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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 8, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                HOME EDITION MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TMI NIWfPAfll TNAT MAKIS ALL NORTH 10 WANS M f I G M O ft S GIVE VOL LXI Prat PMM LMM MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOSf I IMS Paper emulate Two Socialist Vote May Spell Faures Doom OVER LAW ENFORCEMENT Moyer and Countryman Going Separate Ways DWIGHT McCORMACK DES M01NES the fact that Aty Gen Dayton Coun tryman and Safety Commissioner Clinton Moyer are going their sep arate ways on liquor law enforce ment Moyer declares there is no conflict between them Countryman has declined to comment on the matter Countryman has directed sever MOYER COUNTRYMAN Two of Three Escapees at Eldora Caught INDEPENDENCE of three escaping Eldora Training School inmates were captured Friday after a wild chase which ended when their car missed a sharp curve and rolled Z10 feet The third Larry Barnes 17 Des Moines ran from the wreck and got away Olin Bullington Ottumwa was trapped in the car Roger Clark 18 Dubuque at tempted to flee but halted when a warning shot was fired into the Bullington and Clark were treat ed at Independence for minor infofrrtum were authorized to are ann trancfArrAd tn T Songstress 4 Other s Nabbed for Gambling HOUSTON Tex i three other Ella Fitz raembers of Jazz at the and county into another He didnt in clude state agents in those groups The agents are under Meyers jurisdiction Moyer and Chief R W Neber gall of the State Bureau of Crimin al Investigation conducted a series of raids in the Carter Lake and Council Bluffs area earlier this week Nebergall is the agents im mediate boss Local officers and agents also were in on those raids Later Moyer called a news con ference to announce that Gov Leo Hoegb and I are declaring war on hoodlums gamblers and prostitutes in the Carter Lake He said be found littlej evidence of organized crime inj Pottawattamie County outside arter In the course of the conference newsmen asked Moyer whether he lad given Countryman advance notice of the Carter LakeCouncil Bluffs raids He said he hadnt Then the safety commissioner was asked whether there was any scrap on between himself and Countryman over liquor raids There is absolutely no conflict between myself and the attorney Moyer declared He is carrying out enforcement as he is ROCK ROAD TO a setting reminiscent of Korean hill warfare a French artillery unit fires towards the rebelinfested slopes on the French Moroccan road be AP Wirephoto tween the Boured and Aknoul outposts Supply columns have to battle their way daily through roadblocks set up bv rebellious nationalists juries and transferred to on S10 bondeacb Moyer declined to comment for jail Authorities said they believed aftcr baving chaned Fridavjpuhlications on two other questions Barnes stole a car at Wmthrop njght with shooting dice backstagebrouSht P bv the newsmen Onei and continued his flight performance was going referred to the fact that while both Authorities said the three Countryman and Moyer are inter gtole a car at Gldbrook and drove After Qraru bond in enforcement they are for them the arresting independently The other Auto Runs Into Creek North it to Waterloo where they aban took another They 20 stopped at doned it and went east on filling station outside Waterloo and left without paying for their gasoline i Highway Patrolmen Frank s Oelwein and Bob Ordt Inde pendence spotted them 15 minutes drove them back to the music hallwas U the effect Moyer hasj for the performance become aggressive on the point of The ottMra booked were John enforcement Dizzy Gulcspie the trumpet Flrrf player Illinois Jacquet who blows The next day Countryman re a saxophone and Georgia Henry i turned to his office from the first singer The officers said Miss of meetings to Fitzgeri county peace officer organize ai association Ben Lamfers of Kanawha Victim KANAWJIA Ben Lamfers drowned late Friday when his auto went out of control on fresh gravel and plunged into a creek near his farm three miles west of here Hancock County Coroner Kenneth Threat of Epidemics Follow FLOODS IN MEXICO MEXICO CITY rampaging Panuco Rivtr had falltn 10 inches at floodsodden Tampico Saturday But the threat of epi haunted the stricken city and a Navy spokesman said i situation was still grave river still stood 18 feet flood stage as persons were packed into only a small area of the important gulf port whose total normal population is Capt Francis 0 Fletcher the embassys naval people have crowded into the city from the flood tone clutching 4S H north 50 miles to the west and 75 miles to the southwest Fletcher estimated that dwell ings have bewn destroyed in the area A Marine Robert B Medors reported Thursday to have been Hie first American to lose his life in the relief operations up safe and sound later at Independence They saidaw was not actually shooting diceiin every county of the state HewBoughtm said Lamfers suffered L Morocco General to Stay Government May Fall From Our Wire French National Assembly opened its crucial third day of Morocco debate Saturday with Premier Edgar Faure whose government could fall any this weekend desperately wooing the Socialist Party whose 105 members in the Assembly could make or break Faures cabinet the 21st since the war In debate Saturday it was re vealed that the government is not considering the removal of its resi dent general in Morocco despite charges that he has opposed Faures plan for reforms there Dtnttd Pierre July minister for Tunis ian and Moroccan affairs was asked during assembly debate if any move was under way to re lieve Gen Pierre Boyer de Latour Reports have circulated that might be given an army promotion placed in charge of all military op erations in North Africa and re lieved of political duties in Moroc co July replied Such dismantling of the functions of the resident gen eral has not in any manner been the object of government delibera Much of the criticism of Faures program for Moroccan reform has hinged on the failure of Boyer Am Latour to find a third man to com plete the proposed regency cotmcfi as he to replace ousted Sultan Moham med Ben Moulay Arafa The first two men were picked weeks ago The resident general was sup The Denver White House put to find a third man but Ike Reaches Milestone in His Recovery Two Weeks Since Heart Attack DENVER 19 President Eisen on iiCIS jthe welcome mat for Vice Presii never has made a nomination dent Nixon as the President conFrench colonials in Morocco claim feet behind the fleeing car at arrived the policesaid if you get people working andicreek up to 70 miles per hour At the police station Miss Fitzthinking together and encouraging The patrolmen tried to go hour curve at 80 and their car was being booked went out of control and turned end over end for 210 feet Too Imen said the boys gerald dabbed tears from her eyes others to new ideas and new Gfll fO around a 45miIepcrwith a wispy handkerchief as in enforcement work this neighbors Peter Eekhoff r J being booked jean prove remarkably HalL found Lamfers j TnTVF 9 I have nothing to she told There was so much discussion submerged part of the car MEs MJHNES X porters What is there to group at Council Bluffs late t0 rSonlv if one appomtive prob and a cup of jSthelfStlortaS at a Eekhoff heard the crash S mS Ms nearhv farm Mrs Polnff Cll iSiuns at tinued to make formal progress from Ms heart attack The President had a nights sleep of more than eight a medical bulletin said This morning he is feeling rested and cheerful His condition con DEb MOINES Gov appointment Hoegh made up tinues to progress satisfactorily own advice his mind SEA EXERCISE and a MANILA iji The Philippine Asked if she was actually Navy Saturday began its first part in the dice game she On the point of anv voy and antisubmarine training blotted another tear and shook ronntrvman iand turned exercise in the South China Sea i 4 haxe ff SnS to mv Jjusl Mr his nearby farm Mrs Eekoff had On Friday he said he would ap K Peterson 71 Coim attornev to succeed Mul been driving in trout of week in the position rttroy Tnd martOT nf Trt arvl HPTATcnn will CPTTTO linri no riT me into their farmvart t n i over the matter of whom to apiPeterson will serve untjl he or his Indiana Governor Will Take Charge of Explosive Strike happened jfice after being gone several was born in Ger jand I have no comment to makemany Sept 25 1886 He was on this Month Ago Mover had explained that he planned the Carter LakeCouncil Bluffs raids for about a month Jago but for various reasons they point to succeed the late Charlessuccessor is elected JR Fischer as State Insurance Degeneral election partment commissioner The Big Conference In addition to the visit with Nix on the Presidents doctors ap proved also his first major busi ness conference since bis heart at in the 1956 tack Sept foreign policy member of the Christian Reformed as soon as vou can Church at Kanawha Hoegb avoided a possible sharp i right way is to get the job doneconflict in acting quickly on the His Survivors Survivors include Bennv Fischer died last Sept 8 but the governor still hasntannounced his selection Last Wednesday judgeship Before Peterson was chosen the seventh congressional district in which Peterson lives was the only one not represented NEW CASTLE Ind LP Gov George NT Craig of Indiana was hurrying home from Miami Saturday to take personal charge of the vn i c plosive Perfect Circle strike in New Castle were the He reated that before heiRockwell John E ring firm proiwsed to reopen in ypitc of a riot that left wounded became safety comnilssioner on est City Frieda Mabaus Forest Docile to fill Officers of a National Guard battalion on duly in New aidiappomtmcnl by Hoegh he Gejtrude Paulson they would pull their troops away from the Perfect Circle foundry if asked Hoegh where there wereAlice at home on it reopened as planned Monday appoint President Eion the supreme court Marion Siebo Rasper Oalfe announced the appoint Seventh district attorneys meeting next Tuesday with Secre tary of State Dulles It was Saturday two weeks ago that thePresident awakened in pain around 2 His physician Maj Gen Howard M Snyder later reported he suffered a heart at tack The passing this morning of the r n UdsajLUg LULiA UA UJC off unffl last Tuesday Mrs Everett Booveman all ofment of Iowa Supreme Court Jus1 pressed the late Gov William S first two weekswhich phvsicians if t H t nvrt Hi f KflPITtVOl I f TtS mri r r Mulroney to appoint someone fromjhave described as the period of a vacancy on to succeed H J Mantz ofjgreatest danger after a seizure of they have been promised by the resident general that there will be good no regency council The future of the government still is uncertain Much political maneuvering is in progress One thing which could help the govern ment would be an announcement from Rabat that the regency coun cil has been completed Newly appointed Defense Minister Pierre Billotte went to Rabat Friday to taljc to Boyer de Latour There were hopes Billotte might produce some change in the outlook Violent clashes at Rouen between police and demonstrators w h a backed up a refusal by troop re serves to be shipped to the North African battle front complicated the issue Threw Stones About demonstrators in cluding Communists singing the In ternationale charged police at JRouen anc Sioux City Woman Killed in Crash City Record Marred enforcement problems he should begin Paulson Court of the United States atAuduboR when he resigned from i coronary rise to the farm court n jjgjjtz was fromjhopes the President may be flown iPnniP Itli rni j t t n the governor mentioned Mich ing attention was the Carter Lake Mover said He continued 1 The situation at Carter Lake is not as bad as pictured by some of those who complained But that1 SIOUX CITY UP doesnt mean it isnt un would remain in the vicinity Mayor Paul F McComiack saidj officers of a National Guard bati talion on duty here told him they would pull their troops away from Perfect Circle foundry if it re opens but would remain in the vii cinity But Col Howard Wilcox apolis commander of the 151st Sloux fantrv Regiment from which s first traf 1 am to Omaha and troops were drawn said he fatallty m nearly a ear Douglas County Omaha officials J authorized no such plans woman was injured Fridayfor the information obtained from ment of the troops he said in a twocar headon collisionjthem and to newspapers in the be up to Gov Craig at an intersection area for stimulating people The governors aides professed She was in a ca driven by i not to know what orders Craigjwilliam Ricgas 33 Sioux might bring for the heavily armedxvhich collided with one driven byj guardsmen With martial law Leftinc 44 Sioux City The declared tlie Guards authority in mcn wcre listed In good condi tliis city of in east central iUon In a hospital Indiana was indefinite Police said told them his attention was and wherejBen Deirks Belmond Jennie ini Toat nieant Hoegh would be rei the seventh district Lena Dove to appom Justice Mul Outstanding among the and Bernard Grand ihopes jto his farm at Gettysburg Pa But Beardsley chose to promote within 10 days to two weeks to be roneys successor So before I Larson Iowa City from gin a month of convalescence elving Mulroneys formal resignai attorney general to succeed Mantz Funeral arrangements are pendltion but on the justices advice That left the seventh district witb ing at the Hansen Funeral Home ithat he would accept the presidenlout a justice a moi Doyle Moore Craigs was diverted for trative assistant said only that the mcn before lhe crash governor will meet in his office Jfachcd to turn on the car heater Sundav with leaders of the comfficers said neitner apparent VJKIIVICI Vt mv V irni pany the striking CIO United exceeding the speed limit Workers and New Castle and cars were demolished ry County officials The status of the troops had been in doubt since they rolled into New Castle early Thursday with tanks and halftracks Lt Gov Harold W Handley ordered the Muncie unit to stay at home Atty Gen Edwin K Steers said Handley was the itates chief executive with Craig In Miami for the American Legion national convention but Craig countermanded Handleys order by telephone and sent the infantry men into New CaMlc SAME DATE W4483 Nashua Man Posts Bond on Bootlegging Count NEW HAMPTONClark Knight Nashua Saturday posted bond after being indicted by the Chickasaw County grand jury on a charge of bootlegging James Starkey 20 Charles City told the jury that he purchased a pint of whisky for S4 from Knight the morning of Oct 2 During the afternoon he purchased a second bottle for the same price The brand purchased sells for retail in the state liquor stores Nashua residents have re fused to have a liquor store It was the first bootlegging charge on file hrre in more than years The vice president is flying in from Washington for his first meet ing with the President since Eisen howers seizure On the same plane are Dr Paul Dudley White Bos ton heart specialist Maj John Ei senhower the Presidents son and Sherman Adams the Presi dents chief deputy Good Will Tour Nixon said before leaving from were injured on both sides The crowd threw stones and police replied with tear gas Theclash occurred after about 150 reservists in a group of 600 objected to being shipped to North Africas intermittent but bloody warfare After most of the men members of the 406th Antiaircraft Artillery Regiment had boarded trucks for transportation to a troop train the objectors began shouting protests and shut the barracks gates to pre vent the trucks from departing The ringleaders were quickly 1 A t ltd V 111 j Washington that he hopes to up and the troop shipment nounce early next week whether went he win go ahead with his schedA hostlle demonstration also uled good will tour of the Middlejbroke out at Pltal of East next month The trip hadFreilch Morocco agamst Francois been announced before Eisenhowde Panafceu chief civil affairs of ers illness ficer of PresidentGeneral Boyer However he declined to say whether the matter would be jbrought up during his meeting with Eisenhower or to tell what elsej the two might discuss i About j Dr White who examined the President personally after the at tack is returning for a new exami jnation and a round of consulta tions with bedside doctors SaturJ day and Sunday It will be on j basis of these consultations that decisions will be made on the exf jtent to which Eisenhower mayiweather data up I gradually increase his schedule of jto 8 a m Satur The Weather Mason City Pleasant Iowa Fair miid Minnesota Clear warm Globe Gazette conferences AP Wirophoto I IOWA LEAVE FOR Adams the Presidents secretary Vice President Nixon Dr Paul Dudley White heart specialist ami Maj John Eisenhower converse at wa 1IU1 National Airport Saturday before their departure for Denver The four will ond of 1953 at the Umversitv ALUMNI DAD CITY UP 55 Clinton named day Maximum Minimum Edward At 8 a m Frii Precip Alumni YEAR AGO visit the President over the weekend of ioua Maximum Minimum   

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