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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 28, 1957, Mason City, Iowa 1 i jv f North lowos ily Newspaper Edited for BEtjAZETTE T M IN I W S P THAT MA K I At L N 0 R T HI 0 W AN N I IG H 0 R HOME EDITION VOL LXIV tnd Untod Tub CMU MASON ClTY IOWA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 21 1957 ThU Paper ConsUli ot Four OM KATHY HAVNEN DARYIi PYLE and LINDA PREAR 5th Griade Garfield School WANDA BARTHOLOMEW and DEBRA KAY EBERHARDT 1st Grade Harding School SHERRY BEAVER and MIKE 10BANlON 3rd Gradfe Rbosievelt School 2 Gar Truck in Collision Two men were killed in the collision of a car and a pickup truck near here Wednes day night The dead are William Hruska 27 Elma son of Hattie Hovorka Cresco and Robert Drewelow was killed out the crash and Drewelow died an hour later at the hospital here c Hoftrard Sheriff Hayin the iccideri with County Corbrier N Brad Patrolman iloyd Carver Haven said the two vehicles coUided atlthe crestbf afhilldn a county roadf nine miles and sevenriiiles west bfiliefe Vis HOLIDAY NOTED Americans in Prayers of mhg BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Thanksgiving for blessings pa s t and present mingled Thursday with prayers for con tinued peace and plenty in the spaceage years now dawning For Americans around t he world there was the tradition al intermingling of feasting and is ex pressions of gratitude to the Almighty for favors received It was Thanksgiving Day again for all Americans from the land ofthe Pilgrims iri historic Massachusetts to modernday American basesin faraway lands ibility was good trandt there was no apparent explanation of the accident No inquest will be held Haven said Drewelow was pinned in the pickup truck was driv ing It was necessary to call in a tractor to pull the vehicle apart before he could be reriioved from it Rites Pending Rites are pending at the Peck osh FuneralHome for Hruska The body of Drewelow was tak en to New Hampton where he formerly had lived They are the second and third traffic fatalities in Howard Coun ty this year A Benton County farmer Har vey Krug 51 waskilled late Tues day when his tractor overturned in a ditch along a country road a short distance from his farm near Atkins A neighbor found his body West Liberty Youth Hit by Auto Killed WEST LIBERTY 10year old West Liberty boy was deat Thursday as the result of a traffic accident while he and a compan ion were beyond the city limit on Highway 6 John Allan Conner son of Mrs Etta Conner was killed late Wednesday when struck by a car about ahalf block east of thecity limits Thecar belonged to the General Mills Co and was driven by Merle Russell Bettcndorf Highway patrolmen said the Con ner boy apparently ran into th path of the eastbound vehicle f BOUNTIFUL MENU FORT MADISON tf The Thanksgiving Day dinner menu for inmates at the Iowa Penitenti ary included 2500 pounds of roast turkey arid these items Whipped potatoes candied sweet potatoes giblet gravy cranberry sauce Waldorf salad Parkerhouse rolls celery sticks sweet pickle chips and pumpkin pie millions were on the White House whetrePresident Eisenhower w a s f rpm his c erebr al ait a ck i Ther e fh inksgry in g I for the way he And there yere prayers for his wellbeing in the years to come Some of it was in special prayers in church Arid some was just a simple Get well from the heart and with no talk Not Forgotten The poor the sick and other unfortunates were not forgot ten as families and friends cel ebrated the day together Hospitals prisons arid many other institutions had special menus so that today would be a little different from the others Free turkey dinners for the poor and for homeless drifters were served across the land College and high school foot ball games drew many thou sands urch PARiS secretary general of the North i c Tre a ty Or ganiz atipri plliglvernment planned the illnessO v a irieetingvof the fAmisricaii delegatidn for the AP IPhbtofax THIGH WATER a Downtown was swamped by The torrent fell duringatC8hpurTperiod niore than she inches of rain Wednesday Here a group of more and preChristrrias shoppers caught jby an the flood watched as water crept pyerV and legs bared and shoes held high Temperatures to Rise Over Iowa Pleasant Thanksgiving Day iveather though a little cooler than the past couple of days held sway in Iowa Thursday There were sunny skies most parts of the state and tem peratures were expected to rise into the high 30s in the northeast to the high 40s in the southwest during the afternoon North Iowa remained mostly cloudy how ever 2 Missiles Ordered Into Production WASHINGTON United States striving to catch up with Russia in medium range mis siles has ordered two rival types into production The goal is to have them ready for use in an other year The Senate Preparedness sub committee to which Secretary of Defense McElroy made the an nouncement at a hearing Wednes over day welcomed it as good Iowa Partly cloudy Thursday night warmer northwest low 2535 Partly cloudy Friday warmer southeast GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Friday Maximum Miniriium At 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 40 22 22 24 7 No Hint77 of Resignation by President WASHINGTON Vice President Richard liL Nixon has poured cold water on rumors that President Eisenhower might The Weather Bureau said southment erly winds would bring somewhat milder weather in the northwest news and termed McElroy a man with both the powerand thewillingness to act Chairman Lyndon B Johnson DTex said McElroy is the real Czar in the battle to sur pass Russia in missile develop Thursday night and the southeast nouncemenf of production orders Friday Lows Thursday night in for both the Army Jupiter and the mid 20s to mid 30s were prcthe Air Force Thor Both are 58 Corn Planting Quota Increased WASHINGTON WVIowas 1958 corn planting allotment has been fixed by the government at 6983 516 acres a small increase over this years allotment of 6862686 acres The figures released b McElroy ended an ArmyAir the Agriculture Depa r t m e n t Force deadlock with his anmake Iowa leader in the commer dieted Highs Friday will be most ly in the upper 40s the forecast said cial producing area The 1958 total for the area is acres covering 932 resign Nixon who has taken on tional dents addi a u l e S VUVUling VOC intermediate range ballistic misjmajor corn counljes in 26 Mid silcs with a range up miles to 1500 Wesl stales SAME means traffic death IB pisl 24 hours Air Force in Clean Sweep CoosttoCoast Speed Mark LOS ANGELES crew cut Air Force captain flying a swept wing Voodoo jet has set a new speed record by flashing across the country and back in less than seven hours Capt Robert Sweet 30 Bar ronett Wis was among four Air Force fliers who made a mass assault Wednesday on three rec ords held by the Navy All bet tered the Navy marks Sweet zoomed his twin jet RF101 Voodoo line at ncarbv across March the Air finish Force Base pulled up into a lazy slow roll and then came in for a per feet landing on the sunlit run way His time 6 hours 42 minutes and 67 seconds This bettered the Navy record of 9 hours and 31 minutes set last March by an A3D fighterbomber Records set in the Tactical Air Command speed dash Los Angeles to NewJXork 3 hours 5 minutes and 392 seconds by 1st Lt Gustav Klalt 29 San Marcos Tex Old record 3 hours 22 minutes New York to Los Angeles 3 hours 34 minutes and 8 seconds by Capt Sweot Old hours 14 minutes Eastern and Southeast tasks during the Presi iltness acted vigorously Wednesday night to squelch talk that Eisenhower may give up his job to Nixon The vice president told report ers in an unusual White House news conference that there has been no hint of Eisenhower re signing Speedy Recovery I have no reason whatever to believe that the President is con sidering or will consider resign ing Nixon declared In the second place he said he is convinced that the Presidents recovery is sure Nixon spent most of the last two days a I the White House and was due toperform a chore AriiemDer S delega tion to J NATO said Wednesdaj Nixon had been proposed to the riiembers as a substitute for Eis enhower But Nixon said later in Washington that the statemeri was riot made at direction from the WhiteHouse The cpmmunique issued by Spaak said The North Atlanti Council1having learned with re gret that President Eisenhowe will beprevented from attending the NATO Council meeting i December decided that the meet ing should take placeat the leve originally planned Not Ruled Out The possibility that Eisenhowe would be able to attend the Dec 1618 talks was not ruled out Washington James C Hagerty White House press secretary an State Department press office Lincoln White both said Eisen hower himself will decide late on U S representation It was learned after the Gounc meeting that some delegates e pressed reservations about hole ing the summit talks as plannec They apparently feared that the might not obtain their original ol jectives without the presence o Eisenhower v I Breaking ihe Window Was Easyhut the Explanation Hurt SALT LAKt CITY olyh 20 couldnt get work Tied to unlock her car Thursday She asked pass for wouldnt work for him iiF tied mind breaking a window For her The pedestrian brick then ciimbVd in and sat down ifiwashir located owner RiiS v FROM OCR President left i the White Thursday morning JdespifeJ ci Thanks gur ingjD ay Nation al Pr ttwr broken about whole matter of Austin Farmer Minn UP The Minnesota crime bureau arid Mower County authorities Thursi day were investigating an appar erit murderv 53 Austin area farm wprkef was ourid ina snowfilled ditch riear h e re Wednesday Thomesons skull had been fractured and his face was badly cut Authorities say they found an unidentified set of footprints near the body Sheriff Albert Reinhartz said it is definitely murder Token in Cafe Holdup at Keokuk KEOKUK UK John Barakos proprietor of the Rich Cafe here told police two masked men robbed him as he was opening the establishment early Thursday morning Barakos said the men forced him into the kitchenand took a bag containing about in change l aficerelaral the were 37288889 acres in 894 coun ties in 24 states The allotments are designed to prevent overproduction but in re cent years less than half of the affected farms including those in Iowa have complied Allotments for this year or two for the President again Thursday He was scheduled to bid farewell to the King of Morocco and said he might drop by the White House afterward Cabinet Session However Nixon tried to kill the idea that there was any spe cial significance to his current role when he held his 43minute White House press conference Wednesday night Nixon said he will preside next week at sessions of the Cabinet and National Security Council on oral instructions from the President and may also direct a meeting with congressional leaders if it is held as sched uled But in response to a question jnbout his role Nixon emphasized ithat 1 am the vice president and he is simply assuming ccr lain duties at the Presidents di rection AP Photofax CENTER OF ATTENTION My role at the present time is best described by my title Vice President Nixon tells reporters at an extraordinary White House news conference the first he ever held there Nixon has been handlingsome of President Eisenhowers du ties since the Chief Executive was taken ill camfe ludenly tat the end of V nleAVS held vbyviPress Seer etar JarrieS Hager ty whiperedjn Hagertysear and Hagerty said me to end this quick ly The President is going Vto churchv ngh Hagerty ideni was maki ressiJri his recbyiBry cerebral attack He saidthe Pres ident spent a good night was up early and had a normal break fast By the time reporters could get to the southwest gate the Presi dent and the First Lady were gone Small Audience A t About the only audience they had was a few news ers who had gone to that area to see what was going on after seeing a Secret Service carmove that way As Eisenhower arrived at the church someone in a group near thedoor spoke out Happy Thanksgiving to you Mr Presi dent Thank you Eisenhower said and went on inside Hagerty said the President stayed up until Wednesday night to watch a television per formance with Mrs and then More Reports Hagerty told reporters he ex pected to have more information later about the Presidents con dition and perhaps his plans for the weekend A reporter asked if Hagerty was indicating that the President might motor to his Gettysburg Pa farm this weekend as he had planned Ho do before his ill ness Im not indicating anything Hagerty replied I am indicating I do not know In response to a request by a reporters Hagerty V promised to check with the presidents doc tors regarding their views as to she possibility of a recurrence of illness which hit Eisenhower Mon day At that time Eisenhower suf fered a blockage of a small branch of a brain artery Light Work The President is up and around a good deal at the White House He handled a light round of tine work from his living quar ters Wednesday He is doing an oil painting from a photograph of young Princess Anne daughter of Queeri Elizabeth II of Ejigland Eisenhower also Visited for 10 minutes or so in his living quar ters with Xing Mohammed V Morocco ;