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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 25, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North I o w a n s VOL 100 Associated Press United Press International Full MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY DECEMBER 25 1961 neighbors i 7c a Copy Paper Consists Of Four SectionsSection One No 64 One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLU UiHJOl pm Sun KWIO Decorah U240 pm Sun WOI Ames 610 tm iues WTAD Qulncj 930 pm Xhurs WSUI Iowa Citj 910 im Sit One vacuum in the life of a Russian r Divided world notes holiday despite unrest YOU ARE PLANNING TO direct some sympathy in the direction of rankandfile Rus of those Commu nist boodlers in the right now during the Christian worlds holiday season would be the most appropriate time for it The truth of the matter is that Ivan and Katrina are living a pathetically bleak drab and cheerless existence About the only thing for which they can cheer is that pair of Russian astronauts who say assumedly because nobody knows for into orbi eariler this year So it has been several time in the past The Russians wer supposed to hiphurray for a elegant subway system first i Moscow then in Leningrac Four years ago it was the spu nik In both the sub way then the not important enough to enjo the privileges and perquisite that attach to Communist Par membership knew they were o the short end of the stick What these ordinary Russia ad cent plate to live and a decen diet less black bread and anemic watereddown What they got was a sparkling subway You cant eat subways When the sputnik went into or bit the great and immediate need of the common people was decent homes InAmerica or By THE ASSOCIATED TKESS Christmas came once again to a divided World Monday as the faithful worshiped the Prince of Peace under the shadow of war Berlin churches were jammed on both sides of the Commu hist wall dividing the city More than a thousand Arab Christians crossed from Israel to Jordan to celebrate with loved ones in another part of the world split by conflict w For the West Berlin was the symbol of the worlds division FORMER SLAVE Susie As Communist searchlights pierced the frosty air hunting for any Smith queens it on her 108th trylng to escape to the West 50000 electric candles sparkled on birthday in Chicago She was 80o Christmas trees put up along the Western side of the wall to FOR ME YOU SHOULDNT HAVE WHATS THE NEXT STEP kflL LlUJttJ IUUU VJ irc orn a slave on a North Caro sn0w East Berliners they ma plantation She doesnt vear glasses and hasnt a ingle false tooth Cheer Fund total hits forgotten As troops and police patrolled on both sides of the wall East and West Berliners made pilgrim ages to meet friends and families from the other side at the con 1 crete and barbed wire barrier JThe blare of propaganda loud speakers was stilled on both sides N ews in a utshell WASHINGTON Re ts say that Dr Janet ivell President Ken nedys personal physi cian will resign because duties of the post are too confining REDONDO BEACH Henri Char Churches were filled on both sides of the wall In West Berlin American British and French sol diers worshiped with the Germans they are protecting Francis Cardinal Spellman of ANTAS stockine1New York on his 20th annual n jut Christmas trip to US servicemen overflowed d in the divided German pentier who made a nus the lhat the Cnristinas spirit will take in fixing breakfast or giving ng down Jthe walls Berlin i for a future king and hrmiIhfthP total of China of Viet Nam and Korea gave the world crepes fo Se Christ Americas fair dream of liberty Juzette is dead at 81 mas Cheer Fund all mankind can s W come Ch ntieV one of the to f heed the lesson last of the worlds great Monday The contributions came de Qne of culinary artists died of a from business firms individuals aTmftals for neaceful heart attack in his mod rom usiness irms t s for aceful heart atac i and organizations Children had B the leaders est cafehome an impor ant part in the giving a mecca an important part in the giving in camps for gourmets So also did a number of persons sacrifices in surrounding communities renuhciations Speaking to I to play Santa to Vatican diplomatic corps at Western Europe their homes would be classified as slums Thats true in Moscow the showplace city and its more notably true everywhere else in Russias sprawling domain needy and would very much like to give more but do hope the amount enclosedwill be of help for some needy person wrote a friend from Marble Rock With a generous contribution came this note From the Gil bert children of Garner who are learning there is joy to be had from giving And there was oy in many Mason City homes as the Cheer Fund gifts were turned into food clothing toys and pothei What it all boils down to is this The material and the laboi which under a regime with a concern for human welfare Bruce would have been addressed to Family providing a decent diet and desistant cent living conditions for the people was diverted to ridic ulously ornate subways and sputniks largely put together by German physicists But all that Ive talked about tip to this time would be as true in July or April as in this sea son Ive been discussing con ditions which are present in Russia at all times What Id like to turn to now is something most observable at the time of our principal religious occasions Eastertide and Christmastide No matter what you may havej heard communism is not a sub stitute for has any other substitute been devised or discovered My own visit to Russia came at about the time Nikita Khrush chev was starting his attack on his predecessor and sponsor Josef Stalin In between his downgrading efforts he took time out to reaffirm commu nisms enmity toward any religion His words We remain atheists We wil do all we can to liberate a cer tain portion of the people fromi articles to make this a happy Christmas for deserving in dividuals and families It was a busy time for Dori Bruce executive secretary o Service and her as Mrs F S Jacobson who were in charge of admin istering the fund In the name of all who re ceived help we want to thank everyone who had a part in making this campaign such success midnight Mass the 80year Id pontiff prayed that the sweet clarity of this night of Christmas vould enlighten the worlds rs and that the star of Bethle lem might guide them on the path of peace Thousands of pilgrims streamed nto the Holy Land Many joined n the annual 12mile Christmas Sve trek from Jerusalem to Christs birthplace at Bethlehem n a procession led by the Roman Patriarch Alberto Gori They crossed the no mans land remaining from the ArabIsraeli conflict more than a decade after NOW IM GETTING SOMEPLACE A NICE FLUFFY DOGGIE a formal ceasefire stopped the shooting in 1948 Christmas Day was bleak for American soldiers on guard at the Korean truce line and on the Ber lin border TOKYO Three US Army men and three Japanese completed an 825mile hike in south west Japan in a drive to raise funds for a Japa nese orphanage PALM BEACH Whether President Ken nedy succeeded in shift ing President Arturo Frondizi of Argentina to the gettoughwithCuba camp remained unaii swered after their Christmas Eve confer ence here Frondizi head ed homeward possibly holding the key to the outcome of the Jan 22 Pan American foreign ministers assembly BACK INTO YOUR pholos by Jo Moore Chiistmaslast year but she was all Whorley120b S Federal eyes and hands on this one as she Woman 87 happy IBfil CHRISTMAS CHEER FUND GOAT S3flOO00 PREVIOUSLY REPORTED S333fi91 A retired Thornton friend lflO Warren C Turner iW A friend Marble Rock friend J00 Helen ShcVa 500 Orville n Trylten Lake Mills sw nclbcrl Connie and Judy KSMN Christmas icrectin sponsors John and lane Beck In memory of Julia Soener From two boys From doctor friends Jo Jerry Gretchen and Christie She got her train Another KIwanian M P Clear Lake Helen Turnbull r00 I I Mlnil 25CH 3000 300 3no DALLAS Tex Tears welled in the eyes of 87year old Sallie Lovelace Monday She got something this Christmas she has been waiting 77 years electric train She had her first ride on a train when she was 10 That was 1884 Since then she has wanted her own electric train Ive always loved trains but until now 1 never had one said Mrs Lovelace Her eyes sparkled as the little train whined through a tunnel on a track she had set up The train was a present from her daughter Ethel Har grove Ive known for years she wanted a train Mrs Har grove said I know possessions are the curse of the world said Mrs Lovelace But I think this train is terrific On the inside Society News Pages 9101112 Comics 16 Clear Lake News 17 Sports T20 Mason City News 2829 Editorials 30 North Iowa News 33 News Quiz 33 Transit Schedule 34 Kathy Joan Diane anrt Jackie 400 THE DAYS TOTAL J 1IS50 TOTAL CASH GIVEN S3I711 OVER THE TOP BY CASH 15741 TOTAL MERCHANDISE AND CASH SAME Iowa Satetj Department Flgurei Am not infallible Khrushchevadmits MOSCOW UPI Premier The admission came in answer 1 ntnvifnf hv P A VlnSlUk Mikita Khrushchev has admitted hat he is not infallable and has lemanded he be told personally vhen he is wrong The official party newspaper published the text of a ipcech Khrushchev made on Friday to a conference of Ukrainian farmers in Kiev Ob servers said it contained an unprecedented statement that will be an eyeopener to a whole generation of scientists who would not have dared question party infallibility under the late Josef Stalin to a statement by P A Vlasiuk president of the Ukr a i n i a n Academy of Science blaming Khrushchev and the party for romoting a grasslands rota ional system which Khrushchev considers wasteful and in fficient Comrade Via s i u k implied hat the party and not he was Warmer f trend in Iowa Holiday one of whitest By THE ASSOCIATED TRESS lowans drove to church services and family gatherings Monday through streets and roadsbanked by snow in the states whitest Christmas Warm southerly winds were sweeping over Iowa and sending the mercury to mild levels after another cold night Afternoon temperatures were expected to be in the upper 20s in the northeast and in the 30s in southern sections to take some jof the sting out of the layer oE snow which is the heaviest in history for Christmas celebra tions The Weather Bureau said 23 inches of snow has fallen on DCS Moines and many other Iowa areas so far this month the most since records were kept Most of the snow came Friday night when up to 14 inches of snow was dumped on the state with the heaviest snowfall report ed at Ccnterville Many other sections had 10 or more inches including all of central Iowa and much of the southwest Despite the snow motorists were able to gather with loved ones and go to church Monday because of steady work by road and street crews Main and side streets in snow bound cities were generally cleared by Sunday night and the State Highway Commission re jported early Monday that all high ways were open to two way traffic The commission said that roads were normal north of a line from Council Bluffs to Carroll Fort Dodge Waterloo and Dubuque Highways south of that line were generally snowcovered but were normal in some areas ex cept for icy patches Highways in the extreme south west south of Red Oak were still azarclous however the State lighway Patrol said Icy highways were blamed for he states only traffic fatality since the long Christmas holiday started at 6 pm Friday The loliday ends at midnight The victim was Jack E Sweezy of Independence whose car skid ded into the path of a semi trailer truck on Highway 18 south of Cedar Rapids Sunday after noon The truck was driven by Robert Pate of Quincy 111 who escaped injury In addition to Sweezys death nine other deaths were blamed on the snowstorm The1 toll in c ng pus mistaken Pravcla quoted nignt and Edward J n SaVlIllI 1M ri eluded eight persons who died battling snow drifts and the vic tim of a Friday traffic accident The latest victims were Ted Batchclder 36 of Evansdale who suffered a fatal heart attack af helping push a stalled car thecharm of the religious opium rilnl C1uh MERCHANDISE GIFTS Cub Seoul Pack No 3 Washington School Washington Girl Scouts Garfteld School Brownie and Girl Scouts Gildners Clothing Store Cindy anH Chip Cub Scout Pack No 11 sjno 16 VJitiO noo Grandmothers Club 10000 oys Girls Fellowship Class Grace Evangelical United Brthren 23W United Brethren 2VOO A Friend 3000 John Adxms Uh Grade T Teens 130ft 1200 that still exists Often before I went into Rus sia I had heard it said that after four decades of vigorous opposi tion to religion by the Kremlin fervent believers in Christian of Moslcmism other pretty well confined to the aged That just isnt true in my opinion 1 began checking on this the day I arrived in Kiev I con tinued to check in Moscow and in Leningrad Its my studied judgment that the religious in stinct which resides in human beings everywhere has not been eradicated by 40 years of vigorous opposition from the Kremlin Under Khrushchev as under his predecessors spasmodically the governmentpolicy has been to go easy on our poor be nighted people who1 still think theres A God All of a sud den under thePavlovian theorj llllo I0 sudden unexplained violent ievcr had Santa in the back of the wagon remarked Patrolman Turn to 2 Ijjddie K Duckworth Sirs Eva Stewart TOTA1 50167 Santa uses a paddy wagon as sleigh INDIANAPOLIS AP Santa Glaus used a paddy wagon here instead of his sleigh and reindeer Santa a policeman in Santas garb and two uniformed police men made the rounds in the pad dy wagon loaded with presents This is the first time weve Khrushchev as saying Khrushchev continued He Vlasuik said thai in njs propagandizing the grasslands B cvue rotational system he fulfilled the partys assignment Why are you trying to blame the party for your own mistakes This isnt honest The con trary is true Scientists proposed this system and forced it upon collective and state farms You Comrade Vlasiuk obviously ont understand what the party and badly understand the utics of a party member Now you Comrade Vlasiuk efcr to me and say that I saic his and that Must 1 be the su rcmc authority on scientific igricullurc You are the ores dent of the Ukrainian Agricul viral Academy and 1 am sccre ary of the Central Committee You must help me on such mat ers and not I help you I may be mistaken and you f youre an honest scientist must say Comrade Khrushchev you dont quite understand it propcrtly Suppose I am mis taken Then youll say that Khrushchev said it and you sup ported him What kind of scientist is this comrades This is bootlicking opportunism Opportunism in science is intolerable Bootlick ing is intolerable and is fata jWilming 51 of Bellevuc who isuffered a fatal heart attack be his tractor overturned near Photofax CHRISTMAS OUADS SEE DAD Korean quad this country They have adopted a Korean boy and ruplet Tat the home of their adoptive girl both 3 previously Bussman 50 recovering er Bimman Sunday night from a broken pelvis suffered ni a s parents Mr and Mrs Elmer Bimman Sunday night hnl found Ihpir new dad in a hospital bed The Buss tVswho live n theSL PaSl iliburb of Roseville got a special act of Congress to bring the babies to V from a broken pelvis suffered in a fall Mrs BuSvS man 40 is at left with student nurses lending a hand to show off the new arrivals named Lois Mary Sharon and Ruth to the stated scientist Khrushchev GENERAL DIES SOUTHERN PINES N C Gen Julian F Barnes 72USA ret who was Gen I Mac Arthurs Australia in The Weather FiveDay Iowa Temperatures during next five days Tues day through Saturday will av Aage 5 to 10 degrees below normal turning colder again in middle of the week with a rising trend towards the end of the week Normal lows 6 to 12 in northern Iowa and i to 18 in southern Iowa Normal highs in 20s northern Iowa and generally in 30s else where Precipitation will av erage from 10 to 30 of an inch in north and from 40 to 80 in south occurring mainly as snow at the beginning of period and towards the end of the week Iowa Considerable cloudiness with rising temperatures Mon day night Cloudy Tuesday and turning colder over most of the state with occasional snow likely Lows Monday night in the 20s Wednesdays outlook Snow ending in cast and cold er partly cloudy and cold ir west GlobeGazette weather data u o 8 am Monday Maximum 25 Minimum 5 Sunrise Sunset 443 GlobeGazette data i to 8 am Sunday Maximum Minimum 24 la   

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