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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 20, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for CITY GLOBE VOL 102 The newspaper that makes all North lowans Associated Press and United Press International Full was wire MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER 20 1962 HOME EDITION neighbors 10b of Two SectionsSection No 217 ountain war by IndiaChina Airlines react to criticism Quips bring changes By ROBERT J SERLING WASHINGTON Three years ago a thenobscure come dian named Shelley Herman de clared friendly war on the air lines He waged his battle with a 10minute monologue known as the airline bit He recorded the skit as part of an album hoping it would sell a few thous and copies It sold more than a million Just to refresh your memory its the one where Berman re f erred to an airline captain as that handsome man crookec smile but straight teeth And where Berman frantically try ing to tell a stewardess the wing is on fire gets the classic nasa answer Coffee tea or milk We havent time for coffee tea or milk Berman shouts We are doomed Well then replies the stew ardess how about a martini That one monologue has hac as much effect on the nations airlines as a deskful of com bined orders from Aeronautics Boardand Aviation Agency Since Berman first recorded it following events have transpired Some airlines have taught their stewardesses NOT to say tea or milk for the simple that passengers laughing every time the phrase was uttered Many pilots have made open efforts to improve cabin PA an nouncements after Bermans spoofing of their clipped metal lic voices1 Sample Well be cruising at an altitude of of oh I dunno about 18000 At least one airline put the burp cups or airsickness bags out of sight in the seat pockets because Berman re marked it was the first thing he saw when he took his seat Bermans monologue was out right satire and even verbal caricature but it contained enough truth to make the air lines take notice Just like that adage Many a truth is spoken in jest Ber man chuckles If I hadnt touched on some problems that are very real to an airline pas senger people wouldnt have been laughing so hard Berman admits the bit won him immediate friends in the airline industry Sometimes Stewardesses ask him to make the cabin PA announcements This is a mistake Berman in variably intones the wrong air port and the wrong airline We have just landed in Cin cinnati he will proclaim to startled passengers on an Amer ican Airlines plane that has just landed in Los Angeles and we want to thank you for flying TWA Despite the hatchet job he did on pilots and stewardesses or stewards a Bermanese ex pression that has been adopted by some airlines as official lan guage he has received many letters from crew members thanking him for the ribbing Once I got a letter from an airline pilot complaining I had insulted the dignity of his pro fession Shelley says but so help me that was the only gripe Even airline executives liked the skit Eastern asked me to do it at Capt Eddie Rickenbackers farewell party when he retired as Easterns president Berman got a plaque from the National Aviation Club in Wash to the man who has done the least for com mercial aviation I earned it says SbelJey proudly Iowa Fair west and north partly cloudy south with occasiona rain in extreme southeast Much colder Saturday night with frost or freezing temperatures wes and north Lows Saturday night 25 to 30 northwest to 40 south east Sunday fair and warmer Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum 66 Minimum 43 At 8 am 43 Sunrise Sunset News in a utshell FROM OUR WIKE SERVICES Another satellite Soviet Union launched another satellite the second in a week Tass reported Cos mos XI carries scientific equipment for space re search Alabama is target MONTGOMERY Ala Martin Luther King Jr says five Ne groes wilLbegin a second attempt at b r e a k i ri g down racial barriers at the University of Ala bama in the next few days Although not seg regated by law the Uni versity has been left un touched by integration attempts since Negro Autherine Lucy attended the institution for three days in 1956 Fair to close SEATTLE The Seattles Worlds Fair with a promised showing of black ink ends its sixmonth run Sunday with attendance approaching the 10 mil lion mark New attack LONG THANH Viet Nam American heli copters some of them equipped with rockets and machine guns flew two battalions of South Vietnamese troops into combat against a Com munist guerrilla head quarters in the jungle east of Saigon Cedar Falls girl is egg princess DBS MOINES W Iotas 962 Egg Princess is 17yearold Robyn Henry a Cedar Falls ilgh school girl She was chos night from a field of by of Iowa Rice Swaledale and orus Hopkey Alexander Dispute on border is Indian units pushed back FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES NEW DELHI India Chinese Communist troops attacked the Indian border along a wide front Saturday drove deep into In dian territory and captured the main Indian border post of Dhola high in the Himalayan moun tains The loss of Dhola was official ly announced in New Delhi after the defense ministry disclosed earlier that the Chinese Reds had attacked in successive waves and driven Indian troops back at several points in bitter fighting along their disputed border The Communist Chinese hit Indian defenses in Ladakh in the northwest and along the McMahon border line in the North East Frontier Agency NEFA with human wave tac tics reminiscent of the Korean war The Dhola outpost was the main Indian military position in this NEFA area According to Indian maps it is about three miles south of the McMahon line in the Himalayas where In dias border converges with that of Communist Chinesecon trolled Tibet The official announcement dis closing the fall of Dhola post said the Communist Chinese now BAGLE ATTACKS BOG IN STREET A golden eaglewhich appearedunexplairiedly in a neighbor hood on Chicagos South Side attacks a small dog leaping over itasdogsf owner swings a broom at the bird Fred Goodman Jhe owner eagle was actually lifting the dog off the ground when he came to the rescue The bird was later hit with tranquil izer pellet Dbg was not seriously hurt Stewardess swept out of door Falls to death from plane WINDSOR LOCKS Conn AP The pretty stewardess was an nouncing the landing at Bradley Field when a tremendous blast of air roared through the plane Heacjs turned but all that could be seen was therear doorflap have area of fightping from one hinge She was ing in the NEFA region to near ly 30 square miles in this par ticular sector south of the Thag la ridge Defense Minister V K Krish na Menon said the Chinese at tacks were premeditated and oncerted He said very heavy fighting still continued While Menon refused to es timate the numbers informed sources have spoken of thou sands on each side in the area Menon said the Chinese had concentrated very large forces in that area and they are all be ing thrown into the attack As the frontier burst into lame India was reported to have decided to ask Bhutan to allow Indian forces to enter that country to strengthen the Hima layan kingdoms defenses against Red China The fighting on the northeast rentier is just east of Bhutan While the little kingdom is build ng a modern army with the help of India it has resisted such reDavsr quests in the past Prime Minister Nehru issued an order to Indias troops last week o clear the Chinese out of areas India claims The Chinese have since charged that India was pre paring a massive invasion MORE TROOPS LEAVE OXFORD Miss Army sharply cut its military brce at the University of Missis sippi Friday ordering all but 500 of the 4000 regular and Mis gone swept out into the night Northwood man dies after fall from scaffold fall from a scaffold while working at the Calmer Sola farm north of here Friday proved fatal to William H Wolff 66 a carpenter He died at a hospital A Northwood resident for 15 Two hours later Friday night the body of Francoise de Moriere 29 was found in a field 1500 feel below Charles Mack 36 of Springfield Mass had been sitting next to Miss De Moriere on the seconc leg of AlleghenyAirlines flight 928 from Washington to Provi dence RI Between Philadelphia and Wind sor Locks site of Bradley Field he wind began screaming hrough a gap that opened around he rear door Mack said Miss De Moriere a native of r years Mr Wolff formerly was bhe sat down aSain a farmer He was horn in Wmfh chatted A little while a farmer He was born in Worth County Sept 2 1896 Funeral services were tenta tively set for Monday at 2 pm at the Zion Lutheran Church the Conner Funeral Home in charge include his wife whop he married in 1919 a son aris and a veteran of two years service with Allegheny went for ward and brought back copilot Thomas Hawkins Together they stuffed pillow cases around the oose door Mack said The noise stopped he said and we ater she said Excuse me I have to an nounce our descent The blast of air ended Miss De Morieres announcement A second stewardess Kathy La cey 20 of Washington was com ing out of a lavatory at the rear of the Convair when the outside According to an the pilot the rush of air ripped off the lavatory door and causec Miss Lacey to stumble but one or more passengers steadied her The spokesman said lie doubted Miss Lacey in danger of fall ing out of the plane Officials of the Civil Aeronau tics Board and the Federal Avia tion Agency were to begip inves tigating the incident Saturday The loose outside door had been reported to Bradley Field at about 8 pm by pilot Harold Gould 38 of Alexandria Va Two minutes ater Gould radioed back that the door had gone and Miss De Moriere had been ejected After landing the twinengine plane with all 47 passengers safe and sound Gould helped state po ice plot his approach course in an effort to pinpoint the spot where he stewardess had fallen A helicopter equipped with searchlights buzzed back and National Guard troops Oxford The contest cononly two companies of military producers as police from New Jersey to back the courtordered enrollment H Meredith whose presence here touched off a bloody riot Sept 30 Wouldbe bandit floored A day of frustration of teller A man into a branch of the Bank nott m En9ish to Big bills fd Wd him in French blnk Wt saying Okay Ill try later he handed the note to teller in the Banque Provineiale du Canada on tame street and 9ot the same reachon He proceeded to the Banque Canadienm Nationafe where a woman teller read the note and fainted The frustrated man dashed for the door slipped on the freshly waxed floor and was nabbed by a bank employe and a policeman Police Identified the man as Donald Abbey 33 Montreal They said he was unarmed Jr Northwood three door blew ooen Accnrdine an nau Bone out to mvcs rs Mrs Curtis Accoraing an tigale a noise and had found a M r Eldon Ellen spokesman who spoke tpipillow and other debris from the n nrl 15 nLi i forth over the course guiding the searchers on the ground However it was Robert Swingle of Farmington a town several miles west of Hartford who found the body Swingle had gone out to inves tigate a noise and had found Beuhrer and Mrs Eichard Evelyn Hanson all of North wood 14 grandchildren four brothers and three sisters On the inside Clear Lake News Page 3 Editorials 4 The Surveyor 5 Religious Features 67 North Iowa Latest Markets 9 Mason City News 920 Society News 10 Comics 16 Business News 1718 Hurricane swings into shipping lane CAPE HATTERASN C Jfi Ella no longer an immediate threat to this Atlantic coastal area speeded up her forward movement away from land during the night Gale warnings were ordered dis played as far north as Cape May N J Moving northeast at 15 miles an hour Ella held to a course that would take her into the North Atlantic well out of range of land but a threat to any ships in her path RAIL INJUNCTION CHICAGO federal judge Friday issued an injunc tion preventing the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen BRT from striking the Santa Fe rail road Sunday plane in his yard He called po lice Swingle then began a close search of his property and foun the body ofthestewardess 100 yards behind his house Farmingtqri police said one 16 cal resident claimed to hav heard a womans scream at abou 8 pm A legal cloak around Meredith ATLANTA federa appeals court has thrown a lega cloak around Negro James H Meredith to protect him from any official interference or har assment during his studies at he University of Mississippi A preliminary injunction i ued Friday by the U S 5th Circuit Court of Appeals gave trict orders to the state of Mississippi its officials and heir successors not to interfere n any way with desegregation at Ole Miss The Justice Department said n Washington the order prob ibly was the most sweeping ac ion ever taken by an appellate court jaunt Goes home with cold CHICAGO ff President ejnnedy Saturday canceled the emainder of his weekend trip ecause of a slight cold and ew back to Washington im mediately The announcement was made y press secretary Pierre Sal nger who said the decision was eached on the advice of the residents physician Dr eorge Burckley Friday night Salinger said r Burckley noticed the residents voice was husky nd Saturday morning he found 5s temperature one degree bove normal He has a slight upper res iratory infection Sail n g e r aid Kennedy is receiving the sual medication for a cold said and onhis rfetufa 3 Washington willgo to the Vhite House and take it easy This is the second lime with n two weeks that the president as had to cancel engagements ecause of a cold On the other ccasion his cold appeared just efore a Midwestern trip that ook him as far west as Min eapoiis but he recovered uickly and made it with no pparent ill effect Salinger said the doctors are ure Kennedy had recovered ompletely from the last cold before coming down with this one One days difficulty schedule about Satur lt called for numerous outdoor appearances including an airport rally in Milwaukee a shopping center talk in St Louis and speeches and Las Vegas was to have ended the day by spending the night in Seattle and officially closing the Worlds Fair there Sunday He was to have flown back to Washington late Sunday afternoon Adding to the Presidents problems were the d i s m a 1 veather forecasts for both Mil vaukee and St Louis On his Midwest tour the dent has been busily preaching his political doctrine that the election of a Republican any Republican is in his view a step ackward for the country Schwengel irked by cancellation of his address LE CLAIRE Iowa towns new Post Office was dedicated on schedule Sat urday afternoon but without the dinnerthat U S Kep Fred Stfhwengel Davenport Republican was supposed to address in the evening There still were some words fly ng around about the action of Wiliiam Nicholls personnel man ager of the St Louis postal re gion inscancelling the dinner Since Schwengel is up for re election and the Democrats were not represented on the dinner speaking program Nicholls called off that part of the dedication ceremonies Schwengel countered with a statement that he hadnt planned to make a political speech If this is a new policy the pos sibilities are interesting Perhaps the department will take a stand project Schwengel said project Schwengel said BIG PUMPKIN WASHINGTON MVCar oline Kennedy will have a 121 pound pumpkin to use as a jack oJantern on Halloween The Presidents daughter is due to receive the pumpkin from Rep Thomas F Johnson DMd who said he obtained it from the arm of Paul Phillips near Salis bury Md An editorial SAME Safety Department FJturei We join nations great in sa ute to newspaperboys rise to the occasion to salute and pay tribute to these young men of the press for the service they render The President m a message of greet ing said You are doing more than accepting How many million disappointments would there be if the Newspaperboys failed in this function throughout the world for one day BEING A isnt 0 iicvvsjjituei oojr isn u Tjar a regular responsibility and earning an ticularjy glamoroua They work six independent place in your community days a week every week of the Although these things are important The exfenf nf i you are also demonstrating the strength character and integrity upon was founded and VUG jrccn extent of work is more or less de termined by the route he carries and the number of subscribers It is however an exciting job It re j in quires diligence and dependabnity rld ens s will HP 7 n these times of world crisis will be de pendent JHE PRESIDENT pointed out that many prominent Americans learned Hbw to serve and work and look ahead also demands responsibility and integ rity for the newspaperboy must be sure that each of his subscribers gets his daily paper We at the GlobeGazette are proud w w otivc wutiv aim looK aneaa v me are proud while delivering newspapers on a neigh of our more than 335 newspaperboys iniifa flnr 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