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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 9, 1946, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILYPAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME HI9T0HY ARCHIVES KOINES I A HOME EDITION THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LH Associated PieM United Press Full Leased Wires Five Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER a 1946 This Paper Consists of Two One No 311 PAYS INDEMNITY IOWATRYINGTO BUY HALF MILE OF LAKE FRONT Conservation Commission to Negotiate Purchase From Parker Estate The state conseiivation commis sion has agreed to negotiate for the purchase of approximately a half mile of Clear Lake north shore property belonging to the H G Parker estate it was announced Wednesday at Des Moines The property is a narrow strip of less than an acre in the half mile and lies between highway 18 and the lake beginning at the southwest corner of the Clear Lake country club property and extend ing westward The commissions decision came as the result of a request from the Association for the Preservation of Clear Lake that the commission preserve the lake front for the public use The delegationmaking the trip to Des Moines to discuss the mat ter with the commission included the association president Charles E CoTnwell and 4 directors M F Zack S L Haynes Leo Berry and Dr H C Krueger The property involved is part of a 110 acre tract acquired in 1854 from the United States by the late H G Parker and has been held by the family ever since The road which is now highway 18 was platted in 1876 although a wagon trail existed there previously Purchase of the shore property wouldalso involve buying half of the right of way ease ment was given for the road ap proximately 4 acres The delegation asked that the commission either negotiate the purchase or condemn the propertyinvolved suiliils BALK ON UNION Claim Contract With CIO Would Be Illegal Iowa City conference between University of Iowa offi cials and a CIO committee claim ing to represent 70 per cent of University hospital employes ended in a stalemate Tuesday when SUI authorities said it was illegal for them to contract with any labor union The CIO committee was led by Paul Corbin national representa tive of the CIO United Public Workers union who said an offi cial charter had been granted to the local Hospital Workers union Representing the university were Fred Ambrose university business manager Gerhard Hartmansu perintendent of the hospital and Arlyn Marksdirector of nonaca demic personnel Ambrose said that according to a decisionof the state attorney generals office of March 29 1946 it is illegal for us to enter into negotiations for a collective bar gaining contract with a labo union loston Jpo Ferriss Blanks Cards 40 in 3rd Game of Series Finds Sock With Hair Canyon City Ore UP Roai Supervisor Ernest Curtis discov ered a rock which grows hair1 while blasting out a new roadbec The basalt rock has a silky sofl fine growth said to resemble hu man hair Weather Report FORECAST Mason City Considerable cloudi ness and continued mild Wed nesday night and Thursday Iowa Considerable cloudines Wednesday nightand Thursday Scattered light showers Thurs day in south and central por tions Warmer extreme wes Wednesday night Cooler Thurs day night and in northwest an extreme west Thursday after noon Low Wednesday nigh around 50 High Thursday 70 extreme west to 82 in extrem east Minnesota Increasing cloudines and warmer Wednesday nigh followed by occasional shower in northwest portion Wednesda night and rather generall Thursday Cooler Thurs da night and in west and centra portions Thursday IN MASON CITX GlobeGazette weather statis tics for 24 hour period ending 8 oclock Wednesday morning Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Wednesday Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 69 50 55 01 49 22 SCORE BY INNINGS 23 45 67 8 9 R D O i I Boston AP itching by Boo Ferriss and a run 1st inning homerun by Jig Rudy York combined to own the St Louis Cardinals 0 here Wednesday afternoon nd give the Boston Red Sox 2 to 1 lead in the World eries FIRST INNING Cardinals Schoendienst took he 1st pitch for a called strike and bounced right back to the box nd Ferriss tossed him out easily rtoore hit the 1st pitch to Doerr threw him out Musial walked n 5 pitches On the 3rd pitch to laughter Musial stole 2nd base s H Wagners throw bounced in ront of Pesky and rolled into cen er field Musial was trapped off nd base and finally run down iggins made the tag near 3rd ase No runs no hits no errors none eft Red Sox Walker ran back bout 10 paces and gathered in kloses long fly Pesky rapped a ow single just inside the 3rdbase me for the 1st hit of the game and lis 1st of the series DiMaggio hopped a high bounder along the st base line where Musial made he tag for the putout Pesky slid ng into 2nd There was no need or the special Williams shift this ime as Dickson passed Ted pur posely York hit a tremendous lome run over the left feild wall onnecting on a 3 and 2 pitchthe ball travelling about 400 feet 3esky and Williams scored ahead of him to put the Red Sox ahead 0 Doerr went down swinging Three runs 2 hits no errors none left SECOND INNING grounded Pesky and was an easy out Ku rowski rolled to Doerr but York had to make a fancy catch of the 2nd basemans throw to make the out York scooped up Garagiolas slow bounder and steppedon 1st or the out No runs no hits no errors none left Red worked the count to 3 and 2 and then walked Al Brazle a lefthander started warming up in the Cardinal bull pen Garagipla allowed Dicksons 1st pitch to H Wagner to squirt through bis legs enabling Higgms to take 2nd Garagiola was harged with apassed ball H Wagner sacrificed Higgins to 3rd Musial picking up his bunt along he 1st base line and tossing to Schoendienst who covered 1st for the out Ferriss struck out swing iig Moses bounced but Schoen dienst to Musial No runs no nits no errors 1 left THIRD INNING galloped into rightcenter field to haul down Walkers high fly Marion rappet sharp single to short Pesky making a brilliant backhand stop but was not in position for a throw Dickson hit the 1st pile to center where DiMaggio stood in his tracks to make the catch Schoendienst sent a long fly to Moses in deepright No runs 1 hit no errors 1 left Red Sox Pesky lined to Slaughter in right Marion cam in for DiMaggios bounder and tossed to Musial for the out on a close play With the Cardinal again in their special shift Wil liams thrilled the crowd by bunt ing Dicksons 1st pitch down thi 3rd baseline the ball rolling intc short leftfield which had been left deserted Williams was cred ited with a single his 2nd hi of the series York forced Wil liams at 2nd Marion to Shoen dienst No runs 1 hit no errors 1 left FOURTH INNING got in front o Moores roller and threw to York for the out Musial1 hit sharply Doerr who 1st for th out H uride Slaughters bigfi foulnear th screen behind home plate am made the catch No runs no hits no errors non left Red blooped a Texa league single over Schoendienst head in short left Dicks or grabbed Higgms bounder an threw to 1st for the out Doer moving to 2nd It was no sacrifice H Wagner popped to Schoen dienst behind 1st base Doer holding 2nd Brazle resume warming up in the Cardinal bull pen Ferriss flied deep to Slaugh ter No runs 1 hit no errors 1 lefi FIFTH INNING loped int leftcenter to catch Kurowski fly Garagiola lined a single t right Walker flied to William who made the catch close to th left field foul line Marion hit a t utside ball sharply to Doerr who irew him out No runs 1 hit no errors 1 left Red swung and lissed a low outside pitch lor he 3rd strike but Garagiola dropped the ball and had to throw 0 1st for the putout Dickson irew out Pesky DiMaggio lined ball landing just nside the 3rd base line and roll ng out to the left field corner 1 was the 1st extra base hit made y any Boston player other than ork With a runner on 2nd the Cardinals used a different shift n Williams everybody veering oward his left except Kurowski ho remained at his regular 3rd ase position Williams then bliged by looking at a 3rd strike No runs 1 hit no errors 1 left SIXTH INNING a good hit ing pitcher lined a long double nto the left field corner for the With the count strikes on him Schoendienst took half swing at the next pitch nd when Umpire Barlick called t a ball the Sox led by Manager Cronin protested but to no avail JiMaggio came in fast for Schoen iiensts short fly and made a hoestring catch then threw to nd to double up Dickson who was halfway down to 3rd Pesky made he putout It was the 1st double play engineered by the Red Sox n this series Moore became Fer riss 1st strikeout victim swinging at a low outside curve No runs 1 hit no errors none eft Red momentarily juggled Yorks tricky bounder but in timeto toss him out Doerrfliedto Marion jyhoranill or short left field to make the catch Kurowski came in and caught Higgins high pop fly di rectly on the pitchers mound No runs no hits no errors none eft SEVENTH INNING grounded to Doerr who ran behind 2nd base field the grounder and then oss him out Slaughter lined a single over Yorks head into right field Kurowski hit into a double play Pesky to Doerr to York No runs 1 hit no errors none left Red Wagner flied deep to Moore Walker pulled down erriss drive in deep left center Moses walked on 5 pitches Pesky got his 2nd hit of the game a sharp single between 1st and 2nd which sent 3rd DiMag gio flied to Slaughter No runs 1 hit no errors 2 left EIGHTH INNING Cardinals Garagiola bounced out Ferriss to York Walker seat a long single to right field Ma rion flied to DiMaggio in short left center Dick Sisler a left lander batted for Dickson Sisler forced Walker Pesky to Doerr No runs 1 hit no errors 1 left Red Wilks a right hander who won 8 games without a defeat during the regular sea son went to the mound for the Cardinals For the 1st time in this series without a runner on 2nd Kurowski remained at his 3rd base post as Williams came to bat Williams then hit the 1st pitch on a line to right field where Slaughter made the catch close to the stands York singled to center Doerr lashed a double high off the leftcenter field wall sending York to 3rd Higgins wen1 out Wilks to Musial with the runners holding their bases Schoendienst fumbled H Wag ners easy roller for the 1st Card inal error of the series York com ing in to score and Doerr moving to 3rd Wagner was not credited with a run batted in Ferriss forced H Wagner Schoendiens to Marion One run 2 hits 1 error 2 left NINTH INNING backed up to make a nice pickup of Schoen diensts hopping grounder and threw him out It was Doerrs 3th assist of the game to tie a world MEALS DRINKS PRICES FREED FOR RAILROADS Decontrol Does Not Apply to Food Sold by Train Peddlers Washington IP All meals food and beverages served on rail road dining cars will be freed from price ceilings on Friday the OPA announced Wednesday The agency announced that the exemption will not apply to sales of sandwiches milk or other food items or drinks sold by train ped dlers Ceilings also will continue on sales at railroad station news stands or individuals selling food and drinks at stations The OPA said it is allowing ex emption for meals food and bev erages served in dining cars cafe cars or club cars because the rail oads had proved they are losing ubstantial amounts of money on heir dining car operations and he price increases that the OPA s required under the law to grant are greater than the railroads say hey will put into effect them elves if the service is exempted rom price control OPA said dining car prices had rozen since July 1 1943 at the highest level between Feb 1 and April 10 of 1943 Preamble on Italy Pact Is Adopted Paris peaceconfer ence centered its final phase of treatywriting iate Wednesday with the adoptionof the preambli to the Italian settlement Yugoslavia abstained in the vot mg on the preamble though thi preamble text had been adoptei unanimously in commission Articles 1 and 2 were passed quickly and unanimously Soviet Foreign Minister V M Vtolotov who assailed the Italian reaty draft plan for the pro ected free state of Trieste as an undemocratic means of keeping that strategic Adriatic area under BritishAmerican control in an address to the delegates Wednes day morning presided as chair man The conference first real division dealing with the witnessed its on article ItaloYugosla frontiers White Russia demandec a roll call on its amendment which had failed in commission to move the line westward in Yugo slavias favor It was rejected 14 to 5 with 2 abstentions Ethiopia joined Whiti Russia Poland Czechoslovakia and the Ukraine in backing th amendment Belgium and Yugo slavia abstained The same vote defeated a sim liar Yugoslav amendment On th 2nd roll call Belgium and Ethio pia abstained and Yugoslav joined the other Slav states ir supporting it In both cases Rus sia faithful to her Big 4 com mitments voted against th amendments thus supporting th 4power agreements The conference then adopte article 3 as drafted by the foreig ministers council and approve by the commissioin fixing th ItaloYugoslav boundary along th French line New Game Head DesMoines Lewi Bedford has been appointed b the state conservation commissio as superintendent of game succec ing Taylor Huston Des Moine who resigned several months ago series record held by 5 other 2n basemen Joe Gordon of the New York Yankees was the last t achieve the mark on Oct 5 194 Moore flied to DiMaggio Musia drove a triple which hit the righ field wall in front of the Red So bullpen on 1 bounce Slaughte missed an outside pitch for th 3rd strike No runs 1 hit no errors 1 lef MONEY IS FOR SHOOTING DOWN 5 U S FREEDOM BOUSE HONORS BARUCH Bernard M Baruch right receives the an nual plaque of Freedom House from Mrs Franklin D Roosevelt Tuesday night at the 5th anniversary dinner of Freedom House at the Waldorf Astoria hotel New York City Secretary of Treasury John W Snyder left joins in the congratulations AP Wrtre Lie Emerges as Arbiter in Deadlock on Atomic Control New York Lie of Norway ofthe United Nations emerged Wednesday as a possible arbiter in the United Nations atomic energy commission if the western powers and Russia fail to break theirdeadlock over international atomic control Lie left unanswered the question of whether he might use his powers under the UN charter if at all to play a part in the arduous negotiations aimed at outlaying atomic weapons and harnessing nuclear power for the benefit of mankind But the UN chief asserted his right to intervene under the UN charter Tuesday night in a prise addition to an otherwise i rM IT hnd blayer neirens Mentally Unbalanced Joliet III Heir ens 17 convicted slayer of 6 year old Suzanne Degnan and 2 wom en has been adjudged mentally unbalanced and will be trans ierred next week to the Menard state penitentiary for the crimin routine speech honoring Bernard VI Baruch chief American dele gate to the atomic energy com mision He said he did not plan to do so for the time being Baruch recipient of the annual freedom house award as the auth or of the American atomic control plan took the occasion to reaffirm vigorously the United States pro posals and to condemn what he alled deliberately created con fusion about those proposals Without naming names Baruch struck back for a second time at the claim of Henry A Wallace that the United States was seek ing an unfair advantage by con tinuing to Keep and manufacture atomic bombs until other nations agree to effectively prohibit atomic bomb manufacture I would be recreant in my trust if I dared to recommend the im mediate abandoment of a major weapon in our arsenal the bomb he asserted How can any one ask destruc state prison here disclosed plans for Heirens transfer after the youth stoned an armed guard Tuesday in the prison recreation yard tion of existing their manufacture bombs unless is sef f ectively prohibited Why should America alone be asked to make sacrifices by way of unilateral disarmament in the cause of international good will If equality of sacrifice be needed then each should parti cipate Shortly before Baruch took the floor to say in effect that the United States would not compro mise with Russia on the funda mental aspects of the American plan Lie praised Baruch and said the currentdebate in the atomic commission over the divergent American and Russian pans was natural because of the compli cated nature of the problem Chamber Secretary Changes Beatrice Nebr Wil lard Beatrice Chamber of Com merce secretary has resigned ef fective Nov 15 to accept a simi lar position at Fort Madison Iowa ally insane Wednesday Warden Joseph it was announced Ragen of the Report CordellHull Has Slight Relapse Washington condition of former secretary of state Cor dell Hull who suffered a slight re lapse Tuesday was reported un changed Wednesday at Bethesda naval hospital See Mass Hop of B29s as Peace Danger Washington Final govern ment approval of a projected globe girdling flight by as many as 2 dozen B29 superfortresses hung Wednesday on a diplomatic if Officials predicted privately that the state department probably will approve the army air forces plans for the if some way can be found to minimize the ven ture as a type of big stick di plomacy The problem confronting the state department is that whatever may be the intentions behind the project diplomats here and in foreign offices around the world appear certain to read into it various political implications This is a source of concern to American officials who contend that United States relations with although based at present on Secretary of State Byrnes pol icy of firmness must be kept in balance They particularly do not want topresent any evidence of swordrattling or other gestures which might upset world affairs at a particularly difficult juncture Russia already has built a prop aganda campaign around what critics call antisoviet American diplomacy The roundtheworld flight plan was announced to a news confer ence late Tuesday by Undersecre tary of War W Stuart Symington State Department Still Hopes for Additional Claims on 2 Airplanes Washington ff Yugoslavia has turned over to the United States as indemnity for the deaths of 5 American airmen shot down over Yugoslavia Aug 19 the state department announced Wednesday At the same time the depart ment made it plain that the United States still hopes to obtain addi tional indemnities from Yugo slavia for the loss of 2 transport claim which Yugoslavia has rejected so far The 5 men were killed when their unarmed army transport plane was shot down by Yugoslav fighters Another army transport had been forced to crash by Yugo slav fighters Aug 9 but no lives were lost in that incident Wednesdays announcement said U S Ambassador Richard C Pat terson Jr delivered a note to the Yugoslav government in Belgrade Tuesday acknowledging receipt of the In compliance with the Yugo slav governments request the note said the United States gov ernment will distribute the sum in equal payments of each to the families of the dead men Pattersons note added how ever that the United States could not accept Yugoslavias conten tion that it has no responsibility for the loss of the 2 transport planes These planes the note said did not fly over Yugoslavia illegally as contended by Marshal Titos government but for reasons be yond their controlresulting from adverse weather conditions Therefore it said the United States government must ask the Yugoslav government to recon sider its refusal to make compen sation for the loss of the 2 air craft A state department official said the figure of was ap proximately but not exactly what the United States had claimed as indemnity for the lives A department official said the money either had been distributed to the five families or would be in the near future Celestial Show Is Billed BY PAUL F ELLIS United Press Science Writer Astronomers both expert and amateur packed up their cameras and portable telescopes Wednesday and headed for the open spaces in the country where they century hope to see the celestial show of the They have calculated that the meteor shower from the orbit of the GiacobiniZinner comet will reach its maximum brilliance Wednes day night at about 9 P m CST You dont need a telescope to see the show If so and the weather1 permits thenorthern half of the western hemisphere of earth should see many thousands of shooting stars The astronomers were apprehensive about 2 things One that clouds will lock their observation and two that the moon which will be full Wednesday night may be too bright It had been expected that the comets trail of meteors would produce a preview Tuesday night but the curtain raiser was a big disappointment Most of the nations observatories reported that over cast skies prevented an observance while those on the west coast complained that the moon was too bright TEACHER SALARY FAVORED Education Committee Sets Up Minimum Pay Des Moines minimum salary of 52000 lor Iowa teachers with a 4 year college degree and 2 years teaching experience was recommended Wednesday by the executive committee of the com mission on teachers in Iowa ele mentary and secondary schools Dr J E Kirkpatrick of Morn ingside college Sioux City chair man of the commission said the recommendation would be re ferred to the executive board of the Iowa State Education associa tion The ISEA is expected to sponsor a minimum salary bill in the state legislature convening next Janu ary The commission created last spring as an organization repre senting all major viewpoints on education in Iowa also recom mended a minimum yearly salary for a teacher with 2 years college training and 2 years teaching experience The teachers would be required to have a valid certificate to qualify for minimum pay The present Iowa law guaran tees Iowa teachers from to a month depending on the type of certificate held With Iowas 9 month school year this amounts to a yearly salary of to Survey Finds Shortage of Basic ItemsSome Worse Than in War By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A sharply etched picture of shortages of meat soap sugar toilet tissue and other key living in many instances than during the bleakest war days disclosed Wednesday by a survey of 45 cities Up and down and across the country major communities re ported that many normal essen tials had either gone from the shelves entirely disappeared un der the counter to become items for favored customers or were available only to the lucky or con stant shopper The crossnation check by the Associated Press brought in these among other returns In 40 of the 45 cities meat was either not available at all or more often was in supply ranging from a small fraction of normal to an occasional appearance In all 45 cities soap in one or all of its forms was becoming almost a collectors item In 24 cities sugar was scarce or even in acute shortage while in 18 others it was cither plentiful or in fair to middling supply Sixteen communities listed toi let tissue among the top scarcities Cooking oils and fats shorten ing mayonnaise salad oils oleo margarine lard syrupand other items containing sugar were short in varying degrees in most a list to which the Jacksonville Fla Reporter tacked on Bourbon whisky and Milwaukee added a diaper shortage Boise Idaho stood out as a bright spot in the nation It re ported tersely no shortage of beef lamb sugar or butter but complained mildly that there was a scarcity of certain cuts of pork Even in Boise however when a food mart actually advertised its supply of soap and shortening a show case was broken and only 25 of the jammed customers could be accommodated Boise also had its scarcities of paint oil mayonnaise cheese and some canned goods Reports of minor disturbances in the dash to capture scarce items were scattered across the country In Columbus Ohio where some housewives were reported to be bribing the butcher with gifts of whisky one wishful buyer lost a tooth and 2 were scratched when 35 women rushed a clerk who was bringing out a carton of soap flakes In Miami Fla a new market advertised a slock of all scarce items It was mobbed The supply lasted one hour In Logan county W Va 4 coal mines shut down when miners went on a protest strike against shortages of meat lard and soap No actual butter shortages were reported but a Syracuse N Y dealer said it must be scarce or it wouldnt be selling there for 90 cents a pound Freakish Hurricane Dies Out in Carolinas Charlotte N Car freak ish tropical hurricane which raised havoc in Cuba with 125 mileanhour winds that slowed down relatively to a snails pace before they entered Floridas west coast virtually blew itself out Tuesday night in the Carolinas The storm center had slowed down to less than 5 miles an hour by the time it hit the North Caro lina border early Tuesday night in its northeasterly course toward the sea Oysters may soon be shipped in plastic shells which keep them alive in transit but save substan tial weight as compared with na tures shells   

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