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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 31, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                Daily Ntwspaptr MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TNI THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS NllCNiOIV HOME EDITION VOL LXI MASOM CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY AUGUST 31 IMS Ttiii CouifU of Two 17 Followers Plan Demonstrations to Keep Him in Office Peron Offers to Resign as President Chrysler About Set on Pact Agreement on Pay Plan DETROIT GrVA contract agree ment that would head off a threat ened strike of Chrysler Corp employes and complete the lineup of the Big Three auto com panies on layoff pay plans ap peared in the making Wednesday Negotiators for Chrysler and the CIO United Auto Workers went back to the bargaining table to hammer out final details The union has set a strike dead line of midnight Wednesday but it is expected to stretch it a bit if necessary to reach a peaceful set tlement That was done in negotiations with both General Motors and Ford the other Big Three compa nies before precedentsetting laj off pay plans and other major con tract benefits were given to the union in early June New Agreement Chrysler and the UAW reported ly have reached agreement on a plan that would guarantee laidoff workers 60 to 65 per cent of regu AP WireptKKo LIVES TO TELL OF workers look at the feet of Phillip Speers 14 Lexington arrow after he was pinned beneath the wheels of a Greyhound bus when it overturned Tuesday When dug out Phillip reported only slight head and shoulder injuries One woman was killed lar takehome pay for up to 26 d 21 th j j d in th acddent weeks of idleness and other J terms of the new Chrysler agree ment are expected to foDow close ly the Ford and GM contracts Ford and GM also gave the un ion wage increases ranging up wards from 6 cents an hour im proved peasiao jAwM AS other benefits The average industry wage was about an hour when this round of negotiations began As the Chrysler talks pushed on TJAW negotiators sought to end two strikes idling members and Grandval Quits Moroccan Post PARIS Wednesday announced the resignation of Gilbert Grandval her top administrative officer in her troubled Moroccan tersburg said was Childs Bones Said Vears Old TURIN sktkton of a child was rtmovtd from gravel pit ntir Turin Tuesday and sci entists tstimattd Hit of tht bants at about yoars It second glacialera skeleton found in the pit Earlier the skeleton of a Myearold Ice Age man was found in the pit 20 feet from where rht childs bones were found Dr Franklin Fenenga Univer sity of Nebraska anthropologist said the two skeletons aftpear to be those of the longheaded peo ple who are believed to have been among the most primitive inhabitants of this continent Weldon D Frankfurter direc tor of the Sanford Museum at Cherokee headed removal op erations Man Fleeced Ackley Widow of ELDORA A traveling lec turer arrested in Florida fleeced a wealthy Iowa widow out of an esti mated County Attorney Lester Ose said Wednesday Ose said he has charged George B Dewey 57 with obtaining by false pretenses from Grace Pot ter Miller 77 widow of an Ackley physician Ose said the complaint asserts that the money was obtained about Jan 1 1955 and that the figitte represented only part of the money Dewey obtained from Mrs Miller Im glad they got Mrs Miller said at her home in AddeyJ Postal Box Detective Walter Tipton St Pe Ceasefire Spurned by Israel Puts Blame on Egypt JERUSALEM WIsrael balked Wednesday at agreeing to a cease fire along the Gaza frontier and demanded that Egypt first accept responsibility for the violence in the border area during the past week Egypt had agreed late Tuesday to a ceasefire beginning at 6 p m local time Tuesday It seemed vir tually certain however that the Cairo government would reject the Israeli demand An Israeli spokesman said his government has no confidence in Egypts promise to stop shooting given in response to an appeal to both nations from Canadian Maj Gen E L M Burns chief of the Palestine truce commission Ttrrorist Units Premier Moshe Sharetts gov ernment the spokesman continued had replied to Burns with a re quest that he obtain the Egyptian governments acceptance of re sponsibility for the past weeks idle others at American Mo deep penetrations into Israel by terrorist units of the Egyptian armed forces waylaying and kill ing civilians planting mines and seeking to terrorize our popula An announcement from the truce commission said Burns after receiving the Israelis reply had tried to get them to go ahead with a ceasefire order because Egypt in agreeing to the ceasefire had also agreed to put a stop to all raiding sabotage and The Israeli authorities in new to avert a walkout which would protectorate registered at a Tampa hotel butiQ1 mTU As expected Gen Pierre Boyer de Latour was named to succeedjreceived Ms mail through a the evenillff of 30 were ppneral who has been u me or Aug du were of further incidents reported dur tors Corp Otfwr The union is seeking layoff pay plans and other pattern benefits in these disputes too This was the situation BendixAviation and company negotiators still were closeted early today seeking to set tle a Jourday strike of Ben dix workers at five South Bend Teterboro N Eimira Heights N and North Hollywood Calif A union official Grandval as resident general The general who has been resident Petersburg post office box ZbtM of whether to accent the general in Tunisia left Tunis Wednesday for Rabat the Moroccan Dewey waVnabbed by detectives doubttui of whetiier to accePl tae AP Wirephoto OFFERS D Peron president of Argentina sits at the microphone Wednesday as he offered his resignation to the people Loss capital With all my heart I will try to find a reasonable and peaceful solution for the situation in Moroc said the talks were in a very ac tive Bendix plants at Detroit St Jo seph and Inglewood still are operating under contracts running to Oct 1 International Harvester gotiations continuing in Chicago in an effort to bait a twoweek strike of UAW members American Motors ations resume today in a dispute that threatens a strike of em ployes after the Sept 1 contract expiration Model change overs currently are idling all but of AMCs workers Boyer de Latour told news men in a farewell statement i Grandval who went to Rabat July 7 with orders to relax French rule built up popularity with many Moroccan nationalists but drew the ire of European residents of the protectorate who oppose giv ing the natives a stronger hand Weak Policy The colonists blamed his weak Train Hits Auto Delhi Girl Killed CEDAR RAPIDS UP Ellene Reth 18 Delhi was killed and her male companion Wednesday when injured early their car was struck by a Waterloo Cedar Falls Northern interurban freight train at a country road crossing two miles north of here Dick Read 23 Cedar Rapids was hospitalized with severe cuts on the wrists and face and possible chest injuries Authorities said the train de stroyed the car as it knocked it down the tracks They said there was clear vision at the crossing Miss Reth had been working here tttik N bran policy for the native uprisings Aug 20 in which more than Moroccans and French were killed Neutral observers consid ered the uprisings were due to the French governments delay in granting some measure of self rule to the nationalists in a sixhour watch on the box He waived extradition to Iowa and Sheriff Paul Hodgson of Eldora left by car Wednesday noon to re turn Mm here Mrs Miller widely known in Ack iMW 4 j iAi iHii 1 j T ley for her many director general of Israelis said she met Dewey about also demandeddemands for a 14cent hourly wage tViif C1 mitVfnntaAt years ago Her attorney said Mrs Negotiations at Maytag Break Down NEWTON negotia tions between the CIO United Auto Workers Union and the Maytag j dressed the Ackley Rotary Club Co Wednesday appeared to haveearly this year him proposal and it was stated the final decision would not be made until the morning of Aug the announcement said The Israeli letter to Burns which was signed by Arthur Lourie dep in Garner Fire estimated damage Wednesday morning when it gutted the John Deere Farm Implement Co and se verely damaged a nearby gas station The John Deere building was almost completely lost according to Jim Howie owner of the business Howie said the blaze started at 9 when a gas tank exploded in the machine shop while workmen were attaching a pump No one was injured in the ex plosion The fire destroyed most of the equipment contained in the build Packing Plant Union Strikes ESTHERVILLE of Local 383 of the CIO United Pack inghouse Workers union went on strike at the Hill Packing Co plant here Wednesday in support of their Miller made a trip to the Land and to Africas Mau Holy Mau region in company with Dewey County Attorney Ose said he un derstood Mrs Miller met Dewey through a minister Dewey ad broken down The present contract expires at midnight Wednesday A company statement Tuesday night said negotiations were bro ken off after Robert Johnston in self as a minister members of the club reported Many At Ackley Mrs Miller donated that Egypt give guarantees immediate complete and definitive cessation of all further hostile ing including a vast supply of farm implement parts and tractors which were being overhauled Viola Wesenberg is the owner of the building Fire departments from Garner and Klemme arrived on the scene shortly after the fire was reported Union officials said members of but managed only to check the the local voted 1077 last Wednes blaze from doing greater damage Twin Appeals day in favor of authorizing a strike to the adjacent DX station man to support their wage demands aged by Asa Gibbs Burns ceasefire proposal had The local plant is a horse kill been backed by appeals from the plant Manager V E Stone said United States and Britain to endhe understood workers at the Hillj The building was still secure when the blaze was brought under the fighting Violence along the Egyptianheld Gaza Strip continued A total of 21 Israelis and eight Egyptians funds for the city hall chimes been reported killed there plant at Topeka also are out The union is seeking the wage To Bo Rtplacod Also slated for displacement is the aged unpopular Sultan of Mo rocco Mohammed Ben Moulay Arafa He was installed by the French two years ago when they exiled his pronationalist relative Sultan Mohammed Ben Youssef to Madagascar Since then Ben Youssef has become the focus for nationalist feeling in the pfotec torate The French plans call for forma tion of a Moroccan government representing all factions by Sept 12 YOU FIGURE IT OUT NEW YORK UP A current publication features an article by the Treasurer of the United States Its title Poverty Never Made Us pany representatives there was nolfunds for erection of a church at An Israeli military spokesmanMorrell Co beef packing plant use to continue further talks tinPhoenix where she spentsaid infiltrators had fired afternere less the company was willing to grant the union shop and the guaranteed annual wage provisions j as part of the new Byron Dye president of the May tag local 997 denied however that the union had broken off ne gotiations because of the disagree ment on the union shop and a lay off pay plan He said instead the breakdown was xlue to disagreement on remaining issues mainly the in centive rule payment for investij gation of grievances and weekly j and daily averages of the incentive The union is willing to meet and resume negotiations at any time the company Dye said The Maytag statement said the company is willing to resume nego tiations at any time upon rea sonable notice but no further meet ings are her winters Ose said investigation of the caseJFalujah in southern Israel woundisaid no negotiations were in pros was continuing jing one of the occupants The French hope that Boyer detternational UAW official told coma church organ and helped provideisince last Thursday Latour who for many years held 1 military commands in Morocco will satisfy both nationalists and French colonials During his ten ure in Tunisia the French granted the protectorate a large measure of home rule While he was in Mo rocco Boyer de Latour used a firm hand against unruly Moroc cans The plan to sacrifice Grandval was worked out by Premier Edgar Faure and top members of his Cabinet last week during confer ences with leaders of all Moroccan factions at Alt les Bains The French Cabinet approved the Pre miers plans for the protectorate after long meetings Sunday and Monday increase granted the UPWACIOj at other packing plants over thej jnation recently including the Johni all stock had to be removed and considerable smoke and water damage to the building and stock was reported midnight on a military car near Both union and company officials ipect Wholesale Prices of Food at 2iYear Low NEW YORK food prices as measured by the Dun Bradstrect index declined this week to the lowest level in more than years The index stood at down from a week ago and a year ago This weeks figure was the lowest since Feb 3 1953 when U was photo by Gibbs INSPECTS FIRE E Kerns Britt inspects damage caused to two build ing in Garner hit by fire Wednesday Three tractors and a corn picker are buried under the rubble above 400 Road Deaths Are Predicted in Labor Day Rush CHICAGO A Labor Day weekend traffic death toll of 400 was forecast Wednesday by the National Safety Council This would be 100 deaths more than would occur if the weekend were not a holiday The period covered by the estimate will run from 6 Friday until midnight Monday Our figures on past experience compel us to estimate the Labor Day traffic death toll at Ned Dearborn council president said But we are convinced those 100 unnecessary deaths and more can be prevented if every driver and pedestrian meets the extra danger with extra Cabinet May Nix Proposal People Mass in Plaza BUENOS AIRES Argentina UP D Peron Wednesday of fered to resign as president of Ar gentina in the interests of poli tical Leaders of the powerful pro Peron General Confederation of La bor and the Peronista Party promptly called for a general strike and mass demonstrations throughout the nation to keep him in power Four hours after appeals were broadcast for another October L7th revolution to demonstrate Perons popular support of us followers had gather in the vast Plaza de Mayo in central Buenos Aires On previous such occasions the square which faces Casa Rosada iie seat of the government has been jammed with to wildly enthusiastic supporters Plan May The appeal for another Oct 17th revolution alluded to the 1945 up rising when workers of Argentina swarmed into the streets in riot ous demonstrations which firmly established Peron in power In Montevideo Uruguay Argen tice refugees said Perons offer to resign tras a calculated political maneuver designed to reinforce Ms weakening hold on the government through mass These sources said the paltry turn out in Buenos Aires indicated the maneuver may backfire Buenos Aires afternoon newspa pers all proPeronist printed spe cial midmorning editions with bannerlines reading Peron must not go and Peron yes another The group gathered in the Plaza de Mayo was orderly They sang Children of Peron a party song and shouted Workers with Peron and Our lives for No Disorders Although there had been no dis orders shops in the main section of Buenos Aires slammed down their iron shutters and stores locked their doors against the pos sibility of violence Perons offered resignation wai announced to the public by broad cast over the national radio at 9 6 CST by Hugo di Pietro secretary general of the General Confederation of Labor and Alejandro Leloir president of the supreme council of the Peron ista Party Vice President Alberto Teisaire informed the Peronista movement that he too would resign if Peron goes In his letter to the party and to the General Confederation of La bor Peron said Word has reached me from our political enemies that they would moderate their behavior on my resignation from the government I have always been willing to listen I believe even though 1 am imposed by the will of an immense majority of the Argentine people To offer my resignation benefits the dignity of my position and the honor of the QUEEN DIES DALLAS Tex l Queen an elephant at the Marsalis Park Zoo who has been pleasing crowds in Dallas since 1913 died Tuesday at the zoo She was 70 Mercury Dips Into 40s During Night DES MOINES had a foretaste of fall early Wednesday when the temperature dropped into the 40s in many parts of the state Atlantic had a low of 43 degrees Spencer had 45 and Mason City 46 Highs Tuesday afternoon were from 72 at Mason City to 79 at Ottumwa The Weather Bureau now ex sects cool readings to continue un til at least Friday No rain is in sight All About The Weather Maton City Somewhat warmer Iowa Continued cool Minnesota Fair quite cod Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Wednes day Maximum 74 Minimum 46 At 8 58 YEAR AGO Maximum 75 Minimum 49 COOL   

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