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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 28, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             oil North I owans Ntrtk Doily Ntwspoper MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 1H3 10c Piper CoiuitU of Five action Expect Cong next week of Tom Turkey Dont pity the big bird EDITORS NOTE turkey have eny reason to give thanks on Thanksgiving Day Globe photographer Jo Moore and special holiday edi tor T Hanks Giving set out to answer the The in formation they gathered in the unprecedented interview sharp insight to thetrue feelings of the fird which most tables on Thanks giving Meet Thomas Turkey provided by The Hub e Ma City clothing store By THOMAS TURKEY Gobbled to T Hanks Giving Globe Holiday Editor My main pet peeves are Pil grims andMndians Taking second place among my gripes are ancestors who volunteer their services It makes my tail feathers stand on end to think of that fateful day on the Rock years We roamed wild in the woods before that first holiday Sure we caught an arrow oncein a while but it was nothinglike the attention we get now in the HES SURE A FINE SPECIMEN WONDER WHAT HES THINKINGT j NowVe are domesticated Starting early in tour lives we Thanksgiving We takeditsei in eating put ting onweight holding still at the chopping block and even be ing tasty 4 T I dont want to seem pessimis tic Im proud to carry onthe tradition installedbymy ances tors but you would think they could havechosen a morelast7 ing profession Seriously how I only have oneregret That isI have but two drum sticks to give for my country and just three giblets of course To mention a few other peeves worth gobbling about There are those friendships for instance They are nice but they just dont last Do you sup pose Ive got bad breath AH turkeys hatea dull axe Too much turkey season or turkeyseasoning is another un pleasantry experienced f r e quently in bur business The thing that more birds than any other item is cold turkey or that ugly word hash I feel like a special bird If youll pardon my egotism I was chosen for this window job because I meet the public well A little boy came along other day and licked the win dow He looked like he couldnt wait Another boy saluted me Some knocked on the glass others just stared hungrily and few didnt even bother to look You can see by the surround ing faces that a variety of North lowans caught my act SALUTE FOR TOM TAKINGAIM REFLECTING THE PLEASURE Some looked as though they had never seen a turkey Heck weve been in Indians began business wearing since hats since they started putting feath ers on their arrows and since ink and quills were matched Yes we advanced right along with the United States and will continue to do so for years to come Turkeys now art so educated that some day there may even be a threedrumstick model Yes weve got many ANYBODYHOME Progress on development of Lake evaluate some brochures mulficfato TToTiforfA frntn 4kn oAn for which to be thankful Some are Holiday gatherings are getting larger That means less de grading hash left over Thanksgiving comes once a year socks Fine neck roll music is dying More teenagers are becoming Stretch warmers Rock a the multistate Heritage Trail and what North lowans can do to assist will be reported Dec 16 at a meeting of the North Iowa Area Development NIAD Recreation and Tourism Com mittee The committee will h a v 4 Martin Miller of the Iowa Development Com m i s s i o n Iowas representative on the Heritage Trail committee ap pear and discuss the tourist trail At a meeting this week the NIAD committee indicated in terest in the Heritage Trail and willingness to s u p p o r t its development through the nine county NIAD area Miller will ask how the committee may help in the tourist trail Irvin Brogan a representa tive of the Thornton 20 The weather I can and be gobbled Automatic ovens And I dont have to bother with New Years resolutions economic study the of a pro posed golf course at Thornton t h e meeting reviewed tourist brochures of various groups heard Ed Lamsoln Clear from outside the area A nomination committeeto select committee of ficers was named by John Cul bertson Charles City a mem ber off the NIAD executive com mittee who is temporary chair man of therecreatibn group The nominating committee is Mrs George Gaskil CorwUh chairman Ed Folkerts Floyd and Leslie Graverson Plym outh The committee m em bers agreed to collect information on tourist attractions of a recreational or historical na ture or plans for develop ing such attractions in their respective part of NIAD They will report at the Dec 16 meet ing on those tourist resources across the area Organizations or individuals are being asked to help in pilation of tourist attractions Information may be passed to members of the committee i Committee include Elmep Bramer Aredale Glen Maxson Vem Rottier and Clyde Frudden Greene L Hen ningsen Cletir Lake Leslie Plymouth Mrs Ward Hamilton Mason City Paul Sisson Charles City Mr and Mrs Fred Keepf and Flos sie Mallory Hampton Tom Rasmussen Crystal Lake Gordon Sawtelle Klemme Jim Christ Kanawha Jackson Baty Osage Fritz Schrandt Sfacy vUle Albin Perau St Ansgar Dr C A Block Thompson Robert Fletcher and Donnie Amundson Forest City LaVpn Tostenson Kensett Clarence Mortenson Northwood Thelan Elton Fertile Lloyd Stevens Belmond and Don Mathiason Rowan The NIAD area includes Cer ro Gordo Floyd Franklin Han cock Mitchell Winnebago and Worth counties and parts of Wright and Butler counties This weeks meeting held Monday at Mason City Junior College was the second gather ing of the hew committee on area recreation It is one of four NIAD study groups which hope to collect information that can used by groups and individ uals to stimulate social and economic growth of the area Give up U2 pi lot hunt KEY WEST Fla UPI The search for the pilot of a U2 reconnaissance plane which crashed in the Gulf of Mexico apparently after aflight over Cuba was called off Friday No tracewas found of the pilot Capt Joe C Hyde Jr 33 of La Grange Ga Divers found the wreckage of the highalti tude plane f LBJ may have Negro secretary WASHINGTON M T Rowan US ambassador to Fin land will be President John sons press secretary says a reliable source in Helsinki Row an is a Negro Rowan who talked to John son in Washington this week but he had no comment NortA Weather outlook Partly cloudy and mild with lows Jn the Thursday night Thursday highs in the Friday continued mild with little change m temperature SeturcUy feir end mild Weather on 2 T No hope for key issues Tax rights set in64 WASHINGTON Re sponding to a let us continue appeal fromPresident Johnson Congress is gearing for quick action next weekon some of the legislation the late President John F Kennedy proposed Jphnsgn is not likely to get fi naLaction this year on the key civil rights and taxreduction proposals he endorsed along withy the rest of the prbfjram in an address to Con gress A The chances appear excellent that the Senate and House j will agree on some pend ing aidtoeducation bills a vo cationalttraining measure V aii authorization for the foreign ale program before a Christmas va cation Theseiwith passage of irfee regidarv departmehta money bills would wrap up1 the record bf the first session of the 88thCongressV An Expert iii art of the knew even beforehe made his first address to a jbint sessionof the House over tmtil the elec i iiidFfie had planned to ask legislatbrs session until the Senatec6ulo act on a Housepassed tax reductiori Told by leaders this was im possible the President then pro posedlifting out of the measure the actual ratereducingprovi sions and attemptingto get Sen ate action on them Finance Committee Chairman Harry F Byrd DVa wouldnt go along with this shortcut attempt anc it withered theadministrations civ il rights i bill bottled up in the House Rules C o mm it t e e Johnsonapproved a move tc take the measure directly to the House floor But this would be a timecon suming procedure requiring the approval of 218 members Even to Kennedy if all went well it could not bring the pect to be home before then during At least Bob for but Clausen will probablybe if he doesn t catch pneumonia man bvirl JLlt f L i wi VVJOUOCilj ZXCrljVJJ V weather man and Kenimerer are Clear JL2K6 WASHINGTON With ce of daughter Lynda Bird 19 worship a r family dinnerat will Join the FirstFamily homejrnda Thanksgiving mes Thanksgiving message the Thursday the nation It and boliday he has asked Americans broadcast from the House 0 mark with memorial tribute at pm CST JohnKF Kennedy Johnson also held a morning Johnson hiswife and their intelligence briefing at his i planned to attend borne and an afternoon for 4 eign affairs conference atthe White House After returning Wednesday from Capitol Hill where he told Congress that Kennedys ideas aiid ideals must and will be translated into effective action Johnson met two foreign leaders Gov Carl Sanders of ueorgia and had an unannounced talk with House Speaker John W McCormack sgiving Day services at Mt Vernott Methodist Church in northwest Washington At their home the new Presi dent and his fta m i I y have Thanksgiving dinner Navy En sign Bernard Rosebach fian STAR DIES HOLLYWOOD Calif OP Belle ForbesCutter 85 onetime opera star died Tuesday Kennedys join in sad Thanksgiving WASHINGTON UPI Mrs John F Kennedy and her two children Thursday unaccountably missed a flight scheduled to take them to Hyannis Port Mass where they had planned to spend Thanksgiving Day with other members of the Ute Presi dents brokenhearted family There was no indication why Mrs Kennedy and the two children did not board the Caroline when it departed from National Airport about 10 am CST White House aides said they did not know the reason HYANNIS PORT Mass AP family of President John F Kennedy gathers this Thanks jiving Day at Cape Cod where hey shared the joy of his elec tion in 1960 and now share the sorrow of his death Before leaving Washington with her two children Jacque line Kennedy 34 again visited the grave of her husband at Ar lington National Cemetery It was her fourth visit there since Kennedys burial last Monday It was announced Wednesday night that Mrs Kennedy had ac cepted an offer from Undersec retary of State Avcrell Karri man to use his Georgetown home on N Street in Washing ton not far from a house the Kennedys occupied before mov ing into theWhite House There was a rumor that Mrs Kennedy wants to repurchase her former home at 3307 N St which was sold for about 000 The owners Mr and Mrs Perry Avisbrook could not be reached for comment Mrs Kennedy also thought of the tourists who flock to Wash ington for the long Thanksgiving weekend At her request the Kouse will be reopened to visitors starting Friday Inside The Globe CONNALLY describes tragedy Page 2 BIG ISSUES face Lyndon Johnson Page 3 Editorials 4 Society news 8910 Comics 34 North Iowa news3437 Sports news 3940 Latest markets 42 Mason City news 4243 Clear Lake news 44 Cub Gazette 45 Transit timetable V M Classified pages 5951   

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