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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 4, 1947, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME TVENT A 018 HE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBORS vouun Anodattd United PTMJ JTuU Leued Wlro Tlve Centi COOT MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER 4 This Paper Consists of Two No 306 Joe DiMaggio Gets 2nd Homer as Yanks Lead 21 SCORE BY INNINGS 123456789 R Yanks H H Dodgers D Q E D D limited to 3 hits by Brooklyn hurlers Rex Bar ney and Joe Hatten the New York Yanks counted a run in both the 4th and 5th innings to go ahead of the Dodgers 21 at the end of 6 in nings in the 5th World Series game being played at Ebbets Field Sat urday afternoon Joe DiMaggio poled his 2nd home run of the series off Hatten in the 5th Yank PitcheriFrank Shea singled in the run in the 4th FIRST INNING Yankees When Barneys 1st pitches to Stirnweiss were balls Clyde King began warming up in the Brooklyn bull pen Stirn weiss walked on 3 more pitches Henrich doubled to deep right center Stirnweiss going to 3rd Lindell walked on 4 pitches fill ing the bases DiMaggio struck ou1 on 4 pitches McQuinn forced Stirnweiss at the plate Barney to Edwards Johnson struck out on 4 pitches It was some of the greatest clutch pitching ever seen in a World Series game After the first 3 Yankees got on Bar ney used nothing but his blazing fast ball to get out of the jam No runs 1 hit no errors 3 left Dodgers Stanky sent a grounder to Stirnweiss on Sheas 3rd pitch and was an easy out Stirnweiss to McQuinn Reese popped to John son behind 3rd base J Robinson grounded out Johnson to Mc Quinn No runs no hits no errors none left SECOND INNING A Robinson flied deep to Furillo who made the catch at the base of the right center field wall Rizzuto walked on a 3 and 2 pitch Rizzuto went to 2nd on a wild pitch King be gan warming up again for Brook lyn Rizzuto was out trying to steal 3rd Edwards to Jorgensen Shea lined to Jorgensen No runs no hits no errors none left Dodgers Stirnweiss made leaping gloved hand catch of Walkers line drive Hermanski flied to Lindell along the left field line Edwards struck out go ing after a wide curve ball to become Sheas first strikeout victim No runs no hits no er rors none left THIRD INNING Yankees Stirnweiss flied high to Furillo Henrich walked on 4 pitches Lindell walked on 5 pitches Henrich going to 2nd B3ng warned up again for Brook lyn DiMaggio hit into a fast double play Reese to Stanky to J Robinson No runs no hits no errors 1 left Dodgers Stirnweiss raced out to short centerfield to catch Furillos fly Jorgensen struck out Barney rolled out Stirnweiss to McQuinn No runs no hits no er rors none left FOURTH INNING Yankees McQuinn flied to Her manski Johnson struck out for the 2nd time A Robinson walked It was the 6th base on balls given up by Barney Ruzzuto walked on a 3 and 2 pitch which nearly hit him A Robinson going to 2nd King went back to work in the Dodger bull pen Shea singled to left A Robinson scoring and Riz zuto stopping at 2nd Stirnweiss walked on 5 pitches filling the bases Henrich grounded out Stanky to J Robinson One run 1 hit no errors 3 left Dodgers Stanky flied to Di Maggio who only had to take a couple of steps to make the catch Reese walked to become the first Brooklyn base runner J Robin son lifted an easy pop fly to Mc Quinn Stirnweiss threw out Walker No runs no hits no er rors one left FIFTH INNING Yankees Lindell grounded out on a 3 and 2 pitch Reese to J Robinson Hank Behrmau and Joe Hatten began warming up in the Brooklyn bull pen when Bar neys first 2 pitches to Lindell were wide DiMaggio hit his 2nd homerun of the series into the upper deck of the left field stands McQuinn popped to Stanky John son walked tying the old series record for wildness which Bev ens broke Friday when he passed 10 batters Barney was taken out and replaced by Hatten Behrman had started to go to the mound but before he was officially in the ball game Shotton switched to Hatten A Robinson popped to Jorgensen One errors 1 left run 1 hit no Dodgers The total attendance 34379 the largest crowd of the 3 series games at Ebbets field Hermanski singled to right Edwards lined to Lindell Her manski holding first Furillo popped to Rizzuto near the pitch ing mound Jorgensen struck out No runs 1 hit no errors 1 left SIXTH INNING Yankees Rizzuto popped Hat tens first pitch to Reese Shea struck out on a 3 and 2 pitch Edwards reached into the box seats to the right of the Brooklyn dugout to catch Stirnweiss fouL No runs no hits no errors none left Dodgers Gionfriddo batted for Hatten and walked on 4 straight pitches Behrman and Casey were up for Brooklyn Stanky struck out on a 3 and 2 pitch Reese walked on a 3 and 2 pitch which was high and inside Gion friddo going to 2nd The Yankee bull pen went into action for the first time Joe Page beginning to warm up J Robinson singled to center Gionfriddo scoring and Reese going to 3rd Robinson took 2nd on DiMaggios throw to 3rd in an effort to get Reese going into the bag Walker fouled to Johnson who made the catch just a step away from the stands be hind 3rd Coach Chuck Dressen went out to confer with Shea but left bun in the game Hermanski flied to DiMaggio One run 1 hit no errors 2 left 4H Showmen Take Over Cattle Show Waterloo FourH club showmen were scheduled Saturday to take over the arena where judging in the National Dairy Cat tle Congress came to a close Fri day The 4H showmen will exhibit 320 heifers in the largest 4H Dairy Cattle show in the world In 4H judging Friday Mary land topped 14 teams in the inter state dairy judging contest Mary lands score was 3130 Michigan was second with 3067 and Iowa with 3052 was third High individual honors went to John Clarksorth a member of the Kansas team who piled up 1083 points Earlier Miranda Jane of Lees Hill owned by Lees Hill farm Morristown N J was named grand champion Brown Swiss cow in the National Dairy Cattle Con gress show and Pabst Burke Bar betta Modest of Pabst farm Oconomowoc Wis was named grand champion Holstein cow Indiana showed the winning Brown Swiss state herd and Wis consin the winning Holstein state herd Churchill Gets Set for British Election Brighton England UR ston Churchill hailed as the man Britain needs now as prime min ister told his conservative party Saturday to get ready for a gen eral election and the unseating of the laborites at any time The wartime prime minister opened the annual convention of the conservative party with a blast against the labor government It was cut along the classic lines of throw the rascals out He also implicitly assured his followers that a majority of British voters now were on their side It does not rest with us when a general election will take place hurchfll told 5000 cheering par tisans But it is quite certain that we would be most imprudent not to be ready for one at any ime this year or next Mukden Manchuria Is Put Under Martial Law Peiping IP Its rail outlets cut by a communist offensive of increasing momentum the big Manchurian industrial city of Mukden Saturday was placed un der martial law and panicstrick en civilians bid fabulous prices for plane tickets Press reports from Mukden leadquarters of Chief of Staff Cheeng Chens reorganized Man churian command told of spiral ng food prices and a developing alack market in plane tickets There appeared no immediate prospect of resumption of traffic on thePeipingMukden railway and the government supply ports of Hulatao and Yingkow on the gulf of LiaoTung were virtually cut off by the communists ber Smith Boosts MacArthur for President Chicago Smith former America L K Firster and now leader of the Christian Nationalist movement boosted 3en Douglas MacArthur for pres dent Saturday with claims that MacArthur is the strong man needed to run the country Smith predicted America would lave an economic crash within 3 0 5 years He said he believes communists are well organized to seize control through terror street ighting and left wing election machinery US REFUSES ITALIAN SHIPS AP TVirephoto CRIME DOESNT Shortstop Phil Rizzuto is out as he slides into 3rd base in a 2nd inning attempt to steal 3rd Dodger Third Baseman Johnny Jorgensen puts ball on Rizzuto after taking throw from Catcher Bruce Edwards in the 5th World Series game Saturday at Ebbets Field Brooklyn RIGEVILLE MAN KILLED BY AUTO Struck on Highway by Light Blinded Driver Riceville Rites were incom plete Saturday for Fred Fink 62 operator of a cheese factory at Jamestown who was struck and killed by a car driven by Lyle Armstrong of Kiceville on a high way one mile west of here at p m Friday Fink was walking westward on the highway and was about a mile east of Riceville when the car driven by Armstrong traveling in the same direction hit him Armstrong told Sheriff Percy Haven he was blinded by lights of an approaching car and did not see the man Coroner E L Brad ley pronounced the death acci dental Fink was a bachelor SAME Black flag means traffic death in part 14 homri Gunman Gets in Jewels From Former Miss Hungary of 1930 New York holdup man robbed Mrs Sari Gabor Hilton the former Miss Hungary of 1930 and former wife of Conrad N Hilton hotel chain executive of in jewels in her East 83rd street apartment Saturday police reported Police said the man tied his victim before escaping from the penthouse apartment on the 6th floor of the building just off Fifth avenue The holdup occurred shortly after 11 a m Police Inspector Abraham Gold man said the jewelry was re ported valued at and in cluded a diamond necklace 2 dia mond bracelets a diamond en gagement ring and a diamond wedding ring Report Russians in LJ S Have Disappeared Washington Fer guson RMich reported Satur day that a number of Russians admitted to this country for tech nical industrial training have disappeared Ferguson said the justice de partments immigration service ias written him that it does not mow where Russians admitted for training by the Clark Equip ment company at Buchanan Mich are now In the same letter Commission r of Immigration Watson Miller old Ferguson he is unable to learn mmediately the number of Rus sians who have been admitted to the United States and who are now in the United States for training in American plants Wholesale Food Price Index Shows 1st Boost in 2 Weeks Toledo Scales Company Revises Machines to Meet Soaring Prices By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The high cost of eating was given an upward shove Saturday by the first price rise in 2 weeks in wholesale prices However a pledge from more than half the whisky industry to cut grain consumption 50 per cent helped cause a price slump on the Chicago board of trade Reversinga 2 weeks decline the Associated Press wholesale price index of 35 commodities ad vanced to 19260 on Friday com pared with 19013 a week ago and 14573 a year ago The 1926 average equalled 100 Food climbed from 15921 to 16215 in the index All livestock were quoted nom inally steady in the usual dull Saturday trade at the Chicago stockyards and prices were gen erally higher throughout the mar ket duringthe week Hogs gained from to a hundred pounds during the week best quality cattle were 50 cents to higher and slaughter lambs were steady to 50 cents higher Apparently convinced that high prices will not be a fleeting con dition the Toledo Scales com pany one of the nations largest scales manufacturers announced through a spokesman that a com plete range of new scale charts would be undertaken clocking poundage up to a pound Butchers had to brush up on their arithmetic when meat prices shot above the 75 cents a pound top on the prewar priceweight com puters Call Election for Danish Government Copenhagen Premier Knud Kristensen whose minority government fell Saturday was granted permission by King Fred erik IX to call new elections No date was set but it was generally expected they would be held Oct 30 The premier paid a formal call upon the king to inform him of the crisis precipitated when the lower chamber of parliament cast an 80 to 66 vote of no confidence on a resolution criticizing Kristen sen for his attitude on the south Schleswig question as voiced in speeches outside parliament The king had ordered the lower chamber dissolved to prepare for the new elections Under Danish law Kristensens middleofthe road government will remain in power on a trusteeship basis until election results are announced Then it will submit a formal res ignation Resolutions of no confidence had been offered by the social democrats with 48 seats in the lower house the communists with 18 and the radical left party with 11 representing together a majority in the 149 seat house The radical lefts resolution was She one voted on Weather Report FORECAST Mason City Fair Saturday night and Sunday with continued mild temperature Low Saturday night near 50 High Sunday about 80 Iowa Fair and mild through Sun day with an area of scattered light showers crossing the state late Sunday night or Monday not so warm Monday Tuesday and cool lowest Saturday night 48 in west to 50 in east highest Sunday 80 low Sunday night 50 to 52 high Monday 72 to 76 Minnesota Fair slightly warmer west portion Saturday night Sunday increasing cloudiness followed by scattered showers and cooler north portion IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statistics for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maximum 75 Minimum 47 At 8 a m Saturday 55 Precipitation 01 YEAR AGO Maximum 78 Minimum 53 Jury Debates Decision for Yacht Deaths Santa Ana Cal jury trying Louise Overell and George Bud Gollum for the yacht blast deaths of her parents was to re sume deliberations at 9 a m 11 a m CST Saturday after failing to reach a verdict Friday night The jury of 6 men and 6 women deliberated until almost midnight while a tense throng packed the courtroom waiting for a decision Twice during the evening the jurors called for exhibits and then returned to court to ask for added instructions on the evidence in the longest murder case on rec ord which they received from Judge Kenneth Morrison at oclock Friday afternoon 74 trial days after it began May 26 It wanted the snlall scale model of the blasted Overell yacht the Mary E and pictures showing the prosecutions version of where Walter E Overell Los Angeles financier was situated at the time of the explosionn last March 15 Then at p m it reen tered the crowded court room as defendants and attorneys were brought in and asked about the controverted testimony ofr a prose cution witness Hold Davenport Clerk Davenport C Ross 45 money order clerk at the Dav enport postoffice was held under bond Saturday on charges of misappropriating government funds Bond was set when Ross was arraigned Friday before U S Commissioner W T Evans Last British Quad Dies London UR The last of the quadruplets born to Mrs Eileen Homer of Bradford last Sunday died Saturday COUPLE PLEADS NOT GUILTY TO TOT KIDNAPING Carltons Released on Bond Order Moyer Boy Put in Juvenile Home Atlantic and Mrs L J Carleton of Davenport pleaded in nocent to kidnaping charges when arraigned in justice of peace court here Saturday afternoon They had been held in jail overnight and throughout the morning Justice of Peace W A McKee sef bond at each which they furnished and named Oct 13 as the preliminary hearing date Attorney Roscoe Jones Atlantic who represented the Carletons here said a subpoena which had been issued to require the Carle tons to appear before the grand jury here Monday and bring Craig S Moyer the 9 month old child they are charged with taking had been withdrawn The Carletons left at once for their home District Judge W W Scott in Davenport signed an order direct ing the child be placed in the juv enile home there in protective cus tody of the court Judge Scotts order made on recommendation of a probation officer who said the child needed medical attention added a new snarl to the legal battle over the baby He set Oct 18 as the hear ing date in the contest for custody of the child and said the babys mother would be notified so she could appear County Attorney John Budd of Atlantic had said earlier he would require that the child be produced by the Carletons in Atlantic Mon day The Carletons announced tn Davenport Friday that they had fileda petition asking they be permitted to adopt the baby The couple flew here late Fri day in Carletons plane intending to post bond of each after arraignment on charges filed by Mrs Gertrude Moyer 23 mother of Craig S Moyer the child in the case They were jailed after their arrival In Davenport the report on which Judge Scott based his order bringing the child under protec tive custody of the court was sub mitted by Mrs Hazel Lamp as sistant probation officer Mrs Lamps report said an examination by a Davenport phy sician showed the child was suf fering from impetigo and ring Lumber Company Head Dies at Austin Minn Austin F Crane 60 president of the F I Crane Lumber company died of a heart attack at his home here at a m Saturday He had not been m He was born in Austin April 21 1887 and with the exception of the time he was in Carleton col lege at Northfield Minn the Uni versity of Minnesota and Cornell university at Ithaca N Y he had lived in Austin all his life He took charge of the lumber company at the death of his father He was a director of the Hor mel Institute and Hormel Founda tion and was a farmer in his own right having one of the finest pro ducing Holstein herds in the state Mr Crane had served on the city council and school board was a director of the First National bank and a member of the Congrega tional church He leaves his wife and 2 sons David and Race LOOK Will Be Raised for ISTC Campus Chapel See page 4 Mohawks Tie Dubuque J C Loses Here 200 See page 9 Estimate Mason City Population at 30000 See page 11 RedUS Free Press Clash Shapes Up in UN See page 2 Seek Cut in Use of Grain by Brewers Washington with a pledge from more than half of the whisky industry to cut its grain consumption 50 per cent Presi dent Trumans citizens food com mittee Saturday tackled the na tions brewers for a similar con cession to western Europes dis tress The distilled spirits institute after a long session with Commit tee Chairman Charles Luckman and his aides voluntarily agreed Friday night to stop using wheat and cut the use of corn barley and rye by SO per cent Luckman said the institute represents 60 per cent of the industry He predicted the remaining 40 per cent would follow suit while an institute spokesman said enough whisky is now on hand to main tain a steady flow to the market of good whisky despite curtailed operations But Publicker Industries Inc said the cut doesnt do enough and offered to do more The big beverage and commercial alcohol firm told Luckman its companies stand ready to join immediately in discontinuing all use of grain of any kind in the manufacture of distilled spirits whenever the gov ernment requests The agreement with the distil lers announced by Luckman at the white house was the committees first major move in support of Mr Trumans voluntary selfration ing plan designed to save 100 000000 bushels of grain to help feed western Europe This is the margin of difference between this areas estimated the supplies avail able Luckman estimated that the emergency will last anywhere from 4 to 10 months Adoption of the plan by all dis tillers would mean a savings of 2500000 bushels of grain a month Luckman said This would be mostly corn An institute spokesman said some wheat is used to flavor rye whisky but a Pub licker official said distillers do not use any wheat except in emergencies Meanwhile Luckman arranged a meeting Saturday with a com mittee of the U S Brewers Foun dation composed of beer manu facturers on the part that indus try may play in grain conserva tion And late next week it was learned the food committee will meet here with spokesmen for the restaurant industry whose leaders will be attending a convention in San Francisco in the fore part of the week Robert J Wilson executive sec retary of the National Restaurant association which already has be gun a foodsaving campaign told a reporter that unless the volun tary conservation drive is success ful I am afraid we will be con fronted with price regulation and rationing The committees activities also were being focused on President Trumans broadcast to the nation at p m CST Sunday in support of the voluntary drive to buy wisely eat sensibly waste nothing Meantime Secretary of Agricul ture Anderson picked up substan tial the 19 member committee on European aid in his effort to increase the margin re quirements of the nations grain exchanges Such a move he con tends would help check the in flationary trend and hold down the cost of foreign aid The committee of business and labor leaders headed by Secretary of Commerce Harriman unani mously adopted a resolution call ing for at least a 33j per cent down payment on grain purchased for future deliveryin order to curb speculation It urged that the margin be pushed even higher if that proves inadequate Exchange officials have tightened margin requirements but not to the J level asked by Anderson In Chicago J p McCUntock president of the Chicago board of trade termed ill advised and highly presumptuous the com mittees recommendations McClintock who said he was speaking as an individual and not as president of the board of trade asserted Price advances in grain have not been caused by speculation in the futures market as has been charged they have been caused by the heavy demand in the cash grain market Nobel Winner Dies Berlin IP Dr Max Planck 89 year old German physicist and Nobel prize winner died Friday night the Goettingen university clinic announced Saturday RETURNS SHARE OF WAR FLEET OFFICIAL SAYS Even Communists Cheer Announcement During Bitter Assembly Fight Komc Minister Carlo Sforza announced to the con stituent assembly Saturday that he was informed the United States had renounced its share Italian warships received under the peace treaty He made the announcement at the height of the bitter battle In the assembly over leftist attempts to force a vote of no confidence In the conservative government Sforza told the assembly his in formation came from the Italian embassy in Washington which told him the United States would hand the ships back to the Italians The United States in August made a gift to Italy in the form of cancelled debts and the return of war booty and frozen credits Among the items to be re turned were 23 including 4 large passenger ships In the continuing assembly de bate Interior Minister Mario Scel da accused the communist party of waging psychological terrorism among Italys industrial workers Even communists in the assem bly cheered Sforzas warship an nouncement The breakup of the Italian fleet has been one of the bitterest pills for Italians Sforza also said the Soviet am bassador Mikail Kostylev had told him 4 days ago the time had come to examine the opportuneness of an economic an Italian mission to Moscow or a Soviet mission to Rome Sforza did not say This was the first dis closure of an important Russian communication announced earlier this week North Iowa Woman Takes to Air in Race With Stork Amarillo Texas IP Mrs Ralph Youngblood 30 Decorah Iowa who was rushed to a hos pital here Wednesday in a race with the stork after an emergency landing of a plane in which she was traveling was still just an expectant mother Saturday Unless the capricious stork in terferes she said she planned to board another airliner for the west coast to visit her husband who is stationed at Castle Field Merces Calif What would I do with 2 babies on the plane she asked Ac companying her is her 11 month old son Francis Antonia The Iowa woman was enroute to California to visit her husband when it appeared motherhood was imminent The commercial plane made its emergency landing at Amarillo where Mrs Youngblood was met by a doctor and ambu lance FBI Tennessee Police Baffled by BoobyTrap Murder of ExSheriff Etowah Tenn offi cers and local police Saturday probed the boobytrap murder of former Sheriff T Burkett Ivins with a single strand of wire their only apparent clue to the killer And one officer said he doubted they would ever find who did it unless somebody gets drunk and talks Ivins a member of the bloody McMinn county machine ousted from office last year in a GI re volt died Friday when his car was blown up by explosives wired to the starter Sheriff Knox Henry who led the bulletballot battle which knocked out the McMinn machine in nearby Athens in August 1946 immediately called in the FBI He thought it might have been an army land mine that killed Ivins OKs SIGNAL PLAN petition of the Decorah city council to erect traffic signals at street intersec tions along Water street has been approved by the state highway commission The street is a part of highways 9 and 52 The stand ard type of stop and go lights will be installed as a safety measure Safe Spot Beatrice Nebr Daily Brothers circus which appeared in Beatrice recently had a special precaution against thieves The company safe was kept in the lions cage Iowa El I IllinoisEH 3 4 FINAL I FINAL Navy Columbia Army Colorado 4 FINAL Pittsburgh El dl Notre Dame 1 3 4 FINAL 3 4 FINAL Michigan Stanford   

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