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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 1, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                Nfftfc Doily MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE M I N I W ALL NQITH IOWANS M I I G N O S HOME EDITION VOL LXI AMOClMttf Frwi Full LMM MASON CITY IOWA SATUtDAV OCTOtlft 1 IMS This Paper Consists of Two One Frances U N Delegates Going Home Hearings on Taxes Finished Grassroots Sessions Set DBS MOINES Iowa Tax Study Committee has completed formal hearings and has about half million words of recommenda tions and testimony to consider in proposing a thorough revision of the states tax structure However before the committee gets deeply into the matter of its own recommendations not due un til about Sept 1 1956 it wfll con duct a series of at least one grassroots meeting in each con gressional district Dates and places of these meet ings to give the general public an opportunity to be heard will be announced later However of oow they are planned for some time in November Up to now only organizations and groups have been heard Taxation is as much a layman problem as it is the committees said Sen X T Prentis of Mount Ayr committee chair man We want help from the pub Chartftt The committee was created by the 1355 Legislature and in structed to study the states tax with a view to reeom JAMES DEAN Dean Young Actor Dies in Collision Sultan in Exile at Tangier Counsin Gets Assignment RABAT French Morocco Sultan Mohammed Ben Moulay Arafa left his palace Saturday and flew into exile at Tangier naming a cousin to look after affairs rela tive to the The Sultan quit after holding outj for weeks against French pressure to remove him as a preliminary condition to bringing peace and a measure of selfgovernment to this troubled North African protectorj ate j Moulay Arafa made a twohour flight from the capital airport to Tangier in a French military j HOLLYWOOD jamat plane Technically Tangier is parti rht Of the Sultans domain of Ent of it is under international adminisj killtd Friday night in tha jtration and neither the Sultan norj highway crafh of hii jtbe French have any direct authorj Gorman sports car rtoar Pato Roblat Calif actor ofton compared to Marlon Brando wai driving to a road raet in location for the movie which catapulted him to star dom an enthusiastic amateur ity there Reports from Tangier said the Sultan was expected to igo directly to a villa there j Unlimited I As expected the Sultan did not abdicate Instead in a vaguely worded statement broadcast byj Moroccan radio stations he said j mending desirable changes to meet 31 in m a fanltless increasing needs for state reve nue The Legislature suggested that the committee reports a spej ml session of the be held to act en the tiont Gov Leo Hoegh has said that he will call such a session The committee has heard and taperecorded the recommenda tions and testimony of about 30 or1 ganizations and groups in the last three months Among the highlights of the rec ommendations were these That encouraging and expanding of industry in Iowa would solve the states tax problems and halt the movement of lowans from their native state That if Iowa wants to overcome deficiencies and accelerate its pri1 mary road improvement program it must look forward to 15 or 16 i years of expenditures at the presj ent rate of about 42 million dollars year That state aid to schools should i he was leaving his capital for an sports ear racer was the second unlimited period in the interest of j young Hollywood leading man ipeace and unity for the Moroc killed recently Robert Prances jeans the Keith of The Caine He declared We have delegated mer and in writ crash at Bwrbank Calif jing our cousin Moulay Abdallah The California Highway Patrol jBen Moulay Abdel Hafid to take taid a cor driven Wy Donald up the affairs relative to the TumuetMW U Tula re turned crown conforming to the royal toft off Highway on to traditions and in mpect i way 41 and collided almost headfor our Moslem Hafid Deans Porwho Sender j about 50 is a son of the Sultan Algerian Vote Protested UNITED NATIONS N Y UrVThe French delegation to the Assembly was ordered home Saturday and the permanent French representative in the planned to fol low in 48 hours a delegation spokesman announced He could not make clear on the basis of present information whether the withdrawal would be permanent he said The French delegation walked out of the Friday after a onevote margin ordered France rule over Algeria taken up in assembly debate But the spokesman said it was impossible to say whether France s quitting the and departure of other members of the permanent delegation will be held p until clarifying orders come from Paris GlobeGazette photos by Milliard BARN GOES UP IN which destroyed four structures at the Bliem Dairy near Rock Falls Friday created a glow in night sky that was seen for miles top Firemen from Plymouth and Rock Falls below fought the flames which destroyed a bam milkhouse and two silos 000 LossOne high French reporters Friday night we might quit the U N altogether French Foreign Minister Antoine Pinay and the party which came with him to attend the opening of the 10th assembly session packed itheir bags for a flight back to IParis Saturday night Their depar ture had been scheduled before the i walkout Seat Vacant Herve Alphand Frances n e permanent representative who took in Rock Falls Dairy Blaze 12 Calves Hay Also Destroyed ROCK destroyed a arge barn a milkhouse and ruined hls seat in the Security Council wo silos on the Bliem Dairy nearhere onlv last month will go back Rock Falls Friday causfor consultation ing damage estimated at According to John Stodt tenant of the farm 12 Holstein calves a large quantity of hay and straw and a complete line of dairy equipment was destroyed Included in this equipment was milking machines and a milk cool Silage Ruined Silage in the two siios which remained erect in the blaze was ruined by the fire and the heat of the fire is expected to reduce the silos to worthlessness Nora Springs and Plymouth fire T departments arrived on the scene Frances seat in the assembly thus will be vacant when the as sembly resumes Monday The move was ordered in an overseas telephone conversation between Pinay and French Pre mier Edgar Faure and announced first by Faure There was 110 definite informa tion whether the order included French Socialist leader and dis armament envoy now engaged in U N disarmament subcommittee talks here juries Ambulance driver Paul Moreno Turnupseod a student it originally signed a treaty with fornia Polytechnic College at San France setting up the Moroccan Luis Obispe suffered minor i j The statement could mean sevj jeral that the Sultan said the Indianaborn actor was expects Hafid to carry on in his still alive when taken from the i13 or to represent Moulay Arafa wreckage but died enroute to the War Memorial Hospital in Pato Robles Dean suffered multiple fractures of both and irrttr nal injuries Warner Brothers had forbidden their young star to drive the car while working on a movie He had finished the version of Edna Ferbers novel only this week Dean was the hottest prop erty we a studio spokes SIGNS TWO DOCUMENTS iin the appointment of a threeman regency council called for in an agreement between French offi cials and Nationalist leaders The aged Sultan left his sprawl ing dusty palace grounds in a long of official automobiles just as sun rose over Rabats great mosque Work on Plan Ike Is Back in Business n DENVERiff President Eisen howers physicians reported Satur day that he enjoyed a good nights sleep and was relaxed and comfortable after signing two federal documents which put him back in business at the helm of his administration groundwork for the Presidents gradual return to greater personal activity the doctors issued this bulletin on his condition The President had a good nighf s sleep He slept continuous ly from 10 to He feels relaxed and comfort i military honors due a monarch jThen the 74yearold Sultan and min said We had big plans for jhis party took off in the French be increased from the present 22 j George Stevens who di plane None in the party disclosed million dollars a year to about 60j rccted said the actors their destination The French government worked out a plan with Moroccan National ist leaders for Moulay Arafa to quit his throne and turn his func tions over to a threeman regency council This would be followed by As Eisenhowers top aide Sherjable man Adams set up shop at the His temperature is normal His Denver White House to Lay thejpuise and blood pressure continue to be stable and satisfactory The Presidents breakfast this million annually The figures ex clude agricultural land tax credit which educators do not consider as school aid ivery School That every school district should be required to be a part of a four year high school district by I960 That the State Board of death was a great tragedy He had extraordinary U S Gives Up Effort to Deport Bridges SAN FRANCISCO S Chekhov RussianBorn Actor Director Dies HOLLYWOOD Russianborn j Miachel Chekhov actor director and drama coach is dead at the age of 66 He died of a heart attack Friday at his Beverly Hills home whole wheat toast and a glass of skim Adams came in by plane Friday night to open bis office on the sec ond floor of the Lowry Air Force Base administration building across the corridor from Eisen howers executive office The first week passed since the President who will be 65 on Oct 14 suffered an early morning at tack of coronary thrombosis last Saturday at the home of bis moth at approximately 730 p m FoughYthe blaze with three trucks Fire department officials believe the fire was caused by spontane ous combustion and started about 7 p m Spread Fast Stodt said he had been in the barn a short time before the fire was noticed Flames spread almost instantaniously throughout the barn The owners of the 320acre farm are Mrs L C Bliem and Jesse C Bliem both of Rock Falls and Mary Jane Maxim 1213 CarolinaJ S Mason City Charles Maxim morning consisted of apple sauce j erinlaw Mrs John S Doud selfgovernment The crowd of Rabat oatmeal with milk poached egg a j strip of beef bacon a slice of Maytag Parley Not Fruitful was as Joan Caulfield Yul NEWTON agreement Gregory Peck and Hurdlwas reached at the latest nego popular was in an ugly reason for jtiating session between the Maytag Hospital While doctors will keep their fin gers crossed for a second poten tially dangerous week the absence of any complications cheered his family and staff The President took the first small but significant step toward return to active command Friday night He approved two lists of State Department foreign service appointments in his room on the eight floor of Fitzsimons Army The French delegation headed Antoine Pinay the isserobly hall jlstalked Friday group voted 2827 with five absten tions to upset the steering com mittee ruling to skip debate on the issue of Algerian independence Parting Shot As a parting shot Pinay told the assembly France would consider null and void any action the or ganization takes on Algeria I do not know what the consequences of the vote will be on the relations jetween France and the United he added Pinay said that France must now decide whether it would with Mason City is acting manager of draw from membership the farm Dr Fred Nelson Ottumwa Surgeon Killed in Crash in the what it regards as flagrant interference in domestic matters Twice I have warned the as sembly after the vote The gov ernment must now deliberate this The vote was a triumph for powerful ArabAsianAfrican bloc OTTUMWA Fred L Neljwhich made an abortive attempt son 77 nationally prominent Otjto get the Algerian issue on tumwa physician and surgeon was assembly agenda last year killed Saturday in an auto accident near Caxthage 111 i Mrs Nelson was also injured but apparently not critically The Nelson car struck a bridge and overturned The lions of higher education to meeti increasing enrollments That Property tax exemptions said Frid tf should be limited but that home Abdel Hafid was succeeding to Lynn Gillard assistant U S atj such titular powers as the Sultan TOKYO Thousands of Redj of Morocco still holds may have j Troops and a half million Chinese jCo and the CIO j Workers union Federal stead and veterans property tax exemptions should not be dis turbed That trucks are paying their fair share or more of the cost of high ways but that a study should be made of the matter j That the present county governj ment setup should be continued bej cause a proposed system of county t managers would lead to dictator ship The committees next meeting is scheduled for Oct 1213 in Des Moines At that time Dr William G Murray Iowa State College economist whom the committee has borrowed to serve also as its research director will present his recommendations to the commit tee Subcommittees also will meet to work on their reports Department at Washington had told him not to appeal a Federal Court decision that favored Bridg es Autoj Adams didnt see the President 1 Friday night The Presidents phy adjourned itjsician Maj Gen Howard M Sny been feared it would have sparked j civilians paraded through Peiping mob attacks on the heavilySaturday celebrating the sixth ani guarded French resident generals Iniversary of the founding of the office here Icommunist regime der took the lists into the sick The threeman panel of mediaroom and started to explain to the tors said no additional meetings will be held until a side asks for one or one is called by the media President where to initial them The President cheerfully remind ed l Des Moines Man Is Victim of Accident DES MOINES D Oretga 24 DCS Moines was killed Friday night when his car skidded 170 feet out of control and crashed into a ditch just outside the north city limits Ortega an employe of the Fire Tire Rubber was in the car He suffered a jnore about this than vou The proposals and counter proj he write posals of both sides were D Eisenhcwer on both oughly explored at the twoday session which opened Thursday the mediators said but they could not get together The company Friday said it documents although White House press secretary James C Hagerty said his initials would have suf ficed As to when and what future busi couple was enroute to Rantoul to visit a son Edward Anj other son Dr Fred L Nelson Ottumwa also survives him Little Hope for Trapped Miner ELY Minn iron min jers dug steadily feet under attended ISTC SUI and the th York University college of mediworker traPPed by a mine shaft cavein Saturday but held little woud fmd aive a fellow hours cine In 1903 described as the first operation un he performed what is of three miners entombed by the mishap were brought to the der a fluoroscope This was at theisuace Friday night Both were Hackensack N hospital unharmed and joined their families at home immediately after shower ling off red dust and mud Still imprisoned somewhere near the 15th level of the Oliver Mining Homeless in Japan Blaze per hour automatic raises for said sr s8 jarsSTS point offer were not disclosed About AP Wirephoto RUSSIAN ballerinas of the Soviet Folkloric Ballet troupe say hello in Paris Saturday after their arrival from Moscow The troupe opens at the Pa fractured skull and crushed lais cle fhaillot first postwar appearance west of the Iron Curtain The Weather Mason City Clearing cool Iowa Cloudy cool Minnesota Fair quite cold Co Pioneer Mine was Joe Glinsek TOKYO One of Japansl43 and tbe fatier of worst postwar fires fanned byl typhoon winds destroyed the main 41 and wouldibusiness section of the port citv offered humble thanks to Saturday and forced and a team of rescuers when evacuation of airmen wfe Pulled to safet Friday their families night after being trapped 24 hours The fire which blazed unconL the dark recesses of one of the trolled for eight hours razed underground mines in the buildings leaving homelessjworld nrl ininHnc nnrcnns JCvnrin Diggers said there was virtually TilfwpODI 7 TJ I 111 Ul UlU UvrisUllS IV OUU PITTSBURGH no chance that Glinsok could still E Salk developer of the Salk antif be alive he Air Force said manv of d ds in y Salk Reveals Plans for New Serum Test polio vaccine Saturdav said plans rocks and mud for ome are under wav to test now vaccine evacuated were ancl mud for ome preparations that appear from a Air Base five miles from the city debris of of of laboratory tests to be somewhat potent than those used herc Globe weather data up Writing in the current issue of to 8 Saturithe Allegheny County Medical So IciPtys monthly publication the 60 j University of Pittsburgh research 34 said the new tests will be 45 jgin within a few weeks among CLOUDY day Maximum Minimum At 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum The Air Force rushed s food and clothing Johnson Air Base near Tokyo and set up relief quarters FARM BOY KILLED JEFFERSON Hart 3 son of Mr and Mrs William Hart was fatally injured Friday kindergartcn and first second andjin a tractor accident at his farm 53 i third grade students 37 lents consent wnose par home north of Webster County Farnhamville SAMi   

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