota Continued bcUcr proposals let them Highs Sunday near 90 makc hc said N ews in a nutshell t FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES tion to other industrial areas It is the largest city between Min neapolis and Des Moines We are also impressed with the natural resources and favor able economic factors here that should be attractive to certain types of industries THIS COMMUNITY has al ready established itself as one that has the facilities and the fa vorable community climate for new industries Among the assets possessed by Mason City it was pointed out is excellent transportation The Iowa Terminal Railroad Co be sides the line between Mason City and Clear Lake has belt lines which connect it with all four team railroads in the community MIAMI BEACH Fla UP Freight can be routed from any James R Hoffa Saturday the ong ines over the Iowa vised his critics to get lost HeTerminal Co to any said hes whipped em and 011 jts lines Likewise any might as well admit it ifrejght originating over the Iowa Hoffa 48 a onetime Detroit warehouse hand was elected overwhelmingly Friday to a sec ond fiveyear term as president of the Teamsters the nations largest labor union over only token opposition Seriously Hoffa remarked later I think Bobby Kennedy his brother the President the secretary of labor and the sup posed Senate select committee lought to recognize now that the to be honorary head of a proposed summit peace I time and effort theyve put in 108 Czech miners die PRAGUE Fire broke out in a Czechoslovakia coal mine in the Carpathian Mountains Friday night killing 108 miners Schweitzer heads parley LONDON Dr Albert Schweitzer famed hu manitarian and Nobel Peace prize winner has agreed Clear Lake NtwsPage 3 Church News 45 Mason City News67 Latest Markets 7 Society News 8 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 86 53 65 Trace 83 54 Lightning fatal to 4 Army recruits FT BENNING Ga UBFour young Army recruits undergo ing basic training died violent ly as a bolt of lightning struck tree and richochctcd into a Sports 910 group of soldiers at a remote Editorials 11 iriflc range on the sprawling Ft Comics 12 military reservation Business News 1314 Fifteen other soldiers were in Transit Schedule 14 ijurccl and taken to Martin Army North News U Hospital Friday WAGE TALKS OPENED CHICAGO first meat industry wage talks this yeat have gotten under way between the Amalgamated Butcher Workmen and Meat Cutters Union arid Swift and Co Com pany and union said Saturday that exploratory sessions were held this week Both sides re cessed possibly for several weeks after comparing positions on general terms of a new mas ter agreement to replace that expiring on Sept 1 SAME conference of religious leaders 198 riders now arrested JACKSON Miss Another attempt to crack the segregation barrier here has brought to 198 the number of Freedom Riders arrested in the Deep South city The arrest of eight additional persons occurred the same day Minnesota officials reported five riders from that state had not been mistreated at the Mississippi State Penitentiary at Parchman Unrest in Dominican CIUDAD TRUJTLLp Dominican Republic Fighting broke out as Trujillo supporters struck back at leftists who staged the first antigovernment dem onstration in the Dominican Republic in 31 years Followers of slain dictator Generalissimo Rafael L Trujillo invaded the headquarters of the opposition Dominican Popular Movement wrecked the furniture and set the building afire Another Russian veto UNITED Council attempts to settle the explosive IraqKuwait dispute wound up in stalemate as a Soviet veto killed a British move for the United Nations to guarantee the sheikdoms independence trying to destroy the Teamsters have completely failed It was a waste of time From now on they ought to leave us alone Hoffa said They ought to quit fooling around and let us operate as a trade union and as Americans Gum almost is fatal to youth WASECA Minn UPI A tors to Clear Lake Terminal Co lines can be routed to any of the other connecting lines to points throughout the country We have contacts with ex ecutives of many said one of the Michigan group When we are ready to do so we expect to call their attention to sites available to them here We have a lot of work ahead of us but we hope to be able to show some of these executives it would be to their advantage to locate on our railroad IT WAS IN December 1950 that a group of Mason Cityans headed by Strickland purchased the rail road from the United Light and Railways Co The railroad was built by ona of Mason Citys financial wizards W E Brice with Engineer C T Dike in charge of construction For years it provided transporta tion for thousands of holiday vis large wad of gum almost took the life of a 20yearold Waldorf youth Friday John Bluhm was swimming in scvenfootdeep water in Clear Lake at Waseca when he began to choke on the gum He strug gled swallowed a large quan ity of water and sank Two lifeguards and three Boy Scouts rescued him Hc was re vived by mouthtomouth res Construction of the railroad got under way immediately after the organization of the Mason City and Clear Lake Traction Co Dec 15 1896 and the procurement of the rightofway Land was pur chased for the location of shops at Emery The first passenger cars were operated between Ma son City and Clear Lake on July 4 1898 On May 8 1908 the name of piralion and a fire dcpartmentthe company was changed to the csuscilator The gum was then Mason City and Clear Lake Rail by a doctor and the j way Co under which name it youth was rushed to a Waseca hospital where he is in good con dition operated until the summer of 1910 when a new corporation was or ganized under the name of the ;

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