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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 4, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXI Prew and United fna Full Lease Seven CenU a Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JULY 4 WS ThU ol Two NO m One Mans Opinion A Radio Comrotntary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO I13WO 3 13 Suadmj HTAD Qutacy WOL Amu WO Thuridiy How to Land and Hold a Job VERY spring 1 sort of keep my eye peeled to see what com mencement speaker comes up with thr best advice for the curj rent crop of high school or college graduates Its a Im a selfappointed expert on this more distinguished by platitudes than by gems of scholarliness This year my search w a s rewarded in a downtoearth talk1 given by Henry B du Pont a vice president of the great Corporation whose name hej bears He was talking to the seni lors at LaSalle College Philadeli phia best known for the moment at least by reason of its outstand ing basketball teams Immediately some will suspect a1 connection between that magic name du Pont and the position of responsibility be holds There could be something more than a coincidence involved There are aj lot of du Fonts in Delaware andj there are a lot of du Fonts in E I du Pont de Nemours pany Inc An Appealing Title But Td rather you wouldnt jump at any conclusions along this line Im asking you to judge Henry B du Fonts advice to 1955 graduates on its own merits His talk in cidentally bore an eyearresting title How to Make a Hit With the He had four concrete easy tounderstand suggestions The first on his list was cred ited to his renowned uncle the late Pierre S du Pont and it came to light after his death last year It was contained in a letter written to a young man who was just en 15 Dead on Iowa Highways RED DISPLAY Russians Put on Air Power Show By KENNETH BRODNEY MOSCOW More than 400 planes including a new jet air liner and new types of jet fighters and longrange bombers flashedjg over Moscow Sunday in the greatest display of airpower in the his tory of the Soviet air force The annual air show staged by the Red air force indicated the Soviet Union may have caught up with and perhaps surpassed the United States in many fields modern military and civilian air craft design I Unveiled for the first time was a flashing fourengined jet airliner that placed Russia firmly in the race for supremacy in civilian jet flight The Soviet Unions first all AP wirepboto DEFENSE AGAINST Harold Fahrlander left and Mrs John Ritonya Omaha shield their heads m jo i wth kitchen Pans as tne venture into the joint back yard wnere a Pair divebombing robins one shown upper i right have built a nest in a peach tree The robins attack all who come near the tree in which their two offspring are cradled SENATE DEMOCRATIC LEADER Johnson Stricken With Heart Attack WASHINGTON serious heart attack suffered by Senate Dem ocratic Leader Lyndon B Johnson was generally regarded Monday Waterfront Strike Ends in Britain jet foureiigined transport it is ex pected to be named the Ilyushin20 after aircraft designer Sergei yushin Intercontinental Bomber Also making their public debutto the docks Monday after a stop were a turboprop intercontinental that idled hundreds of ships1 bomber a twinjet allweather for six weeks and cost the nation fighter a supersonic of pounds in trade fighter and a troopcarrying twin The strikers had gained virtually LONDON wa terfront strikers streamed back rotor helicopter j nothing from their walkout Thej a degree of air Syjtional squabbles that marked the mington a secretary for air duringstrike In Washington Sen Stuart Syjwent back in full force this morn mington DMo said the displaying but many were bewildered fDgry result of the fac1 CHECK FOR Sanders Azusa a nPPTPP nf flir cunrpmarv checks the mystery hole at the home of George Di Peso with a geiger counter to determine if it is radio active A hose at the De Peso home started burrowinginto the ground Thursday and is now down 18 feet As yet it is still a mystery as to what is pulling the hose into the ground A group of unidentified boys watch Sanders with the counter 8 Killed in 1 Mishap at Iowa City Drownings Take Six Persons By The Associated Press Iowa Monday counted its most tragic Fourth of July weekend I death toll in history including at least 15 persons killed in highway I of them in one crash near Iowa City The 13 traffic deaths Sunday was the worst single day for highway fatalities in Iowa history The pre vious record of 12 was set Aug 30 1941 and matched July 12 1953 In addition six persons died by drowning and five others in mis cellaneous accidents since the long weekend started at 6 Friday And the mammoth death toll could rise The long weekend does not end until midnight Monday Eight in One The eight d aths in the crash 15 miles west of Iowa City was be to be the worst single two the Truman administration called on the Eisenhower administration to give the American people the The show was witnessed by members of the foreign diplomatic corps their air and military at Dockers quickly formed up into gangs to dear some 170 ships ly ing idle at London Hull Man chester Liverpool Birkenhead Rochester and Garston But the rift between the North ern and Southern strike factions aches and thousands of Russianjin the National Amalgamated civilians The Yugoslav and TnriianStnuorlnrps inrl civilians The Yugoslav and Indian chiefs of air staff attended as spe cial guests of the government Photographs were permitted only during the civilian part of the dem onstration Foreign ministry offi cials confiscated pictures snapped Stevedores and Dockers Union re mained In the London area the strikers had voted earlier to return if the Northern groups did likewise Not until Sunday night did the North em ports agree tering the business world Here it as unlikely to have much effect on Congress accomplishments for thePf the military planes The strike begaas a jurisdic 15 u u v j T I rest of the session j Show Highlights I tional struggle by dockers union to j lake the job nobody else wantSj Johnson stricken late Saturday was described by the Bethesda Highlights of the show included j gain equal bargaining rights on the o do Naval Medical Center Monday as still in serious condition A 12plane formation of the bigwaterfronts with the big Transport Does asked Henry B du The hospital said the senator bombers which j and General Workers Union Pont in his talk to the o m f o r t a b 1 e throughout MidHlphiir Va shonf an hnnre start3ed Western air attaches at At the height of the stride more seem like a negative approach It added he is in a He begantbe May Day ah show last year than men were out but memi And in answering his own mood this morning and his conto suff r around the heart lwben one model flew bers of TGWU which opposed the tion he suggested that maybe hisldition is IA jocai physician diagnosed the the West as t3ie Bison the strike stayed on the job uncle had meant it less literally A spokesman said that meant hisneart and had Johnsonjbombers appear to be in mass pro ITALIANS CHANCES GOOD Segni Attempts to Form Government By WEBB McKINLEY ROME Antonio Segni embarked Monday fintl if rtOtl rtrt rl ws nnt car accident on record in the state Dead in the crash were identi fied as Mrs Clarence Wichmann 26 and her three daughters Donna Jean 5 Ruth Ann 3 and Jeanne 1 Homestead Max Williams 31 his wife Vivian 28 and their daughter jLisa 2 of Moline 111 i Earl Lowry 63 who reportedly was a cook for the Williamses The only survivors of the tragic smashup were Clarence Wichmann 30 a farmer and husband of Mrs Wichmann and Randy Lee Wil jliams 7 son of Mr and Mrs Wil jliams Wichmann was reported in criti jcal condition at University Hospi itals in Iowa City with head injur ies and broken ribs The Williams than it may Soft Jobs Easily Filled There he added many young men and women looking for general physical condition has to Bethesda hospital mamed substantially the same fort There it wag the last 24 hours attack was Deep Regrets I severe duction A formation of seven longrange fourengined turboprop bombers FLAMES ON ETNA CATANIA Sicily tf Sicilians believed capable of refuelling hi from awav could but that Johnson was responding flames jetting 300 feet into the air the the Turboprop bombjthere to be no immedi must take the sour with the sweet crats and Republicans came The employe who will undertake Passions of regret whatever needs doing and do it Position as majority leader SOUADRON REPLACED cheerfully is bound to make a charge of steering legislation fith w any boss through the Senate will be filled The Etna for possibly other of success were termed good i listed as fair Told by President Giovanni Gronchi to report by Tuesday whether Despite Patrol Are Wary e a better mentioned by Mr du Pont was ai related is related to the Scluadron fliinK Sabreer fighters apparently in mass Fighter Inproduction It was their first pub ers are believed capable of deliviate cause for alarm sring atomic or hydrogen bombs would on another of its ramj They are wary of Segnis legis A flight of 50 new needlenosed twinjet radarequipped all weathj he can pick a cabinet to succeed Premier Mario Scelbas government which collapsed 12 days ago ni arranged meetings with Liberal party leaders to bargain for their backing The Liberals have posed the main threat to the leftofcenter Christian Democrats efforts to or ganize a fourparty cabinet Vacationers Jam Clear Lake Over July 4 Holiday CLEAR Clear Lake was crowd crow weex lative record particularly his L M T i f t jthorship of Italys ambitious Monda s Julv 4 cele eader emenfUed mfor Tets terceptor Squadron on Formosa he appearance underwent a Sdnev stone Sundaylhe Air Force a KldnO stone first What you can give is more im joperation and was absent from the Senate for more than six weeks Mondav The Weather A 111 I TU 1 AiTT f portant to you in the long run than Thanf ln part to Johnson ef what you can get orts tfle Senale IS wel1 on That needs some explaining and its load yearTime and Fm going to let Mr du Pont he has obtained unanimous j agreements to limit debate on mea This principle is particularlviures which ordinarily could have City Fair and hot important at this time when to tie the Senate up companies are competing for the m debate for a week or more services of competent people and emphasizing the attractions they offer in the way of benefits priv ileges and pay If you are in the position of Few Problems Left Since few knotty legislative prob 1 e m s remain most observers thought Johnsons absence for the remainder of the session would weighing an offer I urgeToii tonave Iittle effect on the progress flsk What can I offer ratherjof Eisenhowers program in Con than What am I offered In thelgrcssor on rival Democratic pro long run what you can give are aiming for ad be the factor that determines your of Congress by the end progress your opportunity this montn j Johnson 48 was stricken late CONTINUED ON PACE 2 Saturday while visiting a friend Iowa Fair and humid Minnesota Fair and warmer Globe Gazette weather data up o it HOT to 8 day Maximum Minimum At 8 Precip YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum Mon 92 66 80 02 7 Rescued From Clear Lake When Motor Boat Sinks reform program Segni 64 may try to form a cabinet without the Liberals if they The two youngsters withjrefuse their support He would in jthe Daw Crockett caps in theelude Christian Democrats Social I J T AJ bra tion Spectators lined both sides of the The huge highway death toll piled up despite a newlyinaugurated aerial patrol of Iowas highways by the State Highway Patrol which had been reported as working out very State safety officials had pre dicted in advance that the holiday weekend might bring a total of 10 deaths There were seven fatalities in last years twoday Fourth of July weekend A state highway patrolman Ralph Garthwaite 34 of Harlan iDemocrats and Republicans And Almost street Monday morning for the pawas tner traffic victims rade that started from the SurfjSaturday and Sunday Ballroom and finished in the busij Garthwaite was killed Saturday in the collision of his patrol car and an automobile driven by Gene ness district available cottage vi c j rtJUlvcH tVcTV aVdUaUlc COlia e u Day banner are David Nesje room and motel was haviL Scbreiner 26 of Lincoln ne TM of the far left Socialists capacity business with vacanion a DriciSe mues northeast i CLEAR LAKE Seven Deslson of Mr and Mrs Thomas Moines vacationers were Teas jpi 2nd NW here late Sunday afternoon aftr the inboard motor boat in which they were riding sprang a leak and sank in about 18 feet of water The Roy Hunt family and friends including two small children were found clinging to the sides of the sinking boat and floating on cush ions by Mr and Mrs Arthur Arms bury of Clear Lake The Armsburys took the children in their boat while the rest of the DCS Moines people clung to the side left 7 son of Mr and Mrs Richard A Nesje 103 27th afld stalin Peace Prize and Gregory Tea Segni to take that course speech Sunday night at Peru cies at a premium Both State were jammed Sunday j of Woodbine on Highway 30 Other highway fatalities Sunday of the Armsbury boat until help ar 80 68 jrived SAME DATE1954270 IU death in put 24 bnnrM Segni Praised included Arlo Huff 12 son of Mr and swimmers Fishermen sailboaters s u r f boarders and just plain boat ridjMrs Huff of near Shipley iers combined to give the lake aistruck bv a car as he and MS Praising Segni as an o busUing activjty ciearjcousin walked along a country of social Nenni said he Uke golf course was alsoreportedroad to an evening church ser crowded vlce But the crowds behaved them selves throughout the holiday po lice reported No arrests had been29 made up to Monday morning CABINET RESIGNS Brain Injuries Mrs Wilma Darlene Krichau could be the first Premier of the This was a reference to the Communist and Socialist call for relaxation of international tensions Segni was first asked June 26 to try his hand at forming a new government He asked for four days to sound out his chances When that time limit expired iinet resigned Sunday night to give hospital after his car plunged Gronchi gave him another twojhim a free hand to choose his owninto a ditch near Belle Plainc died of brain injuries following a twocar acci dent on a gravel road in Marion County PANAMA Ricardoi Gary Sullivan 23 Belle Plaine Arias Espinosas eightman Cabdead on arrival at au Iowa City days igovernment j John Wabeke 26 OkJahom   

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