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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 5, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                HOME EDION MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TNI NIWSPAPIt THAT M A K I S ALL NORTH IOWANS N t I 6 H I 0 t S GIVE rwi LUM MASON CITY IOWA WEDNf SOAY OCTOM t S 19S5 Coulsts Two French Hit Hard Moroccans in New Attacks 8 Shot in Violence at Indiana Factory RABAT French Morocco Moroccan nationalists stabbed at hard pressed French forces Wednesday in relentless guerrilla were arrested NEW CASTLE Ind police closed the struck Perfect Circle Corp foundry here Wednesday afternoon after a march of shooting sympathy demonstrators left eight persons wounded The demonstration was blamed on the firing of 35 workers largely because of a picket line disorder 8 days ago when 55 pickets attacks for the fifth successive day fighting echoed all the way to Paris jeopardizing Premier Edgar j Faures coalition government A top nationalist leader Moham med Lyazidi warned the resur gence of terrorism is bound to get worse if the French do not Lt Gov Harold W Handley left Indianapolis to look over the saying he would call out National Guard units only as a last resort The wounded in the shooting stoning attack on the plant included three nonstrikers inside the plant and five demonstrators outside None was believed seriously wounded Don Ballard UAW regional publicity director said he saw non strikers firing on the crowd from an upstairs doorway Ballard said speed up their plan for Moroccan I he saw no shootlng by the city police who were inside the plant with reforms There were indications tteir chief Clarence Justice Faures program might be delayed CaPlRobert climbed on to a car top to urge the 1 even longer or possibly scrapped I demonstrators to disperse was hit on the head with a rock He was Lyazidi said that If the French j not hurt badl AP Wirepboto TWO SURVIVED BartoL Council Bluffs Iowa and Donald Phillips Hood River both survived with only slight injuries when their car overturned Tues day night and was run over by a semitrailer truck It took 40 men two hours to extri cate them Pay Raise for Rail Workers Is Approved CHICAGO An agreement pro Tiding for pay raises was reched Wednesday by the nations major railroads and the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen The agreement covers an esti mated workers and 130 Class 1 railroads It was announced by Leverett Edwards chairman of the National Board tern meeting for three weeks with rep of the rail and the largest union at operating rail road workers May These Two Boys Tried to Sing A SONG OF ESCAPE WATERLOO Wednesday scheduled con etrt of church swAft by two cvunty jail prisoners because Hit chorale was to be the siernl for an escape attempt Authorities said tbe prisoners passed note to friends thot we will be sirtf ing church sonfs if we leave on The note written by Robert Lee Warren end Joe fteidneick in structed the friends to a wafting at the rear of the courthouse if they heard the prisoners voices lifted in song Tuesday night The plot was foiled when County Atty Kay Kober noticed two suspiciouslooking men near the county Monday night He celled who Richerd Sheriden 14 end Dutne Fairbanks 22 Police Mid StorktM the note prtsomcs had kept their promises the fight ing might not have He referred to agreements hammered out by the French and national ists calling for removal of pro French Sultan Mohammed Ben Moulay Arafa creating of a three man regency formation new Moroccan government and grantj ing of much more selfrule to the protectorate j Sultan Removed j The only point fulfilled was the removal of the Sultan to the international city of Tangier Gen Pierre Boyer de Latour du Moulin new French resident gen working for a solution to of the throne DiJJon warned the crowd that state police would be called in im mediately unless the demonstration broke up At his side to plead for a dispersal was E J Kucela of Indianapolis assistant regional UAW director In spite of their pleas hundreds of the demonstrators milled around the foundry throwing bricks stones and bottles The order mustering the state police force came from the office of Gov George N Craig who is in Miami for the coming national convention of the American Legion Craigs executive secretary Horace M Coats said Were hopeful and confident the disturbance can be quelled and order re stored without calling out the National Handley added that he wouldnt call out guard units without con sulting Craig Striker anger began mounting Tuesday when letters began arriv ing from Perfect Circle telling 35 workers they were fired for im proper conduct during the bitter strike Among the dismissals were Carl Batchfield UAW local president and Sam Selke local financial secretary One of the biggest obstacles to a settlement of the strike which started July 25 is the unions demand for a union shop and layoff pay The union demands a wage package amounting to 21 cents an hour The companys last offer was an 11cent raise Old wage scales ranged from to well over No Shift in GOP Parley Hall Signs a Contract I Boyer de Latour made no men ition of a Regency and WASHINGTON Moroccan newspapers claim heNational Chairman Leonard W not intend to form one jHall Wednesday said flatly and 1 The resident general left Rabatemphatically the GOP nominating ifor Fez to tour the area under reb convention will be held as planned Gov Knight Intends to Head State Delegation ei attack Reports from the area were still sketchy but the worst fighting ap peared to be concentrated about 70 miles northeast of Fez and wfthin a few miles of the Spanish Moroc can border in the Riff Range Three French miKtary outposts were reported surrounded by rebJ in San Francisco starting Aug Hall announced at a news con ference that he a final contract with San Franciscos Cow Palace where be predicted We are going to nominate the next president of the United He said the contract contains no es cape clause The settlement may set a pat tern for other operating unions SACRAMENTO Calif Goodwin J Knight Wednesday Th rri mart in an in oe i11160015 to nead Californias delegation to the 1956 Republican Na Metvy Rams pnt n hnnr Convention even if it means an open fight with Vice President Foreign Legionnaires supported crease of lOHz cents an hour s i by planes were trying to reach the active to Oct l for the big major itv of the workers The number af J m rhp mountain and T he will seek control of the m ine mountains auiomauc ge declined to speculate on an al jstates important bloc of votes flom ticket in event Mr Eisen No Charge Hall also told newsmen 1 His choice for the GOP ticket s President Eisenhower and fected was estimated at The union is made up of train i Papagos Dies Greeks Seek New Premier crewmen who work outside the loj comotive including brakemen j iwitchmen conductors dining car stewards and baggagemen I About members received flat monthly increases S30 for stewards and S21 for An additional cents an hourj was given members whose work ATHENS Paul 1 it 3 t Aft l A i self as a favorite sonand operation semiofficial Frenchjhower does not sources said 2 Recent declines in the stock Knight in an interview markingl another paralleling the announcej the start of his third year in office Ppst 1G the corridor ofment of Mr Eisenhowers heart imade no attempt to hide his Spamshiattack andi later was notj ness toward Nixon Morocco and Algeria and only 23jfeeling so wel iudicate tnaf pQDRES CELEBRATES Johnny Podres who helped He said he has heard pitch the Dodgers to their first Work Series title leads a State in Six Raids at Bluffs Seize Liquqr and Games that the vice presidents home I state week will be reduced to 40 hours jnesday delayed selection of a on Dec 1 These men are yard brakemen Baiie Reost Members who work in yards re ceived raises over and above the cents basic increase premier to succeed Field Marshal Alexander Papagos whose death Tuesday night left Greece without at a time ofi in the June California primary ifj Eisenhower bows out of the race i California voters select conven of a U S radar station on the Mediterranean I Coast the French reported more success They said they had split ot delegates attacKllg rebel taijdi grave domestic and international crisis Papagos 72 hero of Greek re presidential primary election The delegates must be pledged to a candidate who has given his writ ten consent The increases for such workersristance to Axis mvaders m who will go on a 40hour War n and commander Asked ifa Nixon ticket would Dec 1 are a day for forces crushed hi plans for a Knight conductors a day for yaraiCominunist rebels in the delegation the governer brakemen and 82 cents a day forjdvfl war died shortly beforp mid Replied Not in the switch tenders njght at his suburoan villa hv We are going all thc way re The increase for yard workersJEkali He had been suffering forjgardless of what Mr already on a 40hour week are past nine months from ruberhe said firmly cents a day for yard conductors culosis contracted in his youth Knight agreed the California j Dominant leader of only with 70 About 200 Americans including women and children are at Saa dia This post and other radar sta tions function in connection with the new American air bases in Mo rocco There are four U S heavy bases and one naval airi not prepared to discuss the stock market reactions to tbe Presidents illness 3 He does not think national po litical conventions ever again will be held as early as they formerly were With the speedup of commu nications and the advent of televi base campaigns no ill be needed False Rumors Hall said he believes his signa line of bunnyhop1 dancers at the Dodgers victory cele bration Tuesday night Anne Thompson daughter of Dodger vice president Fresco Thompson helps Podres whoop it up Details on sports Ike Gets Gifts of Bubble Gum From His Three Grandchildren President 81 cents a day for yard brakemen and 50 cents a day for switch ten ders These bikes are 32 cents less in each classification because the Greece Papagos had refused to votes to New Yorks 96 in the very last to surrender his of fice in the midst of crisis both at workers received raises of 32 and abroad Greek demands a day when their work week was reduced to 40 hours INTRODUCTION SET for independence of Cyprus from would be vital to Nixons presi dential hopes but he said The Republicans of California will want to represented by a i t j vw A jr Britain and union wtth Greece werecompktely independent delegation reaching a climax Relations withaevoted to the Republican party Britain and Turkey and even morejand not to the ambitions of any important with the North AUanticone man PHILADELPHIA UJean PierrefTreaty Organization itself had Aumont linked romantically with came tense l He said he nas neard no talk of actress Grace Kelly was to meetj The antiGreek rioting in her parents for the first time fellow NATO member over the nesday night He was slated to hostiCyprus issue provoked m u c h Mr and Mrs John B Kelly backistronger condemnation among the stage in the Locust Theater jpublic than the Athens govern ment could afford to express Papagos illness was the root of the domestic troubles in which the cabinet was torn by dissension over internal problems Papagos had been confined to his home out slate committed to Sen Know Knight and Know Lead Over Iowa in Highway Record DES MOINES has a three percent lead over Iowa in the contest for reduction of auto mobile fatalities statistics from the Minnesota Department of High ture on a binding contract Cow Palace should lay spread crats that the Republican ition was to be shifted and the date moved up The in somegifts of jcrats will hold their convention mjbubble eum froffi his three grand iChicago starting Aug 13 S children Democratic National Chairmans By Tile Associated A major liquor and gambling was staged in the Council BluffsCarter Lake area Tuesday night by Iowa state agents and local authorities Authorities said they confiscated liquor or gambling devices at six night spots At Club 64 just north of Council Bluffs 50 boifKt of liquor were reported The raids were led by Iowa Safe ty Commissioner Clinton Moyer and Chief R W Nebergall of the owa Bureau of Criminal Investi gation Other places raided included the apri Steak House at Carter Lake and the Kong of Clubs Felixs Two Places and the Last Chance all at Council Bluffs In Des Moines Gov Leo Hoegh isclosed that the raids had been the subject of careful planning by jstate and Pottawattamie County wirephoto officials for several days No Tip The governor said he intentional ly minimized the law enforcement situation in the Council Bluffs Carter Lake area at a recent news conference in order not to tip the states hand Hoegh discussed the raids at his conference Wednesday He said Mover had given him a tele phone report summarizing the raids Asked whether Moyer and Atty jGeu Dayton Countryman are com peting on liquor raids Hoegh re doctors reported wednes4 Ton fn F0 Paul M Butler said Monday he WaSlUg t0 ways and the Iowa Safety Patrol showed Wednesday From the doctors the word in a medical bulletin was that the Chief Executive slept soundlv and almost continuously vention would be held earlier probfvp f IUI d ably in July Last vear Iowa had fri traffic 3 a couple of minutes around 2 jear Iowa naa bu tramcja Truman dollar Hall said fatalities by the patrol s he hopes ve can expect thata Minnesota had 643 Last statements from Butler i Countryman might have j Moyer to make the raids When I was attorney general WASHINGTON U Television 60 per cent of the requests for star Arthur M Godfrey Wednesdayraids went to Chief Nebergall of paid a fine in settling a comthe State Bureau of Investigation plaint of careless flying iThe bureau is under Movers juris Gov Leo Hoegh of Iowa challengedjhave more foundation of land cheerful He was awake only Kick worked cbseKtoer Sduce toU the Gov Orville Freeman of Minne jsota to see which state could rej more IIUICjUIC itlLcj UI About Tbe Weather Mason City Thunder storms Showers cool Minntseta Rain cooler SHOWBtS Globe Gazette weather data up 8 a m Wed nesday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Prec YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum the cabinet had not met for three months At the same time Godfrey dejdktion Sheriffs normally contact nied through his attorney that theiNebergall and county attorneys payment was an admission ofi normally contact the attorney gen guilt TheCivil Aeronautics Adminis Meanwhile Countryman was in jtration offered to accept S500 in sioux City Wednesday leading a From Press Secretary James settlement of civil penalties i series of meetings for the organ Hagerty the word was that reason of these violajjzation of a peace officer associa President got a great kick jtions in every county in the state ing through a box of presents from 1 aid the violations referred toHe is scheduled to be in Council QhnuPri a rpHnoHnn fmm w 111 vu i his grandchildren Susan 3 from the approach of God1 Bluffs Thursday night InU I I SKeT NEW YORK of JOlin L LeWIS Mad 37 in the same period this yean prices as measured by the Dun Hagerty said picked out B Scm 7 i Hoegh related that he gave his I i U i compared to 386 in 1954 jBradstreet index took the sharpest gins personally and each included statement concerning law Light Heart AttaCK The percentage of reduction wasi weekly fall of the year this gum at Carter Lake be J also ne COnilUQC me hp authorities had Ibeen looking into the situation there for 30 days and he dklnt Minnesotas record through pooJ jn ShorD DfOD WASHINGTON LTMDoctors have New Boston Woman is Victim of Accident KEOKUK diMary Trump 24 New Boston Iowa died Tuesday night of injuries she suffered the night before when returning home v t n SkinDivers Continue as a heart attack like the one that felled President Eisenhower buti Search for Bodies not as severe j DAVENPORT Dr John Minor said Tuesdayjfrom thc Moline skindivers night it now appears the 75year Wednesday searched the j The index stood at the lowcarcls ana some Drawings tn est since Aug 30 when the yearsdren had made themselves low of was registered A week Thls was tne second time Eisen ago the figure was and a was Described as having an old boss of the United Mine Work ers suffered a very minimum heart about two weeks ago Mississippi River for the bodies of two drowning victims after author ities called off grappling opera from a bowling contest here the end of this week Minor said Lewis is progressing tions so well he probably would go home Ravmond W Teel 35 Venice 66 61 64 21 jTrunip an Xray technician at Lewis was admitted to Emerory disappeared in the river Mon Graham Hospital in Keokuk wasigency Hospital Sept day day when their small boat cap and his 7yearold son Gres 62 Itaken to University Hospitals inibefore Eisenhower was stricken in sized Another son Roger a was 44 City she diori olorado rescued ago excellent night The first was last Friday Skpt Soundly Light Rain Continues Over Most of State DES MOINES rain and dont give many statements Kitf in 4Kit T want to say anything which might be interpreted as a tipoff on raids to come lk lt case l had SAM drizzle continued over much ofj Asked if he could pinpoint the Wednesday as a low pressurejtoHoegh declared distinction between an excellentsystem centered over Manitoba An Omaha official had criticized and a good night Hagerty saidkept pouring warm moist air intOiHoeghs statement as reflecting the use of the term excellent was i the state knowledge of Carter Lakt based on the fact that the Presi Showers and thunderstorms jdent slept soundly and was awakeexpected to develop in the southi The governor aid Moyer report jonly for two minutes So the night western counties Wednesday aftered that the Carter Lake and Coun jwas excellent rather than good a v noon and push eastward the eil Bluffs carried out at j during when he has been entire state the Weather Bureau the request of local authorities hf for a half hour or o isud local officers and state 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