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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 30, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                Doily MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TMI HIWSPAPIR THAT M A K I S ALL NOKTN IOWANS NIIOHIOIS HOME EDITION VOL LXI MM MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY Sf PTEMMR M 1955 TUi Paper CoMkfU ot OHI British Raise Red Arms Issue in Sultan Offers Step Down on 3 Conditions Regimes End May Be Near Chief Aide Is Arrested Sfop Letter Peron Sent to Girl Friend BUENOS AIRES in tercepted leve letter from ex President Juan D Perefl te e 14 veereld bebby Mxer Friday tore ewey the last veil concealing the former dictator fantastic life of luxury and licentiousness The letter was written by the My earold Peren aboard the stormtossed Paraguayan gun boat where he has waited for 11 days to go into voluntary exile It addressed to Ityearold Nelida Nelly Rivas the daugh ter of a nightwatchman and frequent overnight visitor to Perons mansion in Olives Government sources said Peron pressed the letter into the hands of a Paraguayan gunbeat sailor but the sailor delivered it to the Paraguayan Embassy instead of the darkhaired beauty It was turned ever te the new pro visional government You are ell that I have left hot pursuit Boyer de L a t o u r now that the have de charged the protocol chief a Eu ropeanized man in his midthirties had exercised inadmissible pres sure on the Sultan who refused to quit Near End Although Moulay Arafa attemp ted to put conditions on his long expected departure his troubled ft AB AT French Morocco Jf Sultan Mohammed Ben Moulay Arafa Friday offered to quit the Moroccan throne if be can turn his powers over to a member ol his own family The first public break in the 74 yearold rulers determination to keep the post the French gave him two years ago came after French Resident General Pierre Boyer de Latour du Moulin ordered the ar rest of his chief aide Protocol Chief Abderrahman El Hajoui El Hajoui sped off in his white Cadillac before dawn toward Casa blanca two jeeploads of police in sorted officials quoted the letter Nelly was picked up by police for questioning They wanted to know how she had acquired thousands of dollars worth of jewels Paris gowns rare per fumes and sparkling trinkets of the tort Peron once lavished on hold on the throne appeared to be his late wife Eva drawing rapidly to an end Though Nolly had a fortune it French Premier Edgar Faures pittance compared with government has promised Moroc the Peron left behind can nationalists to remove the old in his million dollars man as the first step in a settle AP Wirephoto BENSONS DAUGHTER Secretary Ezra Benson second from right stands beside his daughter Barbara 21 and her new husband after officiating at their wedding ceremony Thursday in Salt Lake City Benson as a h i g h official in the Mormon Church is permitted to perform wedding ceremonies From left to right are Mrs James Walker Raymond Alta Canada the bridegrooms mother the bridegroom Dr Robert Walker 33yearold physician Barbara Benson and Mrs Benson Cabinet in Long Session No Change in Policy ADAMS Present MidEast Problem MacMillan in Address WASHINGTON Eisenhowers Cabinet meeting un der the chairmanship of Vice Pres ident Richard M Nixon Friday agreed that no obstacles exist to the orderly conduct of government business during the Presidents illness The Cabinet announced its con clusion after a session of almost 2i hours at the White House In addi tion to regular Cabinet members the meeting was attended by a number of other top level govern ment officials No Obstacles Oar Services Adams Joins Ikes Party in Denver Ike to Sign Documents ment to end the violence in the North African protectorate and give it some measure of selfrule Moulay Arafa has been the chief nationalist target since the French exiled his nephew Sultan Moham med Ben Youssef and put the old man on the throne Moulay Arafas offer to quit was in cash hoards of gold and jewels in his secret apart ments and a newspaper and ra dio empire that spread through a holding company across Latin America into the United States and Canada While Peron rode out a storm in rainlashed Buenos Aires Har bor his future was shrouded in mystery as thick as the fogs contained in a letter to French President Bene Coty The Sultan twirling over the River Plate signed the letter at tie Imperial Palace before El Hajouis flight Three Conditions French officials refused to dis close the letters provisions but reliable source said the Sultan listed these conditions for Ms re tirement 1 The French government would have to guarantee that Ben Yous sef would not return to the throne 2 The Sultans powers would be delegated to a member of his own family the Alourte This would de stroy Premier Faures plan for a threeman Regency Council on which Ben Youssef would be Juvenile Court Hearing for Leonard Arp Leonard Arp 10 who acci dentally shot and killed Darrell Sherrill 8 last Friday faces a bearing in Juvenile Court Ford Planning Half Billion in Expansion MAHWAH N 3 WHenry Ford II scoffing at the nervous Nel lies who fear rapid business booms says the Ford Motor Co plans a record halfbillion dollar expansion program for 1956 This sum the auto manufacturer jsaid Thursday night is believed the greatest amount spent in a sin gle year by a corporation of Fords size Citing the program as proof of our convictions about the future of the American Ford said the money would come from earnings and not borrowing The president of the company Ford said American business should get ready for a major Some Fellas Cant Make a Dime EVEN IN A HOLDUP SAN FRANCISCO JfSeme days a feller just cant bag a thing A formal statement issued by the White House as the meeting was concluded said The members of the Cabinet were greatly cheered by the reports of steady progress and improvement in the Presidents health After full discussion of pending matters it was concluded that there are no obstacles to the orderly and uninterrupted conduct of the foreign and domestic aft 4Vio 4Kd The direction of government shifted back to Denver Friday as President Eisenhower continued to improve from bis heart attack and his chief deputy flew here from Washington At the same time one of his principal physicians added to the growing evidence Eisenhower wfll retire at the end of his present term by saying if he were the President he wouldnt want to run Movie cashier Rosaleen Thompson Friday looked up when a man j laid a note and a paper on her counter and commanded Inod of rest by the Presij Dr Many Things Paul Dudley White asked UNITED NATIONS N Y British Foreign Secretary Harold MacMillan declared Friday that a heavy responsibility will lie on any country which introduces any new and disturbing factor into the del icate Middle East situation This appeared to be a reference to the disclosure that Egypt had reached an agreement with Czech oslovakia to exchange cotton for weapons It was the first time that the issue had been raised even in directly before the U N General Assembly i MacMillan told the assembly in a I policy speech that it is clearly the iduty of the United Nations to allay jand moderate the illfeelings be jtween Israel and her Arab neigh bors In this intractable he I said the duty of men of goodwill is to try to develop the necessary confidence on both sides for an ultimate to be Joint Statement Earlier this week MacMillan and U S Secretary of State John Fos ter Dulles issued a joint statement calling on all the Soviet refrain from taking any action which would up set the balance of military strength in the Middle East Egyptian Foreign Minister Mah j moud Fawzi retorted with a sharp i declaration that no country had Dont H fill vp Jwheflter itwould be possible for With what she asked With he said Theres not enough here to fill it she said The man walked to a nearby theater and tried again with a gun Cashier Bonnie Dwste ducked and called the cops A few minutes later they arrested Arthur Bosey 33 on suspicion of armed robbery He was carrying a paper i to rule out tion of a any formal delegation of i presidential authority to Nixon un iless there is a change in the situa Ition New Estimate It was the second day in a row Hoegh Wants lowan in Top Farm Position the right to interfere in Egypts defense steps Soviet Foreign Minister V M Molotov and Czechoslovak Foreign i Al 1 be advisable It is up to ttat Nixon had sat in for President him to make the decision He may or may not have complete recov ery If I were in his shoes I wouldnt want to run again having Eisenhower at a top level adnunisThe decisjon of Sherman Adams tration conference He assistant to the PresideDt to Thursday over a national Security join tt D WMte House rt f na tinHi Council meeting wMch he indi cated was concerned with the bud get and early preparations for Ei senhowers State of the Union mes DES MOINES ftGov Leo Hoegh said Friday he has askedjsaSe January the UJS Department of Agriculture twice in recent weeks to appoint Defense secretary Charles E spelled the virtual end of any pos sible plans to delegate any of Ei senhowers authority during his ill ness Adams is due here between 6 and p m from a Cabinet Minister Vaclav David listened at tentively as MacMillan ranged over the whole field of foreign affairs The British foreign secretary ex pressed general satisfaction over the policy speech which Molotov made last week He said both East and West are seeking the same goals but they do seem to be speaking the same language oa some issues such as the reunifica tion of On the German problem he again sought to reassure Russia that the West was anxious to safe breakthrough into a higher plarecommended anyone specifically teau of production and consump w v 4U it uj i j 1 JT1 i a JJ U U tU U JJt Will VsAATUlGV an lowan to a high position in the department He said he had dealt what looked like Washington over which guard Russia against any possible Ford said large companies are no longer owned by a few individ uals but thousands of persons are resented by Si Pasha of Sefrou This plan has aroused strong opposition froni French colonists and their friends in Paris who support Moulay Arafa William P BtitW tot fhf able to OWn sma11 Parts of tnem William P Butler set purchase of We might have some stock our tentatively for 10 a m former Woj Gordo Wednesday in the Cerro County courtroom It will of beinj delinquent child coupe de grace to budget balancers I VUV T ftV J l 1 t J It would be of tremendoushelp to have someone in the departThursday when he uncorked an ment from the governor continued His comment was in reference to the fact that E Howard Hill of Minburn is one of those being considered for appointment as an assist ant to Agriculture Secretary estimate that military spending a half billion dollars higher son Hoegh said he had not been contacted as to the possible ap pointment of Hill president of the be soon ne The companys voting stock now held by members of the Fordjan family and the Ford Foundation The delinquency complaint Fonj roaje ns remarks in ajterests of the farmer through the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation I believe Hills experience as actual farmer and his being close to policy making in the Iowa Airman Killed in Crash in Florida 3 Friends nd supporters of to the assistant county atjspccch at a dinner at nearby Ram Sultan would be protected againstitonjev Howard Dresser involves e tMrin any punishment Supporters of claimed he had won a victory with the letter in that his removal would be delayed at least until a reply was received from Coty PARLEY SET DES MOINES JVThe American Federation of Arts will hold its annual convention Oct 1315 in Des D w i g h t Kirsch Des Art Center director an nounced Friday The Weathei Mason City Fair frost Iowa Fair cool Minnesota Clear cold FiveDay Iowa Temperatures will average 5 to 7 degrees below nor mal Friday night through next Wednesday Normal highs 68 north to 73 south Normal lows 44 north to 48 south Cool Saturday and Sunday Warmer Monday Cooler Tuesday and Wednesday Rainfall will average less than onetenth of an inch in scattered showers Monday and Tuesday Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 a m Fri day Maximum 76 Minimum 37 At 8 a m 46 YEAR AGO Maximum FAIR Minimum the lads admission that he stole Moulay which discharged ac cidentally while he was showing it to his playmate The dependency complaint Dresser explained was filed be cause it would permit sending the boy to the Iowa Juvenile Home at Toledo If the lad were convicted of delinquency he would have to be sent to the State Training boys at Eldora This is Farm Bureau would make him a sey following dedication of a new Ford assembly plant here Decorah Farm Wife Dies of Car Injuries DECORAHMrs Paul lona Courtney 29 Decorah farm wife died Thursday afternoon at a Te dependent hospital from injuries re port without proper parental fa an auto crash Thursday or is living in a home which is a mile north of Decorab more than 10 years old The Iowa law defines a depend ent child as one who is homeless MARIAKKA Fla Lt Uarnes H Troxell 21 the crash of his plane during a flight He was the son of Mrs very valuable addition to the De iMary Dearborn Troxell who atj fit for him Pickets Doubled at Estherville Plant ESTHERVILLE UVMembers of the United Packing House Workers local at the struck Hill Packing Co plant here doubled the number of their pickets at the plant Thursday Company officials said this week that if the strikers did not return to work replacements would be hired The dispute over a wage contract began Aug 18 The company pro cesses horsemeat RESUME TALKS NEWTON federal mediators resumed talks Fridayjof head injuries and with the Maytag Co and the CIOhemorrhage Funeral jon Highway 52 This was Winneshiek Countys sixth highway fatality this year Pierce Anderson Winneshiek County sheriff is investigating the accident which was a headon col lision Paul Courtney driver of the Courtney car and their 2yearold son Gregory were hospitalized for bruises but later released Mrs Courtneys brother Herbert Voss is still at the Decorah hospital with head and back injuries and possi ble skull fracture Mary Davis Waukon driver of the other car involved was first taken to the Decorah Hospital and later transferred to the Waukou Hospital She received bad cuts LEAMINGTON England and bruises on her chest and noseJMrs Mable Constable already the mother of 19 children at the age partment of Hoegh said Reference also was made Hoeghs news conference to the recent series of farm protest meet ings in southwest Iowa When asked about his reaction to the meetings Hoegh said Im just ss concerned as they are about the farm price All of my efforts are being devoted j to procuring better farm prices Im working with Midwest gover nors and the Department of Agri culture toward that Hoegh has scheduled a farm price conference in Des Moines Oct 1314 to be attended by eightj Midwest Republican governors orj their representatives The governor said he hadnt at tended any of the protest meetings but that he was getting sound ings from former Gov Dan Tur ner of Coming who has been at tending most of the meetings Hoegh was to confer later Friday with Turner Im trying to keep abreast of farm Hoegh commented I need that in advance of the farm price conference so I can speak in the farmers icently moved to Des Moines from Sioux City tnis vear than expected Vice President Nixon is presiding attack from a rearmed and united The President will become working president again for a fevrj moments Friday night and scrawl are Produce Plans D on two documents be has to sign The documents are pro motions and salary increase lists for foreign service officers If he said that we can produce plans which the world would regard as giving Russia full protection against the threat which might come from a 69 Auto Workers union in anments are incomplete The Steine WHEW cercbrarof 37 gave birth Thursday to trip arrangelets two boys and a girl Her they arent signed by midnight the reunited Germany which has chos officers cant get the raises enas if wel1 may to become a Excellent Night j NATa The Presidents physicians MacMillan avoided mention of dav reported he enjoyed an exihe ceUent first use of General Assembly will debate later that ternCand that he a French threat to withdraw throughout the night for the first from membership in the world or time outside his oxygen tent A bulletin from Fitzsimons Army Hospital said The oxygen tent was not used The President slept almost con tinuously from 9 p m to a m His progress continues to be satisfactory without complica Use of the term excellent to describe Eisenhowers night was the first time that descriptive word had been employed in any of the medical bulletins coming from his bedside His nights heretofore have been described variously as com fortable and very ganization if it is put on the agen da for a full airing Oa the question of Cyprus which had threatened a dangerous split in Western Amity until the Steering Committee voted to exclude it from assembly debate MacMillaa said It is no more dangerous and difficult than many questions which have been Molotov joined in the applause at the end of the speech Youth Runs Into Side of Car Has New Ohio Turnpike Broken Right Leg Make Driving a Treat COLUMBUS Ohio ffl Driving becomes more of a pleasure in Ohio at one minute past midnight Friday At that time cars and trucks start using the entire length of the 241mile Ohio Turnpike that sweeps across northern Ohio joining the Pennsylvania Turnpike A 22mile section near the Pennsylvania line opened last Dec 1 The 219 miles waiting to open will be the longest stretch of highway ever opened anywhere at one time AP wirephoto BABY BREATHES AGAIN Chester Dyczkowski St Paul shows how he applied artificial respiration Thurs CONDITION GOOD BOSTON The condition of day to start Sylvia Franco 7 months breathing after she actress Katharine Cornel was de nearly nad smothered in her crib Mrs franco ran into scribed as good Friday after an 50 effort to end a monthlong Funeral Home is in charge previous 19 included iwo sots a nearby store with the limp and blue baby Dyczkowski operation for a chronic lung twins put the lot on a counter and restored her to consciousness cess An 11yearold Mason City boy was in good condition Friday at Mercy Hospital after suffering a broken leg Thursday afternoon The boy Louis Birke son of Mr and Mrs Virgil T Birke 609 Jack son S ran into the side of a moving auto Officers said the car was driven by Roger Kiger 18 645 Van Buren S W Young Birke ran into the street from an alley west of Grant school 425 6th S as Kiger was driving south on Monroe Police found less than 20 feet of skid marks behind the Kiger auto The boy struck tha left front fender of the car and thrown into the air police said Kiger at the police tion Friday with his parents and was questioned No charge will made against Kiger according in i police   

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