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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 25, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edittd for iht MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL The newspaper that makes all North lowans Fres and United Press Internation1 Full Lea Wire MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY FEBRUARY 25 1961 neighbors 7c Copy Conshti of Two SectionsSection NO m Secret of success past Just study your errors By DALE HAVEN New York Herald Tribune News Service NEW YORK The secret of success according to Bernard Haldane author of the recently published How to Make a Habit of Success is really no secret at all Its apparent in your past providing you know how to look at it The Haldane method called Success Factor Analysis sim ply sits you down and asks you what you consider the greatest and most satisfying achieve ments of your life It may be a prekindergarten poetry prize that you had probably forgotten Haldane is out to rediscover it which constitute in all of us a pattern of success Conventional aptitude tests Haldane points out are valuable in preventing people from going into jobs that are absolutely wrong for them Theyre less helpful in getting them into jobs that are absolutely right for them ACCORDING TO this career development specialist we have always been taught to learn from our mistakes rather than our achievements But if you study your mistakes youre apt to learn to make more of them Our achievements are a much more sensible source of instruction Haldanes concern with see ing people happy in their work began when he saw all the un happily unemployed people dur ing the famous general strike that paralyzed England his native land in 1926 Today he sees a threat in the organization unhappy but secure in a job for which hes probably not suited The result is poor production all across the board at a time when this country which he adopted in 1930 can least afford it A RESPONSIBLE authority whose addresses on How to Be More Successful and Brain power for the Space Age are incorporated in the Congres sional Record Haldane has been a consultant on placement for the United States Naval Acad emy and the Harvard Business School He also founded and directed the first counselling and placement service for war veterans with professional and management abilities and di rected a personnel development study for the United States Air Force Retired now from the firm he founded in 1947 called Execu tive Job Counselors Inc Hal dane is writing books setting up public service courses on techniques for helping people in underdeveloped countries He told us about the important role wives play in discovering their husbands Success Factor HALDANE ACTUALLY sends extensive questionnaires to the wives of the men he interviews asking What do you think are your husbands greatest capa bilities Their answers fre quently reveal that they feel their husbands capabilities are quite different from what their husbands think they think Get ting that straightened out can often be the key to the hus bands difficulties in business Sometimes a roan will be un willing to have his wife write this kind of evaluation of him and then its a dead giveaway that a lack of understanding at home is what keeps him from succeeding according to Hal dane A man who was very devoted to his wife and miserable as a lawyer was interviewed and the case was so difficult Haldane asked the wife to come along Nothing much came to light during the investigation of the mans past achievements but while the couple was waiting for the elevator the ran back and added that she hoped something would develop be cause her husband so much wanted to be a successful lawyer like her father He left his fatherinlaws law firm shortly after NIMITZ IS 74 BERKELEY Calif Fleet Adm Chester W Nimitz commander of the U S Pacific fleet in World War II observed hii 76th birthday Friday AP Photofax WINS STAY THEN REARRESTED Lillian Keis onetime showgirl who is alleged to have been master mind of a gang which staged a half million dollar rob bery in Pottsville Pa and then took part in the gang land slaying of one of the gang glares over her shoul der as she doffs her coat in federal court in Philadel phia She won a threeday stay in hen return to New Jersey on a warrant charging flight to avoid prosecu tion for murder in the gang members tleath As she left the Federal Building she was arrested by Phila delphia police on an extradition warrant from New Jersey N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Air route talks reopened WASHINGTON President Kennedy has au thorized rescheduling of negotiations with the Krem linto allow commercial air lines to fly between the United States and Russia Earlier talks were called off by former President Dwight Eisenhower last July when Russians shot down an American RB47 plane off the Soviet coast New yob for Flemming PORTLAND Ore The University of Oregon has found a successor for Dr 0 Meredith Wilson who has just been inaugurated president of the Uni versity of Minnesota Former secretary of health ed ucation and welfare Arthur S Fleming was named president of the 7000student university here Oldest bones uncovered NEW YORK The bones of a man and child who lived among sabertoothed tigers more than 600 000 years ago have been found in east Africa Report ing the discovery a British anthropologist said they were the oldest human bones ever uncovered Helping hand from Ike WASHINGTON Former President Dwight D Eisenhower is eager to help Republicans refurbish their party for the 1962 and 1964 elections Sen Styles Bridges RNH reported Bridges who heads the Senate Republican Policy Committee said that in a telephone conversation from his Palm Springs Calif vacation spot Eisenhower invited congres sional Republican leaders to visit him this spring at his Gettysburg Pa farm t New Red constitution MOSCOW The Communist party is preparing a new party constitution that will make the doctrine of peaceful coexistence a Marxist scientific prin ciple and wipe out the last vestiges of private prop erty in Russia a Soviet publication says KNOXVILLE Iowa UP Ex miners are still at work clear ng up details of Iowas third ig bank embezzlement in two months Floodwaters still mount in South By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Floodwaters continued to rise in central Alabama and Mis sissippi Saturday as winter dealt another severe blow to the Dee South High water displaced thousands in four Southern states Tornadoes and damaging winds brought more woe to at leas three others Rain turned to snow in northern Mississippi and Alabam as temperatures began to fall Montgomery was preparing for possibly its worst floo since 1948 when the Alabama River rose 21 feet above flooc stage The Alabama was at feet and still rising Flood stage is 35 feet The Atlanta Ga area was deluged with 567 inches of rain within 24 hours The Red Cross in Washington said 2800 families have been af fected by flooding in Louisiana Mississippi Alabama and Geor gia National Guard and civi defense evacuation will send th figure much higher Six thousand persons hav been displaced at Hattiesburg Miss by flood waters of th Leaf River A third of that cil is under water some as muc as 12 feet deep Embezzlement may reach Banker at Knoxville used forged notes to cover bad investments ned this town of 7817 in south central Iowa Job left a dead mans con fession saying that he used the banks money through The latest came to light Friforged notes to cover bad in ay when Eldon L Job 59 resident of the Community National Bank and Trust Co f Knoxville hanged himself eaving an estimated half mil iondollar shortage that stun vestments and to make dona tions around town Unlike the situation at Shel don in northwest Iowa where a embezzlement closed the Sheldoa National Bank the Knoxville institution was cov ered by a fidelity bond which officials said more than took care of the shortage Business at Community National went on as usual The Sheldon bank closed on Jan 16 with the arrest of the assistant cashier B u r n i c e Geiger She admitted the em bezzlement and later was sentenced to 15 years in prison The third case occurred at Malvern in southwest Iowa Jan 30 John E Willard 40 vice president and cashier of the Malvern Trust Savings Bank committed suicide authorities said after a shortage was discovered Private funeral services were held Saturday for Job Knox villes erstwhile leading citizen Pace at Capitol debated Major work still ahead DES MOINES UP The 1961 egislature witt have most of ts major work still before it when the lawmakers return rom their spring recess March The traditional 10day recess which started Friday noon is useful to legislators as a period when they can confer with the home folks to gain their views on pending bills But as the lawmakers left for lome there was growing con cern among them about the slow pace of the session thus far Some forthrightly said thej cjidnt relish facing the criticisrr they felt certain was coming for he slow progress of the legisla ture since it convened Jan 9 REPUBLICAN leaders how ever promised accelerated ac ion after the recess The one major issue on which legislative action had been oom pleted by Weeks end was pass age of a proposed constitutional amendment to change the method of selecting Iowa Su preme Court and district court udges It is now ready for sub mission to the voters for ratifi cation at the June primary elec ion next year But still to be resolved are egislative reapportio n m e n t congressional redistricting and he usual appropriations axation problems FAIRandWARMER North Iowa Generally fair Sat urday night low 20 to 26 Partly cloudy warmer Sun day highs lower 40s Iowa Considerably warmer Saturday night lows lower 20s north to lower 30s south Partly cloudy Sunday warm er east turning colder north west highs near 40 northwes to lower 50s southeast Fur ther cloudy cooler Monday Minnesota Mostly cloudy ligh snow north and light rain or snow south Highs 20s north to mid30s south GlobeGazette Weather Dat up to 8 a m Saturday Maximum 23 Minimum 12 Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 28 Minimum 4 Job apparently tried to use gas jet first KNOXVILLE UPI Bank resident Eldon L Job may lave tried to kill himself in a elfstyled gas chamber before ie committed suicide by hang ng Marion County Sheriff oren Jarman said Saturday Jarman who found Jobs body langing in an attic stairway of an empty house said it ooks like he might have tried gas first Jarman said all of he jets on the gas stove in he house were on when he arrived and there was a lastic cover over the top of he stove as if Job had tried 6 form a pocket for the gas The smell of gas was pretty strong in the house he said Jarman said he and a deputy lad gone to the house just about two blocks from Jobs home after one of Jobs two sons Donald L had called him He said Lewis a vice presi dent at the Iowa State Saving Bank the other bank in town owned by the Job familj called him and asked him to ome to the bank Friday about 0 am When he arrived Jarman aid young Job said my ather might be dead at 4 Montgomery St Job said had received a note from his father but Jarman saic he did not see the note After stopping by the sheriffs office to pick up a deputy Jar man said he went to the house and found the doors locked They broke in a kitchen door iust as Louis Job arrived He said they went into dining room and found a wris watch a pair of glasses and op coat Young Job said thej belonged to his father I went upstairs the deput took the basement and Loui stayed on the main floor Jarman said I looked around the secon floor and then started up th stairway to the attic he said It was there he found the bodj hanging from a rope which ha been tied over the railing Russ again trying to sabotage UN FROM OUH WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON US offi cials said Saturday that Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev ap pears to be trying to sabotage U N efforts in the Congo be and fore Secretary General Dag Also to be dealt with are the recommendations of the Iowa Highway Study Committee and a half dozen other interim study groups A Republican representative who asked not to be identified y name said the session had bogged down OUR PROGRESS has been Hammarskjold can exercise in creased power granted him to deal with the crisis This was the assessment of Khrushchevs call for creation an allAfrican commission to oust the United Nations from the Congo and recognize the procommunist regime of An toine Gizenga political heir of the late Patrice Lumumba Khrushchevs latest move was O Y poor said Rep Scott Swisher certain to be a chief topic of DIowa City House minority discussion between secretary of firt t c 1 r Trt eader This session is a re1 ressive one not nearly up to he level of 1959 Sen C Edwin Gilmour D criticized the type of legislation passed so far Of the 30 measures which have been inacted into law he said or more than 43 per merely legalizing acts or code corrections Of the remaining 17 pro posals enacted into law he added only seven or eight are of real import This means that on the average but one impor tant legislative enactment for each seven weeks of the 59th General Assembly to date On the inside North Iowa News Page 3 Church News 45 Mason City News 67 Latest Markets 7 Society News 8 Sports 910 Editorials 11 Comics 12 Building News 1314 Cltar Lake News14 state Dean Rusk and U N ambassador Adlai Stevenson who were meeting here to talk about the Congo and other critical issues before the world organization STEVENSON WAS one of the leaders in obtaining security council approval for the United Nations to use force if neces sary to pacify the Congo Rus sia despite bitter opposition to the measure surprised diplo mats by failing to veto it Diplomatic authorities here believe Khrushchev may have felt that it would be possible working through the rump gov ernment in Stanleyville to sabo tage the U N operation and SAME CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC AP Photofax PROLUMUMBA MOVE SOUTH Arrow indicates where proLumumba troops have taken over capital r of Kasai province Luluabourg underlined Also un belt derlined are two other provincial capitals Stanley ville and Bukavu already in hands of Lumumba forces From Luluabourg A reports said Lumumba troops joined peaceably with proMobutu troops sta thus discredit Hammarskjold whom the Soviet Union is seek ing to oust from his job At Leopoldville Congo mean while proLumumba force took over the city of Luluabour some 500 miles from Leopold ville and the Congoles central government gave th United Nations six hours t clear them out A FORCE of around 30 moved into the town after a journey of some 800 miles from Oriental Province A U N spokesman said the intruder apparently merged with th garrison supposedly loyal t Maj Gen Joseph Mobutu com mander of the Leopoldvill governments army The news sent a jolt of alarm into officials of the Leopolc ville government By taking ove Luluabourg capital of Kasa Province Gizengas rebel re gime controls half of the Con gos six provincial capitals Seat belt clips to be standard equipment in 62 DETROIT auto indus try is going to make it easie for you to put seat belts in you car Starting with the 1962 models all the major domestic manufac turers will install safety belt at tachments in the front seats o all passenger autos as standar equipment anchors will b affixed to the auto frame The companies said Frida that they will provide uniform attachments built to industry wide specifications to provid buyers with an easy econom cal method of attaching sea belts Previous costs have ru as high as per belt becaus of the drilling and other labo costs Now the buyer will hav to pay additionally only for th jumtu jiw auea volcano ceaseu erupi tioned there At Leopoldville Congolese central Friday after spewing forth government demanded United Nations evict Lumum chain of fiery lava fountains up T t 1 4 1 AA fftftt rtVt AI lint 0 ba troops from Luluabourg VOLCANO ERUPTS HONOLULU M Halemai mau fire pit in the mighty Ki e had been in the banking usiness here for 40 years He not only headed Cora unity National which jrmed through a merger in 933 but held a majority stock aterest in Knoxvilles other ank Iowa State Savings HIS FAMILY one of best nown in town included his ife Bernice and his two sons ed assistant cashier of Com mnity National and Louis ice president of the other ank A daughter Judith is a tudent at Drake University Now I know how the people f Sheldon felt said Mrs LU an 0shorn who said she had nown Job ever since he came ere from Mary ville Mo He was a good guy He was o perfect such a friendly man ything good for the commu ity Job was for He was so popular in town nd had so many friendsthat I uess he just couldnt stand it aid a farmer patron of the lank A note left by Job in which ic was said to have accounted or every penny of the shortage was made public by E W Mor an of Des Moines a national jank examiner HE SAID HE could not dis close the amount at this time but Richard Darnell assistant cashier of the bank said it to taled more than He said the exact amount had not jeen determined Some bank sources placed it as high as Morgan said there was no in dication that any stockholders or depositors would suffer any loss The fidelity bond is large enough to cover the shortage he said Examiner Morgan said Jobs use of forged notes to represent assets that Community National did not own eventually were the cause of his undoing He couldnt make all the signatures look valid Last Tuesday an examiner vorking on the banks books happened on a batch of notes on which the signatures looked auea volcano ceased erupting to 100 feet high for eight hours ELDON JOB oo much alike Job hadnt dis posed of them Morgan said There were 50 such notes ranging in amount from o In his confession he admitted ic forged the signatures on these 50 notes Morgan said Job said in his confession he mew the examiners were on to lim and when confronted with he evidence he went out and hanged himself in a vacant louse Friday morning MORGAN SAID some of missing funds had been taken prior to 1960 perhaps over a eriod of three or four years The bulk of the notes we ound were dated 1960 and so any previous forgeries or shortages were washed out by he forged notes of the last two years Morgan said Details of what Job had done with the missing money have not been uncovered Some of it went for donations around town Morgan said There were some bad invest ments bad loans and miscel aneous items We dont know low he got started but it was a pyramiding sort of thing He accomplished the em bezzlement by himself He made a full explanation in the note written to me Morgan said it would take un til the middle of next week to wrap up the investigation   

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