Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 22, 1965 · Page 26
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 26

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Thursday, July 22, 1965
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TEN IRONWOOD DAIIY GIOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THURSDAY, JULY 22,1965. .. FIRST STICKER—Ironwood Fire Chief John Kangas, left, places the city's first reflectorized invalid sticker on the front door of the home of Mrs. John J. Gorrilla, Sr., Ill Arch St., as Anton Raykovich, president of the International Association of Fire Fighters, Local 550, looks on. The project is a joint effort on the part of the Ironwood firemen and the union local under the chairmanship of Glen Jacquart. The stickers will be used to speed rescue operations of invalids living in a house and will direct the firemen to the exact vicinity of the person. Three stickers will be used on each home, one on the front door, and two smaller ones, one of which will be affixed to the door of the room occupied by the person and the other to the window of the same room. Jacquart urges all persons that have not applied for these free stickers to contact the Ironwood Fire Department as soon as possible. (Daily Globe Photo) Boyle Says It Is Wonderful Feeling to Be Back in U. S. SAN By HAL BOYLE FRANCISCO (AP) America, I love you. It's a woMerful feeling to be tack home after nearly three months of reporting the war in Bouth Viet Nam. You want to turn handsprings In the street, kiss every pretty girl you meet, lap up every malted milk in town. But the most glorious thing of all is the wonderful taste of fresh water that you don't have to boil before .drinking. I guesr that, aside from the presence of his loved ones, the thing a fellow unconsciously misses most in Viet Nam is the flavor ;of, safe, honest water, drunk straight from the faucet. It's a pleasure to nold up a glass of it and just look at it. Another thing that hits you when you return to America are the store windows. You feel like a kid in a candy store. There usually isn't much worthwile to Feathers Clog Sewer Plant MOBILE, Ala. (AP) — Chicken feathers could cost the City of Mobile about $40,000. City officials, said indigestible feather are being dumped Into sewer lines by a poultry company, putting the sewer plant's four digesters in danger of clogging up . Should the feathers clog the'plant's digestors, the cost' for cleaning them oul would be about $10,000 each, an offlcial estimated. marvelous mixer! great straight! FRESH approach to refreshment CopyritW 1965, The Squirt Compaq BAIMA BEVERAGE CO., INC. IRONWOOD ft HURLEY spend your money on in a war zone, and you build up a mad desire to buy something — any- hing. San Francisco is one of the best cities of the world for window shopping. After an hour of t — thank heaven the fine shops were all closed at that hour — I entered a drugstore and after staring at all the displays final- y made a purchase. I bought a socket comb, an item I could lave bought at a hundred street stands in Saigon. An odd thing was that crossing an American street ;ave me a feeling of nervous uncertainty. There is nothing more chaotic than traffic in the Par East, but there aren't as many big cars over there, and they don't come at you so quickly. It's great to be back in a country that has a change of climate and never runs out of ice cubes, but there are a few things about Viet Nam I'll never forget. Such as: • The handless beggar in Saigon who held up both arms and said bitterly. "You don't like see " The persistence of-street money changers who follow you for blocks. Fearfully tasting your first Vietnamese meal, and finding you liked it. The welcome shining in children's faces, and the half-masked hate of the outsider occasionally showing in the faces of their parents The. hidden . tension among Americans after a terroristic bombing Riding in a tricab at dusk under the peaceful flame trees in Da Nang. Watching' airdropped flares falling at midnight like man-made stars Waking in darkness and wondering i. distant explosions were theirs or ours. Climbing into a plane as crew member matter of factly points out the patches on wings and tail where bullets came through. Flying over endless stretches of green jungle which a fellow reporter aptly de scribed as *'the- cauliflower sea." Barbecuing steaks at the "Doom Club" at the ' Da Nang airbase with joking pilots, some of whom you knew might never make it home. 'But what must linger longest In the memory of anyone who goes to Viet NanVis'the idealism of the American men who are serving there. The United State; has never sent better-trained more dedicated sons anywhere and it brings a soreness to the heart to realize that the ordea of the duty they are doing so well cajr only deepen in the hard months ahead. .•'... "Carpet Bag," a weekly started by Benjamin Shillaber in 1851 was first weekly to.publish Mark Twain's writings. 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