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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 24, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I NEWSPAPER THAT MAKIS ALL N 0 R T H I O W A N S NflGHBORS VOL LXIV Preu United Prew Pull Seven a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY DECEMBER 24 1957 This Paper Consists ol Four Ona No IS 4 Saved in Ocean Rescue 19 Airmen Are Missing HONOLULU A fourengine Navy radar plane with 23 men aboard exploded and plunged into the sea Monday night At day break four survivors and the bod ies ot two men had been recov ered An intensive air and sea search was under way for more surviv ors in an area 25 miles north of the planes base on Oahu Island Cmdr Guy Howard 41 execu tive officer of the plane which was attached to an Early Warn ing Wing was quoted as saying an explosion occurred He also said he believed other crewmen were afloat in the area in life jackets Boats at Scene Conditions of the survivors de tails of the ditching and the rea son for it were not immediately available Two crash rescue craft from Kaneohe Marine Air the survivors and dead men from the waler While Navy Air Force and Coast Guard planes searched the blackness destroyers cutters and merchant ships converged on the area Visibility was six miles and waves about six feet high The million dollar radar crammec plane made its last check report at pm It was 100 miles northeast of its base at Barbers Point Naval Air Station on Oahu Leaves Screen A short time later radar screens picked it up only 25 miles north of the island apparently circling for a landing at Barbers Point Suddenly it dropped of f the screen ON DISARMAMENT Show Integrity Ike Tells Russ WASHINGTON ft President Eisenhower tossed back to Moscow Monday night responsibility for making the next great gambit to reduce world tensions and open the path to disarmament and peace n familiar timetested terms Eisenhower said that all that is needed to brnig about a definite start toward universal security and peace is a spirit of conciliation on both sides and clear evi dence of Communist integrity and sincerity in negotiations and in action For no nation for no individual among us the President said could there be a finer Christ A mas present nor a better Aviation Award to Earl Hall TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS The Morris Snell home 1730 Hillcrest Dr is just one of the thousands of Mason City and North Iowa homes being readied for the festive holiday season Putting the fin GlobeGazctle photo by Musser ishing toucheson the Christmastree in the living room in anticipation of Santas arrival are the three Snell children Linda 5 Carol 3 and David 2 W Earl editor has op winner World Offers Peace Prayer Hall GlobeGazette been selected as in the Trans World Twentyone men had first been reported aboard the iHfated air craft That was later changed to officers and 17 enlisted men The Super Constellation took off at 10 am Monday Such planes specially converted for radar pa trols are capable of remaining aloft more than two days The missing plane was attached to an aircraft Early Warning Wing based at Barbers Point on Oahu the Hawaiian Island on which Honolulu stands This dis aster was the first for the Early Warning Wing of planes in about two years of operations here Norma Talmadge Silent Screen Star Is Dead LAS VEGAS Nev Talmadge 60 the versatile dark eyed siren who made more than 200 pictures during her silent film died Tuesday Death was attributed to stroke She succumbed at the home she shared with her thirci husband Dr Carvel James Pre viously she had been married to film producer Joseph M Schcnck and comedian Georgie Jcsscl Norma was believed to be one of Hollywoods wealthiest stars At a time when taxes were low she earned S7500 a week Miss Talmadge and her husband had lived quietly during their 10 years of residence here and were almost never seen along this gam bling towns famed Strip Norma was the most famous o three famous actress sisters Sis tcr Natalie is flying here fron Santa Monica Calif and siste Mrs Walter Gib fiying from Palm Beach Fla Iowa Holiday to Be Mild Sunny The last chances for a white Christmas seemed to have fade in Iowa Tuesday The Weather Bureau predictec continued mild temperatures fo at least the next couple of day and saici dry weather would ac company the unseasonably mile readings Christmas Day temperature arc expected to range from th 40s to the low 50s BUFORD IS DEAD WEST PALM BEACH Fla I Colcman G Buford 86 Ch cago surgeon and a founder c the American College of Surgeon died in a hospital Monday Holy Land Is Quiet on Christmas FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES On the first Christmas Eve aft er Soviet stars appeared in the sky people of many lands Tues day prayed for peace on earth through an end to the continuing cold war As he lit the nity Christmas tree President Eisenhower asked Americans Monday night for sweat and toil courage patience and selfsacri fice to promote peace and good will among nations Clear evidence of Soviet intcg ity and sincerity would be the estChristmas present the work ould receive the President saic ater in a report to the nation Undeclared Wars The holiday season found und lared wars going on sporadicallj Algeria and Ifni in North Africa and civil unrest in Cuba nd Cyprus Many people awaited Christmas in bleak refugee amps Hungarians in Austria ast Germans in West Berlin Arabs in Gaza Chinese n Hong Kong Dutch from Indo esia in Singapore But no war scare disturbed the loly Land In contrast to las hristmas when the Sinai Wa vas just over tension ebbed iway from the barbed wire bar iers that split Palestine Thous ands of pilgrims to the Holy Lan a w a i t e d religious ceremonies Tuesday night celebrating the birth of Jesus Eight PlaceSettings of Silver for THE LOVELESS DES MOINES Herschel C Loveless who under went extensivedental work Tuesday received eight placesettings of silver as a Christmas gift About 30 state officials and employes made the presentation to Gov and Mrs Loveless Loveless said though the rest of the family wjll have a big holiday dinner he doubts if he will be able to eat He said the last of his upper teeth were extracted arid a denture put in place im mediately But it looks like itll be soup for me he added Gov Loveless issued a Christmas to all lowans wish ing each and every one of you a happy safe holiday He coupled his greeting with a plea to lowans to drive safely so as to help cut down the toll of accidental deaths and injuries onthe high ways Thugs Get in Daring Daylight Holdup DES MOINES searched Tuesday for two bold ban dits who slugged an armored car guard unconscious in a downtown store here Monday and escaped through Christmas shoppers Store Manager J H Schulteis 50 said the loot totalled much of it in coins Dwight Bachman 23 a Lewis System guard said he was slugged by two men as they passed him on a back stairway at the S S Kresge Co He was going to the building through an alley door Bachman who had just picked The Weather Obeyed Orders Israeli and Jordanian border guards obeyed orders to stand isidc for 36 hours to let Christians rom Israel and other parts of the world pass through the Mandel baum Gate Roman Catholic patriarch AI crto God headed the traditional srocession of the clergy from Jerusalem to Bethlehem to begin services beneath the Chuch of the Nativity in the cavern where Christ was born More green than white was ex pected for Christmas in the Unit ed States The Weather Bureau aid only the northern portions of Michigan Wisconsin and Minne sota and higher mountain areas up two canvas bags filled with money at the business office of the Kresge company said was just transferring both bags and some presents the store had given me to my left arm so I could grabmy gun We always have our gun out when were in the alley Met on Landing I was coming down the stairs and these two guys were coming up We met on the landing They brushed past me and the next thing I knew I saw a slight move ment and I was slugged on the back of my head I staggered to my knees I was real groggy As got up I got hit again on the bridge of my nose I must have passed out I dont even remember them taking my gun 12 Stitches Bachman was taken to a hos pital where 12 stitches were taken in the gash across his eyebrows Mason City Partly cloudy and not so cool Tuesday night low 2628 Partly cloudy and a little warmer Wednesday high in upper 40s Iowa Fair and not so cool Tues day night low 2835 Partly cloudy and continued mild Wed nesday Minnesota Partly cloudy through Wednesday Low Tuesday night 2232 High Wednesday around 32 extreme northeast to mid 40s southwest GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Tuesday Abroad Are Hosts at Parties BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hospitality and giving are the watchwords for US servicemen abroad this Christmas Crewmen from the aircraft carrier Randolphin the Medif terranean sent a plane to Naples with turkey ice cream toys and clothing for 80 Italian merchant marine cadets between 10 and 20 years old Troops in Gerrhany entertained and sent gifts to some 73000 or phans and needy children old folks refugees and others Nu merous servicemen were invited to Christmas dinner with Ger man families in that land where many of Americas favorite holi day traditions originated Soldiers at Taegu Korea proudly claimed they had thrown the biggest Christmas party ever held in Korea for more than 1200 orphans The soldiers in Korea were themselves getting Christmas en tertainment Bob Hope fiew in from Japan after entertaining some 40000 Americans there and in Okinawa His troups included Jayne Mansfield and Jerry lonna Francis Cardinal Spellman also arrived in Korea The Roman Catholic archbishop of New York will Christmas with the troops a tradition he began dur ing the Korean War Airlines 20th annual aviation writing competition Halls stories on his 40000mile r o u n dtheworld tour were se lected as the best aviation re porting of the year He will re ceive a cash award and an en graved plaque on a vacatio press flight aboard a TWA plan to the southwest in January W o r d of the award arrive Tuesday in a telegram from Goi don Gilmore TWA vice presiden and former sports editor on th GlobeGazette Gilmore informed the Globe Gazette that the judges wer new ear Eisenhower threw his deeds otwords challenge to the Krem n as he has many times in the ast in a radiotelevision repor o America on last weeks NATO Council meeting in Paris Secre ary of State Dulles joined in Dulles in fact provided the bulk f the report with Eisenhower nodding or occasionally voicing agreement As Eisenhower offered tacit approval Dulles all but spurned Russias call of last Saturday for a special session of the United Nations or an international con ference to deal with the lough elusive disarmament issue Dulles said that of course 82 nations obviously cant be a ne gotiating body The Russian bid followed Sovi et rejection of NATOs proposal for at renewal of disarmament dickering by the foreign min isters of Eastern and Western powers Now the United States has put the next move up to Russia along with a clear implication CHEER FUND GOAL PREVIOUSLY HE POUTED Our generous Oregon Friend Sixth Grade Sunday School Class that the Soviets must expect to give as well as get at any confer ence table Except for the heavy frown on a special UN session on dis armament there wasnt much hew in the EisenhowerDulles broadcast Rather the emphasis was on re emphasizing old points This vas Eisenhowers first such appearance since his slight troke and resulting speech im pairment on Nov 25 The doctors ay the impairment has pretty veil cleared up And while the President did fumble a few vords Monday night White House Press Secretary James C Hagerty said there were no more han the usual fluffs W EARL HALL journalism deans and directors in order to divest the contest from any airiine cojmpany inter est As amatter of fact only a smallpart of the many flights taken on the journey around the world was made aboard a TWA plane This is the second time that a member of the Lee Group of newspapers has won the award Don Anderson publisher of the Wisconsin State Journal at Madi son was so honored for his re Girl Scout Troop Madison Schnol An anonymous giver through thc mails An anonymous SanlavClaus Sharon Diana Diane Michael Bobby Rflrmic and Susie Northwestern Bell Telephone Co traffic deparlmcul Kayc Jane and Gail Currau Anonymous from Rock Falls H J Schlichtidg In memory of Samuel L Wright A Meservcy Friead Beet Sugar Refinery Kmplnjes Union No Mrs James Novak Manly GlobeGazette news room Postofficc employes A friendly Ford salesman Mr aud Mrs H H Heller Stackers Road Enthusiasts From the New Year Baby ot Kaycjjay Rrigrxving BinpTojes Gaylord Mestadv rin racmory ol Larry Dean Kilter Mr and Mrs Larry Kilter in memory of Larry Dean Killer The Friendship Circle Nprih A belated Kfwanian lay and Kathy Girl Scout Troop K5 Central Heights 300 1000 700 500 S20 500 2500 200 1009 Jllf 18flft 93 511ft 500 500 JiOQ sua 300 1110 2UO 125 THE DAYS TOTAL 5 0itl TOTAL CASH GIVEN S351fil9 TOTAL MERCHANDISE S 3ort of a world tour three years ago Following is Gilmores tele raphed message Congratulations upon your se lection as first place winner for best air travel reporting story in the newspaper selective di vision of the TWA 20th annual aviation writing and picture com petition You have also been awarded sweepstakes prize in this division Your selection carries with it an engraved plaque and a cash award of You are invited to participate in TWAs annual quickie vacation press flight to Las Vegas Tucson Phoenix on Jan 812 at which time your prize will be presented GRAND TOTAL S 150738 MERCHANDISE GIFTS Contributor Value Ycllani and Hanes books 3500 Girl Scout Troop Wilson Schoo dolls 13r0 St Johns Episcopal Church School canned goods 2000 700 Cub Scout Pack i Washington School Christmas tree toys Future Business Leaders of America toys 2300 Cub Scouts Lincoln School food lft25 Grandmothers Club IdOflO Miss Rccps 6th Grade Hard ing School 875 Brownie Trnop Cub Scout Den No 2 Hoover School food 1019 Brownie Troop 19 canned foods 275 Junior Womans Club baskets IKHI Police Auxiliary IGrtfl Mrs Eva Stewart toys Jt cakes 1050 Hub Clothiers SrV5 Gilnners Clothing Store Cub Pack 9 Harding School food 1500 Exchange Club baskets of food and toys 70CMl United Packing House Workers Local No 8 food and treats fifll Maximum Minimum At 8 am 41 21 of the West were likaly to get the and another 11 in the cut on lop traditional snow jof his head He was reported in But one group of the thousands Farm Worker Burns to Death in Truck MARION Socdt 26 a farm workci near here burned toj death in the cab of his pickup truck Monday evening after a of American servicemen spread good condition headon collision with a car on a Several clerks told police about a mile norlh 0 nic loitcring said Soedts truck snow and ice he back door shortly before thejwas in collision with a car driven Geophysical Year crew at thcjrobbcry One asked prices of difjby Harold Sperfslagc 23 Albur around thc world had plenty ofi white Sitlins on 8000 feet Ofnoucea South Pole extended a holiday greeting to four visiting newsmen from McMurdo Sound The South Cerent merchandise but kept glancing back toward the back jdoor a clerk said Apparently Pole scientists even provided aruhen thcy saw Bachman go up tificial flowers for a press club SAME stairs they waitedseveral onds and then followed sec nett Sperfslagc was hospitalized in critical condition in Cedar Rapids Richards Resigns as Aide to Ike WASHINGTON Former Democratic Congressman James P Richards resigned Tuesdaj I as President Eisenhowers spec ial assistant for thc Middle East iRichards took over the newly I created post last January with ithc understanding his service would be for about six months j end of the truck is evidence ot the force coach known to be under conJHc later agreed to 9lay on until of the impact when thcy crashed headon Sports Bulletins COLLEGE STATION Tex Red Sanders head coach at UCLA Tuesday with drew from consideration as head football coach at Texas The action left only Frank Leahy former Notre Dame 38619 GIRL DIES IN manner in which the car is wrapped around the front AP Photofax sideration end of the year Monday near Davenport Mary Pohlmann 15 Davenport was killed and her com panion Larry Lucier 16 was critically injured Driver of the truck James Allen 47 Lincoln Neb was not hurt Cheer Fund Again Is Big Success UR thanks to the thousands of men women and children who contributed so generously to make the Christmas Cheer Fund overflow for the nccds of thc u nderprivileged of this community Gifts came from persons inall walks of life Many gave at the time of the Carolcade of Christmas which blended the seasons music with the expression of the true spirit of thc holidays in giving to make others happier Hundreds of oth ers gave as members of labor organizations c 111 b s church groups employes of business firms the firms themselves and as individuals Community Spirit On thc whole it was a tremen dous expression of community spirit and because of this Doris Bruce and Ruth Dougall of thc Family Service have ample means for their holiday distribu   

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