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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 11, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                                v v V T V V V North Iowa Daily Newspaper Iditod for tho CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The Htwspap EDITION VOL n cr That Makes All North I o wans Neighbors PTM feUtiUeiu run um MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JANUARY 11 I960 To Piper Two 71 Setback for Erbe Judge refuses to rule on obscenity DES MOINES UPI Ally Gen Norman Erbe Monday luffered a severe setback in his drive to have 42 magazines which were banned from Iowa newsstands declared obscene by the courts Federal District Judge Robert Van Pelt said he will not make any ruling on whether the magazines are obscene during the court test which will open later this month here Van Pelt also delayed for one week the opening of the trial Publishers of 22 of the magazines which Erbe banned last September brought an injunctive action against the Republican attorney general claiming Erbe was actually precensoring their magazines Precensorship is unconstitutional under both the S and Iowa law but Erbe has contended all along that he was not prejudging future is ues of the publications Erbe in his answer to the pub lishers suit had sought to make the case a fullblown test of Iowas 73yearold obscenity statute He asked for a court ruiing on whether the magazines were ob scene and Van Pelt earlier in One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLU pn Sundmj WO I Atoei 640 pm WTAD Qnlaey 930 pm WSUI City 9Ifli Sat One cloud darkens our economic sky EXCEPT FOR ONE THING America and Americans would be heading into the new year with boundless confidence That one thing is the grave danger of widescale work stop pages through a rash of strikes such as the one that paralyzed the steel industry for almost four months in the year just ended Only in recent days have we been able to draw a deep breath again Coupled with the threat of like developments on our railroads in our major aircraft and dicated that he would call an advisory jury to determine whetherthe magazines were in fact obscene BUT VAN PELT ruled Mon day that the question of obscen ity was immaterial to the case as brought by the publish ers Attorneys for the publishers said earlier that they would not want a ruling on whether their magazines were obscene but are going to center their case on the matter of precensorship However Van Pelt said that if thepublishersshould ever missile plants equipment to and in electric mention just a few points of peril there is z full awareness on the part of the public that it is without the means for protecting itself against labor and managemnt controversies in our economy We havent yet counted the price paid for the 115 day steel strike It cost 500000 steel work ers almost two billion dollars in wages it cost the steel in dustry a billion and a half dol lars plus and the government was short a billion six hundred million dollars in tax revenue BUT THATS ONLY A START of the story The repercussions from the steel stoppage were enormous but unmeasurafale Perhaps the best index to the indirect penalty imposed by the of gross national production A byproduct of farreachinu significance growing out of the of confidence thep Sim ihi claim that their magazines are not obscene Erbe then would have a chance to put the ques tion of obscenity back into a case There seems to be little chance that the attorneys would even bring up the snarled ques tion of obscenity ERBE DISAPPOINTED by the ruling admitted that the publishers had scored a vic tory However he indicated he would still press for a ruling on obscenity by prosecuting a mag azine dealer who had begun selling some of the magazines on Erbes list of 42 porno graphic magazines which the attorney general ordered off the newsstands late last summer Erbe said the test cas against the magazine dealer would be started pretty soon in district court He did not in dicate which dealer would be prosecuted but said his assist ants have already developed the case Temperature to remain mild The heavy cloudiness fog and uiiuieuL impuacu uy me damp weather which strike is to be found in the greeted lowans Monday is like billion drop in the annual rate lv to continue several days the nf national nrnrlnMinn Weather Bureau S3VS peratures are relatively mild There might be some the But tern to remain snow the proday and showers or drizzle fered in a twocar collision Fri llective day on Highway 64 about 9 uay ana snov cesses of voluntary collective h cnthMct il LI 1C oUULIlcd aL ti j ur auwut J bargaining Almost without cxj M 0 d a y morning temperamiles east of Harian Two other ception Amencans not identified tures ranged from 13 at Spcncer persons were killed in the to 30 at Burlington Tuesdays crash lows are due to be from 24 in with either management or the unions are persuaded that the time is here for legislation which will protect the public interest The cost of every strike is assessed against the public in one way or another Settlement of recent Moines bus strike contained announcement of higher fares and reduced service at once In a similar sit uation New York authorities are putting off their day of reckon ing The public pays for the short age of steel during a strike and the public pays for the hike in wages and fringe benefits re quired to settle the strike More importantly the public pays for the inflation which is the unfail ing product of every largescale strike THIS proach the north to 34 in the south COLLEGE PLANNED EPWORTH Wl Construction of a Central Junior College wil be started here soon on lane of the Divine Word Hope for end to violence Wilson talks are resumed ALBERT LEA Minn Authorilies hoped thai rcsump tion of negotiations in a 74day meatpacking strike would halt the violence here that lias con tinued almost daily for more than a month WRECKAGE LITTERS TRACKS AT WELLINGTON OHIO Fast train leaves tracks A dead 55 hurt in crash WELLINGTON Ohio UP A 10car New York Central passen ger train speeding from St Louis to Cleveland hurtled off the rails at a track intersection here Sunday night killing at least four persons and injuring more than 55 The railroad said 155 passen gers were aboard the Southwest Limited when it piled up in fog and mist The accident was on a double track 37 miles south west of Cleveland at pm The threeunit diesel engine ripped down a signal tower which caught fire and leaked diesel oil that also was ignited One of the cars was a com bination baggagecoach which spun sideways across the tracks and was smashed broadside by the coach which followed it Allen Memorial Hospital at Oberlin which received most of the injured said it had treated and released 33 persons and ad mitted 19 It is 10 miles from the wreck scene Other injured were sent to hospitals in Elyria Norwalk Medina and Lodi A New York Central spokes man said the carriers Five killed in accidents By THE PRESS A father and son were killed n atwocar crash near Cedar Falls and three other persons North Iowa Continued mild in died as a result of traffic acci dents on Iowa highways over the weekend Killed in the crash at the in tersection of Highways 58 and 63 about 13 miles south of Cedar Falls were H L Brock 59 Ap lington salesman and his son David L Brock 29 Janesville teacher Their car collided with a car occupied by Richard Kesl d both 23 Plame Ledger and Kesl Richard Dickmann Boyden was killed Friday night in a twocar collision on a rural road nearHull Lynn Johnson 21 Elk Horn died Saturday of injuries suf August Gaida 58 Bettendorf was killed Saturday when his car went through the railing of an overpass on Highway 150 ITS NO 6 HOLLYWOOD owned by the Society Jeanne Crain 33 Sunday gave birth to her sixth child a girl IS NO PARTISAN ap to the matter Adlai Stevenson is every bit as vigor ous in his views on the question as Dwight Eisenhower was on the eve of his threecontinent Odyssey last month when in a TV talk to the nation he voiced the blunt warning that America Will net tolerate for long the crippling of the entire economy as the result of labormanage ment disputes in any industry or any group of industries The choice our President added is up to free American employers and employes Volun tarily in the spirit of free collcc ICQNTINUED ON PAGE 2 Launch counterattack against antiSemitism By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Youths and religious leaders kept in the vanguard Monday of a mounting counterattack against the worldwide display of antiSemitism Thousands of young people in Paris and West Berlin took part in demonstrations Sunday pro testing a revival of Hitlerlike racism A group of leading American Protestant clergymen includ ing evangelist Billy Graham warned the wave of Jewbaiting shows a central organizing force of the same vicious type that existed in Nazi Germany Swastika signs kept popping up in widely scattered countries over the weekend including on the wall of a Roman Catholic college in Brazil and a Catholic church in Ypsilanti Mich In West Berlin the showing of a Frenchmade documentary film about the horrors of Nazi concentration camps drew a capacity crowd of 1200 It was sponsored by a youth organiza tion of West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauers Christian Democratic party The Paris demonstration against antiSemitism saw Protestant pastors Roman Cath olic priests and two member forms of concentration camps Paris town hall shouting Down and stumbled and with the Nazis and the hangmen through Tuesday Fog with occasional freezing drizzle Monday night warmer upper 20s Cloudy with occasional light rain or drizzle Tuesday except possibly few snow flur ries near Minnesota border highs lower 30s Iowa Continued mild through Tuesday with occasional driz zle and drizzle freezing north ern section Monday night lows 2634 Cloudy and occa sional light rain Tuesday highs 3040 Further outlook decreasing cloudiness n o much change in temperature Wednesday Fiveday Iowa Temperatures for the week will average slightly above normal with only minor daily changes un til it turns colder Saturday Average high marks will range from the upper 20s north to the upper 30s south Averagelows will be from the lower 20s southeast to the teens elsewhere Precipitation will average 10 to 25 inch in occasional drizzle rain or snow mainly on Tuesday anc Saturday Minnesota Sleet or light snow in south continued mild Highs Tuesday 2535 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 36 Minimum 20 At 8 am 22 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum Minimum 43 21 Aged lowan hit killed by train VINTON7 Pol lock 77 a retired highway com ot the French Communist mission maintenance party s Politburo joining about was killed here Sunday when 1000 young people They hit by a Rock Island passenger marched in a parade organized train Benton County Sheriff by the Representative Council Vern McCIurg said the engineer of Jews in France Some in the of the speeding northbound parade wore the striped uniRocket told him he spotted Pol Fourth set of twins in 6 days born at Clarion fourth set of twins insix days was born at Clarion Community Memorial Hospital Sunday morn ing The twin sons of Mr and Mrs William Eliason joined the twin daughters of Mr and Mrs Gary Hill Clarion born Jan 4 Mr and Mrs Lloyd Patten Goldfield Jan 4 and Mr and Mrs John R Burt Rowan Jan 8 SAME IOWA SAFETi DEPARTMENT FIGURES BUck means traffic deth In past 34 koun gators had not determined what caused the wreck He said the Southwest Limited moved at a pretty good clip through that area THE THREEUNIT diesel was on its side and the mail car which was unoccupied straddled the tracks ocrosswise behind it The combination bag jagecoach came to rest side ways against the mail car and the first coach mashed into its middle Two other coaches and three Pullmans that followed were de railed Only the last car a diner remained on the tracks Margaret Taylor an East Cleveland housewife and former newspaperwoman was on the third coach She said there was a terrific jolt and baggage tarted falling all over the place ALMOST EVERYONE was real scared and some had bruises Then it seemed about two weeks until we all got out The bravery of Charles H Taylor Beilefontaine Ohio an engineer for the New York Cen was related by other pas sengers He and his wife were on the first leg of a pleasure trip Taylor organized the women and children in the combina tion baggagepassenger car and led them to safety despite flames in the car ahead People were screaming all around Taylors wife said It was something you never forget Homes have been torn apart windows shattered cars burned and several threats of death made against 500 non union workers by strikers at the Wil son Co plant protesting the luring of scabs The more than 1000 strikers also have been the butts of threats and violence Charles Lee president of Local 6 United Packinghouse Workers of Amer ica said he had received a threat that his home would be burned FOUR PICKETS were sta tioned at the Lee home to guart his family while the union lead er is in Chicago to attend bar gaining sessions resumed for the first time since shortly aft er New Years Day The violence had simmerec down iate in December wher negotiations were resumed fo the first time since QctgflJ and authorities hoped the nev sessions would put an end t the warfare BecCcdup police forces hav patrolled Albert Lea and th surrounding countryside for th past two weeks searching ou night riders who make after dark strikes at the homes o nonunion workers I think that were finally go ing to squelch these nigh riders Police Chief Charle Heilman said Well corner a few of them one of thes nights HEILMANS 18MAN fore and county deputies took ove enforcing order when Minne sota National Guard troops wer pulled from the town late L December after imposing mar tiai law for several Sunday the downtown aparl ment of Donald Cafourck whos wife reportedly is a nonunio worker was found wreckcc Clothing and dishes had bee thrown down the steps A not said The impossible yo The Cafourcks were a w a when the attack occurred A fire which burned out th insideof the barn on the farm of Mrs Burt Jacobson south o here Sunday was believed to b the work of arsonists NO ONE IN THE Jacobso family works in the Wilso plant but a car which a son Barry 16 sold recently ma turn out to be the clue to solv the mystery The lad believe a car dealer soJd it to someon who is a nonunion worker the plant and irate strikers too down the license and checke the car back to him ROBERT CARSON Carson enters race GOP now has 4 candidates OUR WIRE SERVICED DES Rob ert Carson onetime Republican majority floor leader in the towa House Monday announced his candidacy for the GOP gu bernatorial nomination in the June primary 39 Independence bc came the fourth Republican to throw his hat into the ring for the Governors race His appearance on the politi cal scene which came after a twoyear retirement from pol itics raised the possibility that it may take a state convention to pick the Republican candidate who will run for the seat now iieid by Gov Herschel C Love ess CARSON SAID he would do everything I can to keep the nomination out of But with four candidates run ning there is a chance that tha leading candidate in the primar ies may not collect the neces sary 35 per cent oE the total vote necessary for the nomina tion Carson joined Atty Gen Nor man Erbe State Sen Jack Schroeder Davenport and Job a Knudson an Albion farmer in the GOP gubernatorial field Carson said he plans an in tensive campaign which will take him into every county in Iowa before the primary elec tion His campaign premise he said will be that theRepubli cans of Iowa can and must dedi cate ourselves to do an out standing job for the state and to keep our expenses within our in come CARSON SERVED in the 1955 and 1957 Legislatures and was Republican majority floor lead er in 1957 Carson and his wife Shirley were the first married couple to graduate together from Drake University Law Schoot and they have practiced law in Indepen dence since 1950 7pound boy for BB PARIS UP Frances reigning movie queen Brigittc Bar dot Monday gave birth to a 7pound boy We are naming him Nicolas Jacques the proud father film actor Jacques Charrier beamingly told a news confer ence He has blue eyes and a strong tenor voice Miss Bardot and Charrier both now 25 were married last June 18 Her previous marriage to film director Roger Vadim who directed her rise to fame as one of the worlds most popu lar sex symbols was childless Charrier was at his wifes side when their son was born about am in their Paris apartment A throng of people was outside Brigitte a supercurved little blonde is the daughter of a French industrialist Her romance with Charrier started when he appeared as her leading man in the movie Babette Goes to War At that time she was supposedly engaged to a crooning guitarist Sacha Distel A bid by SUI fraternity lock lying on the tracks but was IOWA CITY Tau Omega sent a bid Monday to young Master Nicolas Jacques Charrier of Paris France to become a member of State University of Iowa fra ternity in 1978 A cablegram costing the Tier niTy 1 Vf f vi vk vrihh uMir uu Vf v The marchers filed past a meunable to stop in time Author to Brigitte Bardot Nicolas morial to an unknown Jewish ties theorized that Pollock un marlyr then went on to the able to sleep was taking a walk fell on the was ruled Death to tracks The death accidental mother H said Dear Nicolas Weve al ways admired your mother and are sure you will be equal ly brilliant Happy extend you a bid to our fraternity fall 1978 Yourmother will be welcome as house mother Signed Alpha Omega of State University of Iowa Iowa Ciry Iowa The invitation to the newly born scion of the top French actress was extended after a hastily called chapter session Monday morning The S13 was raised by contributions from the brethren ATO has about 45 members its normal quota members said AP Pbotofn PROUD PAPA Actor Jacques Charrier gestures as he announces the birth of a son to his wife French actress Brigitte Bardot in Paris Charrier who was so nervous in the service because his bud dies kept flaunting him with undrabed photos of his wife that he was given a deferment held the conference at a bar v it   

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