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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 28, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             ffi North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited VOL PKM latenatiOMl Full UBM Cnt GLOBE i The that makes all North lowans neighbors ji4 fjZvbJgHff 21 HOME EDITION MASON CITY IOWA MAY M 19c a Paper Two OM Kill No e j J ted in S wood Bomb in planes lavatory One Mans Opinion i A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO UM 12u f KWLC 145 WOI a WTAO KM rm Than WSDI Uwa City Smt Some tips on how to land a job H BOUT THIS TIME OF year I try to come up with something that might be help ful to youngsters out of high school who are casting about for a job Im thinking in terms of summer hoping that most of high school graduates have college in mindh f There was a time when I channeled somexof my concern to college graduates but in re cent Im told what Im about to say Iruethis grad uates of our colleges and uni versities dontl iiave much to worry about Jobs are not scarce This year Im going back some material I covered ma commentarysome in lass as a matterof factrrjt was a commencement talk given by Henry Bdu PontYicepresi flentof the corporation bearing his family name His audience was the graduating class at La Salle Collegein Philadelphia once best known as a basket ball powerhouse Immediately some will sus pect a connection between that magic name Du Pont and the position he held I grant there could be something more than a coincidence involvedBut there are a lot of Du Fonts in Delaware and a lot of Du Ponts in E I du Pont deNemoun and Company Inc Not all reach the high posts But Im asking you to judge Henry B du Ponts advice on its merits His talk eye arresting title How to Make a Hit With the Boss He had four concrete and easytounderstand suggestions f First of these was credited to his renowned uncle Pierre S du Pont It was contained in a letter to a young man just entering the business world Heres No l Take the job no body else wants to do Does this asked Henry B du Pont seem like a negative And answering his own question he suggested that maybe his uncle had meant it less literally than it may seem There are he added many young men and women looking for the pleasant assign ments and not so many who stand ready to take on the more exacting ones We must take the sour with the sweet The employe who will undertake whatever needs doing and do it cheerfully is bound to make a hit with any boss The next suggestion maybe principle would be a better word by Mr Du Pont was a related one that is first What you can give is more important to you in the long run than what you can get That needs some explaining and Im going to let Mr Du Porft do it This principle is particularly important at this time when many companies are competing for the services of competent people and emphasizing their attractions by way of benefits privileges and pay If you are in the position of weighing an offer I urge you to ask What can I offer rather than What am I of fered In the long run what you can give will be the factor that determines your progress your opportunity and most of Twrn te 2 Please 30yeor selling record market shudders NEW YORK UPI The wide retreat on the stock market Monday continued right up to the close with around SU billion in paper values wiped out The ticker tape was el minutes be hind at Ihe close v That exactly doubled the record of 34 minutes which had stood since 1933 the latest since the high speed ticker was adopted jn The slump which now has extended six straight days has obliterated an estimated S47 billion inthe paper value of in vestors holdings The explanation which seemed most logical to many brokers was that the little fellows are getting out of the market Thisconclusion was based on the absence of any real large blocks of stock in me avalanche ofselling which natural ly would be expected if institutions and big investors were sellingr Late but not closing prices showed RCA down J4M Ford off Union Carbide down American Telephone off Sears Roebuck off International Business ma chines down American Motors off J150 and Bethlehem off and Texaco was off American Telephone and Telegraph the nations most widely held stockand a long favorite of conservativebuyers was down to JO late in the day North Iowa Considerablecloudi ness with occasional showers and thunderstorms through Tuesday Locally heavy thun derstorms likely Monday night Little i change in temperature Lows Monday in lower 60c Highs Tuesday in 60s I cloudiness 1 through Tuesday with sional showers and storms likely Monday night change in temper ature TxwsMondajr night 60 65 High Tuesday 60s north to 70s south Outlook for Wednes cloudy and a little south andyvest scat tered showers and thunder storms northeast FiveDay Iowa Temperatures through Saturday will average four to eight degrees above nor mal Wanner latter half of week otherwise no decjded day today temperature changes Normal lows 50s normal highs 70s Rainfall will average eight tenths of an inch with local amounts over an inch occur ring as showers and thunder storms mostly at the beginning of the period Minnesota Cloudy showers warmer Highs Tuesday in 70s Data 68 54 09 Globe Gazette Weather up am Monday Maximum Minimum Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum i GlobeGaaette weather data up to 8 Sunday Maximum 68 Minimum 52 VDay II in Mason City on Tuesday Tuesday is VDay II with 30000 persons ex pected Vto takethe last of the three doses of Sabme oral polio City 4 The clinic locations and times are an d Vance Music store 2nd Federal 7 30 a m to 9 p m RooseveltJunior High 11 a p m Jefferson WUsori and Monroe Junior High 11 a mto 4 p rii Grant Hard ing Hoover Madison McKinley JJohn Adams Junior High arid St Joseph schools llam to 2 p mi Newman High 10 a m to 2 p m Deck ers 230 to 430 p m For those out of the city Tues day a wiil be held at the Vance store from l to 6 p m Saturday EYES THE GALS LONDON W Australias minister of immigration has come to Britain to entice pretty girls away from home There arent nearly enough attractive young women in Australia said Alexander Downer Sunday would like to many more emmigrate from Britain Scrutinize insurance records i Briefcase is found WIEE SERVICES CENTERVILLE A spokes man for government investiga tors said Monday they have pin pointed the place of an explosion in a Continental Airlines jet that sent 45 persons to their deaths A high energy blast occurred in the right rear lavatory of the plane before it was torn apart in flight said Edward E Slat tery public information officer for the Civil Aeronautics Board One official at the scene said As practical people we can only assume it was a bomb Experts of the CAB have been reconstructing wreckage of the Boeing 707 at the Appanoose County fairgrounds Slattery said that work on the mockup so far made clear the spot where the explosion oc curred Thetype of explosive set off could have included dyna mite Slattery said FBI men assigned to the plane investigation conferred w i t h and other investigators herefora about 90 minutes tSun day Later the agents tooknos session of a brown leather brief case which had been listed as part of the plane debris The briefcase with the initials T CDhad been found a mile east of Cincinnati Iowa a few miles southwest of here That was on the path of the planes fatal plunge m which parts of it where strewn over the coun tryside The Chicago SAME DATE1M122S BlMk Flat Trsftto Death CAPTUREDVIET CONG CHIEFViet ConVdriTef Huynh Ngoc Y captured by government troops is interrogated by U S Army Capt Richard G Zieg ler The chief was captured during Dan Tien Op eration May 18 in Nhon Ninh Phung Thot area 48 miles southwest of Saigon Ninetyfive Viet Cong guerrillas were reported killed 45 wounded and 34 captured i American said the initials on the briefcase are the same as those of a passen ger who bought a big insurance policy in Kansas City before go ing to Chicago by auto to meet a woman who also died in the crash John Leak senior engineer for the engineering division of the CABs bureau of safety said the blast originated from a very small space Indica tions are that it was set offby a simple detonating device such as a fuse and that the person who touched it off was not in the washroom at the of the blast he said Reports mounted that the FBI men and other investi gators were looking into the possibility of a suicide murder pact between a man a woman who had booked passage on the plane from Chicago to Kansas City The murdersuicide theory was linked to unconfirmed re ports that someone on the plane had taken out in air travel insurance Seven of the insurance poli cies isued to passengers aboard the flight were made out by Continental Casualty Co of Chicago The companys board chairman Roy Tuchbreiter said the biggest policy issued iy his firm was for although a sophisticated per son could buy other forms of insurance to throw off sus picion There is nothing in our rec ord which indicatesa suicide pact or suicide motive Tuch breiter told a news confer ence u he1 added was such a pact to The company is obligated to pay off on all policies exceot those the FBI says had a sui cide if the FBI says so On the inside Editorials Comics Society News Sports 13M News Qwix 15 North Iowa News 15 Clear Lake News Meson City News 2021 Latest Markets 21 hospital after a shooting Saturday night thattook the lives of her father mother brother and two sisters In darkness she escaped and iliiic w a neighboring farm home to report the shooting She was wounded in the shoulder New char ties facing PKOM OVR WIRE SEBVICE3 Agricul ure Department official told Souse investigators Monday that Bilhe Sol Estes may face pos sible further criminal charges because of his gram storage dealings with the government Roland Ballou leadoff wit ness at hearings into theEstes cause of the financial manipula case said facts surrounding the tions which surrounded his farm Texas farm tycoons opoperations erations have been submitted Ballou deputy ad ICC P the FBI There is reason to Minnesota goes on sayings time MINNEAPOLIS Wl Minnesota went on Daylight Savings Time at 2 am Sunday The state with one of the nations shorter periods of summer fasttime returns to Central Standard Time the day after Labor Day commodity op r a turns of the Agriculture Sta believe bilization and Conservation er v i c e also testified that that Mr Estes may have violatS ed the We months before the Estes scan received financial statements dais exploded in he re from Mr Estes which were far ceived informationthat theTex an was liable for million or million in mortgages notcov from correct f Ballou cited statute dealing with false fi nancial statements made to any federal governmentagency The maximum penalty is five years in prison a fine or both Estes already has been in dicted on charges of fraud be N i f ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Kennedy to turn 45 Kennedy will cele brate his 45th birthday anniversary at a private family dinner party Tuesday evening at his country estate at Middleburg Va Search for missing plane DOVER massive search was under way for an Air Force C133 cargo airplane misshig since shortly after takeoff Sunday from Dover Air Force Base enroute to the Azores It carried a crewof six Good man Breaches Moscow Goodman Americas King of Swing arrived here to lead the first tour of the Soviet Union by a US jazz orchestra They will open a sixweek visit with a performance herebyednesday night and other stops include Leningrad Sochi Kiev Tashkent and Tbilisis Appeal in Brinks case rejected WASHINGTON The Supreme CoXirtfor the n1 flma has an appeal from eight of the men sen fe for the famed million Brinks rob bery in Bpston A similar appeal from the convicted gang members turned down by the justices in 1959 Wants equator launch site United States proposed estab lishment of an international launching site for space research near the equator Nikita praises Carpenter Khrushchev said the suc cessful completion of two flights into space by the United States jrieansi that we are not alone there He praised astronaut Scott Carpenter but empha sized the Americans orbited the earth only three times and said the flights were of diminished value ered in his financial statements In response to questions by chairman L H Fountain D N C Ballou said the mortgage information came from a Dunn and Bradstreet report in Sep tember 1961 He also testified that the de partment began taking action to safeguard the governments in terest in Estes grain storage holdings prior to his arrest1 But under questioning Ballou acknowledged this action begar the morning of March 29 1962 only hours before Estes was ar Stalked t and shot 5 kin Unionville is scene UNIONVILLE JUtj A grim posse of peaceoffi searchedthrough wooded hilly country near lere Mondayfor a man ac cused of stalking five rela tives through a dark house and slaying them one by one The manhunt on the Moffitt farm miles west ofthis small southern Iowa town 1 The offi ers planned a housetohouse search throughout the area Officials believed had he man Gayno Gilbert Smith 24 holed up on the Moffit farm late Sunday Anight But rather than risk a hunt through the dark for Smith whowas be lieved a 410 shotgun and a box offc am munition they called un the posse leaving only cars patroling the roads The scene ofroe manfcunfwM about 60 miles southwest ofMar tinsburg4wo counties a way from where the ifugitivejs uncleVand three cous ins downSaturday night and earty Sunday f 1 Dead were members of ily with farmnortheastof Martinsburg1 and their cnifdrenjisl yearrold twins and Anna Katherineand a divorced daugh ter Mrs Donnas Jean1 Kellogg T Another McBeth child Patsy Lou 15 was wounded but man aged ttoescape and rjan alarmrPerryemonthsold son of Mrs through the shooting unharmed J t had elapsedbe tween the tome Smith drove 4he Four cousins to a square dance Saturday night and time scores of sheriffs officers highway patrol men and policemen trailed his flight to the Lloyd Moffitt farm near here His car apparently ran rested on the fraud charges The be known as petitor in field the grain storage He said that voritism either under the Eisen hower or Kennedy administra tions Fountav at this point asked whether Ballon ever had been whether he had ever granted Estes any special favor Ihave not the official re plied promptly Ballou said the first time he heard of Estes was in Septem ber 1961 depart ments Dallas regional office said it had received information from a competitor that all was not well with Estes finances Before that Ballou said he had not known Esles from a bale of hay GRATEFUL TOWN ALLENTOWN Pa Sev eral weeks ago residents Allentown went to Ocean City NJ to help the city clean up from the effects of a severe March storm The Ocean City High School Band came 110 miles to march in Allenlown bicentennial celebration parade Sunday and carried a banner saying We came to say thanks1 k gas and on Keokuk County Sheriff John who described Smith as kind of a strange kid also related the strange circumstances of the killings to thev McBeth picked up a gun that fires shotgun shells and rifle bul and fired four shots through of the living room Smith then dragged the bodies of his aunt and uncle to the ga rage and returned about midnight stones and to pick up his cousins at the been circulating dance No in this had cious and looked outside He found the bodies in the garage and flashlight Officers found casings in the farm Slie was reported in good condition at a hospital GAYNO SMITH   

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