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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 14, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBE VOL 102 T h e n e w s p a p e r Associated Press tnd United Press International Full Lease Wires that makes a I North lo wans MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY MAY 14 1962 neighbors UOc a copylThis Paper Consslls of Two SectionsSection One No IT Laos quiet after U S force alerted One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO moot pm Sun KWLC Decoruh 1210 pm Sun HOI Ames C1U am Tuej WTAD Quiucy 930 pm Tours WSUI City 910 am Sat Back again to that moot word aint MAIL IN RECENT weeks has brought me at least a dozen clippings of an extremely funny little cartoon which had appeared in the New Yorker magazine Its at the expense of the New Webster In ternational Dictionary but Im sure Philip Gove the editor of that highly controversial vol ume must have drawn a good chuckie from it The cartoon is set in the of fices of G C Merriam Dic tionary Division An austere woman behind a desk obvious ly a secretary or receptionist is shown looking up at a bearded visitor bearing brief case in one hand hat in the other Under the drawing one meaningful line Sorry Dr Gove aint in This ribbing with drawing pen followed by one issue of the New Yorker an extended and critical review of the Third International by Dwight Mc Donald As Ive pointed out in a previous commentary Mc Donald just couldnt find much that was good in the kingsize volume Despite the claim by Editor Gove that the new dictionarys stand on the word aint has been misrepresented by critics it still seems to me to symbolize the permissive approach with which the Third International has been compiled But first lets be clear on just what the new book does say about aint After setting forth the words for which it is employed as a contraction it proceeds in these words Though disapp roved by many and more common in less educated speech less educated than what isnt aint is used orally in most parts of the US by many cultivated speakers especially in the phrase aint I Substandard as have not I aint seen him you aint told us and as has not he aint got the time aint the doctor come That seems to me to come quite close to an open endorse ment of aint by the makers of the Third International In a personal note from Editor Gove which I have presented rather fully I was chastised verbally for saying that I havent up to now heard aint used except in jest by anybody who even pretends to be educated Even lower down the scale of lexical values in my own listing is a product of abysmal ignorance pronounced irre gardless But this new dic tionary can find nothing more critical to say about this hy brid than that it is a probable blend of irrespective and re gardless and that it is non standard What should have been said is that there is no such word Thats how I feel about the matter But in candor I must admit that my feelings are not shared by all of the dozens who have taken time out to give me their reactions to my previous commentaries on the subject The great preponderance of my mail 90 per cent at least has been in approval of my view point but Ive heard from some with a contrary point of view So I know its a debatable ques tion From a friend who was gradu ated from of the nations foremost schools of speech and has spent the past 20 years on a university campus came this stimulating comment I believe firmly in stand ards not only for language but for manners and morals But who is to set them For a long time Emily Post set the pal Turn to Pagt 2 Please Orthodox wedding ceremony in Athens North Iowa Partly cloudy widely scattered showers or thunderstorms through Tues day Lows Monday night low er 60s HighsTuesday lower to middle 80s Iowa Partly cloudy through Tuesday scattered showers and thunderstorms a little cooler northwest Lows Mon day night upper 50s north west lower 60s southeast Highs Tuesday in 80s Further outlook Partly cloudy Wed nesday widely scattered thundershowers cooler Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 8 to 10 degrees above normal Tuesday through Saturday with only minor daily changes Normal highs are from the upper 60s northeast to the lower 70s southwest Normal lows are from the upper 40s north to Double ceremony Greeks cheer Carlos bride ilUJLLU LU the lower 50s south Rainfall Sophies faith ATHENS Greece Juan Carlos of Spain and Princ cess Sophie of Greece were mar ried Monday in two religious cere monies as tens of thousands of Greeks cheered The dashing prince groomed by Generalissimo Francisco Franco to occupy the long vacant Span ish throne first married the daughter of Greeces rulers in his own faith at the Roman Catholic Cathedral of St Denis They rode together through the streets to the royal palace smil ing and waving to the cheering throngs Then they separated and were driven to the Greek Orthodox Cathedral for the Orthodox cere mony required by Greek law and roared out a salute and a gather ing of 120 royal guests looked on with excitement as the prince 24 and the princess 23 took their vows should average 50 to 75 of an o v uu at i inch in showers and thunderapproval of the RomanOrthodox union after the princess pledged to bring up her children in her husbands faith Church bells rang artillery guns storms Monday night and Tuesday and again Thursday or Friday Minnesota Scattered showers cooler Highs Tuesday in 70s Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 35 Minimum 64 Precipitation trace Sunrise Sunset 799 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 63 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum 73 Minimum 53 On the inside Editorials JPage 4 News Quiz 5 Comics 7 Society News 8910 Sports 1M2 North Iowa News 13 Latest Markets 14 Mason City News 1415 Clear Lake News 1617 Transit Schedule 18 KILLED IN FALL MADRAS Ore A huge steel form breaking loose when a cable anchor pin snapped plummeted 150 feet to the bot tom of a spillway tunnel Sunday killing two workmen and injur ing six SAME Pope John XXIII gave special Princess Sophie arrived at the church right on time She was escorted fay eight bridesmaids their eight escorts and four wit nesses for the ceremony all princes or descendants of royal houses The cathedral decorated and perfumed by thousands of red and yellow roses and carnations was packed with royalty that included Queen Juliana of The Netherlands King Olaf of Norway Queen In grid of Denmark Prince Rainier and Princess Grace of Monaco and younger princes and prin cesses by the dozen It was the most brilliants wed ding Athens had seen since Sophies Paul and Queen Frederika were married in 1938 Attempt to ease crisis Philippines bill restudied FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON House lead ers reintroduced a Philippine war claims bill in an effort to re verse a vote of last week which touched off a crisis in Philippine American relations The bill would provide mil lion to pay for claims arising out of World War II damage to the Philippines caused by American Japanese fighting and the subse quent Japanese occupation of the islands In a surprise move the House killed the bill last week As a result Philippines president Dio sado Macapagal announced he had cancelled plans for a state visit to the United States Macapagal denied a statement by Rep H R Gross RIowa that the war damage payment and continuing US economic assistBY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ance to the Philippines were handouts VIET NAM Sitn Phis and Republican members of the House Foreign Affairs committee House leaders previously talked over the problem President Kennedy The new bill was revised had with to N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Union bosses lose appeals WASHINGTON The Supreme Court turned down appeaJs by two convicted union Beck former president of the teamsters union and Maurice A Hutcheson head of the AFLCIO carpen ters union Beck was seekingreversal of his grand larceny conviction based on charges he stole 900 involved in the sale of a unionowned Cadillac Hutch eson convicted for contempt of Congress had re fused to answer questions at a hearing of the Senate Labor Rackets investigation in June 1958 Moslems get revenge bodies of two little Jewish boys were found in their home here with their throats slashed and police blamed the murder on the familys Moslem maid apparently angered by a rash of ter rorist killings of Moslem women in Algiers Escapes assassination gunman believed to be a Mos lem fanatic opened fire on Indonesian President Sukarno at a prayer meeting in Jakarta but radio re ports said Sukarno escaped unharmed llth test in Pacific WASHINGTON The United States set off its llth nuclear explosion in the current Pacific test series dropping an intermediate yield device from an airplane Red China charges intrusion TOKYO Communist China charged that In dian troops had set up fortifications in Chinese terri tory m western Tibet and fired shots at a nearby Chinese outpost in a new flareup of the border dis pute between the two Asian powers meet a major objection that de veloped in last weeks House de bate Unlike the first measure this biil would require that the recipients agree to reinvest their payments in further development of the Philippines Two of its sponsors Reps Element Zablocki DWis and Walter Judd RMinn predicted hat House members given a sec ond try at the measure would approve it this time Other congressional develop ments Civil the second time in a week the Senate re fused to invoke its cloture rule and curb a southern talkathon against the administrations vot ing rights bill The 5242 21 short of the required two thirds majority virtually con demned the civil rights bil for this session Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield said in advance the cloture move would have to get awfully close to the two thkds majority if the bill was to stay alive Otherwise he said he would let the Senate move on to other business authorities await permission to land Marines in Thailand next door to embattled Laos VIENTIANE US diplomats strive to bring warring factions in Laos to conference table but Southeast Asian kingdoms rival princes at odds on conditions for resuming peace talks Prince Boun Oum and Gen Phoumi No savan continue Asian tour despite Communist threat to their gov ernment D Har kins chief of US military advi sory force in South Viet Nam to Bangkok to confer with Thai officials on crisis Television Two presidents Frank television Stanton of CBS and Robert E Kintner of denied that television pro grams were deliberately laced with sex and brutality to build up an audience They testified before the Senate Juvenile De linquency subcommittee which is winding up its hearings on the impact of television on youth Despite the denials sub committee chairman Sen Thomas J Dodd DConn said there was evidence that con certed efforts were made to in ject brutality and suggestive scenes into actionadventure programs 9year prison term for Yugoslav leader Phot of ax THREATENED LAOS 1 indicates threat ol proCommunist push on capital cities of Luang Prabang and Vientiane as follow up to seizure of Nam ThaHouei Sai area In Thailand United States was reported ready to land Marines Shaded portion of map is Communist controlled Laos atag lance WASHINGTON US forces placed on alert throughout United GENEVA Speculation grows that 14nation Laos peace confer ence may be called back into ses sion to deal with crisis Prince Sou vanna Phouma agrees to royal government appeal to return for peace preliminary agreement is drawn up with his aides in meeting at rebel head quarters Vientiane government shows no indication of agreeing KHANG KHAY Leaders of Prince Souphanouvongs proCom munist Pathet Lao warn Prince Boun Oums royalist government that talks to set up a coalition had better start soon LUANG cap ital lies exposed and sleepy in path of rebels but no sign yet of Pathet Lao attack Troops move to border Want talks resumed FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON American soldiers in Thailand w e r e re ported moving toward the Lao tian border Monday involving the United States more deeply in the battle to stop communism from swamping the rest of Southeast Asia Washington reports said a bat tle unit of 1000 men of the 25th Divisions 27th Infantry was or dered to the Mekong River town of Udong after proCommunist rebels chased the remnSnts of the Royal Laotian army out of northwestern Laos into Thailand during the weekend The 27th US Infantry has been in Thailand for SEATO military maneuvers High U S officials said 1000 American Marines aboard a 7th fleet task force were ready to land as reinforcements when Governor kept in hotel with fever SEATTLE recurrence of a kidney ailment confined Iowa ov Norman Erbe to his hotel room Monday but he said he was feeling better and planned to ily back to Des Moines with his family Tuesday At one time Monday morning his fever reached 104 degrees be fore dropping Gov and Mrs Erbc and their hree daughters De Elda 14 Jennifer 12 and Kevin 9 came LUC liyccuuiu governor said mu icuei auaci he had felt this coming on for nortnern Laos and that me several days and became ill Roal Laotian army broke the ItrJlllrt rlininrv I it finnt Saturday at the Seattle Worlds Fair The while dining with his family Sun day at a Lake Washington water front restaurant hotel I was shaking like a leaf J VCIJilC IIUCJUUUII here15for Iowa Day ceremcniesjiive years ago Erbe said but the doctor gave ll me some pills and Im feeling bet ter now This is a flarcup of a kidney infection I first suffered the Thai government gave for It was expected mal approval momentarily Elements of the 7th fleet wero maneuvering into a semicircle around the Indochina peninsula U S airbourne troops in Oki nawa and Hawaii and on the U S west coast were on alert Thailand ordered its own troops to reinforce the border area and Premier Sarit Than arat called on the people to keep calm and trust in the govern ment For the moment at least of ficials were reported somewhat encouraged by the lack of any new Communist moves in Laos There has been a halt in Pathet Lao military activity over the last two days Communist propaganda out lets set up a strident outcry against the American maneu vers Radio Moscow said Laos is being exposed to the danger of direct U S military inter vention Radio Peiping carried an in terview with Laotian rebel Gen Kong Le in which he charged that the United States actually 42yearold governor said the rebel attacks in m Nnry1 T n A n 1 1 ceasefire first Nevertheless both the Boyal Laotian government in Vien cw en By the lime we got back to the tiane and the rebel leadership appeared ready to talk peace The government of Princa Road toll trimmed Action not just slogans DES MOINES Basing his new saturation program optimism on strict enforcement said policies and not on a bunch of slogans State Safety Commis sioner Carl Pesch said Monday vtn i A 00Lit iiiujiuciy BELGRADE Yugoslavia hes hopeful 100 lives can be Milovan Djilas former vicesaved on Iowa highways this president of Yugoslavia was year convicted Monday of disclosing state secrets and sentenced to nine years and nine months of strict imprisonment His trial was held behind closed doors Included in his prison sentence was five years of a term which Djilas 51 had not served of a previous sentence of nine years imposed in 1957 Comedian Jenks is victim of cancer MANHATTAN BEACH Calif UPI Comedian Frank W Tenks 59 died Sunday night Vom cancer A native of Des Moines Jcnks had been in more ihan 35 movies including Fol low lite Fleet with Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers Weve been staying about 45 under the toll for the same date a year ago Pesch said With little luck on the highways the rest of the month we could be 55 or 60 below the 1961 toll going into June The next two weeks will be critical Pesch said We could easily go far below the 1961 toll since nine persons were killed last year from May 17 through May 20 and 16 died from May 23 through May 27 Pesch conceded that heavy snowfall earlier in I he year which kept travel at a minimum helped curb the traffic loll But there are a lot of other factors involved including our I In the program seven or eight State Highway Patrolmen congre gate in a designated spot and cov er all roads in the area Since this program was into effect in the middle of April Pesch said the patrol has writ ten more tickets than it did from the first of the year until mid April He said the program has sent patrol cars to areas where they probably had never been One farmer wrote and said he saw a patrol car go by his farm for the first time in his life Pesch said he didnt plan to is sue any verbal warnings to driv Bonn Oum its 5000man army shattered in northwest Laos and its treasury shrinking by sus pension of American economic aid cabled neutralist Prince Souvanna Phouma in Paris with offers to resume peace talks Informed sources in Vientiane said Boun Oum offered to let Souvannas faction control the strategic police and defense ministries in a coalition govern ment if he could give some as surance they would not fall into the hands of the Communists Ihjs issue broke up past nego tiations French government sources said Souvanna was ready to taik and offered to meet Bonn Oums negotiators in Laos The Peiping radio broadcast indicated that Pathet Lao Red phanouvong put talks also Prince Sou favored the ers before the Memorial Day hoi iday This saturation program is much more effective than a bunch President Kennedy put on alert land sea and air forces in the United States and the Pa cific area The alert was re ported far short of the type of warning that would be gfvcn to troops in the event of war Units alerted included those of the new strike command which can move swiftly in the event of socalled brushfire wars Kennedys order that the mili tary precautionary meas ures was designed 1 to put power behind US diplomatic efforts to end peacefully the new rs know the patrolmen are out there but they dont know where they arc Thats bound to make them careful Kennedy met with his top mil itary and diplomatic advisers Sunday for 70 minutes his third conference on the Laotian situa tion in three days   

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