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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 8, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                Thw Nrvspoptr Tkot Mokts All lowdins VOL 97 AuocUtod ad MM PTCM teterul MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER I CITY EDITION Peron Has Quiet Life in Exile Tfujillo Down to One Guest on His Island By FRANK KELLEY New York Herald tribune News Service CIUDAD TRUJILLO Domini can that Fulgen cio Batista of Cuba has checked into the Madeira Islands and Gen Marcos Perez Jiminez of Venezuela is sweating out his exile between Miami andNew York Generalissimo Rafael Tru jillo has two exdictator guests down and one to go The one to go is Juan Domingo Peron the pale nervous exboss of Argentina onetime Army colonel who ruthlessly ruled his roost for 10 years at Buenos Aires Peron in this torrid Caribbean summer of 1959 is the personifi cation of the sad sack whohas missed the last boat home and might well look for employment as a croupier at a casino or an assistant bouncer at a tourist night club In short he is washed s HIS WIFE Eyita died as his power was ebbing His girl friend Nelly Rivas with whom he fled vengeance has since married and raised a family This has left Peron high and dry in the DominicanRepublic not too welcomea guest of Tru jillo who may find these exiles politically to his taste but some what embarrassing when they drop in for dinner and manage to stay on from six months to a few years Peron like Batista lived it up for a while at the swanky Ja ragua Hotel along the waterr front where Caribbean winds swish through the palm trees and the greenyblue waves splash But Trujillo annoyed at these guests and their bodyguards who tiad taken over the swanky suites and discour aged the wellemployed dollar loaded Yankees from the north Batista stuck it out until re cently Perez Jiminez thought kest Iowa Holiday Opens Laos Situation Probe PERHAPS IF I HAD TOLD HIM AP Pliotofax pHelen Petrulli Russianborn exwife of Nicholas Petrulli poses with the couples daughter Rebecca 5 PerV haps if I had told him what life in Russia is really like he wouldnt have renounced his she declared Yank Changes on Moving to Russia Did a Stupid TMnff MOSCOW Petrulli a Long sheet metal worker who renounced his American citizenship said Tuesday he wanted to give up his plan to become a Soviet citizen and return to the United States Petrullis future appears to rest with officials in Washington Petrulli 38 whose last American address was Valley Stream Long renounced his American citizenship here on Sept 3 V have just realizetl I have done f He went to the embassyin Moscow and inquired about the possibility of stopping action on his citizenship renunciation Miami looked like a better haven last spring PERON COUNTING his mon ey made a move of financial modesty to a twostory villa about 10 miles west of this capital There he lives inpre sumable bliss with a jounglady known about town as an Argen tinian It is named Senorita Mar i a touching and rather bucolic sight to see Peron and his girlfriend putputt into this city from their shoreside re treat on a motorbike He gal lantly takes the wheel She sits romantically and perhaps doc ilely on the pillion or the seat behind her hero They ride down the seaside road bodyguard discreetly following on his own motorbike Soon the exhaust dies out at Wimpys a downtown small time supermarket where Peron and Senorita Martinez likeany other blissful walk in and pick up a trolley basket for their food shopping then grab a bite at the snack bar near the door i THEN ITS BACK for Peron and friend the last five miles a bumpy macadam topped road to a small estate behind two iron locked gates where there is a swimming pool ahead of the beach the trees and hedges and flowers need trim ming colored washing hangs out on the line near the servants quarters papers or possibly returning the as an alien Petrulli said he was told that chances of returning from Mos cow as an alien were virtually hopeless He said he was told the Soviet quota for migration to the United States was over subscribed for years in ad vance AMERICAN EMBASSY offi the papers on his re nounciation of citizenship con stituted a legal act and not a mere administrative formality Thus they could not be with officials said Observers in Moscow consid ered that if Petrulli had an out side chance of straightening out his legal problem it would lie with some type of decision on his case in Washington Petrulli who had written a letter to the Supreme Soviet asking to become a Soviet na tional said his aboutface re garding citizenship did not stem from any disillusionment with Iowa Mostly fair with little change in temperatures through Wednesday Low Tuesday night 6575 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Tuesday UNITED NATIONS N Y W U new factfinding group began drafting plans Tuesday for an urgent onthe spot inquiry into the situation in troubled Laos The fournation subcommittee called a private meeting less than after the Security Council brushed aside an at tempted Soviet veto and decided to arrange a U N investiga tion Representatives of the four subcommittee members were summoned to the office of the council president Ambassador Egidip Ortbna of Italy to work out plans for an early depar ture ITALY IS ONE of coun tries on the factfinding group The others are Argentina Japan and Tunisia The councils resolution creat ing the subcommittee was spon sored by the United States Britain and France They are all members of the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization which has declared Laos in its defense area The plan was adopted by a vote of 10 to 1 with the Soviet Unioncasting the lone dissent The vote came five minutes after midnight towardthe end of an emergency session began priSLabor Day afternoon and stretched through eight hours of talk rand a dinner break v DELEGATES expressed he subcommittee would go quickly to Laos and bring back the facts as a basis for possible further action Koto Matsu AP Photofax TYPICAL WEEKEND leal of Iowas holiday traffic slaughter from the state fair struck a was this accident near Buncombe in bridge abutment and flipped into the whicti Shirley Dettman and her brother Darrell 17 Sac City were killed Their pickup truck carrying pigs truck ditch below The carcass of one of the hiige pigs is in front of the upended Adjournment of Congress Still Facing Big Hurdles WASHINGTON WPt A Demo craticrRepublican agreement on the terms ofa new housing bill removed one of the major bar riers Tuesday to an early adi journment of Congress t several other issues iii eluding controversial civil rights proposals remained as stumbling blocksto any speedy final disposal of legislative busi ness A House Vote could send to the Senate a pareddown pub lic works bill in a form still re ported unacceptable to Presi dent Eisenhower He vetoed an earlier measure FURTHER DELAYING tac tics by Morse CD Maximum Minimum At 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 89 66 73 77 40 Guards keep visitors out but from outside the gates a visitor sees that Peron has about four acres stretching down to the sea Socially Peron does not mix although Ciudad Trujillo has a great social promenade each Saturday and Sunday night when the eligible young ladies and the desirable swains come with the girls duennas to the decorous hotelnightclubs where the Soviet Union ITS JUST MY personal sit he said Theres no body here to look out for me At least at home I have friends and relatives Pelrulli has five brothers liv ing on Long Island His former wife who runs a candy store at Los Angeles has custody of Rebecca 4 But I just started to he said I am 38 years old What chance would I have now of learning a new language and a new job and making new friends suddenly realized how hard it is to get the simplest offkey Italian singers sing eightyearold songs Peron appears wistful hope ful longing for a political upset in his country Those who know say he has missed it not only because of his own failure but because many of his friends in the late government believe they have a better chance of taking over in Argentina if President Arturo Frondizi can act make a go of it idea across or ask for some thing when you dont speak the Pulled Into Baler Iowa Farmer Killed RED OAK UP Maurice D Peterson 42 who farmed near Red Oak was killed Monday when he was pulled into a hay baler on a neighbors farm Peterson was wellknown in Iowa for his horse teams which won many pulling contests SEARCH BEGUN MANILA Philippines MP A search was under way Tuesday for passengers of a motorboat which burned and sank in east central Philippine waters Satur day afternoon reportedly with 50 persons aboard Minnesota Labor Day Toll Hits 18 ST PAUL racked up a toll of at least 18 dead in one oftheworstLabor Day weekend traffic records in recent years The victims in cluded five persons killed in a iwocar collision Monday on Highway 71 about six miks west of St Bonifacius NEW POLICY WASHINGTON W Congress Monday has passed a resolution permitting the burial in national cemeteries of Reservists and National Guardsmen killed in ac tive duty daira of Japan expressed belief it would serve as a United Na ions presence in the area and would ease tension Henry Cabot Lodge of the United States introducing the resolution said it was theleast ie council could do veileo reference to possible SEATO intervention he said alternative actions if they be came necessary might be much more He said The United States be lieves there is no doubt at all that aggression is being com But the resolution did not mention Laos accusations that Communist North Viet Nam is guilty of aggression and is pro viding troops supplies and ar tillery Laotian reb els Nor did it mention Laos request for emergency force Indianola Girl 15 Accidentally Shot DES MOINES Linda Sue Moore 15 Indianola was shot and killed Monday Avhen she walked in front of a 22 caliber pistol being fired by Douglas Shepard 23 Des Moines Au thorities were investigating Peaceful Integration of School in Florida MIAMI Fla and white children entered Mi amis Orchard Villa Elementary School together Tuesday and public school integration came to Florida for the first time In sharp contrast to the violence which accompanied in tegration in such places as Little Rock Florida accepted the racial mixing calmly There were no incidents Four Negro pupils walked into the building without escort along with white children Shortly before the scheduled opening of the fall term two supporters ef segregation appeared at the school They were J B Stoner Atlanta who said he n a mem ber of wte Christian Knights of me Ku Klux Klan and Fred Hockett ef Miami executive secretary of the Florida White Citizens Council When Mrs C E with her two children Hockett urged her to send them to another school But Mrs Arnold took her children on into the Orchard Villa School The other spectators at this breaking of the public school segregation barrier were a score of newsmen and pho tographers Stop alt Clarion Rest Point CLARION Sheriff Robert Bleckers courtesy stop where Labor Day motorists could pause for a cup of coffee and rest a bit apparently paid off again Blecker said there were no serious traffic accidents in Wright County during the week end although Iowa suffered its worst Labor Day weekend in history The courtesy stop six miles east of here closed down early Tuesday after dishing out a tre mendous amount of coffee milk and doughnuts Blecker who was helped by two deputies and every Boy Scout troop in the county banded out doughnuts cups of coffee and cartons of milk More than motorists reg stered at the stop but observ ers said many others stopped for the refreshments but didnt reg P Blecker started the courtesy stop a few years ago in an effort to get vacationing motorists to pause a little on their trip rather than trying to make their whole trip in one run Toll Over Holiday Soars to Near Record NATIONAL HOLIDAY TOLL Beating 28 Nonboating 40 Miscellaneous 84 603 Bj IKK ASSOCIATED TRESS Traffic accidents during ahe threeday Labor Day holiday cost the nation a near record toll in human lives More than 430 dead were counted Monday The alltime record number of traffic deaths for a Labor Day weekend is 461 set in 1951 A total of 658 persons were killed during thatholiday in cluding traffic drownings and miscellaneous accidents Ore could slow down Senate action on a Housepassed bill to lift the interest ceiling on government savings bonds Morse slowed Senate action Monday but failed in his an nounced plan to block all legis lative accomplishment on the Labor Day holiday The Senate passed a farm surplus disposal bill loaded with amendments that seem likely to cause delays in efforts to compromise it with the House version Included was an ex perimental revival of the food stamp plan The Senate version also would extend the present program for three years com pared to a single year voted by the House Congressional leaders of both parties got together on a toned down housing measure deemed acceptable to President Eisen hower The President has ve toed two bills in this field and made his rejections stick 21 Dead in 3Day Period By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Iowa Tuesday counted 21 mo tor vehicle deaths for the Labor Day weekend the grimmest toll in the states history for a threeday holiday The casualty list for the peri od that started at 6 Friday and ended at midnight Monday included six persons who died as the result of a twocar crash near Winthrop Saturday Eight of the victims w e r s killed or found Monday throe died Sunday and 10 Friday night and Saturday THE TOTAL OF 21 surpassed 3oth the previous high of 18 for Labor Day weekend set in 1941 and the 20 deaths in a fourth of July weekend in 1956 The toll on Iowas carpacked roads and highways was the fifth worst in the na tion surpassed only by the pop ulous states of California New York Ohio and Texas By com parison only one person was illed in Nebraska traffic dur ing the holiday Don Statton state public safe ty commissioner said he was surprised by the high number of had expected a better record in Iowa We had such a good month in Au he said Herrick chief of Highway Patrol who had 300 patrolmen covering the state ut the blame on motorists The people are going to have o start helping he laid These deaths are so un necessary if people would just use better DEATHS PREVIOUSLY not j 17 THE NEVfe VERSION still subject to committee action would retain a new authorization for urban renewal providing that million would become available on en actment and an additional million on July 1 1960 Eisenr hower could set aside mil lion of each fund for cities un der The measure would remove the authorization of previous bills for college classroom loans to which Eisenhower ob jected strenuously but would transfer the 50miIIiondollar authority to the college dormi tory program In the Senate both sides were playing the civil rights question by ear All were agreed that somehow the matter will be brought up before the Senate adjourns But there was no agreement on how this will be accomplished Timmy Allan Fisher 16 monthsold son of Mr and Mrs Trancis Fisher Timmy was dlled when he ran behind a ruck backing out of the drive way of his farm home 5Vi miles northeast of Montezuma Mon day Dorothy Johnson 23months old daughter of Mr and Mrs Harlan Johnson Council Bluffs who died when she was backed over by a vehicle driven by her father near the Johnson home Darla Howard 9 Marshall town who died Monday of in juries suffered in the crash near Winthrop which killed five per sons Saturday including her father Lloyd and her aunt Mrs Bcrnice Peters of Grundy Gen ter SHIRLEY DETTMAN 19 and her brother Darrell 17 Sac whose bodies were found Mon day in a pickup truck in which they were hauling home some hogs they had exhibited at the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines Authorities said their truck struck a bridge abutment on Highway 20 Sunday night COLVIN DIES BRONXVILLE N Y WVD Leigh Colvin 79 onetime Prohi bition party candidate for the presidency and a leader in the prohibition movement for more lhan 50 years died Monday HEJ RE SHE IS AP Photofax Miss Iowa in the person of Jacqueline Baker Grinnell College stu dent is just one of 54 girls now in Atlantic City N doing their bit in improving the landscape Jackie was snapped as she made her first at theweeklong Miss America activities Heat Wave to Continue lowans shouldnthope for much relief from the unseason ably hot weather of the last several days until late this week That the word Tuesday from the Weather Bureau which forecast maximum tempera lures for the day would be about the same as those of Mon day when tops ranged from 89 degrees at Mason City to 95 at Davenport Other 90s of the day included 94s at Des Moines Wa terloo Burlington and Sioux City The Weather Bureau said skies would be mostly fair and that there would be little tem perature change through Thurs day Lowest readings Tuesday morning ranged from 66 de grees at Mason City to 72 at Davenport About the same is due Wednesday morning about three miles west of Dun The truck was flipped into a deep drainage ditch An intensive search was under way when the bodies were found Their parents Mr and Mrs Bob S Dettman following them in another truck did not see the accident and reported them missing Conrad Smith Parkersburg who was killed Monday night when his truck went out of con rol and crashed on a blacktop road about five miles south of Dike inGrundy County Susan Fees 57 of Des Moines who was killed in a twocar crash at an intersection about one mile north of Des Moines SAME IOWA IAFKTY nouuuu   

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