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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 11, 1946, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME CGMP PASTMEN 6F HUTORY AN ARCHIVE 91t MO I NEB I A THE NEWSPAPER THAT HOME EDITION MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL Lin related Press and United Press Full Leased Wires Five Cents a Copyl MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTOBER 11 1946 This Paper Consists ot Two Ono SEE TRUMAN ACTION ON MEAT SOON Red Sox Lead Cardinals 61 Going Into 8th Inning SCORE BY INNINGS 4 5 7 8 9 R H StLouis Q D 0 0 El 0 01 Boston O D 0 0 H Q H Pollet Chased Out of Box in 1st by Bosox Sluggers Boston Boston Red Sox held a 61 lead going into the 8th inning of the 5th World Series game here Friday afternoon Howie Pollet ace St Louis southpaw was re moved in the 1st inning Joe Dobsori was on the mound for the American league champs and held the Cards in check through the 1st 7 frames FIRST INNING Cardinals Dobsons 1st pitchto Schoendienst was a called strike Schoendienst lined the next pitch into right field for a single Earl Johnsona lefthander and Mickey Harris began warming up in the Boston bullpen Moore struck out on a 3 and 2 pitch and Schoen dienst was doubled up at 2nd on an attempted steal Partee to Pesky who made the tag Musial flied to Williams in short left field No runs 1 hit no errors none left Red Sox Gutteridge lined Pol lets1st pitch off Musials glove into right field for a single Al Brazle a southpaw started warm ing up in the Cardinal bullpen Pesky rapped a sharp single be tween 1st and 2nd into right field sending Gutteridge to 2nd Di Maggio bounced to Kurowski who stopped on 3rd to force Gutter idge DiMaggio reaching 1st safe ly as Pesky moved to 2nd Wil liams singled sharply to right scoring Pesky and sending Di Maggio to 3rd On Slaughters throw to the plate Williams headed to 2nd and beat Garagiolas throw to that bag as DiMaggio held 3rd That was all for Pollet It was Williams 1st run batted in of the series and his 4thhit allsingles Al Brazle replacedFollelrfor the Cardinals York was purposely passedto load the bases Higgins bounded to Kurowski who threw to Garagiola at the plate to force DiMaggio and the bases remained fined Marion scooped up Culber sons grounder and tossed to Schoendienst to force Higgins at 2nd One run 3 hits no errors 3 left SECOND INNING Cardinals Gutteridge threw out Slaughter Kurowski sent a higli pop to York Garagiolas grasscutter squirted through Fes kys legs into center field for a 2base error Walked doubled to left scoring Garagiola Culberson gathered in Marions long fly One run 1 hit 1 error 1 left Red Sox Partee lined a single over 2nd base Kurowski fielded Dobsons bunt but late to catch Partee at 2nd and all hands were safe It was ruled a choice and Dobson was credited with a sacrifice Gutter idge singled through the middle of the diamond scoring Partee and sending Dobson to 2nd The play at the plate was close and Garagiola protested the decision but to no avail Pesky bunted sharply back to the mound and Brazle threw to Kurowski at 3rd to force Dobson Pesky reaching 1st as Gutteridge stopped at 2nd Dimaggio grounded into a double play Marion to Schoendienst to Musial One run 2 hits no errors 1 left THIRD INNING Cardinals Brazle filed to Di Maggio in right center Pesky made a nice stop of Schoendiensts grounder and threw to York for the out Moore struck out for the 2nd time No runs no hits no er rors none left Red Sox Marion threw out Williams from the 1st base side of 2nd base where he had switched over from his regular shortstop position Marion backed up in short center field and camped under Yorks high pop to make the catch Higgins lined to Walker who made a nice catch No runs no hits no errors none left FOURTH INNING Cardinals Musial flied to Cul berson in short right Slaughter was awarded 1st base when 1 of Dobsons pitches hit him in the back Kurowski down swinging On the 2nd pitch to Garagiola Slaughter stole 2nd base sliding in ahead of Partees throw to Pesky Garagiola struck out swinging at a high outside pitch No runs no hits no errors 1 left i Red Sox Walker knocked down Culbersons drive into the left field corner and with a fast throw to 2nd held the hit to a single Culberson was credited with a stolen base when on the 1st pitch to Partee Garagiola flung the ball into center field in an attempt to head off the runner Garagiola was not charged with an error Moore came in al most to the edge of the grass to catch Partees short fly Dobson went out Marion to Musial with Culberson moving to 3rd Marion came in fast to field Gutteridges bounder in back of the mound and whipped to 1st for the out No runs 1 hit no errors 1 left FIFTH INNING Cardinals Walker bunted along the 3rd base line but was out on a close play Higgins to York Williams galloped over close to the left field foul line to catch Marions high fly Brazle flied to DiMaggio No runs no hits no errors none left Red Sox Pesky hit the 1st pitch over Brazzles head into center field for a single It was the 4th lime in 5 innings that the Red Sox leadoff man opened up with a single Although Catcher Gara giola called for a pitchput Pesky succeeded in stealing 2nd sliding in ahead of the receivers throw After missing an extra base hit with a line drive foul in right field DiMaggio worked the count to 3 and 2 and walked Williams went swinging on 5 pitches On an attempted double steal Pesky was caught at 3rd Gara giola to Kurowski with DiMag gio moving to 2nd York was pur posely passed for the 2nd time Higgins bounced to Musial No runs 1 hit no errors 2 left SIXTH INNING Cardinals Gutteridge came in fast for Schoendiensts high hop per and with an underhand peg to York got his man Moore raised a soft fly to Williams Musial doubled to right center for the 3rd Cardinal hit sliding in just ahead of DiMaggios Pesky Williams and throw to DiMaggio both charged in for Slaughters high fly to leftcenter with Wil liams making the catch No runs 1 hit no errors 1 left Red Sox Culberson hit a home run against the left field screen directly over the Scoreboard The blow put the Red Sox ahead 31 Partee walked on a 3 and 2 pitch Johnny Beazley a righthander started warming up in the Cards bullpen Brazle in attempting to pick Partee off 1st flung the ball into the dirt near the bag Musial was unable to find it and Schoen dienst had to run over to retrieve the ball as Partee remained glued to the sack Dobson struck out but had to be tagged out when Garagiola muffed the 3rd strike Gutteridge forced Partee at 2nd Marion to Schoendienst Pesky fouled to Musial outside the 1st base line One run 1 hit no er rors 1 left RESTORE BALKAN PLANE TRAFFIC Frankfurt If Normal air traffic over central Europe was restored Friday as the United States army lifted its temporary suspension of American flights over Romania Similar bans on flights over Czechoslovakia and Hungary were rescinded late Thursday Officials here declined even to discuss the reason for the sus pensions and would not comment on reports from Washington that the flights might have been halted at the request of Russian authori ties because of troop movements Montana Logger Wins Battle With 5 Bears Whitefish Mont Mon tana logger badly chewed and clawed related from a hospital bed Friday his terrific fight with 5 grizzly bears Frank Fiest of KalispelJ Mont said he encountered the bears in a bunch The grizzlies attacked and he fought them off he said shooting and killing 3 The others limped away Deputy Game Warden Ross Willson is searching for the wounded bears A person riding in a private au tomobile takes up 500 square feet of street space FBI Holds 3 Men for Atom Bomb Photos Baltimore Md UR Three ex servicemen were arrested by FBI agents Friday when they attemp ted to sell highly secret photo graphs of the atomic bomb to the Baltimore NewsPost The 3 were seized when r e presentatives of the newspap er became sus picious and noti fied the FBI and military author ities Daubenheyer The FBI iden tified the men as George Wallace Comer 23 of Bel Air Md formerly of Comers Rock Va an exprivate 1st class who was discharged from the army air forces last November after serving at Pearl Harbor in the Marshalls and at Tinian Miles Frederick Daubenheyer 26 also of Bel Air formerly of Butlerville Ind who served in the army as a flight cadet and lat er enlisted in the merchant marine James Barnes Hike 26 Chatta nooga Tenn former army cap tain who was separated from the service a year ago but who was to have returned to active duty at Fort Mead Md Saturday They were arraigned before U S Commissioner Ernest Volkart and held under 51000 bond each for hearing Oct 23 If convicted they face maximum penalties of fine 1 year in prison or both FBI Director J Edgar Hoover announced at Washington that the pictures were obtained by Comer last year when he was serving island of Tinian in the Pacific They went to Baltimore Wednes day to purchase a truck and while there met Hike an army captain Hoover said that during a dis cussion of the war Comer ex hibited 6 photographs of the atomic bomb to Kike who suggested their sale to a newspaper for approxi mately Thereafter they contacted the Baltimore NewsPost and when representatives of the newspaper became suspicious they notified the FBI and military authorities if if COMER KIKE NEWSPRINT GOES UP A TON OPA Hikes Ceiling for Manufacturers Washington Friday raised manufacturers ceiling prices for newsprint 510 a ton but refused a decontrol request by newspaper publishers The agency said the decontrol request was still under study but the price increase was granted to assure that United States publish ers will continue to receive maxi mum possible shipments of news print The increase effective Friday applies to all newsprint sold for use in the United States both do mestic and imported OPA said the new ceiling for standard newsprint delivered to cities will be a ton Ceilings for deliveries in 10 zones are specified in line with trade practices WORTH DADDYS J Marone Jr 3 and sister Catherine 9 give Spot some breakfast at Hartford Conn Their dad Marone was fined 20 for bringing the dog from Europe on a troop ship in violation of Army rules Archbishop Stepinac Gets 16 Year Prison Sentence Zagreb Yugoslavia ff Archbishop Alojzijc Stepinac charged with axis collaboration was convicted Friday on all main points of the indictmentagainst him and was sentenced to 16 years imprison ment at forced labor The 3judge peoples court of Croatia which since Sept 30 had been trying the archbishop head of the Roman Catholic church of also ordered that all his property should be confiscated and deprived him of all legal rights for 5 years Stepinac was accused of aiding the axis the puppet Croatian re public Dr Ante Pavelic and the Ustashi terrorist organization Erk Lisak Ustashi colonel was Truman Says Atomic Bomb in US Washington This countrys bombs arestaying rightai home President Truman made clear Friday He officially exploded reports that the United States has armed Britain with a supply of the pow erful weapons The chief executives denial was made without qualification at his news conference late Thursday Asked specifically whether there are any atomic bombs over there Mr Truman replied in equally positive terms that there are not The queries were prompted by published reports built around speculation that since Britain had shared in the development of the atomic weapon it had been de cided to give her a concrete stake in the finished products Among diplomats it was hoped the presidents assertion would help eliminate suspicion abroad that Britain and the United States are playing partners in a long range military alliance and at the same time ease tension over the future use of atomic energy as a weapon On other foreign policy subjects however Mr Truman would say only that 1 There has been no decision on the question of approving the army air forces proposal to send a fleet of B29 bombers around the world 2 He has made no choice of an ambassador to Great Britain to fill the important diplomatic post va cated by the selection of W Aver ell Harriman as secretary of com merce Report Stilwell Is Resting Comfortably San Francisco Joseph W Stilwell 63 6th army com mander was reported resting comfortably Friday at Letterman General hospital but his condition remained critical DEER LOSES ON POINTS Everett Wash Lin der was one point up on a 5point buck today He at least was still alive Linders car was wrecked when it smashed into the big deer on a highway with fatal results to the deer convicted also and was sentenced to hang A 3rd defendant Payle Gunlin described by Ifie court as a Ustashi In terrorist will be shot 33 men were convicted and were given sentences ranging from 6 months imprisonment to death Three were acquitted Lisak informed of his death sen tence shook his fist at the court and shouted in a highpitched voice I will die for Croatia Long live the independent state of Croatia The archbishop stood expres sionless and looked straight at the court throughout reading of the the hourlong judgment and showed no emotion when his sen tence was pronounced The audience which had stood throughout the reading cheered and clapped when the sentences of the archbishop and Lisak were an nounced The court president read a long list of findings against the arch bishop He was convicted of ap proving the forced conversion of Serbs to Catholicism of sponsor ing the organization of terrorist units and of glorifying the Ustashi in the Catholic Press and in pas toral letters and speeches Stepinac also was found to have inspired the hope that the pres ent Tito government would be short lived and to have been seen in public with German and Ital ian officers during the occupation RENEW RECORD CROP PREDICTION pes Moines statis ticians are sticking to their pre diction of a record corn crop for Iowa this year For the 4th successive time the Iowa crop and livestock reporting service Thursday forecast a yield of 673318000 bushels or 61 bush els an acre both the highest in history Farmers are expected to begin cribbing the crop before the end of this month the service said adding that a killing frost would force drying and advance the con dition for a more rapid harvest The present record corn year was 1943 when 605000000 bush els were produced U S Says No to Russia on Dardanelles Washington UR The United States Friday again rejected Rus sias bid for control of the Dar danelles and warned Moscow the United Nations security council would be asked to act if the Soviets attack or threaten to attack Tur key to achieve their ends In a most friendly but unmis takably firm note to the Soviet Union the state department swung squarely behind Turkey 5n oppos ing Russian requests for joint the waterway linking the ean with sea As though to underline the firm ness of the American position the department repeated almost para graph for paragraph the Aug 19 note in which it first turned thumbs down on the soviet de mands The new note delivered in Mos cow Wednesday by U S Ambas sador Walter Bedell Smith con cluded with this significant state ment My government also feels that it would be Jacking in frankness if it should fail to point out again at this time in the most friendly spirit That should the straits become the object of attack or threat of attack by an aggressor the resulting situation would be a matter for action on the part the security council of the United Nations Informed officials said the new note was drafted with the approval of President Truman and after consultations with the army and navy They said the memorandum made clear once and for all that this nations vital interest ex tended not only to the Mediterran ean but throughout the world Both Turkey and Britain had asked clarification of the U S position DRAFT CALLS ARE CANCELLED BULLETIN Washington war de partment Friday cancelled all draft calls on the selective serv ice system for the remainder of 1946 effective Oct 15 Assign Missionaries Cleveland women missionaries assigned during the biennial convention of the United Lutheran Church in America here were 2 Davenport Iowa women Vera Ehlers who will go to India and Evelyn Coovert who will go to China The assignments are for 3 years The automotive industry in a normal year uses more than 5 000000 tons of steel U S Backs UN Defense for Greece Paris United States old the peace conference Friday it was ready to join in any United Nations defense of Greece if reeces security is endangered by the acts of an aggressor na Thc U S Ambassador to France Jefferson Caffery speak ing on the peace treaty with Bul garis said the United Stales had consented to leave Bulgaria her present frontier with Greece only because Americans relied upon United Nations safeguards to pro tect Greece from any attack The United States delegation can give full assurance that the United States can be counted upon to act in accordance with such measures Caffery told the dele gates Greek Premier Constantin Tsaldaris said bitterly in an ear lier address that the terms of the treaty draft with Bulgaria would permit that nation to emerge from her 2nd war against the allied nations larger and stronger than ever before He accused the western powers fate we did not hesi tate to share in the most critical hours of the yielding to soviet pressure on border issues and charged them with lack of gratitude for the role his country played in the war Under the terms of the treaty Tsaldaris declared the axis al liance entered into by the late King Boris and former Bulgarian Premier Bogdan Philov in 1941 will have been justified The Greek premjer took the floor to requesting a strip ofBulgarian de mand fromPolish delegate Ste phan Wierblowski that Bulgaria be given an outlet to the Aegean Sea through Greece The renewed demand by the Slavic group that Bulgaria be given Greeces north Aegean pan handle was presented at the out set of plenary session discussion on the Bulgarian treaty the 3rd to come before the conference as a whole TheItalian treaty was approved Thursday and the Ro manian pact early Friday morning Bulgaria needs an outlet on the Aegean Sea Wierblowski de clared in a speech protesting a commission recommendation to defortify Bulgarias side of the frontier with Greece and another requiring Bulgaria to pay 500000 each in reparations to Greece and Yugoslavia Mere than half of the 50000000 acres of forest land in Finland be longs to the state Weather Report FORECAST Mason City Mostly cloudy and windy with diminishing winds Friday night Colder Friday night and Saturday with low est temperatures near freezing Iowa Mostly cloudy north and partly cloudy south portions Friday night Colder with heavy frost southwest and south por tions Saturday generally fair and continued quite cold Low Friday night 32 west to 36 east High Saturday middle 60s Minnesota Mostly cloudy east and gradually clearing west portion Friday night Colder with hard freeze northwest and freezing northeast and southwest por tions Saturday generally fair and continued quite cold IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statistics for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Friday morning Maximum 58 Minimum 40 At 8 a m Friday 41 Precipitation 111 YEAR AGO Maximum 68 Minimum 37 Formal Dress Back for White House Social Season But No Meat ANDERSON SAYS PRESIDENT NOW DEBATING PLAN Decontrol Modifying Price Curbs Importing Meat Proposals Studied AVashinglon ff Presidential action toward ending the meat shortage was predicted for the weekend by some top officials Fri day alter an exhaustive cabinet survey ot political and economic aspects of the situation One official acquainted with the cabinet discussion told areporter that President Truman may reach a decision Saturday and possibly ro on the radio Sunday night to explain it to the nation Secretary of Agriculture Ander son told newsmen as he left the white house session with other cabinet members that Mr Tru man is now considering a deci sion Two proposals were reported re ceiving chief consideration They are 1 Lifting or modifying price controls 2 Importing meat from over seas principally Argentina Possible government seizure of cattle or meat supplies was re ported definitely out the window Persons familiar with the presi dents attitude during the hour and a half cabinet session said he inclines now toward modifying price controls rather than abol ishing them altogether While Secretary Anderson de clined to discuss Mr Trumans views he remarked at one point that lowering the price only a few cents might be sufficient to begin a run to market Anderson lid not elaborate on this but reporters inferred that he was thinking of the competitive effects of imported meat As the cabinet meeting broke up there were these other devel opments 1 Senator Taft ROhio issued a statement calling for the imme diate removal of all OPA controls on meat declaring the people pre fer pork chops to price control 2 Rep Celler DN Y urged that the president declare an emergency suspend tariff rates on imported meat and end what he called the ridiculous quarantine on fresh Argentine meat Anderson told reporters on leav ing the cabinet session that Mr Truman obtained the views and suggestions of his entire official family but that no decision was made on the spot It was the longest fullfledged cabinet session of Mr Trumans administration While the president was confer ring with his official family Sen ator Taft issued a state ment calling for immediate re moval of all price controls on meat Taft said the public prefers pork chops to price control poli tics and democratic congressmen He added that price controls on all other articles should be abol ished by next April 1 3 months in advance of OPAs scheduled ex piration Anderson told reporters he is having his department study a petition from the OPA beef ad visory committee asking the re moval of controls over livestock prices Everybody in the department is considering this report Ander son said He expects to receive some kind of a recommendation by Friday night Asked whether he will be able to make a decision by Saturday Anderson replied I think I would be able to but I am not saying that I will act then To a question as to whether it is a delusion to believe the meat shortage can be solved by import ing beef Anderson said Thats a hard question to answer because lots of things can start a run He emphasized that the decision on importation as well as all oth er aspects of the meat problem is up to Mr Truman Meanwhile Rep Celler urged that the president declare an emergency suspend tariff rates on imported meat and remove what he called the ridiculous quarantine on fresh Argentine meat By MERREVIAN SMITH UP White House Reporter Washington Presi dent Truman does something about the meat situation soon the white house social season may be a cal oric flop The tooth paste ads say to avoid soft foods But the ambas sadors and cabinet members and their smartly gowned ladies who dine with the Trumans this win ter wont have a chance Theyre trapped As the white house cooks braced themselves for the first series of state dinners and receptions since Pearl Harbor the best they could hope for on their customarily lavish menus was chicken turkey or fish Unless of course the president waves a magic wand and meat be comes available before the social season begins in November For obvious reasons of equal sacrifice the white house could not and would not serve lavish meat courses when the shelves of the nations butchers arc as bare as Mother Hubbards cupboard The white house is having trouble like virtually every other household in America in getting meat Not that the president couldnt roar and demand a good red beefsteak and get it But he doesnt want to play that way The tedium of a fish or fowl diet can be relieved somewhat if the meat shortage continues into the social season This probably will be done through expert cook ing and luxurious variations into such related items as capon and pheasant But almost anv food even wieners and theyre hard to get too woitll far more sump tuous than usual when served on the lavish formal gold dinner service of the white house The formal white house social season opens on Nov 26 with the first of 2 diplomatic dinners Then follow 10 dinners recep tions for the diplomats members of the cabinet the supreme court agency heads and leaders of the congress army and navy The formal season ends on Feb 18 with the congressional reception Mr Truman was asked at his news conference Thursday if the return of the social season meant the return of white tie and tails de riguer for all male guests at formal white house affairs before the war Because formal clothes were so scarce the president said the wlile house would be kind to its guests this season They could wear either the more informal black tie and dinner jacket or the extremely proper white tie and tails Then Mr Truman remarked that he would wear tails This gave a pretty good indication that scarcity or no scarcity most of his male guests would scrape up tail coats from somewhere 8 Killed in Crackup of Military Airplane Rio De Janeiro United States military transport plane carrying American nurses crashed Friday in the Tijuca area this capital First reports said 8 were killed Named Swedens Premier Stockholm Erlander new leader of the social demo cratic party Friday was formally named premier succeedmg Per Albin Kansson who died last weekend   

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