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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 19, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the VOL 98 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Associated Prets and United Press International Full Leasa MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JULY 19 1960 7c a Copy Paper of Two No 241 English is for madmen By WILLIAM E TAYLOR New York Herald Tribune News Service Look the fellow said I mean listen Its true more and more people are speaking Eng lish and I say the world is go ing mad because English is a language for madmen Why He paused a caloric cholercoloring his countenance Ill tell you in a few minute minutes Its a language of specious spellings pitiful pit falls neurotic niceties and in nate inanities Its lacking in logic lacunose and lachrymali cious Dont say theres no sue word if there isnt there should be English is to coin a phrase a phony koine which is as yoi know a language of one region adopted by a larger area anc by other peoples It has words spelled differently but p r o nounced alike it h a s words spelled alike but which when spoken go off in all directions its past participles are past be HOW DO YOU WORK THIS THING ANYWAY ANGLES SURE BAD NOT MUCH BETTER SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER iueiuuy nouns 4 is getting a clrmk ol water Irom a public fountain on a hot dav growing up and here she tackles the latest of lifes Melody daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Tibbits Route 4 was ITS YOU GET THE HANG OF IT frisking in West Park when climbing up onto and then the Jim Mott victim lief and it has letters doomed to silent service their feat as shoehorn at a useless as a Blackfeet fete TAKE THE little mousetrap words Ail and ale bail and bale hail and hale mail and male sail and sale and so on Then come trickier ones gaol and jail cite sight and site Rail mishap proves ceil and seal fane and feign and rain and reign But if one looks for rain its not the same as one looks foreign So all right Then theres aisle and isle and Ill be seeing you And an entomologist can look natty despite his gnatty calling A pretty girl petrographer can be nice hunting gneiss Not to men tion ewe yew and you and to too two divine No Im not wrought up but Im glad you used the word a past participle of work Burke a deadly word is pronounced like work but the participle James S Jim Mott 24 brakeman on the Chicago North Western Kailway was killed accidentally in i switching accident Monday night at Butterfield Minn He was the son of Mr and Mrs Vern E Mott 625 6th Placi SE His father was conductor on the same train Mott was married March 12 to Karen Pearson daughter o Mr and Mrs C R Russ Pearson 1103 Jefferson NW They had been making their home at the Mott cottage at Oakwood Park Clear Lake The train operated by a Mason City crew was on a return trip from Tracy Minn and stopped at Butterfield to set out some cars and pick up some more According to his father they had set off cars on two tracks and had another car to pick up off the passing track The train had pulled onto the main line Richard F Lockwood 1023 Washington N W the other brakeman on the crew saic they had cut off the engine anc were going after the car loaded with iron Mott rode the back of the engine to hook up the car isnt brought And cork is spelled like work but the parti ciple isnt crought is it I think not And think theres another Past tense and past participle thought But with sink its sink sank sunk What of wink Wink wank wunk TAKE INDIVIDUAL letters With the exception of Xray and X marks the spot when x starts a word its sounded as z In the silent service a cursory survey turns up b c e g h k 1 n p ph t and w Try numb If you say naida would you spell it enida Or neemial as OTTO G ENGEBRETSON Mason City engineer on the train said he received all of the backup signals until impact The connection was not made however and he received cnemial All right look them up E isnt even sounded in Eng lish as a word G youve noted earlier but I could cite the gnome in Alaska H is for the honest Cockney who voices it K hou know about L as in half a loaf Is there an n in damn P is never heard in ptarmigan but its optional in pterodactyl if you should run into one C is one of the trickiest let ters In scale its hard in sci ence soft in calcium both Sen ranks high In schizophrenia its sk in schedule its sk or sh in schist its sh and in schism its s Where is juschtisch in thischasch IN PHLEGM AND sign the a quick signal to back up to catch the rolling car Then the signals stopped and the engin eer saw the light go into the weeds at the side of the track Brakeman Lockwood found Mott beside the track with a se vere skull fracture He called out to the crew that Jim had been hurt John Corbett fire man Mason City was the other member of the crew WHEN MOTTS FATHER reached the scene he said he believed his son had been killed instantly by the blow although they did not know exactly how it happened The father said the grass was tall near the tracks and he be lieved his son may have lost his footing in the wet grass North Iowa Generally fair through Wednesday Lows Tuesday night m i d 60s Warmer Wednesday highs 8792 Iowa Generally fair through Wednesday Lows Tuesday night mid 60s Warmer Wed nesday highs mid 90s north west to upper 80s southeast Further outlook Fair to partly cloudy and warm Thursday Minnesota Fair and continued warm highs near 90 ians leavm GlobeGazette weather p to 8 am Tuesday Maximum Minimum data 86 59 ews in a utshell JAMES S MOTT An from ambulance St James was called Minn six miles away and Coroner Albert E Mattson St James pro nounced the death accidental from a skull fracture Jims watch had stopped at Deyo murder trial postponed until November Grace Deyos trial on a charge of murder has been jostponed until the November erm of Circut Court in Gaines ville Mo Mrs Deyo formerly of Clea Lake and Bill Shindler ar charged with the poison deatl of Mrs Deyos husband Ken neth Deyo The trial has been postponec g is silent but not in phlegmatic or signature Tongue is tung but lung isnt longue as in chaise longue which too often comes out as chase lounge the University of Iowa two Is mould like would which years where he received an I is wood Potatoes are only poClub scholarship He then went taytoes but you say tomaytoes into the US Army and was sta or tomahtoes A gunwale is a tioned at Ft Lewis Wash gunl but you dont pour Upon his discharge he began through a funwale or pore his railroad career With his through a tunwale of lophe the summer work and two years in ph being v as in British nephew the Army he had five years of One mows grass but heaps service with the railroad a haymow in the barn Or go Besides his wife he is sur for a row with a friend and end vived by his parents and one up in a row A man may bow brother Russell at home to a girl wearing a bow who is Funeral arrangements are in stringing a beau along Thats complete beautys way Well thyme excuse me time is running out Just let me try this sentence on you I dared not cough though my throat was rough as I waited MOTT WAS captain of thetwice this year Mrs Deyo anc Mason City High School football Shindler had been scheduled to earn in 1953 was president of his senior class that year was a heavyweight wrestler and held the state high school rec ord batting average of 536 in baseball Mr Mott was born March 7 1936 in Mason City He attended come to trial Monday Judge Joseph Grain is the presiding judge SCOUTS ARRIVE COLORADO SPRINGS Colo UPI More than 14000 Boy Scouts from throughout the U S started to arrive Tuesday by special bus train and air plane as part of a group of 56 000 Scouts who will open their fifth national jamboree Friday FEOM OUB WIRE SERVICES PHILADELPHIA The US Circuit Court of Appeals struck down Delawares gradeayear desegregation plan and ordered full integration of the states public schools to begin in the fall of 1961 new premier Hayato Ikeda aligned his government firmly with the Western democracies by reject ing a foreign policy of neutrality and pledged to work for greater pros perity at home The State Department said the roughing up of an American woman and her two children by Ha vana demonstrators was deplorable particularly since a Cuban policeman failed to protect them Soviet Union demanded that the US withdraw a detach ment of 20 armed men which it said had landed at Leopoldville in the Congo SALZGITTER Ger many An iron mine fire belching h e a vy black smoke took the lives of at least 21 min ers About 30 others were missing SUPPORT FROM poster Tenn Mann is spokesman for the group announcing the opening of the Demo which will campaign for the drafting of crats for Rockefeller headquarters is New York Gov Nelson A Rockefeller put up in the Blackstone Theater in for the presidential nomination at the Chicago by Julie Powers 18 Evanston Republican national convention in Chi lli and Clarence R Mann Brownsville cago next week 8 killed 6 injured when 2 Navy destroyers collide in fog off coast NEW PORT BEACH Calif UP Two Navy destroyers collided in a fog off this Southern Cali fornia resort Tuesday and both were heavily damaged The Navy reported unofficially there were eight dead and six in jured The USS Am men w a s re ported afire with its after en gine room flooded It was listing SAME sharply but was not abandoned and efforts were under way to get it to shallow water THE USS COLLETT was seri ously damaged The Navy saic the Collett reported one dead and two injured but was pro ceeding under its own power to the Long Beach naval base In Washington the Navy said he Collett hit the port side of the Ammen tearing a hole that On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 67 Mason City News 8916 Latest Markets 9 Sports News 1112 Clear Lake News 13 Comics 14 North Iowa News 18 flooded an engine room and a fire room The Ammen listed sharply but the Navy said the flooding was brought under control and the Amman was anchored off Hunt ington Beach while tugs sped to the scene DAMAGE TO THE Collett was limited to her bow The Navy said that seven men died aboard the Ammen and one man aboard the Col lett The Ammen was enroute to New York all wrapped up in Iowa man held for murder attempt DAVENPORT UP James R the slough near the lough Davis 37 Davenport was being hiding behind a bough watching held for District Court Tuesday a snake slough his skin Here on a charge of assault with in is ough as off oh uff oo ow tent to murder Davis was bound and uff And that firsr slough over Monday after Barbara c a n be spelled correctly as Davis complained to police that sloo slue and slew Slew is past a 22 caliber pistol was fired at tense for slay but the past for her as she fled from Davis dur say is not sew pronounced ing an argument Saturday night siu but said spoken as sed Davis also was charged with pa n 1 I 1 1 TT JI 1 1 Must hit big states say Rocky backers San Diego to be deactivated She had just completed un loading equipment at Seal Beach Calif The Collett was on sea trials after overhaul Follow orders ofUN LEOPOLDVILLE the Congo ff Belgian soldiers began pulling out of Leopoldville Tues day leaving UN forces to keep the epace within the ing capital UN Undersecretary Ralph J Bunche told newsmen the with drawal is scheduled to be corn plcted by 7 pm Saturday Premier Patrice Lumumba had threatened to ask for Soviet aid if the Belgians were not out of the Congo by midnight day but the commander of UN military forces said that does not worry us at all THE UN Security Council in New York is taking another look at the Congo situation Wednesday The Belgian soldiers called in to protect white residents from bands of mutinous Congolese soldiers are pulling back to their Congo bases It is not ex pected that they will return to Belgium Congo bases were guaranteed to them by treaty with the Congo government Lumumba insists however the treaty became a dead let ter when Belgian soldiers were flown into the Congo after the outbreak of the Congo army mutiny earlier this month Leopoldville is one of 20 urban centers taken over by Belgian forces after the Congo won pendence June 30 EVEN THE Leopoldville Air port an escape hatch for many of the 25000 whites who have fled the Congo will be taken over by the U N from its Belgian guards A communique on these ar rangements was issued by Bunche after meeting with he had a Maj Gen long Carl But enough is enow He drew a deep breath and then Ba he cried taking it on the lam Baa Bah CHICAGO Supporters of move to draft Gov Nel son A Rockefeller for the Republican presidential nom ination Tuesday said success of the drive depends on whether they can crack at least one of the larger state national convention delega tions We uhave 96 solid votes role violation He had been charged 18 months ago in a stab bing incident with the same woman from New York a Rockefel ler backer said But weve got to get one of the bigger states to join us Then things would start rolling The Rockefeller camp said that at the present time they had no firm pledges from any state other than New York They said they planned to press their drive among other national leaders during the next few days Rockefeller agreed with other party leaders that at the present time it looked like Vice President Richard Nixon would be nominated for presi dent He said if Nixon be came the candidate he would campaign for him through put the country At a news conference on his arrival in Chicago the Governor underscored his de termination not to become Nixons running mate A re porter pointed out he had never used the word positive ly in saying he would not be available for vice president I will now use the words positively and absolutely Rockefeller said And I in tend no disrespect to the of fice Other Republicans mean while swung into their draft ing of a platform to day while Democrats shaped strategy for the campaign ahead National Chairman Thrus ton B Morton set out guide lines for the 109membcr Re publican Platform gathering in Chicago for its opening session Morton called for a pledge to aid in building a better not the lifelong Garden of Eden he said the Democrats had promised at their justcon cluded Los Angeles conven tion In Hyannis Port Mass Democratic presidential nom inee John F Kennedy ar ranged to have a single cam paign chief in each state as a means of boosting effective ness and curbing intraparty strife For Virginia one state where the Democrats do not sec eye to eye he picked William F Battle son of a former governor CubaUS spat sent to OAS UNITED NATIONS NY W The UN Security Counc Tuesday voted to send the Cuba United States controversy to th Organization of American States The decision was taken afte a bitter exchange between th United States and the Sovie Union Each warned the other not to touch Cuba The vote was 90 with the So viet Union and Communist Po land abstaining Sioux City airman victim of crash SIOUX CITY UPI SSgt Clifford S Garrod Sioux City died here Tuesday of injuries received in a onecar accident about one halfmile south of here late Monday von Horn commander of UN forces in the Congo and the Belgian ambassador and Belgian army chief of staff Bunches announcement broad cast to the Congolese people promised the U N forces will protect all the people Euro pean as well as African The withdrawal of Belgian sol diers from Congolese territory was called for in the U N reso lution providing for military in tervention The Soviet Union charging that the Congo is the target of imperialist aggression has threatened counter measures if the Belgian units were not withdrawn Von Horn rushed to get his troops into interior trouble spots An Ethiopian battalion moved into Stanleyville in the north east Congo A thousand miles to he southwest Moroccans moved on the rebelblockaded port of tfatadi Von Horn was negotiat ng for entry into Matadi NEW PROBE WASHINGTON UPI The tate Department is investigat ng whether girls brought from verseas ostensibly as domestic ervants actually arc involved a white slavery ring   

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