Mason City Globe Gazette, March 10, 1962

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 10, 1962, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper VOL 102 The Associated Press and Unlted Press internatlona Full Uase CITY GLOBEGAZETTE i newspaper that makes all North MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MARCH 10 1962 a ns n e i g hbors 10o a Paper Consists HOME EDITIOli Living the faith all I week long More deeds fewer words By LOUIS CASSELS United Press International The church will have little impact on modern society until Christians begin living everyi day the faith they profess on Sunday morning That conclusion emerged from an evangelism workshop heldi in Chicago recently by the United1 Lutheran Church The Lutherans wrestled with a problem that affects all de nominations How to make Christianity a live option for the millions of friendly unbe lievers who now look upon it as a harmless but irrelevant survival from the past Such discussions among church people often end with a ringing appeal for Christian laymen to be more outspoken m talking up their faith among their friends and neighbors But this one got off the beaten track Its consensus was expressed by the Rev J Bruce Weaver of New York The world has heard enough of Christian words what the world now needs is to see some Christian deeds The Rev Mr Weaver did not suggest that Christians should stop preaching the gospel He simply said theyd better start giving a few demonstrations of what theyre talking about Dr Donald R Heiges dean of Chicago Lutheran Seminary said that being active in the institutional affairs of the church j is not the only demonstration required of a layman who wants Kennedy to c o n v i n c e his unbelieving haiieid QTXI tV i No 26 New emphasis on role in Viet Nam JACKIE ARRIVES IN ROME quehne Kennedy walks from plane on arrival in Rome Saturday accompanied by Gen Renato Salaris commissioner Italians give royal greeting to Jackie in f AP pnotofax ijji v J 11C I lady stoppedoff in Rome for a 33hour visit and an audience with Pope John AAIII en route to India and Pakistan friends that there is something to the Christian faith A Christian is called to glorify God in and through his field of said Dr Heiges A X J i rItalians queen arrived Saturday enroute to India and Pakistan and im mediately paid a courtesy call on President Giovanni Gronchi The US First1 Lady who yi lauui bam ur tteiges us rirst Lady wh And he cant do this by submaking a 33hour stopover in stunting piety for competence Rome droye directly from Romes It is not enough that a Christian airport to 400yearold Quirinal engineer for example be sinPalace now the presidential resi cere faithful in church ntdence and once tho hnmo of tendance and a leader of family worship in his home He will not glorify God unless he is also technically proficient All the prayers of himself his family and his congregation f i dence and once the home of Popes and kings Mrs Kennedy was received fay Gronchi and his wife and spent 25 minutes with them Then she was driven to Villa 11 is 11 XJ1 WJ V illct cannot be counted on to save the Taverna residence of G Freder suspension bridge he designed jick Reinhardt US ambassador from collapsing into the river ifito Rome She will spend the night he has not provided adequately i there be received in audience by f01 h 1185 an John Traveling with the US Firsi Lady were her sister Princes Lee Radziweil aidesSecret1 Serv ice men and a delegation of re porters Mrs Kennedy was loudly ap plauded by a crowd of about 1000 who watched her leave the plane She flashed a radiant smile and waved to the crowd watching from a roof observation area as she appeared at the forward door of the plane She wore a Her shoes leopard skin coat purse gloves and for the stress and strains 100mileperhour wind Theologian Frederick R Wentz of the Lutheran Seminary at Gettysburg Pa suggested that Christians should look upon their Sunday morning assembly as a rehearsal On Sunday we worship God in practice session among our selves he said in order that we may more skillfully worship him the rest of the week dis persed among other people He said the kind of demon strations that will cause un believers to take notice of Christianity will take place quite naturally when Christians rediscover the New Testament concept of the church and its mission in the world Too many laymen he sug gested now think of the church1 in impersonal institutional terms as a sort of spiritual filling station to which duespaying members may repair once a week at most for an uplifting hour of worship But to the early Christians it The church was people The people of God And these people knew themselves to be called to a high and holy mis sion They were to serve in the world as the visible body of Christ To become the church in this sense Dr Wentz said modern Christians must be ready to take on Jesus own role the a John XXIII Sunday and leave in the evening for New Del The jet airliner that brought the Presidents wife from New York touched down at Romes Leonardo da Vinci airport about an hour I of a tA I 1 i vo CU1U small hat were black A black scarf was tied snugly around her neck against a chilly wind and slight drizzle Mrs Kennedy made her trans atlantic night sleeping most of the way in a private compartment The huge jet plane filled wit 116 other passengers and a ere of ten had a fairly smooth fligh Few of the passengers got glimpse of the Presidents wife Strict privacy was maintained be tween her firstclass compartmen late due to headwinds large economy section Iowa Rain southeast show west and north Saturday and Sunday Snow possibly heavy northwest portion Sunday Turning colder with increasing northeasterly winds west por tion Sunday Lows Saturday 25northwest to 35 southeast Highs Sunday in the 20s west Airmen used in combat Aim to win this one FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES BAGUIO Philippines Top U S diplomatic and military experts on Asia assembled be hind guarded gates here Satur day to discuss the explosive sit uation in South Viet Nam and other problems faced by the United States in Southeast Asia The conference is being con ducted by W Averell Harriman assistant secretary of state for Far Eastern affairs Also par ticipating in the crucial talks were Chester Bowles Presiden Kennedys special adviser anc Adm Harry D Felt command ermchief of U S forces in the Pacific Before leaving Saigon for this mountain resort which is about 180 miles north of Manila Felt said the United States can be confident there will be no Dien Bien Phu in South Viet Nam TJiis was meant toreassure the South Vietnamese that the West will not let the Southeast Asian country fall into the hands of the Communists i am confident we will win this war he said The Com munists have increased their activities but this is in reaction to the improvements on the free CI rlrt SNO NURSE Weekend snows about have everyone down in North Iowa but it s time to call a psychiatrist when you begin seeing snow nurses This one however stands in front of the Nurses Hrvmo of Q4 iur f Mason City Left to right are the girls who made it all members of the fresh men nursing class Linda Shillington Mary Hansell Carolyn Jacobson and Mary Shriner It took them an hour assures and north to 35 southeast Out look for Monday cloudy west snow and colder east North towa Cloudy with snow Saturday night and Sunday N Rusk heads for Geneva State ae took off for Geneva calling on the Sovjets to join in a Pni lm and reduce cold war tensions Rusk heading for a 17nation disarmament C newsrtien w o ev that we can on our side to help turn down the arms race and reduce present tensions Vv German envoy ousted f n v Chancellor Konrad Adenauer hopes Wl1 not be offended or misled by the istry accused dealings with 7T Reservists created WASHINGTON The Defense Department vmiL who takes the worlds wounds upon himself We are to identify ourselves with our neighbor and his need live with that need and take the form of a servant in order to meet that need the Luther an theologian said We are to follow Christ in service to the point of sacrificing ourselves for our fellow man Thats a big order But no authentic Christian teacher has ever suggested that it was an easy thing to follow Jesus That is a modern heresy winsuans must be ready to created to be called up with specific units inf UlUcl IO1 ine JtJei lirUPriSIS niiilrfiiTt Pr11 Turt f iaei l01 buildup last fall Most of those complaints came from reservists who priornotice to fill vacancies in unit which they had no affiliation Doukhobors are restless B C Royal Canadian Mounted Po trom up tight patrols that membeis of a fanatical religious sectwould strike back at government measures to quell violence The sons of freedom Doukhobors have been blamed for numerousobombfogs acts of violeSS No important temper a t u r e changes Lows Saturday 27 to 32 Highs Sunday 33 to 37 GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 a m Saturday The Admirals remarks camel shortly after it was disclosed that American pilots have been een flying on combat missions with South Vietnamese pilots in a training capacity The State Department said in formal statement that U S i VlJOt Q Air Force pilots are working with the Vietnamese the objec tive being the training of their pilots and other air force per Maximum Minimum Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 36 28 33 12 Mandatory ROTC training at ISU will cease DES MOINES AP Compul sory military training for men students at Iowa State University s going to be ended starting next The State Board of Regents voted unanimously Friday to al ow men students at Iowa State o take their choice of two years of Reserve Officer Training Corps courses or an equivalent number f hours in academic subjects School officials said they expect he number of students taking the uit fouryear ROTC course icad ng to a commission in Army Vavy or Air Force is expected o remain about the same as now nly the first two years of ROTC have been compulsory A faculty committee made a full study of he change and the SU faculty approved it before it vas placed before the Regents The State University of Iowa ast year reduced re uirement from two years to one ear Laborer killed in fall under train Clarence sonnel The statement did not men tion combat missions One source was emphatic that U b personnel flew none of the missions alone but he turned aside questions about whether Americans c o m m a n ded the Hights A dispatch from Saigon said they were lively primary election Bv DAN PPRKPC By DAN PERKES DES MOINES AP William Nicholas longexpected entry into the Republican gubernatorial race promises to enliven what some political observers said would be a dull primary campaign For one thing there is no love Nicholas 69 a former twoterm lieutenant governor and presently a member of the Iowa Highway Commission ran in third place for the nomination for governor in only by about 6000 votes Erbe won the ror one tnmg there is no love won tne ost between Nicholas and incumlsubsecuently the governorship bent Gov Norman Erbe the only over state SenJack Schroeder of two who have announced so far On the inside Editorials page 4 The Surveyor 5 Church Features 67 wf v Mason City News 89 with Vief Nam under mount Latest Markets 9 12 Communist attack theSociety News 10 1112 14 Ui 3 t t a IIIC id States has stepped up Sports aid to the country to Business that the number of American military personnel Davenport and Nicholas Nicholas who frankly admits his lifelong political ambition has been the governorship has been one of Erbes constant critics In his political announcement Friday the Clear Lake turkey grower called Erbe a donothing governor We cannot two OELWEIN wi son Oelwein laborer was uled Friday when he fell un cr the wheels of a Chicago reat Western Railway train F ainisiei there has been estimated at be tween 3000and 4000 President Kennedy said at a eb 14 news conference that U S troops were being used in purely logistic and training roles n South Viet Nam and added nat we have not sent combat roops there though the train ng missions that we have there lave been instructed if they are ircd upon to fire back to themselves Defense department figures show hat 14 American military men have died in South Viet Nam since last fat and another man is still reported missing As the conference began 18 00 U S Marines boarded am phibious ships at Okinawa for war games on Mindoro Island in the central Philippines The wa games will stress on same type of guerrilla war now being carried on in Viet Nam t i T Comics 17 Clear Lake News Transit Schedule North Iowa News 20 POOR SHOWING MADISON Wis y a third of the 153059 persons taking the Wisconsin drivers license road tests last threeI governor impractical inexperienced and Nicholas added The Erbe Nicholas battle ap pears to bethe only one likely to generate much heat between now and the June 4 primary On the Democratic side Iowa Commerce Commissioner Harold Hughes and Lewis Lint former secretary of the State Tax Com mission are seeking the guber natorial nomination Political observers feel Hughes will have little trouble winning the nomination But lieve Hughes stands more than an outside chance of beating Erbe in I the general election if Erbe is his primary Hughes Edward J McManus of Keokuk who was unsuccessful in the gen eral election against Erbe The Democratic party still has problem in finding candidates for some of the top state offices As yet there are no Democrats announced for attorney general secretary of state state treasurer state auditor or secretary of agri culture The deadline for filing for nomi nation is March 31 Chicken foil heavy in eastern storm CHINCOTEAGUE Va Dump trucks carried thousands of dead chickens from Chinco tcague Saturday as Civil De officials attempted to per TWIST OUTLAWED DALLAS Dallas ubhc school system Friday ntlawcd the twist u this beaten island Roll unions spurn bids for jobs talks Threat of strike WASHINGTON m A na tional railroad association has called on five operating rail unions to begin immediate negotiations on recommenda tions to eliminate jobs and standardize pay scales But leaders of one of the unions are talking about a strike The carrier members of the Association of American Rail roads Friday urged the unions to join them in negotiations based on the recommendations w the Presidential Railroad Commission The unions representing engineers firemen trainmen conductors and switchmen ui UUll when high tides hit this seven milelong island off the eastern shore of Virginia four days ago public members of the com mission that drafted the re port In Cleveland Friday Roy E Davidson grand chief en gineer of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers an nounced that he would dis tribute strike ballots to mem bers of almost all US rail roads next week The vote would authorize Davidson to call a strike if any of the commissions recom mendations were put into ef fect by the railroads without union agreement The unions have rejected a railroad proposal that talks begin March 20 In their resolution the rail roads Friday declared Pub lic opinion will not tolerate a callous rejection or worse a shabby exhibition of name calling directed against the integrity and ability of the public members of the com mission The commission represent ing railroads unions and the public recommended an end lo certain practices which the unions contend would destroy 80000 out of some 200000 jobs The union members opposed the recommendation The commission also called for a revision of wage and hour practices which it said would result in artoverall average pay increase Unions contend it would be a pay cut The carriers in their reso lution said in our complete acceptance of the report we are taking the bitter with the sweet recognizing that no sub ject as complicated as this can be settled to the entire satisfaction of everyone I ;

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