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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 26, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited lor the MASON CITY GLOBE T h Newspaper That Makes Ail North lowans Neighbors E HOME EDITION VOL 97 Associated Prest and United Press International Full LoMWlret MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JUNE a Copy Paper ConsisU at Two No 33 Ike Uses Language of People Plain Talk Reminiscent of Andy Jackson By VICTOR WILSON Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTON An observer at President Eisenhowers press conference last week remarked afterward You know its just possibl that Ikes the most plainspokei man in the White House sine Andy Examination of a transcrip of what Mr Eisenhower saic pointed up what had caught th observers ear that the Presi dent talks the language of ev eryday Americans Making his points in answer ing reporters questions on Wed nesday the President lapsed once into Broadwayese r e quently into colloquialisms anc used some words in connotations that MerriamWebster is care ful to label as of U S origin This happens at all h i s press SHOW BIZ folks could nod un derstandingly at his way of mak ing it clear he would be willing to go to a summit meeting to discuss issues other than Ber lin Said Mr Eisenhower So if I did tie that a sum mit directly to the Berlin bit I did it only as an Samuel Johnson would have scowled but Henry L Mencken exponent of the American lang uage might have approved when the President explained apolo getically at one point I have always a feeling Ive spoken to you before so of ten on these things that Im just putting on an old HE USED word revamp in discussing diplomacy changes not a term pleasing to English purists but now a part of the American language mean ing to give new form And he spoke of tough questions visavis Russia a word which modern dictionaries dub and meaning extremely diffi cult to cope It might well have been Farm er Jackson instead of Gettys burg Farmer Eisenhower who said I see no use what soever for trying to have a har vest when there is no planting andTio WILFRED FUNK who knows his American language but is not always agreed with had this to say recently There is no right or wrong in No correct or in If a word or phrase is used often enough by enough people it becomes Mr Funk probably wouldnt fault Mr Eisenhowers phrase ology in commenting on what HORS DE COMBAT Two beauty queens in the Miss California pageant relax in their hotel room at Santa Cruz after a dose brush with death late Thursday Miss Sonoma County Chonne Mae Patton and Miss Marys villeUba City Jonelle Elizabeth John AP Photolax son received minor injuries in an auto accident Chonne received head and chest injuries while Jonelle received leg bruises and a black eye Miss San Diego and Miss Washington and three other persons were injured also FOR RICHIE VALENS Million Lawsuit in Local Plane Crash The Ritchie Valens estate Fri day morning filed a damage suit against the Dwyei Flying Service in the District Court at the Cerro Gordo Coun y Courthouse The Dwyer Flying Service is ocated at the Mason City Muni cipal Airport Valens famed rock V roll singer also known as Richard in a plane crash five miles north of Cleai Lrake in early February He anc wo other entertainers Buddy Holly and J P Richardson vere being flown to Fargo N by Richard Peterson for an engagement following an ap surpluses Everybody that produces wheat now finds them selves in a very bad spot and their markets gone to President Eisenhowers joust ings with syntax tenses and so on arc of course well known B u t no American could have misunderstood him when he said he hoped to rase some rough spots between this country and France when he sees President de Gaulle Nor when he asserted that if Congress legislative pro gram gets out of line why of course he would use his veto HE WAS using the language of the people too racetrack di vision when he remarked that 71 Die in Plane Crash MILAN Italy W A TWA ourengine plane with 71 per ons aboard crashed in flames ear here Friday apparently after being hit by lightning The airline said ai early report in dicated there were no survivors TWA said the plane bound for Paris enroute to Chicago was carrying 59 paying passengers 3 TWA employes on passes and a crew of 9 THE PLANE had just taken off from Milans Malpensa Air port for Paris Officials said it ran into a heavy thunderstorm Wreckage landed in a field near the hamlet of Marnate outside Buslo Arsizio Emergency equipment was dispatched from Malpensa Air port The number of crew mem bers was not immediately known but the Constellation pearance at the Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake The three singers and Peter son died in the The single engine four place Beechcraf Bonanza which Peterson was flying was owned by the Dwyei Flying Service Peterson was an employe of the Dwyer Fly ing Service THE PETITION was filed against Jerry Dwyer operator of the Dwyer Flying Service Mason City by Conception Val enzuela administrator of the Valens estate In the suit she restates the circumstances of Valens deatli The petition states that Val ens was an ablebodied young man of 17 and a nationally icnown and accepted singer his having published a number of records which sold over 1 mil lion It goes on that in the event he had lived out his normal his earn ng would have been in the mil ions of THE PETITION lists three charges of negligence against the Dwyer Flying Service All concern the airplanes flight in what the peition calls unsafe weather At an investigation in Feb ruary into the cause of the ac cident Dwyer testified that Pe terson and he checked weather conditions several times before the takeoff In his testimony plane normally carries a crew disarmament is a matter that Of seven or eight has to be dealt with pretty welli across the WITNESSES in the area said Though it wasnt necessary thisweek the President never hesitates to correct himself openly when he has made a mis tht plane crashed in flames It must have been hit by a witness said It was in flames in the sky We do VfdIIJ VTilCH M take Perhaps his most colorful not believe anyone could sur sctfcorreclion occurred at Jan 35 1958 press conference He had just told reporters a letter he had written to Nikolai Bulganin then Soviet Premier contained a sentence saying I hope that this letter will have the same publicity in Russia that we gave Then a doubt entering h i s mind he conferred with Press Secretary Jim Hagerly at his elbow learned the phrase had been deleted from the letter as finally sent and turned to tell hit audience Sorry I have apparently a The plane was still gaining al titude and had reached about feel when lightning struck it other witnesses said They reported the burning wreckage of the plane crashed to the ground in three parts in an open field Sports Bulletin NEW YORK Floyd Parferionlnflemar Johansson htavywtight title fight Friday night it Yankee Stadium if definitely on promoNr Bill anrMunced rhii aft emoetn Mason City Partly cloudy con tinued warm and humid through Saturday Occasional showers and thunderstorms in the vicinity Friday night and Saturday Highs Saturday near 90 Lows Friday night upper 60s and ued warm through Saturday with scattered afternoon and night showers and thunder storms mostly in the norlh portion Low Friday night 68 76 Fiveday Forecast Tempera tures will average near nor mal through next Wednesday Little daily temperatures change exrcpt a liltle cooler Sunday or Monday Normal lows are in lower 60s Normal highs are in mid 80s Rainfall will average an inch or more north to 50 to one inch south in occasional thundcrshowers throughoul the period Minnesota Considerable cloudi then Dwyer said that if there had been any doubt in ourminds about the weather conditions on this trip hed never have TEMPERATURE at the time of takeoff at shortly after 1 on Feb 3 was 18 degrees Wind was from the south gust ing at 35 miles an hour Ceiling svas feet There was a Ugh snow but visibility was abou six miles The Civil Aeronautics Board has not announced a conclusion as to the probable cause of the accident That body conducted the investigation of the crash The Clerk of Courts office personnel believe that this is the largest damage suit ever filcc in the District Court of Cerro Gordo County Long Free Fires His Opponents COVINGTON La anas Gov Earl K Long swept out of a jammed courtroom a ree man Friday complete victor over his family and state officials who committed him to a slate menial hospital Gov Long immediately set up a temporary statehouse at he Great Southern Hotel in this summer resort town near Lake ontchartrain From room 221 he governor is expected to drop he axe on political enemies Judge Robert Jones of the states 22nd Judicial District signed the order dissolving court action brought by the 63year old governor asking release rom a state menlaj hospital at Mandeville The ruling ended 27 days of confinement in two mental Mandeville and Galvcston Tex LONC ON rampage said one of his advisors who asked not to be identified Hes damn sore about people turning their backs on The governors first target was Slate Police Superintendent John Nick Brown Stale police assisted when Long was taken into custody after walking out of a New Orleans hospital last week and helped take him to the Mandeville hospital Hej Ocean Ship Ports Come to Midwest Ike and Queen Officiate Seaway Open Through Lakes MONTREAL W President Eisenhower at ceremonies for mally opening the St Lawrence Seaway Friday called the new water route a magnificent sym bol to the entire world of the achievements possible to dem ocratic nations peacefully work ing together for the common The President joined Queen Elizabeth II here for a fivehour cruise through 31 miles of the seaway aboard the royal yacht Britannia In her speech the Queen em phasized that the seaway is a product of the joint efforts of the United States and Canada a monument to Hie enduring friendship of our two BOTH THE QUEEN and the President spoke from brief pro pared texts President and Mrs Eisenhow er flew from Washington to Can adas St Hubert Air Force Base near Montreal Friday morning Elizabeth and Prince Philip who are on a sixweek tour of Can met them there Canadian Prime Minister John Dicfehbak er and his wife were present when the presidential party ar rived The main ceremonies look place at St Lambert Lock the eastern gate of the seaway on Montreals doorstep Eisenhower said Americans cherish a record of cooperation and the recipro cal trade with Canada THERE HAVE been are still problems to solve between he said But in the past as now we never have faltered in our conviction that these must be settled by patient and under standing negotiation never by Eisenhower saluted the archi tects planners and workmen who brought the seaway to real ly and said former President Herbert Hoover and Canadas brmer Prime Minister R B Bennett helped create the sen timent for this great develop The Queen opened her speech a personal tribute to the resident She said thousands of British Commonwealth fighting men were proud to serve under our leadership until he ulti mate victory was won We have a special welcome for you as Gen ELIZABETH recalled e e n uriesold dreams and plans for a deepwater route to the Great akes and praised the common efforts of Canada and the United States in bringing o reality The two nations built it to gether and the two nations will hare its she said More than all this it is a mag nificent monument to the cndur moouois IpCK WEUANO CANAL SNfll lOCXS UKt I fKANOS urn HUfOH AND MICHIGAN CANADA SAULU S1E MARIt OTTAWA O 1 ONTAJUO BUPFAIO CUVELANO UNITED STATES President Kisonhower THE SEAWAYS FINE Official opening of the St Lawrence seaway puts these international personages and these geographic areas in the world Jimelight Upper Crosssection of the seaway compares depth of the waters in the various Great Lakes and the rise which necessitates the locks Middle Solid line shows economically how the seaway extends the Great Lakes ship ping region Broken line is the former extent Lower The water route for big ocean vessels reaches clear to Duluth from the Atlantic Effect of Seaway in Doubt fired Brown and appointed E I News ng friendship of our two nations nd to heir partnership in the evelopment of North On the Inside General News Editorials Comics Clear Lake News Society Happenings Sports P Roy former stale police chief to replace him Jones contended the gover nor actually was a free man when he walked into the court room MINUTES earlier the State By SAM OAWSON NEW YORK un Business still is trying to assess how much the St Lawrence Seaway will change Ihc nations trade patterns The first months rush of traf fic upset some ideas uncovered some weaknesses disillusioned some businessmen fired others new optimism Competing truck and rail lines also divided on how much the Seaway will hurt them Some point with glee at the first months record of delays both at locks where waiting vessels piled up sometimes for days and at various harbors where docking facilities proved inade quate SOME RAIL and truck men think business will turn back to them because Ihey can prom and thunderstorms Globe Gazette weather dala up to 8 Friday Maximum 91 Minimum 6S Al S 78 Precipitation 77 Longs ing the governor lo remove State Hospitals Director Jesse Bankston and Dr Charles Bel cher acting superintendent at Mandeville from office This in effect Jonei said VFW Convention Latest Markets North Iowa News TV Schedule Pullout Section freed Long from the hospital since the new acting director appointed by the J H the author ity to release Long Jones said he merely dis missed the petition from a writ of habeas corpus since the boards action removed the nej cessily of holding the ise greater speed and more ac curate delivery dates Others gloomily look for tha Seaway once the early trouble spots are rubbed out to cop the largest share of the hand ling of bulk cargo such as grain ore slecl autos coffee and canned goods Probably know for sure until after the harvests ara moved in the fall and the Sea way closes for the winter and for reassessment of its opera tions Early results stack up this UNITED STATES and Cana dian authorities report that tons of cargo moved through the 27foot channel dur ing May This was 50 per cent more than used the 15foot chan nels in May of 195S The 15foot depth was achieved in 1901 re placing 9foot channels estab lished in 1848 Heaviest traffic this year has been ingoing Outgoing tonnage was only per cent above a year ago Lining up export business has been hard so far for the 40 or so shipping lines Parl of their trouble has been the general de iclinc in U S exports Part has been seasonal with the fall har j yests expecled to reverse iflow of traffic 1 On the other side of the coin is Ihc report that a number of new businesses are starting up in the cities along the Great Lakes The new merchants plan 1 to sell such things as foreign cars which the Seaway can de liver to them more cheaply AP Photofnx SMILING AND UNSMILING President Eisen hower has a broad smile as he speaks at St Law rence Seaway opening ceremonies while Queen abeth sits at left with a serious expression The two leaders met for the daylong ceremony SAME DATE IOWA SAFKTX   

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