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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 9, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home HOME EDITION VOL n The Newspaper That Makes All North lowans Neighbors Associated United InlereaUoBal Full MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY DECEMBER t 1959 It a Copy Paper Four One Nt Indi an crowds hail President NEW DELHI W A joyously hysterical throng of more than one terrify ingly out of control surged about President Eisenhower Wednesday as he rode for miles through this capital of India Proclaimed in a huge banner as the prince of the President was caught tight in an No one will ever know exact ly how many Indians stood in their dhotis and saris to cheer Eisenhower along an 11mile route from airport to city Police guessed the crowd at mil lion but it could easily have been larger the poor illiter awesome crush of who make up much of this almost worshipful humanity nations have Urge more censorship of movies Clergy press both opposing sex violence By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON Sex and violence in motion pictures in dubitably pay off at the box of fice but they are garnering for the industry increasing criticism from the clergy and the press as well as triggering new cen sorship activity Bishop James A McNulty chairman of the Catholic bish ops committee which super vises the Legion of Decency has proposed a joint campaign by all major religious bodies t clean up the movies This wa a reaction to growing criticism by protestant groups of sex an violence in films Call them adult pictures if you said one prominent clergyman but statistics show its mostly teenagers who arc seeing PROTESTANT GROUPS in general oppose censorship as a matter of principle But rating of films by the 20yearold Le gion of Decency on moral grounds frequently results in cutting of films already ap proved by censor bodies and the industrys Production Code Assn to suit the Legion INfexvspapers in Dallas and Los Angeles recently have listed motion picture ing they would not accept ori otherwise expressed alarm film ads The Los Angeles Ex aminer stated that it would re fuse advertising which plainly panders to pruriency in illustra tions and Two Tulsa pa pers have sent to theater owners and managers and film distribu tors regulations governing the ad copy they will accept Dal hared a widespread feeling that Eisenhowers presence at this ime was a clear warning to Communist China against fur her action on the India frontier Prime Minister Nehru wel coming Eisenhower from a tri umphant sixhour stopover in Afghanistan declared that riendship for America had been irmly established in India be ore his arrival He said Eisen lowers visit would make this ever stronger more durable and lasting We are grateful to you and to your country for this Nehru declared his voice filled with emotion EISENHOWER responded with a pledge that American leaders will stand beside Indias leaders in the quest for world peace The Lord willing ihat quest will be Eisenhower said All of us know the only alternative to global war is peace Let us pray that even this little step forward may have some useful purpose in CHEER FUND GOAL furthed great reported f jne President rode into New Delhi from the airportin an 1 M Knudson Mountain Home Arlc Occident Club Maurlne and Erline Heck Tram and Jo Holy Family Parish open convertible smiling and 1 waving The crowds jammed JT i iau T MM Kwty deep sometimes Cerro Gordo Federation of La Dressed so close there was harp Mison City Multiple Listing HES SOAKED RUT SAFE A crewmember of the grounded Swedish ship Anna gets thoroughly soaked in the pounding surf as he is brought ashore by breeches buoy at St Combs Scotland The Freighters abandoned AP Pbototax ton freighter was driven ashore by winter storms that have been lashing the British Isles and Europe for several days Alpha Chi Chapter Bell Sitmi From Sunshine Circle Elk Creek RachelCircle St Vincent DC Paul Society TAE Club First Christian Church Mission ary Christine John and Michael The days total Total to date Amount siill needed Givinr left so close there was bare y room for the presidential car to pass Police were forced to 50 beat back excited Indians at the airport with lathis leather padded sticks THE INDIANS had come by jbus car train and oxcart to he motorcade route encouraged by Nehrus words to welcome he first U S chief executive 0 visit India as a messenger of peace Indian radio announcers de 13 Cheer Fund donations mounting ROM faroff places as well as from church groups clubs and individ Stormy seas take heavy toll of lives scribing the vast butprniiing of people called this a rfcdletfer day in Indian They said the welcome was the big gest ever given a foreign visi tor Eisenhower came to India fifth stop on his mission to three continents from another tumultuous reception in the mountain kingdom of Afghanis tan Crowds estimated at half a million so delayed his progress LONDON Pi Giant waves in the North Sea overturned a Norwegian freighter early Wednesday and no trace was found of her 20 crewmen The disaster brought to 108 the dead or missing from the great storm raging for the fifth dayr around the coasts of Norway arid said her crew was taking to a lifeboat Later in the morningthe Oslo motorship Buffalo re ported she had found the wreck of the Elfrida bottom up six bodies and two over turned lifeboats The Norwegian liner Oslo fjord reported finding a raft The Norwegian ship was the Elfrida which ra diced for help off southern The Finnish freighter Anna also was abandoned off Scot land Capt John Vuoria 60 skip per of the freighter pitted himself against the storm He ordered his crew ashore but he was determined to stick it out Wednesday however he gave up and was grounded vessel by breaches buoy off the east coast of Scotland a Royal Navy tug and a lighthouse tender were standing by the North Carr lightship dragging toward the rocky coast with seven men aboard At least two other ships were reported in danger in North European waters The effort to save the North Carr lightship already had cost eight lives The entire crew of the lifeboat Mona drowned trying to reach the threatened vessel Other life boat crews refused to put out into the terrifying seas in Kabul that he was half an hour late reaching New Delhi KING MOHAMMED Zahir uals at h o m eigreeted Eisenhower warmly in came gifts that nearfreezing weather at the So boosted the total vietbuilt airport of this mile to date to Sen Johnson j in Iowa raps space policy COUNCIL BLUFFS UP Sen Lyndon Johnson DTexas said here Tuesday night the Russians believe that whoever controls outer earth space itself and control the there is good for the Christmas and applause high capital There were cheers reason to believethey are right Cheer Fund If this pace of giving is maintained the goal of will be reached and passed and the needs of de serving families in our commu nity will be met HAPPY TO contribute the enclosed as a small token of appreciation of this good Christ las newspapers had promulgated by established standards the same sort your efficient and I paper of the area Three Cumberland news papers have joined the move ment The Sunday Times spokesman for the group edi torialized Misrepresentation and overemphasis on conduct generally immoral or contrary to established standards must be carefully controlled before such elements get out of ON THIS VARIETY a trade magazine issued a demurrer That subtle pressure is being applied community by commun ity all over America to lo cal newspapers to ban or say they will ban film ad copy as too strong begins to assume a the show business trade journal observed Who asked them Hollywood is most directly concerned with the new Pennsyl vania state censorship law This measure allows censorship of a film after it has been exhibited and also provides for classifi cation of films as approved for all but and not Both pro visions are anathema to mos showmen The fear of Hollywood and the theater owners is that other states will follow Pennsylvanias lead Only four other states now have censor New York Virginia and Kan sas But C Ferdinand Sybert Maryland attorney general told the Maryland Theater Owners Assn that unless the industry cleaned up the movies I am sure you will find the courts changing their attitude towards interesting wrote the Eisenhower bundled in black overcoat and muffler smiled broadly as he shook hands withthe King and other Afghan officials against the backdrop of the snowcapped Hindu Rush mountains Thousands of Afghans in long robes shawls and turbans lined the road at villages in the bleak barren countryside during the 30mile drive into Kabul cheer 1 He said that the United States lis three years behind the Rus sians in space and at present is not trying hard enough to catch up let alone get in front Johnson on a tour through the Midwest spoke to the Chamber of Commerce here following a day in Omaha He touched on farm policy in interviews with newsmen calling Republican Party treatment of f a r r s ing and applauding The schedi n enclosing a check from the Holy Family Parish From the Sunshine Club came a contribution which Mrs Wal er Harman treasurer stated was collected at the clubs an nual Christmas meeting As has been the situation in other years gifts are made to the Cheer Fund by groups and ndividuals in surrounding com munities such as the Elk Creek Rachel Circle ALTHOUGH LIVING hundreds of miles away H M Knudson ormer Mason Cityan continues to send his Christmas Cheer con tribution You can watch the progress of the Cheer Fund as additional packages are placed in Santas arms Many more are going to be needed to reach the needed goal Send or bring your gift to the GlobeGazette Send it to CHRISTMAS CHEER Care GlobeGazette Mason City Iowa Eisenhower and KingZahir at Chilstoon Palace a luncheon given by the King and farewell ceremonies at the Jeshyn na tional parade grounds Johnsons appearance here Iowa which was to take him to Des Moines for a KiwanisLions luncheon and a meeting with Young Democrats at Drake Uni versity and to Marshalltown for a night address Senate probers hear more drug testimony WASHINGTON UPi A leading drug manufacturer told the Senate AntiTrust subcommittee Wednesday that its drug price investigation could slow the forward march of medi cal research unless great care is exercised Replying to criticism of drug company pricing practices John T Connor president of Merck said objective examination wouldshow that the industry is highly com petitive arid free of excessive Connor said hiecompany one of the nationslargest pharmaceutical houses functions as a delicate partnership between the quest for scientific knowledge on the one hand and the drive for financial success on the other Both research and profits arc necessary he said if the hunt for new break throughs in the wonder drug field is to continue Connor was accompanied by two Nobel prize winning chem ists Dr E C Kendall of Princeton University and Dr Philip S Hench who told of the discovery of cortisone forerunner of a whole family of arthritis drugs Kendall said cortisone could still be just a laboratory curiosity had it not been for the foresight and courage of Merck in pressing the Milwaukee Road strike averted national med iation board Wednesday took jurisdiction of a dispute by the Brotherhood of Railroad Train men and thereby postponed in definitely a strike against the Milwaukee Road The strike had been set for 3 Wednesday and would have affected service on the line east of Mobridge On the inside Clear Lake News Page 14 Society News 141516 North Iowa News 18 Sports 2122 Editorials 26 Mason City News 3233 Comics 35 Dent in steel dispute Canners OK new pact WASHINGTON Steel vorkers Union boasted Wednes day about a new labor agree nent in the can manufacturing ndustry and moved on to alum num in hopes a settlement here would pressure steel abor peace David J McDonald the un ions president said new bar aining talks start in Chicago vith major aluminum manufac turers He said he hopes to join the sessions there early next week The agreement reached Tues day with the American and Continental Can companies two of the nations largest steel for wageben efit gains valued at 30 cents aa hour over a threeyear period IT INCLUDES provision for wage boosts of cents an hour in each of the three contract ears The can workers aver ed per hour including vertime in September A feature of the can settle ment calls for full hospitasur gical benefit coverage paid for y the employers to continue or workers after they retire benefits also were raised It is believed this is the first time a major American indus try has agreed in collective bargaining to provide for the health needs of employes who McDonald said McDonald said the basis for the can agreement covering some workers was worked out by the union jwith top men of the two can com panies Chairman Lucius Clay of Continental and President William Stolk of American Can HE SAID THIS is In contrast with the situation in steel where jhe top steel executives re fuse to rpeet with him in real bargaining meetings Meanwhile steel negotiations were moving fairly slowly Gov ernment mediators called in steel industry negotiators for further talks today They said they had no meeting scheduled with the union but asked for more technical data from union experts McDonald said the agreement with the can companies re tained intact work practice clauses such as those in steel contracts One of the major is sues in the steel dispute is the steel companies insistence on changing such clauses to give the firms more leeway in mak ing manpower economies AUDIT DBS MOINES UPI The state of Iowa paid for its muchpublicized audit of the gas tax division SAME IOWA SAFETY DEPARTMENT FIGURES flue mean traffic death AP Photofax IKE IN AFGHANISTAN President Eisenhower and King Mohammed Zahir of Afghanistan stands at attention during playing of the national anthems at Kabul Airport Ike paid a short visit to that nation before flying on to a more extensive stay in India the fifth stop on his 11nation goodwill tour 46 dead in crash in Panama hills BOGOTA Colombia lolombian navy reported Wed icsday that its patrol planes lave sighted the wreckage of n C46 airliner missing since Tuesday with 46 persons aboard he wreckage was seen in the San Bias Mountains in Panama he navy announced There vere no signs of life The plane lisappeared on a flight from the San Andres Islands to Carta gena northern Colombia lowan struck by auto dies later GUSHING Al bert Bauer 45 Ida Grove was Wednesday when he was hit by a car as he was walking along 20 one mile northeast of here Authorities said Bauer died about a half hour after being struck by a car driven by James Carlson 39 Sioux City Erbe seeking GOP governorship bid DES MOINES Ally Norman Erbe announced Wedi Mason City Mostly fair through jnesday he wilPseek the Republi Thursday Lows Wednesday nomination for Thurs governor inext year He promised an ef night 2025 Warmer day highs 4448 ificient honest and progressive Iowa Fair Wednesday night administration if elected lows in the 20s Partly Erbe now in his second term slightly warmer attorney general said he feels highs middle 40s northeast tojiegisiative reapport i o n m e n t middle 50s southwest Further should be a chief goal of the and a little ncxt cooler chance Friday Fiveday Iowa of light rain He also gaid there is def inite need for economic effici Temperaturesjency in state government and a will average 5 to 7 degrees jbelter working relationship be above normal the executive and legisla night through next Monday branches of government and Afternoon highs should be in i the people of the upper 30s and overnightj Erbc 40 is thc third to step lows in the 20s A warming inlo the racc or thc Republican trend is expected through Thursday turning cooler Fri day and warming again by Monday Precipitation will average about 25 of an inch in rain late Friday and Satur day and possibly again late Monday except the precipita nomination for governor State Sen Jack Schroeder Davenport and John Knudson Albion farmer previously had an nounced Erbe at a special news con ference said the chief issue for the Republican voters in the H 111 lai VIU11 A VT4 illO Ik O WVl tion is likely to be in the form 1960 primary election will be to grapmc magaziries said that the NORMAN ERBE Erbe who became well known both in Iowa and across the na tion for his fight against porno of snow Friday night ldcddc who can get Minnesota Continued fair Highs Thursday 3242 The according to Erbe job i issue will not be a part of his public campaign But he ad GIobeGazettc weather data upjiswinning back the governors to 8 Wednesday Ichair which has been held the Maximum 38 last two terms by Gov Herschel Minimum 19 IC Loveless mitted that it might have some bearing on how some lowans vote He said he was not sure whether it would mean that he would gain or lose votes vl   

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