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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 2, 1947, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME vr AftCttlVCa DCS r MINIS IA THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBORS VOL Pnm nut United Freji Full Lcued Cents a LAUNCH US FOODSAVING PROGRAM Dodgers Take 96 Lead After 5 Innings of Play SCORE BY INNINGS 9 R Yanks Q Dodgers ID D Brooklyn Dodgers took a 96 lead after 5 innings of play in the 3rd game of the World Series here Thursday afternoon Bobo Newsom starting hurler for the Yanks was hammered from the hilltop and Joe Hatten who started for the Dodgers was relieved in the 5th frame fol lowing a homer by Joe DiMaggio FIRST INNING Yankees Stirnweiss singled off the right field wall on Battens 4th pitch Henrich on a 3 and 2 pitch hit into an easy double play Reese to Stanky to Robin son Battens first 3 pitches to Benrich Were balls and Ralph Branca who lost the first game began warming up in the Brook lyn bull pen LindeU grounded out Jorgensen to Robinson No runs one hit no errors none left Dodgers Stanky hit the 2nd pitch back to Newsom who threw him out at first Robinson lined Newsoms 2nd pitch into center field for a single The Negro took a big lead off first and Newsom twice tried to pick him off Then he broke for 2nd overslid the bag and was tagged out Stirnweiss to Rizzuto Reiser walked and went out stealing Lollar to Rizzuto He was hurt on the play No runs one hit no errors none left SECOND INNING Yankees After receiving first aid treatment Reiser went out to center field DiMaggio popped to Reese on the outfield grass to the left of 2nd base McQuinn was called out on strikes Johnson singled to right Rizzuto grounded out Jorgensen to Robinson No runs one hit no errors one left Dodgers Walker bounced out Rizzuto to McQuinn the Yankee shortstop coming in fast to mak the play Hermanski walked on 3 and 2 pitch Edwards doublei off the left center fieloLwaU Her manski scoring singled to center Edwards scor ing Jorgensen lifted a high fl to DiMaggio Reese holding firsl Vic Raschi a right hander begai warming up in theYanks bul pen Hatten singled to left Rees stopping at 2nd Reese went tc 3rd and Hatten to 2nd on a passei ball Stanky doubled off the righ field wall Reese and Hatten scor ing Newsom was taken out am replaced by Raschi who won games while losing 2 this season Robinson singled to right bu when Henrich came in fast to field the ball Stanky was forced to hold tip at 3rd Furillo batted for the injured Reiser and double off the scoreboard in right field Stanky and Robinson scoring Walker grounded out Stirnweiss to McQuinn Six runs 6 hits no errors one left THIRD INNING Yankees Furillo went to cen ter field for Brooklyn Lollar in his first time at bat in a Work Series hit Hattens first pitch over 2nd base for a single Clark batted for Raschi and walked Lollar going to 2nd Branca be gan wanning up again for the Dodgers while Karl Drews was working in the Yankee bull pen Stirnweiss was called out on strikes Henrich lifted a 3 and 2 pitch to Hermanski the runners holding their bases Lindell singled to center Lollar scoring Clark stopping at 2nd DiMaggio lined Hattens first pitch to cen ing to 3rd Hermanski singled to center Furillo scoring and Walk er stopping at 2nd Edwards struck out on a 3 and 2 pitch Reese walked filling the bases Jorgensen grounded out McQuinn unassisted Two runs 2 hits no errors 3 left FIFTH INNING Yankees Lindell walked and Branca again started warming up for Brooklyn DiMaggio hit a homerun into the upper deck of the left field stands scoring Lin dell ahead of him McQuinn grounded out Jorgensen to Rob inson That was all for Hatten arid he was replaced by Branca Hugh Casey and Vic Lombard began warming up for the Dodg ers Johnson was called out on strikes Rizzuto singled off Reeses glove Lollar forced Rizzuto at 2nd Reese to Stanky Two runs 2 hits no errors one left Dodgers Branca lined out to Johnson Stanky popped a 3 and 2 pitch to Rizzuto Robinson also popped to Rizzuto No runs no hits no errors none left ter for another single Clark scor ing Lindell stopping at 2nd Mc QUinn was called out on strikes Two runs 3 hits no errors 2 left Drews whose wife to a boy Thursday Dodgers gave birth morning went to the mound for the Yankees Hermanski was hil on the hip by a pitched ball and went to 2nd on a wild pitch Ed wards grounded out McQuinn Hermanski Drews going 3rd Spud Chandler began warm ing up in the Yankee bull pen grounded out Drews to McQuinn Hermanski holding 3rd Jorgensen rifled a 32 jritch be tween Johnson and Rizzuto for a single Hermanski scoring Hat ten forced Jorgensen at 2nd Riz zuto to Stirnweiss One run one hit 110 errors one left FOURTH INNING Yankees Johnson walked on 4 pitches Rizzuto flied to Herman ski in short left Johnson holding first Lollar doubled off the right field wall Johnson scoring Phil lips batted for Drews and flied to Hermanski Lollar holding 2nd Stirnweiss singled to center scor ing Lollar and when Furillos throw to the plate in an attempt to catch Lollar was wild Stirn weiss went to 2nd on the error Henrich grounded out Stanky to Robinson Two runs 2 hits one error one left Dodgers Chandler went in to pitch for the Yankees Stanky worked the count to 3 and 2 and walked Robinson sacrificed Mc Quinn to Stirnweiss who covered first Stanky going to 2nd Furillo walked Walker singled to right Stanky scoring and Furillo rac U S ENDS BREAK WITH BULGARIA Extends Full Diplomatic Recognition to Country Washington IP Government officials said Thursday a decision to resume full diplomatic rela tions with Bulgaria was more or less dictated by acceptance o the peace treaty with that com munistdominated nation which went into effect Sept 16 The state department ended a 6 year break Wednesday by ex fending recognition to the Bul garian government and naming Donald R Heath 53yearolt career diplomat as the U S min ister At the same time however thi country maintained its vigorou opposition to admission of Bul garia to the United Nations as sembly In explaining this apparent con flict in policy officials familiar with the situation said once this country accepted the signature o the present government as binding for Bulgarians on the peace treaty the state department had no alter native butto grant full diplomatic recognition ROBINSON STEALS Baseman Jackie Robinson of the Dodgers slides safely into 2nd base in the first inning of the 3rd World Series game Thursday afternoon at Ebbets Field The ball at left got away from Shortstop Phil Rizzuto George Stirn weiss background backed up the play He picked up the ball and tagged out Robin son who got up and took a few steps toward 3rd The Umpire is Bill McGowan Gl Tries to Smuggle Fraulein to U S by Air Iowa Woman Stops Airpfitme to Beat Stork to Hospital Amarillo Texas Iowa woman was taken off a commer cial airliner TWA that made an emergency landing here Wednes day to allow the passenger to race iie stork to a hospital The woman was Mrs Ralph Youngblood 30 of Decorah who was flying from Rochester Minn o Sacramento Cat to visit her lusband a corporal at Castle Field Mrs Youngblood was rushed to a hospital in an ambulance escort ed by police and highway patrol men The ambulance and a Jhysician stood by as the plane anded Early Wednesday night Mrs Youngblood was still awaiting birth of her child She was ac companied by an 11monthold son who was being taken care of by the hospital pediatrics ward LOOK Taft for National Guard Compulsory Training See page 2 Silly Meyer Named ittsburgh Manager See page 17 J W CementPlant to Eliminate 90 of Dust See page 12 Expert Sees 4 Ways o Meet Food Crisis See page 8 Frankfurt Germany American Overseas airlines offi cials Thursday opened a box that an American day for shipment to New York and found in it a live 21 year old raulein who had made herself comfortable by taking off her ilouse The girl is Doris von Knobloch a student who had worked at the U S army dispensary in nearby Darmstadt Besides her there was in the box the blouse which she had taken off a black dress and a 5ounce jar of tea An American soldier whom the army asked the airlines not to identify brought in the box Wed nesday He said he didnt have the money to pay air freight charges whether he could leave wnile he tried to get the extra money he needed Ap parently he had not heard there is a strike on American Overseas airlines The box was put in storage at the Rhein Mein airport for the night It might be there unopened yet if a German employe during the night had not seen the lid of the box raised and a pair of eyes peer out Thursday morning the German told William Waring of Long Beach N Y they had some suspicious freight Waring inves tigated Iropened the box andsaw a pair of eyes and some hair he said Then she stepped shirt The box had false screws in the lid and the girl could open or close it from the inside It had been earmarked for ship ment in the belly compartment of an airliner Waring who is AOAs operations representative said the belly compartments of the lines planes were not heated and she probably would have frozen to death if she actually had been shipped to New York NORTH IOWAN IS KILLED BY CAR Struck on Highway 3 Humboldt M Ward 63 Humboldt plumber for 20 years was fatally injured Wednesday evening as he was walking along federal highway No 3 4 miles west of here Ward andGayle Buckingham id just left their stalled truck and were walking to town for help when a ear driven by Vinceni 23 of Humboldt struck Hart Ward according to Sgt Everett Kilts highway patrol officer Hart told Sgt Kilts he was blinded by the lights of an ap proaching car and did not see the 2 men on the highway who he said were walking on the right side of the road Dr C A Newman of Bode Humboldt county coroner said an investigation of the accident has not been completed Wards death marked the 5th auto fatality in Humboldt county so far this year Ward is survived byhis wife and 2 children SAME BUcJt Us nmnj xnffie deatb la put honri Name Iowa Banker Atlantic City N J executive council of the American Bankers association named vice for the 48 states elect ng W H Brenton of Dallas Cen er as the Iowa officer One tank car of liquid oxygen olds 750000 cubic feet of the as Youth 15 Confesses Fatal Stabbing of Ministers Wife Also Tells of Slashing and Robbing Young Mother in Chicago Chicago very good boy in the eyes of his parents was held fof questioning about un solved crimes Thursday after po lice said he signed a statement thai he stabbed a ministers wife in an attempted robbery Sept 24 He is 15yearold James Hart mann a plump tousled haired vo cational school pupil who police Capt Patrick Collins said also told of slashing and robbing a young mother in the same south side neighborhood where the stab bing took place I believe he is guilty of other crimes the captain said Its highly illogical that this lad would commit 2 crimes against women in a week and not be involved in others Collins said he would recom mend a lie detector test after the boy had been interrogated by the states attorneys staff Two po licemen guarded him as he slept in the juvenile detention home after making his statement He had been seized for ques tioning in the attack Tuesday night on Mrs Mary Clausen 25 mother of 2 small children After she identified Hartmann Wednes day night 2 of her brothers grabbed and beat him before po ice separated them Collins said after young Hart mann finished a statement relat ng to the attack on Mrs Clausen le was questioned about the slay ing of Mrs Gracelyn Bush 32 wife of a minister Yes I killed her Collins quoted Hartman as saying But didnt mean to kill her I didnt mow the knife was open She came toward me and screamed I hit her Then she fell I ran away Collins said the youth related hat as Mrs Bush was about to enter her new car he pushed a Vnife through the door I told her it was a stickup Collins said Hartmann told him She started toward me and it was then I stabbed her Fleeing from the parking lot near the busy intersection of 63rd and Halsted streets Collins said the youth stopped at a drug store and bought some adhesive tape to bandage the knuckle of a finger on his left hand which he cut Then he went to a neighborhood theater and saw 3 movies Collins said the boy learned about Mrs Bushs death when he left the movie about 4 hours later LIVESTOCK AND GRAIN MARKET PRICES GO UP Live Hogs at Chicago Climb 4th Straight Day to High By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Prices of meat andwheat 2 staples of the American tinued to rise to or near record peaks in leading markets Thurs day as President Trumans drive for selfrationing to conserve grain for Europe went into high gear Live hogs at Chicago climbed for the 4th straight day and reached a top of a hundred pounds early in the market which was 25 to SO cents higher This top was within 25 cents of the all time peak reached last Sept 11 The average price of hogs Wednesday soared 92 cents to a record high of The previ ous high was reached Feb 25 Cattle prices were steady to strong at Chicago The top price paid for steers Thursday was This was 35 cents less than the top Wednesday but strictly choice cattle were quotable as high as Wednesday and there were none in the receipts One piece of comforting news for the consumer was a drop of 11 to 3 cents a pound in the Chicago wholesale butter market The 93 score AA grade sold at 731 cents compared with 76 Wednesday December wheat futures on the Chicago board of trade for the 2nd straight day advanced to a new record peak The price reached a bushel 2 to 2f cents above the previous close and then backed up to J to f cent above Wednesdays finish May wheat Jiit a neWseasonaPpeak of before receding somewhat Corn futures prices started ir regular and then moved 2i to cents lower The chief factor in the wheat price advance traders said again was the government plan to ex port large quantities of grain In Minneapolis Wednesday wheat soared past the a bushel mark for the first time since 1920 and in Omaha and Kansas City cash wheat also sold for more than In Chicagos livestock market cattle brought a top price of a hundred pounds a 1947 high and 75 cents under the alltime top of paid last October and November Hogs also moved to a higher level hitting in an advance of to for the 3rd straight day In Chicago and in New York states larger cities buyers of milk paid an additional cent a quart n Chicago the store price was 22J cents a quart In Cleveland the price of a loaf of bread was raised one cent Grade AA butter in New York sold at 794cents wholesale after Wednesdays gain of jcents a pound the 3rd consecutive day showing a rise End Youths Scooter Tour House Prowls A scooterriding travelog and house prowling spree of 3 days ended for 13yearold Roger Clausen 22 20th S E when he was arrested on the scooter in East Des Moines Wednesday afternoon Meanwhile Jack Leaman 1427 Rhode Island N E was wonder ing how to get back his motor scooter which was stolen near the high school Monday noon Mason City police said Clausen had gone to the Leaman home Sunday afternoon asked to see the scooter and obtained the keys from Leamans father When he didnt return the keys nothing was thought of it and young Leaman rode the scooter to school Mon day morning using a duplicate key The scooter was missing at noon time and police began searching for Clausen a Roosevelt junior high student and broadcast a search for him over the state po lice radio Authorities at Ames reports seeing a youth answering the description on a motor scooter late Tuesday afternoon and said he was believed to have stolen a suit case full of clothing from a home there The clothing was found in Clausens possession in Des Moines Clausen told Des Moines police that he wanted to see the world and admitted prowling 2 homes in Ames and 4 in East DCS Moines getting from one of the lat ter He entered the homes only in the daytime he said Mason City police said they be lieved Clausen was enroute to Glasgow Mo to visit a compan ion who formerly lived in Mason City Clausen was committed to the Eldora training school for boys Dec 19 1946 after a hearing for larceny from a dwelling but paroled to C E Gilman county probation officer This was the aftermath of a home prowling ipur Nov 29 1946 in Mason City Clausen admitted Gilman went to Des Moines Wednesday afternoon to return Clausen here No charges have been filed Indian Summer Day for lowans DCS Moines enjoyed an Indian summer day Thurs day as a bright sun sent the tem peratures into the 70s In Mason City the temperature rose to 70 degrees at p m The weather bureau said mild temperatures would continue Thursday night and Friday Light amounts of rain were re ported over the state Thursday night with Forest City having 42 of an inch for the top amount High reading in Iowa Wednes day was 60 at Atlantic and the low for the night was 34 at Forest City AP Wirephoto TOUGH GUY Surrounded by detectives James Hart mann 15 sticks his tongue out at newsmen in the Engle wood police station Chicago Wednesday night after ad mitting the fatal stabbing a week ago of Mrs Gracelyn Bush 32 a ministers wife and the slashing of a young mother Wednesday night Weather Report FORECAST Wason City Fair and mild Thurs day night and Friday Low Thursday night 4850 High Fri day in low 80s Iowa Generally fair and mild Thursday through Saturday Sunday partly cloudy and mild but with some chance of scat tered showers Southerly winds 15 to 20 miles an hour Temper atures well above seasonal nor mals indicated for some tune Probably no precipitation of much consequence Tempera tures Friday will range from average lows of 54 to average highs of 83 southwest and 49 to 81 northeast On Saturday from 54 to 85 southwest and 52 to 84 northeast Minnesota Considerable cloudi ness with a few scattered light 1 showers in northeast and east central portions Thursday night continuing near Lake Superior Friday morning but becoming fair and warmer elsewhere Fri day IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statistics for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Thursday morning Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Thursday Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 51 42 48 29 66 42 Study Weather Expansion Des Moines C S Thorn section director of the Iowa office of the U S weather bureau and Charles Hight forecaster were in Chicago Thursday attending a meeting at which an expanded weather information service for Iowa will be worked put The new service will be provided agricul tural industrial interests and commercial OFFICIALS HINT DRASTICACTION IF PLAN FAILS Leon Henderson Says SelfRationing Program Short of Aid Demands Washington President Trumans drive lor American selfrationing to head off star vation in Europe went into high gear Thursday amid hints that the administration may take more drastic action if necessary Leon Henderson wartime boss of prices and rationing denounced the presidents buy wisely eat sensibly waste nothing program as one which falls tragically short of the demands of a world crisis He asked that congress be con vened and food rationing resumed quickly And Secretary of Commerce Harriman indicated that ratiqn ing and price controls are yet out of the picture He told the Citizens Food committee at its first meeting Wednesday that the saving of 100000000 bushels of grain asked by Mr Truman may be too little for western Europes needs I think you will find Harri man said that something like 70000000 bushels more than that is really required to do an ade quate job The presidential committee on aid for Europe which the secre tary of commerce heads decided not to recommend rationing or price control Harriman said be cause action must be taken now and can not wait on cre ation of the necessary control mechanisms He added That doesnt mean of course that consideration should not be given currently to what controls might be established with the au thority of congress Calling it an adventure in de mocracy Harriman forecast suc cess for the giant conservation campaign announced Wednesday night by Charles Luckman the 38 year old soap manufacturer who was picked by MrTruman to head the citizens committee For housewives he laid down simple rules 1 Buy the cheaper cuts 2 Dont serve too dont urge people to take seconds 3 Dont overcook meat because that shrinks it 4 Use leftovers 5 Save wheat in every possible particularly by going easy on poultry and dairy products be cause it takes grain to feed chickens and cows Henderson the former OPA administrator attacked the volun tary program as well as Mr Tru mans failure to call a special ses sion of congress to legislate stop gap winter relief for western Europe He issued his statement as chairman of Americans for demo cratic action selfstyled liberal political group whose top officers include Franklin D Roosevelt Jr and Wilson Wyatt former housing expediter Declaring that our national strategy is postponement as we approach the deadline of disaster Henderson went on It is imperative that President Truman recall congress immedi ately It is the clear responsibil ity of congress to respond with generous funds for European aid The American people if they are informed of the full facts will accept whatever controls are needed to preserve domestic sta bility and arm the democratic peoples of Europe with food and fuel in their battle for survival tlSWantsUN to Set Korea Quitting Date Lake Success N Y United States will ask the United Nations general assembly to set a date for withdrawal of both Amer ican and soviet troops from Korea and to create a special commission o supervise the evacuation it was learned authoritatively Thursday The American proposal will be an answer to Russias recent chal lenge to the V S to withdraw all occupation forces from Korea by the end of this year The U S is expected to urge the assembly to set 1949 as the date for ending Korean occupation The U S resolution also will suggest that the UN special Kor ean commission supervise early elections as the first step toward Korean independence It will formerly abandon all previous plans to place Korea under trus leeship The U S draft was submitted o Secretary of State George C Marshall Thursday for his ap proval Written by the state de jartrnents far eastern experts it s not expected to receive any major changes   

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