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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 7, 1946, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME iiCfAKTHINf HlaTBftt AND AflCHIYEl tfOlNtG I A HOME EDITION THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL m Associated Pita United Prta Full wira Five Cents Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBER 7 me This Paper Consists of Two One No 309 One Mans Opinion A Eadlo Commentary by W EARL HALL Managing Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE i KGLO MMOO CUT Snnaw P I WTAD Oalney HI Mon p m CltT Tkuitejr I Report From the Mile High City RECENTLY I made a hurryup trip to Denver Colo for a pausbefore the National Asspcia Jion of Insurance Agents holding heir 50th anniversary convention Fmade the trip by train It was ny first visit to Denver strange ly enough With Denver visited I think I now truthfully report that evebeen to every American city rith a population of 300000 or jore r While my stay there was ex Itremely than a full day pleasantly impressed by I saw that I decided to make Ifjenver and its environs the sub iject of this commentary IrnHOSE who have visited Den 11 I venture most of lyou recall how on your by train the lofty lRockies have a way of sort of Tsneaking up on you From a distance of 100 or 150 miles they Bappearas alow hanging cloud you Gradually however they begin k tb take form with some of the Waks jutting up above the line kdf gray If youre lucky enough 6 to have a native son for a seat 4 mate as I was you learn that of these is Longs peak an other Mt Evans another Mt Howard another Mt Audubon another Pikes peak etc On this particular morning Isorneof the taller peaks were Tsnowcoyered While a few of Jhem retain there snow blanket rthrough the summer the covering present on this occasion had been added only a day or two before Denver itself in fact had been visited by its first snow on the 7 first day of autumn fromthe Union Pa S Hj OL de trained I aconversation with my taxi Driver What brings you to Denver hewantedto know in typical Colorado friendliness I told him that I was there to talk highway safety to a national in surance mens convention With this he was of f He pointed to a headline in the morning paper he had been perusing when I engaged his services It was over a story about 3 traffic deaths I which had brought Colorados I total highway fatalities to I 267 So youre going to talk to the insurance men about highway safety eh my newmade friend observed Well I wish youd tell em one thing for me Its this I make my living bucking traffic 12 hours a day This has caused me to reach the conclu sion that our officials ought to go down to Pueblo and turn all our crazy people out to make room for the rest of us Were all crazy I tell you were all crazy So I have this Denver taxi driver to thank for the first part of my speech before the nations Insurance agents His last words i me were that hed be listening jo his radio for me But Im to report my speech wasnt broadcast And hes probably still wondering whether his pro nounced viewson the subject of traffic safety made any impres sion on me AFTER myprogram stint was over I took outa little tune to renew acquaintance with some oldfriends One of these was G E Cress now a practic inglawyer in Denver but former Cerro Gordo county Another was Palmer Hoyt who xcame to Denver from Portland only a few months ago to assume the editorship of the Denver Post Denver is a city rich in history lore and some of its best stories have to do with this old paper once operated by the fabulous Tammen and Bonfils combination Many of these are related by Gene Fowler in his Timberline bookof a few years ago rnHE Post has a somewhat A spotted little on the lurid side In many respects with regard to sensationalism it took up where William Randolph Hearst left off Its headlines have always been in the largest and blackest type It was to this kind of journalistic heritage that my good friend Palmer Hoyt came v to Denver While the format of the paper retains some vestiges of Its f TammenBonfUs past the con tent and the approach have been altered to such an extent that the reformation has been most of Denvers newspaper readers The other paper the Rocky Mountain News has been con CONTINtlED ON PAGE Z HURRICANE ROARS TOWARD FLORIDA DEATH STRIKES AT WED picture Her bridal veil covering her face and on the arm of her father Rose de Febrizio arrives at the church in Inwood N Y for her wcd ding to John Mastantnono a childhood sweetheart Picture at priest stands by as friends attempt to revive Rose who died on the steps of the church as her bridegroom waited in an anteroom for the signal to meet her at the altar signal that never came AP Wirephoto ACKSON BLACK AVOID GLANCES FeudTorn Supreme Court Opens Term Washington Feudtorn upreme court fully manned for he first time in more thana year pened a new Jack Bride Dies of Embarrassment as She Nears Altar of Church By XJSO TURNER United Writer York physician said Monday that 21yearoia Angelina Rose De Fabrizio died of embarrassment a few feet from Walter wMe her bridegroom paced the vestry wondering what vivacious girl a few feet inside the church while her father tried to help her untangle the tram of her bridal gown from around her feet The confusion was too much for ing with sheer happiness Monday was to have been wonderful day for Hose and Mastantuono 21 her sweetheart since high school They were to move into their new home at Ce darhurst Instead physicians per formed an autopsy to determine whyshe died as she walked with her father down the aisle of the church of Our Lady of Good Coun sel in Suburban Inwood Long Justice Black and Justice on principals in an inner court ow that Jackson has termed no mere personal vendetta did not ook directly at each other They at 4 chairs apart in the places ssigned to them by custom Fred M Vinson who sat for the irst time in the chair of the chief ustice in the center of the high nahoganybench stumbled almost mperceptibly as his foot touched he first step to the bench Justice Black touched his arm as if to help him but Vinson recovered himself quickly and did not lose alance Jackson took the chair which was vacant for the last year while he acted as chief U S prosecutor at the Nuernberg trial Island The couple had waited patient ly They became engaged when Mastantuono entered the army 3i years ago He was discharged 8 months ago but they didnt rush to marry They were old fashioned and they wanted to have everything ready for a perfect marriage Sunday the tall darkhaired Rose pinned a corsage on her mother Her attendants tucked and admired her dress Sheputa last dab of powder on her cheek and the party left for the church where Mastantuono and the Rev Francis Agius waited Head bowed with her grey haired father she followed her maid of honor up the church steps As they stepped down the aisle to the strains of the wedding inarch she stumbled and grasped her fathers arm with both hands He patted her hand reassuringly and stopped to help her untangle the train from her feet She gasped and collapsed in the aisle Someone summoned Dr Alex ander Vivona Shes dead he said Inside the church Mastantuono finally sent his best man to fine out why the wedding was delayed He left the church in tears and locked himself in his room She had a rheumatic heart Dr Vivona said The embarrass ment of stumbling over her train was too much for it NOVEMBER 757 Des Moines Iowas draf all for November is for 757 men reduction of more than 400 from his month Brig Gen Charles H Grahl state selective service di ector reported Monday The November call is abou qual to the 725 in September which Grahi said the service me after quite a struggle Gen Grahl said no reason wa given forthe reduction in Novem ber He added he believed how ever it was due to a sharp in crease in army enlistments las month Selective service officials hav said in recent months about a the men available for draftin were those who hold agricultura deferments Commission Missionaries Johnstown Pai Paul ine Emlers and Evelyn Mildrei Coovert both of Davenport Iowa were commissioned Sunday bj delegates attending the annual na tional convention of Womens Mis sionary Societies the Unite Lutheran Church in America They were assigned to China Expect Cent a Pack Boost on Cigarets New York pric increases of 25 cents a thousan effective Mondaywere announce almost simultaneously by 2 ofth major producers the America Tobacco Co and Philip Morn and Company Ltd This will bring the net cost wholesalers to a thousan compared with which ha been in effect since last April The boosts may lead to an in crease of a cent a pack to con CONCESSIONS IN TRIESTE ISSUE ENDED FOR US White Russia Delegate Says United States Insulted Yugoslavia Paris Tom Con nally told peace conference dele gates Monday the United States would make no further conces sions onthe Trieste issue and urged the adoption of commission recommendations Connally DTexas was the 1st speaker hf general discussion on the Italian treaty as the confer ence went into plenary session un der the chairmanship of British Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin for its final sprint of treaty drafting The senator declared that for the United States the Trieste agreement was one decision one agreement in which no part can be separated from the whole K V Kisselev of White Russia asserted that Yugoslavia had been insulted by a United States pro posal during the drafting of the Italian treaty Kisselev asked the conference to reject paragraph four of article 13 of the Italian draft treaty guaranteeing equal rights to Italians living in sectors of Istria being transferred to Yugoslavia He maintained that Yugoslavia already had given fundamental freedoms of human rights by her SCORE BY INNINGS 23 456789 0 D Q 9 Q 0 Boston H StLouisH Cards Score in 3rd Frame to Lead Red Sox in Series St Louis St Louis Cardinals held a 10 lead going into the 5th inning of the 2nd World Series game with the Boston Red Sox here Monday afternoon Theplay by FIRST INNING Red Sox McBride hit Bre cheens 1st pitch a low outside curve between 1st and 2nd past the outstretched glove of Schoen dienst into right field for a single After missing 2 attempts to bunt Pesky looked at a 3rd strike Di Maggio grounded sharply straight to Marioii who fielded the ball cleanly racedover to 2nd to force McBride and whipped to 1st to complete a double play It was the 1st double play of the series No runs one hitno errors fouled off Harris 1st pitch a sharp curve which broke inside Schoendienst hit the next pitch high into the air toward centerfield where Di Maggio gobbledit up easily With the count 2 strikes andone ball Moore lifted a high pop to Pesky at short The wind did tricks with the ball but Pesky stayed with it all the way Musial ignored 2 called balls took a strike and smacked the next pitch on one bounce to Doerr who threw to 1st for the out No runs no hits no errors SECOND INNING Sox The crowd oohec when with Williams coming to THIRD INNING Red watched a 3rd ailed strike breeze by Marion andled McBrides hopper clean y and tossed him out Pesky nocked the 1st pitch into the round straight to Schoendienst ho flipped to Musial for the out No runs no hits no errors none eft looked at a ball nd strike then lined the next itch with one bounce against the eft field wall and easily made nd before Williams was able to et the ball back to the infield t was the 1st extra base hit of he game Brecheen feigned a unt missed the next pitch then apped a drive into right field which McBride 1st attempted to make a shoestring catch of then hanged his mind and decided to freedoms oi numan rigms uy lei when with Williams coming to awn institution and termedthe theTJlaterthe Cards usedtheiame wordsof the guarantee insulting Dyer shjft which had fair suc uninef mH unfair CiiTiHmr Onrp unjust and unJEair Connally was followed by Field Marshal Jan Chistian Smuts leader of the South African dele gation Applause filled the cham ber as the venerable soldier one of the survivors of the Versailles strode to the tne delegates against a cleavage between the east and west and appealed for unity and tolerance peace conference rostrum Smuts warned Believe Hull Is of Immediate Danger Washington Hull who suffered a stroke a week ago now appears to be out of any immediate d a n g e r Bethesda naval hospital reported Monday Weather Report FORECAST Mason City Mostly cloudy Mon day night and Tuesday Light showers probable day early Tues DIES SUDDENLY Leo A Davey secretary ofthe Peoples Gas and Electric company and former mayor of Mason City died at p m Monday fol lowing a cerebral attack He was stricken at his office short ly before noon and never recov ered consciousness He was born Jan 13 1886at Masoii City He is survived by his wife a daughter Mrs Thomas J Whaleu St Paul and a son Jerome M Davey South Bend Ind Mr Davey left a position as assistant manager of Klipto Loose Leaf company in 1938 to accept the secretaryship of the and E uaj1 Iowa Considerable cloudiness oc casional showers northwest and extreme west portions Monday night and Tuesday with brief peribd of showers central por tion Tuesday Slightly warmer north and west portion Tuesday Minnesota Heavy rain Monday night and Tuesday with snow or times over most of north Continued coid Monday night Rising temperatures ex cept extreme northwest late Tuesday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statistics for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Monday morning Maximum 61 Minimum 46 At 8 a m Monday 47 Precipitation 06 YEAR AGO i Maximum 65 Minimum GlobeGazette statistics for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Sunday morning Maximum 79 Minimum 56 At 8 a m Sunday 62 Precipitation Trace YEAR AGO Maximum 70 Minimum 48 cess against Ted Sunday Once again 3rd Baseman Kurowsk moved into Schoendiensts reg ular 2nd basemans position wit the latter veering sharply toward 1st base and Musial directly alongside the 1st baseline Marty Marion remained at regular short stop position The outfielders also veered sharply to the right After ignoring 2 strikes and a called ball Williams rapped one direct ly at Musial who easily beat Tec to the bag for the out York worked the count to 3 and 2 and then walked Doerr after fouling Off an attempted sacrifice wen out on a high bounder to Schoen dienst York sliding into 2nd Hig gins was purposely passed Parte hit an outside curve on the groun directly at Schoendienst wh tossed him out No runs no hits no errors left fouled of a pitch then slammed a shar single over shortstop for the Is Cardinal hit In contrast to th Red Sox who appeared to be play ing for one run Slaughter dis dained to sacrifice and swun away After fouling off 2 pitche he popped to Pesky Dusak fanne on 5 pitches Higgins backed u nicely and made a neat pickup o Marions solid rap near 3rd an threw across to Doerr at 2nd t force the sliding Kurowski No runs one hit no errors on left lay it safe on one bounce obbled the ball but was He not harged with an error as Rice aced in to score It was a single nd a run batted in for Brecheen Schoendienst sacrificed Brecheen and York despite falling 100 MPH WINDS ARE EXPECTED TO HIT COAST States Record Citrus Crop Is Endangered by Rushing Tropical Storm Miami Fla fore casters urged the evacuation of Florida west coast beaches Mon day as a vicious hurricane with windsupward 100 miles an hour roared through the Gulf of Mexico and jeopardized the state s record citrus crop W 0 Johnson storm forecast er said present indications were that the center of the storm would strike inland between Sarasota and Tarpon Springs probably in the Tampa bay area The exact time will be indicated later Winds of hurricane force will be felt at least 40 miles inland while the storm remains off the coast said Johnson Winds of full hurricane force and dangerous high tides will be felt along the entire west coast of the peninsula as far north as Cedar Keys with heavy gales over the remainder of the peninsula during the next 24 hours At 2 p m the storm center was 120 miles westnorthwest of Key West and its forward motion had increased to some 18 miles an hour Winds still roared around 0 2na and xcrs nuui lat on his back after fielding the the center at 10 or more miles an nlnnn let hasp fmll line hnur along the 1st base foulline recovered himself intime to throw o Doerrat Istforthe out After fouling off 4 pitches Moore hit a high bounder to Higgins who threw him out at 1st as Brecheen moved to 3rd With a 2 and 2 count Musial leaned into a sharp jreaking curve and rapped it on a line out to center field where DiMaggio hauled it in One run 2 hits no errors one eft FOURTH INNING Hcd Sox Moore trotted over about 10 steps to his right to gath er in DiMaggios fly With the Dyershift in position for Williams hour An army B29 reconnaissance plane approached the storm at tremendous altitude io make a historysetting observation of one of the meteorological monsters from above It was to pass over the roof of the storm at its center feet up or 3 p m At a m CST the center was 130 miles due west of Key Brecheen thrilled the crowd by striking out Ted with 3 pitches The 1st was a fast ball on the in side corner the 2nd a screwball which caught Williams looking at it and the 3rd another screwball which Williams swung at mightily and missed Rice dropped the 3rd strike and had to tag Williams for the out York walked for the 2nd straight time Doerr lined an out side pitch over the head of Schoendienst into right field for single York ran to 2nd on the hit Marion fielded Higgins grounder and tossed to Schoen dienst at 2nd to force Doerr No runs one hit no errors 2 left Cardinals Kurowski going after a 3 and 2 pitch flied to Di Maggio Slaughter fouled to Doerr who ran back 1st base to make the catch Dusak walked Marion Hied to McBride No runs no hits no errors one left Raeder Wants Death Schacht Faces Trial Twait a denazification trial before a German court German Admiral Erich Kaeder former German aval chief of staff has the allied control council requesting that he be shot STORM AREA Map locates tropical storm arrow which was moving toward the Florida coast after lashing the western tip of Cuba AP Wirephoto rather than serve the life sent ence handed him by the interna tional tribunal Raeders attorneys said Raed ers appeal stated he considered death before the firing squad a lighter sentence than imprison ment He is 70 years old The allied council can only lighten sentences not increase them Plain and grim Emmy Goering went to the Nuernberg prison Monday for her last visit with her Search China for American and 31 Held by Lolos t Amorirnn rpnorted not been found Chungking friendly Lolo tribesman and a Chinese generals only two per mitted by hostile natives to pass were searching the wilds of west ern China Monday for an Ameri can pilot and 31 other persons re ported held by Lolos since their Chinese airliner crashed Sept 20 Rifle fire drove off one search plane carrying a professional para chutist He had hoped to locate the wreckage and jump in an cf fort to aid the crash who reportedly had kept Lolos at bay for a time with available siflearms The airliner crashed 60 miles south of Sichang in the same gen eral area in which the U S army graves registration service is making its own quiet search for five U S air forces crewmen be lieved captives of the Lolos for more than two years The airliner pilot Capt Andrew Lungbotbam Pasadena Cal was the only American reported aboard the Chinese National Avia tion Corporation plane First reports of the crash loca tion were received Sept 38 Gen Ho KowKwang Chinese army commandant at Sichang sent a 17man relief expedition into the rugged area near the north Barms border but the Lolos would allow only a Lolo guide and the gen erals aide to pass General Ho telegraphed Chungking Sunday that the downed plane still had not been found A Lolo family near a village called Ahbulluluboo had taken charge of the passengers all of whom reportedly had survived the crash without serious injury the general reported The family he added had tried their best to protect them General Ho ap pealed to Chunking lor salt cloth and medicines presumably so rescuers might be able to barter their way into the mountains and perhaps ransom captives husband Hermann Goering who was ordered handcuffed and placed behind a glass partition for he meeting Frau Goering was the first wife of the convicted Nuernberg de fendants to take advantage of per mission for the wives of the con demned o see them again before they are hanged Hans Fritzsche and Franz Von Papen the other 2 men acquitted by the international tribunal re mained in Nuernberg Von Papen spent his 6th night as a free man in the prison and Fritzsche was with his attorney Schacht and Fritzsche will face denazification trials in about 3 months Bernhard Mueller Nuern berg prosecutor said Military government officials said Schacht signed a paper Sun day that he would appear before a German court He believed the Nuernberg court was prejudiced however and desired to appear in Stuttgart instead Just where he West Top winds of 60 miles an hour at Key West began to dim inish and unless a radical change of direction develops the Florida Keys andthe rich MiamiPalm Beach gold coast will miss any thing stronger than heavy rain squalls and moderate gales A record citrus crop is nearing harvest with some picking already going on and a hurricane could wreak maximum damage on it at this time Gales are predicted for the glossy green groves which are concentrated inland but many of which slope down toward the lashing waters of the Gulf of Mexico Wind whipping through the groves would knock off millions of oranges grapefruit and tanger ines which are well along in de velopment but not ripe enough for harvest Most of those shaken to the ground now would be lost Frank Sinatra and Wife Nancy Part Hollywood Sinatra has parted from his wife Nancy but a friend voiced hope Monday the arrangement wont prove per manent an Frankie has moved from their home in North Hollywood and is hunting an apartment the friend said but he emphasized there is no tallwf a divorce Frankie has had a lot of career for one man the friend added and hasnt had much time for home life I think theyll get it will be tried was uncertain I straightened out   

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