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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 1, 1959, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edittd for ttw CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION The VOL 98 Associated Press and United Press ntereatiOBa FuU Newspaper That Mokes All North lowans Neighbors MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY DECEMBER 1 Cow ThU Paper Two On No 41 Americans swindled at homes Workathome schemes hurt low income class EDITORS NOTE This is one of a series of articles on schemers and gypers reaping greedy profits to the old saw that a sucker is born every By BERNARD GAVZER NEW YORK youre a widow shutin or just a house wife with a yen to make a little extra cash while at home There are ways to do some sensible some just schemes dreamed up by sharp ies for their own enrichment and not yours There are hundreds of these earnmoneyathome reports the National Better Business Bureau Millions of people are swindled each year in schemes that take about 500 million dollars from people who can least afford THE BUREAU isv quick to point out that there are legiti mate operations which do pro vide work and income j Mow can an innocent person tell the difference Miss Irene dynes the NBBB expert on such matters says AAElroy resigns Gates named defense boss AP Photofax Get suspicious of anything go HOURS IN Shelton Anthony Jr of the Air Forces Research and Development Com mand slumps in the experimental seat he used for 80 hours and 36 minutes while flying a B47 a dis tance of miles The feat was a record nonstop flight for a doubling the old endurance mark set four years ago Purpose of the flight was to test the new seat and other equipment designed to help man endure long space flights that promises rewards which are not spelled out Dont fall for stunts which require you to buy material or equipment with out understanding exactly how this will guarantee that you will earn money In other words be fore you invest How do some of these untrust worthy schemes work One claims S100 a month can be made by doing assembly work at home The victim buys a kit for 32 to assemble identifi cationneck chains and tags The work consists of attaching 24 inches of chain to a connector and running it through a hole in the tag The promoter doesnt Plane crash kills 24 Airliner hits mountainside MONTONSVILLE Pa An Allegheny Airlines plane crashed into a moun tain Tuesday while attempting an instrument landing in a snowstorm Three of the 25 aboard were found alive but two died shortly after reaching the hospital The plane was enroute from Philadelphia to Cleveland Ohio It struck Eagle Mountain about midway from the top Tom Schadt a salesman said he saw the twinengine plane approach the WilliamsportMon toursviile airport turn away for a new landing try and then head directly toward the nearby mountains in this central Penn sylvania area I HEARD THE pilot gun his Schadt said A sec ond or two later there was a gigantic In Pakistan ExNavy official moved up Major post in Cabinet buy the finished he leads victims to believe The President to see a cricket match WASHINGTON ij5VPresident Eisenhower will go to a cricket match in Pakistan Dec 8 in his role as good will ambassador abroad That same day Eisenhower will board a helicopter for an hourlong aerial inspection of that Asian nations capital Kara chi Among other things the flight will provide a look at a big housing project constructed with American financial help The cricket match and the copter flight are crowded into a busy Eisenhower schedule during his Dec 79 visit to Karachi on the 19day trip he begins day evening to 11 nations in Europe Asia and Africa The White House Tuesday announced the Presidents planned activities in the Pak istan city and Tehran Iran Dec 14 Another announcement late Monday dealt with his stay AP Photofax victim is supposed to try to sell them for SI each in Rome first slop on the 000mile tour EISENHOWER WILL arrive in Italys capital at midday Friday and remain until Sun clav morning He will confer President Gronchi and THEN THERES the business of selling instructions or home work ideas for SI For example a course on renovating old ties consists of ltalian offidai5 bc guest rut out thc soiled part and sew hosl at lunchcons and din the two pieces together visU lhc Qf course on candy making SjUnknovvh Soldicr and have a merely instruction on how to Sabbalh audiencc wUn Pope around selling candy to neighJohn xxm bcfore flvins on to bors The schemes selling equip as knitting machines out the promise that earn ings will more than take care of the purchase price The vic tim finds out too late that the promoter has an out when it comes to buying the finished product The product must be acceptable or up to our An Air Force helicopter pilot searching for the plane radioed that he had sighted it Its a complete wreckage except for the tail section which is in he reported The copter pilot not identi fied said he could seeonepas senger still strapped to a seat high up in a tree In Washington an airlines spokesman said an Air Force sergeant whose name was not obtained was dropped from the helicopter and picked up the one survivor who was taken to a Williamsport hospital The helicopter from Olm stead Air Force Base at Har risburg returned to the crash scene with doctors from Wil liamsport and brought out two more injured persons ALLEGHENY Airlines has carried passengers since 1949 without a fatal accident In the last two years it has won na tional awards for safe opera tions Montoursvillc is about 90 miles north of Harrisburg the state capital Eagle Mountain lies between Highway 15 DISC JOCKEY WONT OPEN MOUTH probe of the payola racket in the record Disc jockey Alan Freed extoller of business Shown with his wife Inga rock n roll and selfstyled king of the DJs refused to waive his immunity in connection with a New York grand jury Freed declined to testify under rules whereby his words could be used against him Air Force all but its B70 bomber program Mason City Mostly fair Tues day night and Wednesday Colder Tuesday night lows 20 24 Warmer Wednesday highs 3842 Iowa Scattered light rain or snow east diminishing Tuesday night cloudiness and Turkey After the Ankara visit the President will go on to Paki stan arriving the afternoon on Dec 7 There will be a cere monial welcome at the Karachi airport and Eisenhower and Pakistans president A y u b Khan will arrive at the hosts home in a horsedrawn car riage somewhat colder lows 2028 Generally fair Wednesday warmer northwest highs 38 48 Further outlook Partly cloudy Thursday Minnesota Mostly cloudy cool er Highs Wednesday 2535 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Tuesday and the community of Muncy State Police described the vis ibility as practically The Air Force helicopter lo cated the plane about some two hoursafter the Martin due at the airport David L Miller vice presi dent of the line said 19 persons boarded the craft in Philadel phia Six got off in Harrisburg and nine passengers boarded there APART FROM discussion of and it rarely is The investigating a post card addressing and area prob report home workers would hems with Pakistani officials make an average of 45 cents during his stay Iwill watch tribal dances speak jat a civic reception and place a wreath at the tomb of M A Jinnah the founder of Paki stan The cricket match at the Na tional Stadium in Karachi will be between teams representing Maximum Minimum At S a m Precipitation JYEAR AGO Maximum Minimum NAILING DOWN such un scrupulous operators on criminal charges is no easy task They are clever in their promotidns and operate within the frame work of the law To prove fraud for instance tough to do 6 And thats and Eisen can you protect yourself shower will watch the play for 39 30 33 trace 27 17 WASHINGTON The Air Force Tuesday all but canceled the B70 heavy bomb er program It cut the program on which about half a billion dollars has been spent to date back to a smallscale development pro ject to produce a It was indicated the reduced program would result in a couple of planes the first to make its test flight in about 1963 The B70 a chemicallyfueled plane designed to fly at three times the speed of sound was originally planned as a re placement for the B52 heavy intercontinental bomber North American Aviation Co holds the major contract Genera Electric was responsi ble for the J93 advanced jet engine designed to power the bomber Other major aircraft com panies and electronic firms were heavily involved in the B70 Lockheed Boeing and Chance Vought had major sub contracts The Air Force said that the work being done by these three companies would be turned over to North Ameri can for the greatlyreduced de velopment program The Force said the de cision terminated some con tracts connected with the B70 Among the canceled subcon tracts were those with Inter national Business Machines for the bombnavigation sys tem with Westinghouse Elec tric for defensive subsystems and with Motorola for traffic control Officials estimated that re duction of the B70 program to a strictly development project would save the Air Force about S85 million in the fiscal 1961 budget for use in its mis siles program Champion steer goes for Osage boy runnerup gets FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON President Eisenhower Tuesday announced the resignation of Defense Sec retary Neil H McElroy and named Undersecretary Thomas S Gates Jr to succeed him The announcement came after National Security Council meeting where President presented the Medal of Free dom to McElroy in recognition of his outstanding service to his country and his dedication to his McElroys resignation was ef fective Tuesday IN AN EXCHANGE of letterx between McElroy and Eisen hower made public by the White House McElroy said sonal reasons of an urgent na ture necessitated his resigna tion after two years in the top defense job He said he would leave the department with feelings of deep McEiroy 54 plans to return to Procter Gamble the soap manufacturing firm he headed before joining the Eisenhower Cabinet in 1957 In his letter accepting the resignation the President ex pressed deep appreciation for McELroys distinguished serv He said he was indeed sorry that personal considera tions compel your departure from the government at this The President said that ha was thankful that McElroy left for his successor a department that will continue to reflect the very beneficial changes effected under your energetic leader GATES 53 A former Phila delphia investment banker was undersecretary of the Navy from 1953 to 1957 and secretary of the Navy from 1957 until earlier this year when he was named to succeed the late Don ald A Quarles as No 2 defense man Gates is a Republican McElroy now 55 has presided over the Pentagon longer than any other secretary of defense except Charles E Wilson who served years McElroy took over in the fall of 1957 as Wil sons successor On the inside Page 4 Society News 89 Clear Lake News 10 Sports 1112 Latest 13 Mason City News 1415 Comics 17 Farm News 19 North Iowa News 22 New Sharon tot 5 victim of accident N E W SHAtfON to Joyce stockyards Kullin 5 daughter of Mr and Mrs Roger Muilin of near New baron was killed Monday night vhen she was struck by a car on Highway 63 Officers said he giri was walking along the lighway about one mile south of icrc when she was hit by a ve nclc driven by Paul Sidney Lewis 27 Oskaloosa CHICAGO The grand champion steer of the Interna tional Live Stock Exposition was sold at auction for 521 a pound Tuesday but the buyer later uppcd the price to You can get authoritative in formation on the subject by writing the Small Business Ad ministration of the De partment of Commerce Wash ington Ask for business service bulletins Nos 95 and 98 Public libraries have numerous books which have ideas sug gestions and procedures for making money at home Next The vending machine about a halfhour SAME The extra 60 cents was to mark the 60th anniversary of the big cattle show in Chicagos The S2l price at which the traditional auction closed was the third highest ever paid at theinternational THE SUMMER yearling calf lost 15 pounds from its official weight of pounds on Sat urday when it was acclaimed the nations outstanding steer It was bought by the Howard Johnson restaurant chain and it was the third international grand champion bought by the firm The reserve grand champion second best steer in the show was sold for a pound to the PigglyWiggly Rock ford 111 The Here with the 60 ccntsapound prefoni was shown by Sherman 0 mium thc Aberdeen Angus Black Jewel brought its young coowner Roy Maass Rcmsen Iowa a total of 356 Shermans 11yearold brother Kendrick The lad tipped the scale at an even 100 quivalent to S285 worth of prize beef Thus the total price was The price paid for Black Jewel which first won the steer championship of the junior feed ing contest and then went on to take the shows top award com pared with the record S30 a pound paid in 1957 and in 1958 The 1957 and 1958 steers also were shown by junior ex hibitors Berg 18 Osage Iowa Berg also got a premium The buyer Sam Osbornc said he would pay also for thc weight of Iowa City trucker killed in accident MARENGO Alfred Graham 31 Iowa City died early Tueseday when trapped in the flaming cab his gaso line transport which went off Highway 212 and struck a tree about two miles west of here Authorities said Graham ap parently fell asleep at the wheel of the truck BANK THEFT BENNETT W The Bennett State Bank was entered and about was taken Monday night The money was taken from a change tray outside the vault which was not entered ROY MAASS AND BLACK JEWELL THE BIDDING for ewcl opened at S6 a Black pound vhich show officials said was he highest opener on record After the steer went for even Ellard Pfaelzer repre enting the restaurant chain in he auction said he would add 50 cents a pound to mark the hows anniversary and in re urn for a kiss from Maass fi ancee The girl Darlene Hanscn 21 appeared in the auction ring THOMAS GATES JR To deactivate Iowa squadron WASHINGTON An F86 interceptor squadron based at with Maass and his calf the Sioux City Iowa municipal airport will be deactivated in Black Jewel is jointlyowned lhc thc Air Forcc said by Roy 21 and his Monday night Wayne 23 Thc S21 a pound compared with S27 a hundred pounds 27 cents a pound paid Monday for prime steers in the Chicago cattle market Both the 1957 and 1958 grand champion steers were by junior exhibitors The Air Force said how ever that it plans to continue to operate its semiautomatic ground environment radar de tection center at the airport No specific date for the de activation of the interceptor squadron has been set the Air Force said
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