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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 2, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for th MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NIWIPAPIR THATMAKCS ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHIORS HOME EDITION VOL LXI Associated Prtu ud Called Preu Full Wires iScvea CenU Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1955 This Paper Consists of Two One F irst of Little Agree With CIO American Motors OKs Pact AP Wirvphoto BLAZE FOLLOWS BLAST Chicago firemen battle a flash fire Thursday night after an explosion wrecked a factory district Three buildings were destroyed 39 Injured Heavy Loss in Explosion Link Dulles to Trudeau Firing NEW YORK New York Daily News said Fri day President Eisenhower fired Maj Gen Arthur G Tru deau as Army intelligence G2 chief at the personal re quest of Allen Dulles head of the Central Intelligence Agency In a Washington copyrighted story carrying the byline of John ODonnell the News said Trudeau actually was removed from his intelligence command by Eisenhower despite the violent though sup pressed opposition of the Pentagon from Secretary of Defense Wilson down through the allpowerful Joint Chiefs of Staff and uniformed pro fessionals of Army Navy and The newspaper said the Presi dent wavered in his decision to fire Trudeau but that Allen Dulles plea was backed up by his brother Secretary of State John Foster Dulles In Washington one official cited in the story as having taken a prin cipal part in the reported dismis sal of Trudeau flatly denied any jknowledge of the development or j having had any part in it 2 New Hitches in Summoning Legislature Bills Passed Would Be Legal AP Wirephoo RESCUERS ARE pilot and navigator of a Royal Air Force helicopter which crashed in the English Channel Friday during an airsea rescue demonstration This official Col Stanley Groi DES MOINES yj Gov Leoj are hauled aboard a launch The copter is shown at left just before it sank three min top assistant to CIA said Friday the attorney utes after the crash tor Dulles told a newsman that asjgenerals office has ruled ifar as he knew the story is totally passage of a legislative reappori CHICAGO terrific explosion and flash fire Thursday night false and untrue in every measure at a special sesi destroyed half a square block in a near Southwest Side factory Last May sjon Of the Legislature would meetj injuring at least 39 persons and causing an estimated million dollars The Army announced on Aug 10 i constitutional requirements i damage that Trudeau would be replaced by j But it appeared there are two No deaths were reported but a hunt for possible victims will Ridgely Gaither whoother questions which might prej made after weakened walls of tbe burned buildings are destroyed been in command in the ISthjvent speedily advancing the reapj believed all factory workers Airborne Corps at Ft Bragg N portionment matter so that the U S Mediator Expected m Maytag Strike Out of Work at All Plants since last May people could have an opportunity had escaped A Salvation Army canteen truck driver was killed in a collision en j the Pentagon until last week He j the general election of 1958 Trudeau remained on the job at to make their decision as earlv as route to the scene at 38th Street and Ashland Avenue Of tbe injured eight were pitalited One was reported in critical condition another in seri ous condition Most of the injured suffered from burns 3ViHour Blaze Chief Fire Marshal Albert Peter sen estimated the damage De jstroyed in the fire were is now preparing to leave for thei The attornev generals office said t j rar tast wnere ms specuic a constitutiqnal amendment i EgyptianIsraeli Frontier Quiet After CeaseFire Delay of Year Is Approved Strike Threat is Ended By Tbe Press American Motors Corp Friday became the first of the Little Three in the auto industry to settle with the CIO United Auto Workers on the Big Three contract pattern The settlement ended a strike called by the union Thursday mid night The American Motors settlement differed in one major respect with those reached with the Big Three General Motors Ford and Chrys ler AMCs layoff pay plan will not be put into operation until a year after the others The company will start paying into a trust fund Sept and benefits will not become available until a year after that Benefits j become effective at the Big Three next June 1 i UAW Vice President Leonard AYoodcoek said the union agreed to years delay in an effort to niake American Motors a perma nent success in the auto industry land to help a group of dis I placed former Hudson Motor Car employes in Detroit Firms Mtrged American Motors was formed Not True Army The Army Friday described as incorrect a published report that Maj Gen Arthur G Trudeau was dismissed as chief of intelligence by direc tion of President Eisenhower NEWTON tfcA federal Griffith Laboratory I GnTrudeau is going to an im tar was expected here Friday asjoujjding where the explosion ocl Portant assignment in the Far the strike ol CIO United Autocmred and two adjoining stoic having completed j couldfee approved sessions two regular sessions arrepflEtea along the pear Yad Mordechai an gyptianlsrijeli frontier Thursday jraeli after JERUSALEM minor up a well shortly before midi troops have been ordered to DV Egypt com condii Egyptianheld Gaza strip i Tuesday to the ceasefire proposal economic problems meet constijftjjjai acceptance of an appeal to It was in the Yad Mordeehaiiby Canadian Maj Gen E L Sendthe fighting j An Israeli military spokesman at area that Israel Thursday claim edj Burns chief of the Truce tne mege ansaid tte wantetf to help American two Egyptian jet fighters were shot ervisory Commission the spokesjMotors meet these ure by two consecutive legisla tures The governor has said that he is Workers members at the MayUgjtures occupied by the CarrConsoli nearly two years on the the considering submitting Co entered its second day dated Biscuit Co One building statement said the matter of legislative reappor tionment to a special session if it could be included with another subj Chamber Board Backs Highway 18 Plan 245 tutional requirements General Election An additional requirement is thatTel Aviv said Egyptian infiltrators down by Israeli planes man said he did not know if it was j Edward L Ceshman American such a proposal be approved byj j The spokesman said the raid onjnecessary for the Cairo governjMotors vice president said his the voters in the general election l e was tue indent fejment to send a new reply company had been paving more following passage of such a meas I H 5 HI IIP jPorted during the night j The spokesman disclosed t h a tthan the going rates in the auto j Israel Thursday night announcedBurns arrived in Gaza Fridayindustry and had asked the union acceptance of a morning for a first hand investigajto bargain on the economic facts i ceasefire providing all attacks tion of the Israeli attack on American Motors jby Egyptians in whatever form will I Yunis a rail center in the strip Woodcock said the layoff pay Tbe Chamber of Commerce of directors Friday voted 24 Robert E Hall of the Federal iwas three stories the other six Mediation and Conciliation Service The cause of the will be announced by the office in Des Moines planned tonot determined immediately iFar East Command according tojject on which the lawmakers could confer later in the day with comj H sent flames racing through custom Trudeau has beenjwork pany and union officials in an Griffith Laboratory The y Assistant chief of staff for intellij The Iowa Tax Study Committee to arrange for resumption of spread within three orjgence for two years created by the 195o andsth gotiations toward ending the walkjfour minutes witnesses said toj Grogan added that he had never was instructed to make of Highway 181 out adjoining biscuit manufactuxneard ne nad taken any partidations for a complete tax strucUhmnoVi rirt Meanwhfle officials of structures soutn Mason uu 90 Workers Some 90 workers most Negro J women were at work in the biscuit JThe United States and Britain had A spokesman for Egypts Palesstrongly backed the truce sup tine department said in Cairo peace appeal plan wage increases and other benefits in tbe new American Mo tors agreement constitute a 14cent Egypt has not replied to the bid The Israeli announcement came an hour package for the first year j i r i 11 n mt But he announced that Egyptian About in obtaining Trudeaus transfer jture overhaul The act requested and that the first I heard of rrjthe governor to call a special ses lh was when a about it News said Grogan and tangled in Germany when reporter telephoned sion if the recommendations are presented 60 days before the next regular session convenes The committee has set escape The fire brought out some ieii saia nejTrudeau was top American mililtive target date of Sept time ttjtary chief of police in occupiediits report jiQon Germany from 1948 to 1950 70 Letter to Wilson Brush of the Civic Hesearch Coun cil Harold W Johnson of the new ly created committee favoring the se route and Mayor George E 1 19o6 The governor has said Local 997 said Thursday bad been an uneventful day on the picket line which has been set up around the Maytag automatic washer and conventional washing machine plants here and at Hampton Idle About production workers were idle but affected the Negotiations toward a new tract were broken off late Wednesj day afternoon and the union went LOEB DEAD jletter to Wilson charged TrudeauIvertisedI 90 on strike at midnight NEW YORK UP Veteranjhad in a Washington talk last June i general election The move came after the heard arguments by Dr group F C will call a special session asj as the report is available that Letter from Lundy The Weather as estimates of casualties in the of the 3year pact This includes past nine days of fighting in thei a flat wage boost of six to eight Gaza area reached as high as 611cents an hour for all employes killed and 91 wounded The toll I Additional sixcent raises will be soared when Israeli troops in halfj given in 1958 and 1957 tracks blew up an Egyptian miliThe UAW previously had esti jtary headquarters at Khan Yunis Mason City Somewhat warmer Jin the Gaza region Wednesday night Iowa Cloudy warmer Fiveday Iowa Temperatures Friday night through next Wednes day will average 6 to 8 degrees uener TO wison soon as tne reoort avaiiaoj the strike had not equipment in answer The newspaper said Grogan comi However thelaw requires fice force I the V ef alarm a to Allen Dulles and the latjif one session of the Legist en off late Wednesj The News said Allen Dulles in aamendment that fact b Harold Johnson in his arguments above normal Normal highs 79 jbefore the committee read a to 83 south Normal lows 55j Israel described the raid as pun ishment for previous Egyptian at tacks and a warning against fu ture hostilities mated the value of the Ford Gen eral Motors and Chrysler packages in excess of 20 cents an hour the first year We have bargained on the eco nomic facts of American Motors said Woodcock He added The Voice of Israel Radio said 40 that the union would not consider Egyptians were killed and 40 i this agreement as a pattern for the About 30 contract items rejBroadway actor Philip Loeb visiting West German Chan mained in dispute with the mainpaPa Goldberg of the famed radiojcellor Adenauer sought to CfnrwHlinar and IplpViStnrl C0riPC irac fminH iVio rmnfiAonnn nf 90Day Notice Thus if the tax studv ifrom Russell F Lundy chairman jnorth to 59 south Cooler Sunday j wounded at Khan Yunis It said thejother Little Three auto companies the highway commission Lundy Monday Warmer Tuesday and attackers could easily have and matter could be j jcupied the entire Gaza Kaiser Motors Corp Egjpt reported 10 of her men killed Production Shift 12 injured while private in i fformants put the Egyptian losses A snift of most oi American Mo meetings to be held this Minnesota Showers cool month stumbling blocks apparently the and television series was foundimine the confidence of Adenauer tee not Sect unions demands for a supplemendead Thursday night in his hotel a hushhush CIAbankrolled Globe Gazette Frank Pearce chairman of the weather data up commitChamDer streets and highways1 to 8 1 tary unemployment compensation plan and a union shop Union Shop The company has declined to ac cept either the union shop or the iocalled guaranteed annual wage proposals of the union and has offered a wage package of a 6 cent hourly pay increase plus fringe benefits it estimates would bring the total cents an hour The union however rejected the companys offer saying it was tied to a job reclassification plan which might result in reduced pay for workers City officials said townspeople in this city of so far have taken the strike calmly But there was some fear that if the strike is pro longed it will seriously hurt busi ness not only here but in surround ing towns where many of the workers make their homes a suicide setup in Germany SAM DATEW4401 committee and 1956 and a subsequent special ses sion should pass a legislative apportionment measure along jtax revision it would be imposjprobl iSible then to give the 90day legal notice prior to the general election which would be early in November Any special session would have to pass reapportionment by early August 1956 if the issue is to be i taken up again in the 1957 regular was praised by the Maximum e report submitted by I Minimum is to be held at a j At 8 study of traffic i YEAR AGO j Maximum Further Study A letter from Pearce was intro duced offering his resignation as committee head if the board did not 82 47 63 Minimum 60 17 dead and 10 wounded MICHENER DIVORCED tors auto production to Wisconsin plants led to the displacement of Hudson workers in Detroit Wood Icock said the union had a moral to CLOUDY PHILADELPHIA W Novelist James A Michener 47 has divorced fav his wife the former empi0ves with Vange A N o r d on grounds indignities to the pensions endorse the report of his commit tee The committe had asked seion further study of Mason Hoegh said he is anxious for I passage of reapportionment in anyj special session and passage again Jin the next regular session so jtlduced as an alternate resolution would save two years in submitting to f to accept the streets Jlate seSe for Buenos Aires the question to the voters motion to approve the two dollar project was introj State of Siege Approved in Argentina Peron Bulwarked BUENOS AIRES Argentina Congressional approval of a year delay in putting the layoff plan into effect will cover the cost of these pensions he said I The agreement came about eight hours after a midnight strike dead saw the start of walkouts at American Motors seven plants in states which eventually would have involved all of AMCs Loss to Farm at Anamosa ANAMOSA of undeter and roads committee report The group voted 25 to 4 to vote on the alternate move Ralph Wallace 71S E State who introduced the move to back the Friday bulwarked President Juan Perons new drive to crush his opposition The allPeronista Senate unani mously okayed the bill Thurs damage at the Ernest Reese farm nine miles southeast of here Thursday night Reese and his wife both suffered arm burns when they attempted to enter the barn to save some live stock and a tractor In addition 1o the barn and four ALL at tbe Maytag Co plant at NewtoiT a paraded in an orderly fashion Fridaynothing like the 1 w bS a w 4 mined origin caused an estimated way commission Others named city council on the 4th and 5th i da after Perondom Street named as one mated House voted jt of a committee of four to present the chambers stand to the high were Harold Van Essen 18 Ken tucky Karl Johannsen 836 Hampshire and Richard Currie 39 Circle Terrace violent strike of 1938 The walkout is the first since 1951 j e of w o nhH for the firm and 600 bushels of corn BULLETIN ANCHORAGE Air Force C47 crashed on a flight to Nome Thurtday night 12 were believed to have killed through 10912 in compliance with Perons demand for emer gency powers to annihilate his foes Peron was expected to affix his signature Friday transform ing into law the measure affect ing the capitals 3Vi million citi zens The whole country was placed under a state of siege for lo days after the unsuccessful revolt against the government June 16 The new1 restrictions ap ply only to Buenos how ever It appeared the chief effect of the measure would be workers ical since Peron already had the special powers under a state of internal war clamped on the country in September 1951 after military men staged another abortive revolt As the House of Deputies rammed through the bill Angel Enrique Peralta who represents the powerful proPeron General Confederation of labor in the i House said the state of siege would last as long as necessary we eliminate the last dan ger of Peron in a speech before thou sands of followers jamming the Plaza de Mayo proclaimed his reprisal policy toward any ele ments who try to oppose his We have to answer violence with greater violence And when one of our people alls five of ihcm will he de clared Other development on the labor front included AllisChal mers Manufacturing Co aad the UAWCIO announced settlement of their contract negotiations Friday on the basis of what a union jspokesman called the best jahteed annual wage plan negotiated by the United Auto Workers Douglas Fraser administrative assistant to UAW President Walter Reuther said the package increase in a new 3year I contract was worth 24 cents an hour j The International Har Co and the UAW are nego tiating for a new contract About employes are involved in 18 plants in six states AFL Internation al Assn of Machinists struck agavnst six Brndix radio plants   

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