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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 7, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for the VOL H AMoeUttd United PreM oisi CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The News paper That Makes All North lowans Neighbors ruli wtrei MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY DECEMBER 7 1959 7e Copy This Paper Consist of Two SectioBsSeeiloa HOME EDITION No M Pakistan saves best reception for President Eisenhower North lowans Crash Crowd of 1 million shouts welcome KARACHI Pakistan Iff A million cheering Pakistanis by official estimate gave President Eisenhower Monday the most thunderous reception ever accorded a foreign visitor Shouting waving people packed the streets and the roads from the airport as Eisenhower arrived from Turkey on the third stop of his mission of peace The President was deeply moved by the outpouring of affec and called the welcome said James C Hagerty White House press secretary Grinning with delight the American President stood erect in the back of a white convert ible and waved to the colorfully One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO HOI Ames 610 Sundlj fuejday WTAD Qulncj 930 Tbon WSUI City 19IBI Featherbedding is it real or is it fantasy TERM FEATHERBED ding was originated more than half a century ago but it didnt come into common use until recent times While it is difficult of precise definition it means using more manpow er than is required to do a giv en job While there are probably other versions about how it came into being the one most widely accepted is that it re sulted from a complaint by Rock Island railroaders about their corncobfilled caboose mattresses a half century ago What do you want feather beds their trainmaster is supposed to have responded in chiding tones Whether thats correct or even approximately correct the fact remains that the term has been applied to railroading justly or unjustly more than to any other line of endeavor clad Pakistanis jampacked along his route into Pakistans largest city Each lime the American vis itorwaved his hat the crowds responded with delighted roars of welcome EISENHOWER long life to vast throngs roared over and over The teeming city of two million was festooned for carnival The Stars and Stripes and Pakistans green and white crescent banner waved on all sides from poles and triumphal arches A host of streamers of every color of the rainbow added to the brilliance of the scene Karachi definitely was happy to see Ike and Ike to see the city and its people Thousands of Pakistanis pushed and shoved their way into the jroad corner square near the U S Embassy where the President and his host President Moham med AyubKhan changed from the automobile to a stately red and gold presidential coach drawn by six spanking black horses Then the majestic slow procession made its way to the presidential residence w h ere Eisenhower will make his head quarters for his 40hour stay THE PRESIDENTS big or angenosed jet airliner touched down at Mauripur Air Force Base right on schedule at after a flight from Ankara Turkey A dozen victims Charles City is scene AP Photoiax CARRIAGE RIDE IN PAKISTAN President Eis enhower waves to the crowd as he stands alongside Pakistans President Mohammed Ayub Khan in a horsedrawn carriage The noisy scene was snapped en route to the presidential palace in Karachi And right now would be a jet fighters of the Pak good time for me to make it clear that the questionhas two sides In this commentary I shall try to stay in the neutral corner as much as possible I have no wish to convict or acquit anybody I have a good story to tell and I hope I can be objective in the telling SINCE THE BEGINNING of our machine age there has been a haunting fear that each new laborsaving device would mean lost jobs for workers It was so when the steamboat supplanted the sailing vessel when the train encroached on the steam boat when the railroad brought down the curtain on stage coaches Now its airborne vs earthbound transportation The cotton gin struck terror in the hearts of the thousands istani air force escorted the Church group opposes radioTV censoring WASHINGTON r5VA spokesman for the Protestant churches of America said Monday there should be no censorship of indi Al lived in Rudd area Three men of the Rudd area were killed instantly about Monday in a onecar accident on High way 18 miles east of Charles City They were Louis Moeller 24 Rudd Norman Melcher 21 ofj near Rudd and Robert F Frankson near Rockford The men were among nine lowans who died as a result of traffic accidents over the week end DEPUTY SHERIFF L L Lane said the car ran off the road and struck a steel cover ing over a culvert leading into a farm driveway It flipped over and landed on the other side of the driveway Lane said the car was owned by Frankson but Melcher was driving at the time of the mis hap He apparently fell asleep a I the wheel It was believed the three men CAR IN WHICH 3 NORTH IOWANS DIED Mason City Increasing cloudi ness and warmer Monday night lows 2024 Cloudy and turning colder Tuesday highs 3236 President on the last 50 miles of his journey Eisenhower also took with him from Turkey memories of the greatest reception ever given a foreign visitor to the Turkish capital Bands played men danced and people shouted yash yasha long live as the President went by standing bare headed in an open limousine His arms were outspread in greet ing am he told Turk ish President Celai Bayer at a state dinner Sunday night that the United States with other friends and allies will continue to support the economic develop ment and security of Turkey I am certain this combined effort will be successful because vidual radio and television programs What is needed is the will to enforce and the will to obey existing laws said James W Wine associate general secre tary of the National Council of Churches of Christ Wine appeared along with spokesmen for Roman Catholic and Jewish church groups as the Federal Communications Commission opened a weeklong hearing to get public views on what it should do about radio and television programming The commission always has contended it has no authority over program content Disclo sure of quiz show fixing and other alleged irregularities Aged Sioux Cityon victim of exposure SIOUX CITY body of George Junk 80 was found in a shallow ditch at the north edge of the city Sunday Au thorities said Junk wandered away from a nursing home last Thursday and apparently died of exposure Thursday night Junk retired in 1946 as assist ant vide president and credit manager of McKesson and Rob Pretty reasonable who had been doing its task no power on earth no evH no laboriously by hand In my own threat can frustrale a people of profession the advent of the linotype was resented by the oldtime printer who stuck type by hand This story has been repeated in a hundred other fields Almost without exception the worst fears have proved base less Each new laborsaving de vice paradoxically enough has seemed to call for more work ers not fewer Nor is that all Machines have meant more of everything They have produced the American way of life Theyve given us our bounty But all this is out of the past Were in a new day Mechaniza tion may be giving way on a wide scale to automation Theres grave fear that auto mation will eliminate not only human hands but human minds that robots will skeletonize our industries At least some sta tistical support for this fear can be adduced THIS CONSIDERATION has been present in a very real though little publicized way in the steel strike stalemate The word featherbedding was studiously avoided by spokes men for management but th practices they sought authority to change plainly fell within th accepted meaning of that term borrowed from the transporta tion industry The term was used in connec tion with the recent strike o longshoremen on the At CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 brought demands for action The FCC then called the hear ings to determine whether it had authority over programs or whether ask Congress to add to its powers The FCC has wielded only in direct control through its power to renew or refuse to renew broadcasting licenses depend ing on how acceptably the sta tionoperated in thepublic in On the inside Editorials 4 Society News Clear Lake News 12 Sports 1516 North Iowa News 18 Mason City News Comics 24 Latest Markets 27 bins a wholesale drug firm here MRS COSTELLO DIES HOLLYWOOD Cos were returning from a profes sional football game played Sunday at Chicago Lane said souvenirs from the game were found in the car Melcher was the son of Mr and Mrs Raymond Melcher Rudd Also surviving is a broth er Roger He was graduated from Rudd High School in 1955 had served two years in the Armed Forces and was em ployed by Oliver Corp Funeral arrangements are tentatively planned for Thursday at the rlauser Funeral Home Charles ty MOELLER IS survived by his mother Mrs Gertie Moel ler and a brother Paul rural Rudd Funeral services are ten tatively set for Wednesday at the Sheckler Funeral Home Nora Springs Frankson was the foster son of Mr and Mrs Wilbur Witzel rural Rockford His funeral Iowa Increasing clou dines central and east night lows in the 20s Cloud and turning colder Tuesdaj highs 32 northwest to 40 souti east Further cloudy and mild Wednesday FiveDay Iowa Temperatures for the week will average three to five degrees 1 above seasonal normals with highs about 40 and average lows about 22 There willbe no precipitation the weather bu reau said Minnesota Mostly cloudy turn ing colder Highs Tuesday in 30s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Monday Mother 27 found dead in garage CHARLES James L Chapman 27 was found dead n a car in the garage at he lome here Monday morning She was the wife a Charle Cityfireman County Coroner Dr W C Baltzell ruled the deathacci dental by carbon monoxide poi soning Mrs Chapmans body was Maximum Minimum 27 9 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Sunday Maximum 26 Minimum 12 win be Thursday tcn tello widow of comedian eol af Lou Costello died Saturday ap parently of a heart attack She had been under a doctors care since her husbands death last March 3 tatively set at the Rudd Meth odist Church Other weekend victims in cluded Mrs Frank Washburn of near Hornick who was killed Sunday A nip in the air over all of Iowa It was nippier than usual in outdoor Iowa Monday Morning temperatures dropped to 9 above at Mason City but ranged up to 23 at Sioux City and Coun cil Bluffs The outlook for Tuesday morning is for readings in the found by her husband In addition to her husband she is survived by two children Sharrie 6 and Evelyn 4 her parents two brothers and a sis ter Funeral arrangements are in complete at the Grossmann Hage Funeral Home 57 lives lost in European storms LONDON W Blizzards and storms of gale force raging across the Atlantic and half a dozen nations of Europe were believed to have claimed 57 lives Monday The largest toll was in Greece where a ferry boat was upset by squalls on an artificial lake Twenty men drowned Lives of 31 men may have been lost in three ships off the coasts of Britain and Portugal Sen Aikens son CHEER FUND GOAL Wa Tan Ye Club II The Rev Alfred K Malone Friendly Birthday Club Mr and Mrs Edwin Mascia Club CroninDexter Auxiliary Phoenician Club Mrs A Council of Social Agencies GlobeGmiette From a friend Midland Club Study Club Vomen of the Moose Chapter No 870 Abundavita Customers First days total Amount slill needed Givine days left S night when the car her husband 20s The Weather Bureau said was driving overturned on a there would be no precipitation rural road north of Hornick Her husband 65 was taken to a Sioux City hospital with chest injuries and reported in fair condition of consequence this week and that temperatures are expected to be slightly above seasonal normals SAME victim of crash WASHINGTON N H Slate Police reported Monday that the only son of Sen George D Aiken RVt and one of two companions were dead in the wreckage of their light plane which crashed Sunday on a flight from Manchester to Springfield Vt Drug prices probe opened WASHINGTON UPI A leading drug manufacturer Monday defended prices charged for modern drugs as pretty reasonable and said they represent a contribution by consumers to medical progress Francis C Brown president of Schcring Bloomfield made the statement as a Senate antimonopoly sub committee opened an investi gation of drug prices Con sumers m u s t contribute their share to research he said Brown said his companys prices are not excessive and its products are In his testimony he said this is proven by the ready ac ceptance given them by the medical At the outset of the hearing Chairman Estes Kefauver D Tenn served notice that he will prescribe new legislation if the group finds that drug prices are too high Brown said that Schering had spent many millions in its research program and cited the fact that a new develop ment in the alleviation of heart and kidney diseases will be announced in Philadelphia this week Brown said also that his company cannot expand its markets by lowering prices After he said we can not put two bottles of medi cine in every medicine chest where only one is needed or two people in every hospital bed when only one is sick Marketing medicine is a far cry from marketing soft drinks or The initial phase of the hearings will center on the drugs widely used in the treat mcnt of rheumatic diseases Kefauver said in a statement REINHARD C VESS 57 Ce dar Rapids who was killed and his wife seriously injured Sat urday in a threecar crash on Highway 30 eight miles west of Cedar Rapids Amos L Jacobs of near Pow ersville who died Saturday when his pickup truck collided with a car on a rural road sev en miles north of Charles City Thomas Cowan CO Center Point who died in a hospital Friday night of injuries suffered when his car rolled over on Highway 150 north of Cedar Rapids Mary Phol 85 Cedar Rapids who was killed in a twocar col lision at a Cedar Rapids street intersection Max Hanfi 39 Nichols serv ice station operator who died in an Iowa City hospital Friday night of injuries suffered in a traffic accident Nov 1 which killed his partner Walter Juel HEADS CHIROPODISTS DES MOINES WVDr R E Holdeman Cedar Rapids Sun day was named presidentelect of the Assn Iowa State Chiropody AP Phoxoiax HONOR GUARD REVIEWED An honor guard at Esenboga Airport in Ankara Turkey is reviewed by President Eisenhower before taking off for Kar achi Pakistan Ike spent 17 hours in the Turkish capital his second stop on his 11nation tour of Eu rope and Asia Cheer Fund off to a good start IFTS from gener ous individ u a 1 s and organizations totaled S307 for the first day of the Chr i s t m a 3 Cheer Fund cam paign This is an exccll e n t begin ning It leaves 693 to be raised in the remaining 15 days to reach the goal As usual Wa Tan Ye Club came through with a large do nation setting the pattern for other service clubs in the com munity This club carries on a year around program of com munity service IT WILL BE NOTED that GlobeGazette and its top execu tives are also among the first donors showing that we are thorough believers in the cause Contributions from various de partments of this newspaper are expected to make their appear ance later Another organization that has always been a loyal supporter of this project is the Council of Social Agencies which again made a substantial gift Another large contribution came from Herluf Jasperson 683 3rd Place S E The dona ion was made in the name of Customers Other clubs that through the years have been supporting the Cheer Fund are also in the days list MEN WOM E N children groups organizations business firms churches and schools can have a part helping to pile up the packages in Santas armi J   

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