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West of Rock Falls A 1946 Dodge pickup truck, driven by Jack Craw, 16, route 2, Mason City, went out of control 2i miles west of Bock Falls Thursday afternoon, skidding 150 feet down the road, hitting an embankment, somersaulting and landed unright in a field, the .sheriff's office reported Friday. \ . Craw said he lost control on loose gravel when he swerved to miss a chicken and. thought he could ease the truck into the. ditch to stop it. He was brought to Park hospital by Bob Elwood, route 2, where he was treated for a broken leg. The truck belonged to Clemens Gorkowski, route 2, for whom Craw has been working. Craw was enroute to Mason City at the time of the mishap. . The left 'side. of the truck cab was caved in", and the grill smashed. Sand bags in the truck were thrown into the ditch and the wheel alignment sprung. Absolute zero—the point at which, theoretically, all molecular motion ceases—exists at 459.6 degrees below the Fahrenheit and 273.15 degrees below the centigrade zero point "The youth ofi America .need Christ and the church more than ever before if they ar.e to face the uncertain future with confidence and hope," he said. Besides the regular activities of the church, Mr. Dobbe 'pjans ;to set up a program of social activities for the young people in his district. This program he said "should be so designed as to occupy the leisure time o'f the teenager the year around, teach hint the fundamental principles of clean living and good sportsmanship, and develop in him a true Christian character." , The Rev. and Mrs. Dobbe live at 324 25th S. W. MONKEY When Finley Christian of Grinnell was in the South Pacific, he had a pet monkey, "Herman," but the navy wouldn't let him bring Herman home. Lonesome, Finley sent to Brazil recently fo~r another monkey. The new arrival, months old, has' 'been namec "Fiio"—after Finley's father ' and mother. Young America's first industrial enterprise, historians believe, was a crude glass furnace set up by eight Dutch and Polish glassmak- ers among the colonizers who landed in Jamestown, Va., in 1607.