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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 10, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                Daily Newspaper Edited lot VOL tt AuocUUd tBd Thi Newspaper Tha t Mokes A11 North I owans Neighbors4 HOME EDITION MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER II 19St Copy rrTkU W Twi 1 U S Gals Irrational in Stores Shopping Centers Laid Out With Them in Mind By MARILYN MERCER Now York Htrald Tribune News Service NEW YORK The woman Chopper seems to bethe key itorie of a taajor portion of our economy If she is as irrational asmost surveys of her behav ior indicate its a wonder the wholething doesnt come crash ing down over our heads According to studies of her behavior in a shopping center she is lazy easily diverted a sidewalk hog wont enter a store by the back door and an incompetent driver GILBERT TILLES wKo has built six major and a scatter ing of minor shopping centers on Long Island learned early in the game that his business depended on the vagaries of women Keeping them happy and spending he feels depends in a large part on the layout and his formula arrived at by rivarket research and observa tion seems to work His cen ters do an annual gross busi ness of about million a year Recently Tilles explained his rationale of planning a success ful center I T H Action FBOMOUK W1BE 1EEVICES union officialsdrafted strategy Sat urday for fighting President Eisenhowers effort to send striking Steelworkers back to work for 80 days un der court orders Other labor leaders accused Eisenhower of strike breakr ing for invoking the Taft Hartley labor law in the 88 day steel shutdown The Pres ident used national emergency provisions of the law for the second time in four days when he took the firststep Friday to force a nostrike period in the steel dispute Eisenhower declared that the strike would have severe effects on the economy and seriously endanger the na Eisenhower on the presidential board of inquiry report back to their piers Fri Union attorneys huddled un day Thetwo days between til late factfinding board faces an 6ct 16 deadline for re tional health and safety if permitted to continue regret that a voluntary settlement had not been reached Steelworkers President Da vid and Union General Counsel Arthur JV Goldberg arranged daylong discussions to shape battle plans for the opening of hear ings Monday by a threeman strike issues Wilh this report in hand thte President was expected to direct the attorney general to go into court for the 80day backtbwbrk order No judge ever has denied such a re Eisenhower obtained a simi lar injunction Thursday to force striking East and Gulf Coast longshoremen to Eisenhowers appointment of a dock factfinding board and the court order a 1956 speed record Government officials pre dicted however there would be a longer delay in getting Steelworkers back on the job because the unions oppo sition to the Presidents ac tion The Dockworkers did not fightagainstthe injunction McDonaldfsaidthe Presi dents drastic will settle nothing on a permanent He fears that the move would harm industryunion relations t Mc Donald promised that the Steelworkers would obey the law of the land if the injunc tion wasgranted Rankandfile strikers ap peared displeased at Eisen howers intervention at this after an 80day injunction raa out companies have offered what they describe as gains worth 15 cents an hour over years The union says the industry offer is actually less any event they want 15 cents hourly gain for each year of a new contract This time but somfe conceded they is what the corn needed the 80 days pay A panies Compli number of strikers charged eating the impasse is the corn that the move bol pany demand more lee stered the companies position malcing work cost ec and would hurt the chances of winning any benefits Some hinted at a new walkout dur ing the Christmas holidays onomies The Steelworkers were av eragihg hourly before the strike TO WED AP Photofax TOWNSEND he said parking is important A standard park ing place is 8 feet wide Wom en cant negotiate this without banging up the car So we make ours nine to 10 feet wide This is a must We have found that the av erage woman brings four or five peoplewith her on a shop ping is incite buying and know things if her husband isalong BUT THE FAMILY likes to walk abreast Togetherness So instead of making sidewalks the standard five to seven feet wide we make ours 15 or Strangely enough Tilles has discovered women dont drag their brood through stores be cause they have to They like to We tried a babysitting cen MarieLuce Jamagne 19year old Belgian girl is engaged to marry Group Capt Peter Townsend to her mother Townsend is the for mer suitor of Britains Prin cess Margaret MarieLuce has accompanied Townsend on several of his world trips as a photographer and secretary WASHINGTON U The Federal Communications Commis sion told Congress Saturday it cant do a thing about rigged tele vision quiz programs FCC Chairman John C Doerfer reported the commission position testimony before a House committee looking into rig ging of some bigmoney tion and answer shows He said the FCC cannot 1 Censor 2 Interfere with freedom of speech V 3 Dig up the manpower to monitor all programs But the big questions while Doerfer testified at an unusual 4 Killed in whole nursery building Nobody used it Mothers like to take their kids through the stores It becomes a sort of out iiig for the whole Too much fancy landscaping leads to procrastination We tried elaborate malls and tow ering elms Found that people spent all time sitting un der the trees and gossiping and never got into the stores Traffic management is a big factor in shopping center plan ning A big department store or supermarket is considered an It draws traffic past smallerstores in its direction Its a good idea to have two attractions to keep shop pers on the move Tilles has found If theres just one and the adjoining row of stores lead nowhere sheep like shoppers will head into the big store and stay there TO GET THEM into the tit Waterloo WATERLOO Two separate accidents in the city limits here claimed the lives of two men and injured another within the space of four hours Friday night and early Erwin Combs 27 Waterloo was the first victim He was killed Friday night when his car went out of control as he was making a turn at the intersec tion of U S 20 and Iowa 57 The car went into a ditch and he was thrown out ABOUT FOUR HOURS later Paul Ramsay 27 Osage was killed when his car rammed into the back of a DeWees Bus Lines bus which stopped at an Illinois Central railway cross Milton Lea ton 47 Oelwein Saturday meeting of the com mittee which had planned to wind up its inquiry Friday still were 1 WILL CHARLES Van Dor en first big winner in quiz shows accept a challenge to explain his roledn the scandal scarred Twenty One pr6 gramj 2 If Van Doren continues to ignore a pointed invitation to testify will House Legisla Oversight subcommittee order his appearance Doerfer didnt refer directly to any specific program in his testimony but under question ing about rigging of quiz shows said at one point This is a fradulent practice it is a deception but driver the bus was slightly injured but none of the 20 pas sengers on the bus were hurt Ramsay was on the way to Platteville on business He had planned to attend the foot ball game atIowa City Satur day neither the prosecuting attor ney in New York nor I have been able to pinpoint any viola tion of the law We cant determine who has been harmed The home owner certainly didnt pay his way into the CHAIRMAN HARRIS D Ark said he considers the FCC testimony the most pertinent part of our The sub committee has aimed its hear ing at determining whether federal regulation is adequate ly enforced or whether new legislation is needed But most interest has cen tered inthe contestants on the various quiz programs partic LUCAS W Death claimed four Minneapolis people Fridaj in a flaming onecar acciden a mile south of here on High way 65 Dead are Mrs Woodrpw Me Minor Greer 24 the owner of the car Mrs Niels 5yearold son Sherman and Alice Jackson All except the Jackson gir were outright in the ac cideht Alice died several hours a Chariton fromVburns over 90 per t cent o her body Woodrow McNiel 3 another son of Mrs McNiel and Kath erine 19 also of Min neapolis were hospitalized in goodcondition Authorities said the group was en route to Mobile when the crash occurred near this southcentral Iowa town A patrolman said it appeared a tire must have blown out while the car was traveling at high speed GAR TAKES POUNDING Mason City police and right knee a fractured right elbow and possible View the results of a Collision involving a gas trans neck and right hip injuries Seversonwas not injured porttruck driven byFred City Severson driving west on 5th S braked the truck and a car driven Henry 75 N W and swerved tother right before the truck collided Henry is in satisfactory condition at Mercy Hospital with the Henry carcrossing the intersection going receiving treatment for north on Penns5rlvania S British Hope to Arrange Summit Conference as Early as November LONDON W Prime Minis r Harold Macmillan backed y an overwhelming vote of cpn dence from the British people opes to arrange an EastWest ummit conference as early as next month informants said Macmillan told the nation Fri day night that the sweeping election victory by his Conser vative party meant a mandate to play our full part the constant search for ONE SELLS FOR Pony Sale Here store in the first place Tilles has the parking place has to be in front of the store No matter how elaborate the back entrance no matter how many show windows flank it women just wont go in the back door of a store Tilles has no idea why We try to have three or four shoe stores close said Tilies People like to go from one to the other comparison shopping The stores dont feel that theyre competing theyve found that they all do more business that way However well only have one drug store for Price competition strangely enough doesnt affect adjoin ing stores Delicatessens fancy bakeries and food specialty slops like to up close to the big supermarket that un dersells them all Tilles isnt sure why this ar rangement works for the good of all but it does Possibly be cause the small stores supple the big store providing the frills while the supermarket provides the staples i TIZARD DIES LONDON Henry Thomas Tizard 74 one of the major figures in the British de Ttlopment of radar during World War II died Friday RAMSAY WAS born Aug 1932 to Mr and Mrs Clarenc Ramsay Floyd The famil moved to Osage in 1941 He wa graduated from Osage Hig School in 1949 and from Lora College in 1953 He served i the Army two years At the time of his death h was the regional manager fo Pacific Adhesive with of fices in Osage Platteville Wis and Manning His only survivors are his par ents His brother Joseph wa killed in an accident in 1943 Funeral arrangements are in complete at the Champion Fu neral Home at Osage On the Inside GtfMrai News Page 2 Church News 3 Editorials 4 Society News Maroon and t 11 Mason City 1213 Claar Laka Ntwc 14 Building 1415 North Iowa II FISHY REQUEST INDIANAPOLIS state Budget Committee Friday rejected a request from the state Conservation Depart ment for a little Kinsey sur vey into the reproductive habits offish ularly the nowdefunct Twen Van Dorcn a onelime Co lumbia University English in structor who skyrocketed to fame while winning on TwentyOne consistently has denied any knowledge of the shows being fixed The Na tional Broadcasting with v horn he has a a year contract as a TV commentator suspendedhim two days ago pending a final determination by theHouse inquiry A New Cold Front Heads for Iowa Temperatures around Towa Saturday morning were 15 to 20 degrees higher than those of priday morning But the Weath er Bureau said another cold ront is due to plunge readings o below freezing Sunday morn ng The indications were that eadings would be in the 50s aturday afternoon until the ew cold front Jbcgins moving n and that it would be ac ompanied by a few brief bowers Saturday morning lows anged from 45 degrees at Dav nport to 52 at Des Moines The utlook for Sunday morning was or temperatures in the upper Os in the north to the mid 30s n thesoutheast Fridays highest readings ere from 56degrees at Mason ity to 66 at Council Bluffs Two Mason City men bought the animal that topped the third annual national breed promotion sale of the Pony of the Americas Club in Mason City Charles Bunvell and Milt Lewis paid for a two year old Dragons Little Chief consigned to the sale by Ellis E Dunn Dallas Tex Buyers from 18 states paid for 77 animals sold at the sale That averages out to more than an animal Other top selling animals included Top weanling by Robert Wilson Waterloo to Al Sieleman T a n g a nosie for Top weanling by Robert Corette Butte to Dr W L Munson Cam bridge for Top filly colt Sold by Memory Lane Ranch Mason City to Dare Chamberllin Walla Walla for Top mare Sold by Bud Simmons Caldwell to Duane Gray ONeill for Top by M S Macbeth Twin Falls Idaho to Bob Batte Baton Rouge for Top sold by Kenneth Reisinger Eldora to Jack Krikum Atkinson and the other sold by E E Dunn Dallas to Archie Crabtree Fredericks burg Both stallions sold for in Macmillan has told President Eisenhower privately he favors quick Western action to take ad vantage of Soviet Premier Niki ta Khrushchevs current concil iatory attitude informants said Macmillan also fears too long a delay in setting up toplevel talks could produce new inter national tensions The British consider Novem ber the best month to arrange a summit conference before the American presidential cam paign begins to warm up They are confident Eisenhower will go along with the idea if French President Charles de Gaulle and West German Chancellor Kon rad Adenauer agree But De Gaulle has leaned to ward another prior session of foreign ministers Adenauer reportedly prefers delaying the summit conference until after Eisenhowers visit to the Soviet Union next spring Macmillan constantly hit on the summit theme1 during his reelection campaign that ended Thursday with the Conserva lives thoroughly trouncing Hugh GaitskclPs Labor party Mason City Partly cloudy and much colder Saturday night lows 2830 Partly cloudy and some colder Sunday highs 42 46 Iowa Partly cloudy and much colder Saturday night lows upper 20s northwest to mid 30s southeast Sunday partly cloudy and colder highs in the 40s Further ing cloudiness and warmer Monday Minnesota Cloudy windy cold er Highs Saturday 3240 Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Saturday Maximum 56 Minimum 46 At 8 50 Precipitation trace YEAR AGO Maximum 68 Minimum 35 TOPS SALE Charles Burwell holds at the saleand went to Ellis E the pony he and Milt LeWis left Dallas Tex Both Burwell and Lewis bought for at the national Pony are from Mason City The animal is a of Americas Club sale in Mason City Friday The price was the highest paid twoyearold stallion called Dragons Little Chief and doubling their the House of Commons With only two of the 630 dis tricts unreported the Conserva tives won 364 seats compared with 258 for Labor and 5 for the Liberals Of the two remain ing contests one is expected to go Conservative the other Liberal In winning their third straight national the Conser vatives piled up per cent of the vote to for the Laborites Swift Union in New Strike Talks CHICAGO ff Swift Co representatives renewed talks with officials of two unions Sat urday in efforts to end a 35day strike of workers at Swift plants in 34 cities The unions the United Packinghouse Work ers and the Amalgamated Meat Cutters have signed contracts with Armour and other leading meat packers calling for a 15 cent hourly wage boost over two years Swift balked at put ting the wage boost into effect in seven Southern plants and several other phases of a pro posed new contract Four Waterloo Clubs Raided WATERLOO from the Black Hawk County Attorneys office assisted by Waterloo city police raided four key clubs Saturday and made two arrests Arrested and charged with il legal possession of liquor were CharlesEbert 57 Cedar Falls and Marshall Dean Abbe 31 Waterloo Both are free on bond Authorities seized about 150 bottles Ebert is the proprietor of the TiPi Tin Club and Abbe of the Colony Club TURKEYS ARRIVE BREMERHAVEN Germany unloaded the U S refrigerator ship Blue Jacket Saturday after it ar rived with turkeys des tined for American troops io Europe on Thanksgiving Day SfME   

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