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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 3, 1951, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION TNI THAT MAKES ALL NORTH I 0 W A H S H 11 C M I 0 R S VOL LVII AuocUM MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3 1951 TMs Paper Consists ol Two REGISTER 103 FIRST The Cerro Gordo county Red Cross blood bottle got rood start towards retting filled Tuesday A total of 103 per sons had registered as blood donors the end of the day first day of the campaign it was reported by Mrs Floyd Johnson donor recruitment chairman Appointment cards were sent out to these persons and Mrs Johnson expressed the hope that these would be re turned at once confirmingthe time set Appointment cards have also been sent to those persons who pledged donations on the CBSKGLO Edward Harrow radio program last sprint before it had been de cided a bloodmobile unit was coming to the Mason City chap ter The goal is 675 pints to be assured before the bloodmobile comes here Oct 1618 Plan to Hit Czechs With New Orders Act Jo Stop Import Sales By EDWARD E BOMAR Washington deal ing with U SCzech relations said Wednesday the United States still has cards to play against com munist even after two sharp Tues day The two actions are expected to wipe out most of the sales of Czechoslovak goods in this coun try That has amounted recently to about a month despite even worsening political relations between tries the two coun Truman He announced that ginning Nov 1 tariff concessions made to Czechoslovakia under the terms of a multilateral trade pact would be suspended Double Play Shortly thereafter the state and treasury departments got off a double economic play applying to between 75 and 90 per cent of Czech exports to theU S The treasury announced that shipments arriving from Czecho slovakia without required certifi cates signed by theU S consulate at Prague would be assessed a penalty equal to their full value And the state department said blandly that its consuls in Prague are too busy to issue such docu ments without indefinite delay In neither case was there any mention of the imprisonment this summer for 10 years of Associated BeatTruman Move Gains Among Demos James F Byrnes Provides Spark By JACK BELL Gatlinbarr Tenn beat Truman movement among some southern emocrats got new im petus Wednesday from James JP Byrnes jSouth Carolinas demo cratic 74 who servedaslSresident Trumans secretary the first of southern democratic leaders to put on a flat basis opposition to the nomination The former assistant under President su preme court justice and senator left no doubt that if Mr Truman is his partys nominee next Xuly 3e will face a Dixie revolt han dled by experts intent on axing the administration politically south of the Mason and Dixon one Failed in 1948 A similar move in 1948 failed despite a 4state defection But Byrnes and others as con fident now that Mr Truman wfll not be the next president as they are confused about the man whc may be his successor Meanwhile Gov Earl Warren of California a republican con tinued to play dose to his vest any ambitions he may have to be a compromise candidate as be tween Gen Dwight D Eisenhower and Senator Robert A Taft o for the 1952 republican presidential nominee Warren who heads a round table discussion Wednesday on law enforcement problems at the 43rd annual governors conference here kept mum about his future political plans The only concrete sign that came out of the Warren camp was a certain amount of skepti cism toward Gov Thomas E Dewey of New York the 1944 and 1948 GOP presidential nominee as a leader of the movement ti draft Gen Eisenhower for the nomination Dewey Again Warrens friends made it clear they thinkrlJewey could be pre vailed undercertain to accept a uon despite assertions by the New Yorkers confidantes that this wa never happen Dewey himself has said he would not make a 3rd white house bid Like some others Warren ap wently is waiting to see whether nominee apparently win decide then whether to go outside of his home state in his bid for support or the 1952 presidential nomina ion Warren could be counted on to v Californias neavy vote to the The first move was by President Eisenhower backers in the nre maneuvering and this might have a direct effect on what he southern democrats do The Dixie contingent headed iere by Byrnes has made no pedal secret of the fact it be lieves Eisenhower could carry some vital southern states if he were the republican nominee For that reason they are wait ing before deciding whether they are going to go beyond opposition to the civil rights program at next years democratic convention and organize an independent movej ment under a democratic label of some kind to defeat Mr Truman or a personallypicked choice as a Press Correspondent William N Oatis in Prague After Nov 1 in line with Mr Trumans proclamation Czech im ports will have to pay the full tariff duties in effect before the international reciprocal trade pro gram went into effect This action was sanctioned last week at Ge neva by the other the trade ar rangement Officials declined to hint wha other measures the U S might take lest disclosure telegraph the next punch in advance Alreadj the state department has banned travel by Americans in Czecho slovakia In response to a recom mendation by congress the state department also has taken steps to withdraw trade concessions to Soviet Russia and 16 other coun tries and areas in the communist bloc Single Weapon Hampering trade is one of the few measures available to the U S As a weapon in the dispute with Czechoslovakia officials are con vinced it is pinching because the Czech regime has been undergo ing economic difficulties and a political purge Exports to the U S are Impor tant to Czechoslovakia as a source of scarce dollars They increased to about during the first 7 months of this year while shipments of American goods to the Czechs dwindled to KILLED ON STItEET Clinton Monkton 11 of Clinton was killed in an automobile accident on a Clinton street Tuesday night I ng in Berlin Reds Toss Stones Artillery Aimed at Red Supply Effort By NATE POLOWETZKY AP Wireplioto REESE COMES Reeser Brooklyn shortstop strides across tome plate to score the first run of the deciding game in the National league playoff series Wednes day afternoon at the Polo Grounds in New York Catcher Wes Westrum of the Giants for the ball Reese scored in the first inning on Jackie Robinsons single Giants Capture Pennant 54 SCORE BY INNINGS New two down in the 9th inning and run ners on second and 3rd base Bobby Thomson of the New York Giantscracked a hoine Relief Pitcher Ralph Branca togfve theGiantsa 54victory over the Brooklyn earhe Newcombe had led 41 going into the final inning FIRST INNING Dodgers Furillo was caught booking at a 3rd strike Reese walked on a 3 and one pitch t Snider walked on 4 pitchesthe inson Jackie was given an inten tional pass Pafko singled off Thomsons glove inside the 3rd base line scoring Snider and send ing Robinson to second Hodges popped to Thomson near 3rd base Cox singled on a wicked smash that bounced off Thomsons glove into left field The blow scored Robinson and sent Pafko to sec ond to put the Dodgers ahead 41 Sianky threw out Walker Three runs 4 no errors two left Giantsr Bffl KJgney a Tigiit bounced out to Cox No runs no hits no errors none left FIFTH INNING ic fi tveuncu vu met n t i5 is any sign from Eisenhower nt Of which slmosf bv Catch Dodgers Cox laid down a neat of his availabOity within the next started bunt inside the first base line and two or 3 months The California overnor the 1948 vice presidential erWestrum Larry Jansen started warming up in the Giant bull pen Robinson lined a into left single past field scoring Reese and sending Snider to econd Manager Leo Durocher went out to talk with his pitcher 3afko sent a dribbler down the Jrd base line to Thomson who beat it out for a hit Walker struck out Lockman made aline pickup of Nexvcombes chopper and threw to Dark to force Cox Irvin made a running catch of Furillos pop hit for Maglie Hodges made a backhanded stop oi Thompsons grounder and ffinped to Newcombe who covered first for the putout Stanky fouled to Reesenear thefield boxes behind 3rdNo runs no hits no errors jaone left NINTH INNING Dodgers LarryJansen went in to pitch for the Giants Ray Noble replaced Westrum behind the plate Newcombe was an easy out U S 8th Army Headquarters Korea A thunderous United Nations artillery barrage roared along the western front Wednesday while war planes tried to break up the biggest red supply effort since the last communist offensive Red troops who held allied infantrymen to no gains yes terday pressed two battalion sized probing attacks of their own today Over northern Korea 12 F80 Shooting Stars among Americas slowest jets were credited with probably destroying two red MIG 15s in a brief battle with a dozen fast rednosed jets The F80s caught the reds by surprise as the MIGs flew to attack another flight of American planes A partial blackout fzequent y a sign of an impending offen ive by either the reds or allies Biggest Refinery Transferred Fly Evacuees to Britain By FRED ZUSY Abadan Iran The British pulled out of Abadan Wednesday o give Iran full possession of the worlds greatest refinery The British Mauritius with some 275 AngloIranian Oi company employes sailed at the ShattelArab river to Basra Iraq early Wednesday afternoon From Basra the evacuees are to be flown back to Britain Forty other AJOC employe leftby plane Wednesday morn Call Police to Handle Big Mob Russ Complain of Hoodlums Berlin JP wild stone throwing riot on the border sep arating the Russian and French sectors of Berlin brokeout Wed nesday night West Berlin police called up heavy reinforcements to combat a crowd of communists estimated at about 5000 Only a short time before the Russians complained formally to the French that paid hoodlums were stirring up strife along the FrenchRussian sector border Sergei Denginchief of the soviet control commission for Berlin was clamped on news from the tasked French CommandantGen war fronts Wednesday Pierre Carolet to stop provoca ffions ing The British departure came OI furmovf Stankv to Lockman Dark threw rans hltno out Furillo iKflied to Mays errors one left Giants Newcombe took his time teoped on 3rd forcing Snider OI lis throw was too late to double trotted out to the I No runs no hits no errors none left nominee Wait and Sec Byrnes gave little indication a a news conference here Tuesdaj that the southern contingent he represents will be satisfied if the president picks Chief Justice Fred M Vinson of Kentucky for his suc cessor A formersupreme court mem ber Byrnes said he doesnt think any member of that body is a candidate for the presidentia nomination This and other signs seemed to add up to a determination of the southerners to wait and see who the republican as well as a demo cratic nominee might be If the republicans pick Eisenhower the prospect was that there would be no independent movement in the south such as Byrnes said migh develop otherwise Little attention was paid here to Byrnes proposal that the demo crats nominate Senators Richard Russell of Georgia or Harry F Byrd of Virginia OFFICIALS MOTHER DIES Sioux City B J Ber geson 81 mother of Rollo Berge son former Iowa secretary of state died here Monday night SAME Black meint trtfflo his throw was up Pafko Robinson moved to sec nd on the forceout Hodges ouled to Thomson One run one hit no errors two left Giants Pafko came in fast for fly in short left Dark aised a high pop to Cox Pafko Backed up a few steps to get under Muellers drive in leftcen er No runs no hits no errors one left SECOND INNING Dodgers Cox tapped to Maglie rho threw him out Walker went own swinging Newcombe popped o Thomson No runs no hits no j errors none left Dodger bullpen and began warm ing up Reese made a gloved hand stop of Lockmans onebounce smash and threw him out Thom son shot a double inside the 3rd base line Carl Erskine joined Branca in the Dodger bullpenu Mays went down swinging Man ager Dressen went out to confer with NewcombeWestrum was given an intentional pass Reese gobbled up Maglies bounder and threw him out Jfo runs one hit no errors two left SIXTHINMNG Dodgers Reese was called out on strikes Snider dropped a single Giants Reese went to his right p short left Westrum called for for Irvins hard grounder and8 puchout and nailed Snider on an attempted steal Robinson threw him out Lockman drilled a single into right field Thomson singled into left sending Lockman to second Thomson running with his head down didnt reaUze that Lockman had stopped at second and headed for that bag only to find Lockman occupying it He re traced his steps back to first but was an easy out Pafko to Reese to Hodges Pafko raced back to the left field wall to take Mays long drive No runs two hits no errors one left TfflRD INNING Dodgers It was so dark the lights had to be turned on as the Dodgers came to bat Maglie threw out Furillo Reese fouled to Lock man Snider struck out No runs no hits no errors none left Giants Westrum walked Mag lie attempting to bunt missed a pitch fouled off another then bunted to Newcombe who threw to Reese to force Westrum at sec ond The throw was low but Reese made a spectacular catch ox made a brilliant stop of Stankys onebounce smash and started a double play the 3rd jaseman to Robinson to Hodges Vo runs no hits no errors none eft FOURTH Dodgers Robinson rolled out to Stanky who almost slipped as he walked Pafko raised a high pop to LockmanNo runs one hit no errors one left Giants Stanky flied to Pafko who made a nice running catch Cox made a spectacular stop oi Darks hard smash and threw him out Mueller fouled out to Hodges No runs no hits no errors none left SEVENTH INNING Dodgers Hodges fouled out to Westrum Cox bounced out Dark to Lockman Walker drilled a single past Lockman into right field Stanky bobbled Newcombes grounder but picked it up anc threw to first in plenty of time as big Don didnt even bother to run No runs one hit no errors one left Giants Irvin smashed a double off the left field wall Lockman bunted the second pitch in fronl of the mound and Walkers throw to Cox was too late to get Irvin at 3rd It was ruled a sacrifice choice Cox tried the hidden ball trick on Irvin but Du rocher coaching at3rd base de tected it Thomson flied to deep center to Snider and Irvin scored easily after the catch as Lockman held first That tied the score at 11 Reese grabbed Mays sharp grounder near second and started a double play the shortstop to Giants Dark singled off Hodges glove Mueller slashed asingleto right sending Dark to 3rd This brought Dressen out to the mound to talk with Newcombe Walker and the entire Dodger infield Newcombe was allowed to remain Newcombes first pitch to Irvin was low and outside for a ball Irvin missed a fast ball for strike one Irvin fouled to Hodges out side the first base line Lockman fouled off the first pitch for strike one Lockman lined a double into left scoring Dark and sending Mueller to 3rd Mueller jammed bis left ankle sliding into 3rd base and time was called while Giant Trainer Doc Bowman came out to examine the injured player Branca and Erskine meanwhile continued to warm up heatedly in the Dodger bullpen Mueller had to be taken off the field on a stretcher That was all for New combe It wasfeared that Mueller may have broken his ankle Branca sauntered in from the bull pen Clint Hartung was sent in to run for Mueller The score is Brooklyn 4 New York 2 with Giant runners on second and 3rd and one out Jim Hearn a righthander began warming up in the Giant bullpen After throw ing about a dozen warmup pitches Branca was ready and Thomson took his place in the batters box The first pitch was a fast ball which cut the inside corner for strike one Thomson smashed a hoine run into the lower left field stands scoring Lockman and Har tung ahead of him to win the game for the Giants 54 sure It was a sad and solemn affair Humiliating The evacuees privately said this was one of Britains most humili ating moments It was indeed in contrast to the proud days when the roar of tSe British lion made the world take notice That was the way it was when fhe British came to Iran in the early years of this century Irannow lays oilrich es which the country had granted to Britain under a royalty agree mentwhich was to have lasted until 1993 v There was no noticeable change oiaiinv wnu iumvav uium TT j r picked up the ball but recovered to Hodges One run one and threw perfectly to first Pafko no crrorsnonc left struck out Hodges boxmced out to Thomson to become the 10th con secutive Dodger retired by Mag ic No runs nonc left nohits no errors Giants Dark popped to Robin on about 20 feet out on the grass n right centerfield Hodges made Muellers line drive which ap cared headed all the way down he rightficld foul line EIGHTH INNING Dodgers Furillo hit the first pitch into Maglies glove Reese lined a single over Stankys head Snider shot a single past Stanky into rightfield sending Reese to 3rd Maglie uncorked a wild pitch leaping twohanded catch of which enabled Reese to score and Snider to go all the way to 3rd This put the Dodgers in front 21 With the count 3 and one on Rob over here Wednesday Sincelast June whentheyiirst appeared on the scene Iranian oil company officials have been grad ually taking over the fields and xe iuiery complexes step by step They moved into some British lomes as more and more AJOC employes left Wednesdays d e p a r t u r e was orderly with only a few Iranian oolice and soldiers on the streets Complicated The refinery remained shut No Explanation The tightened censorship was announced by Tokyo headquarters i of Gen Matthew B Ridgway su preme UN commander There was no explanation The partial blackoutof news was imposed until further notice While there were indications of a possible impending red of fensive a broad UN drive could not be ruled out The news black out recalled a red Chinese broad cast Saturday asserting the allies were preparing to make simul taneous amphibious landings on both coasts of North Korea The According to preliminary re ports a gang of communists in vaded the French sector to stir up agitation in the same area which has been torn by disturbance in the past several weeks The stone throwing apparently started when the West Berlin po lice joined the melee between anticommunist West Bernners arid young toughs from the soviet sec tor The West Berlinpolice brought up fire hose to dispersethe riot ers allied command has not com mented on this broadcast The far east air forces notec significantly that pilots spotted 4355 red trucks on the highways Tuesday greatest number in a single night since the communists last abortive of fensive in midMay Warships and nightraiding up this near record volume supplies being rushed toward the front An FJEAF red Trucks suffered very heavy losses The allied artillery barrage on hewestern front was one of the leaviest of the Korean war Kaesong Gunfire reached to within miles of Kaesong site of disruptec truce talks which the reds broke The sovietcontrolled press has been accusing the French of sup porting a campaign of strife on the sector border which actually was stirred up by theEast Berlin communists themselves when they set up road barriers EnragedEast Beriiners have retaliated by hurl ingstones at the communists heaving lighted torches into news side of the street and on some occasions beating Tip soviet sec tor residents who wandered across the line iff 42 days ago Shells hit the reds in ridges own Storage tanks are nearly filled K B Ross who ran the re finery for the AIOC told a re sorter that the Iranian nationa oil company probably can run the only the less com plicated equipment producing products such as kerosene furnace oil and diesel oil He thought they would have trouble maintaining the machinery is good order He said that the big international companies which control most of the available tank ers would not carry oil from Abadan under present conditions Iranian officials insist that thej can run therefinery and will ge more help if necessary Iran has announced severa more contracts for oil delivery As a result of its nationalization of oil Iran gained a enterprise left by the British The takeover included the town of Abadan which the British built up from a swamp area and sup plies with electricity water sew age facilities and other services General Collins Starts European Inspection Washinirton J Law ton Collins army chief of staff left Tuesday night on an inspection trip to Europe and the far east war zone The defense department said Californian Dies on Iowa Highway Mechanicsville i Josiah P Hermen 47 El Cajon Cal was killed and 3 California women were injured when their automo bile skidded off the highway and went out of control a mile east of here Tuesday night The injured all described as fairly good at Mercy hospitalPat Collins wul attend troop ma Cedar Rapids were Mrs Estelle neuvers in Germany and make a Raymond 55 San Diego Miss routine inspection of troops and United States military missions He will go from Germany to the far east but the army did not say what route he would take Collins took off from the capital at about the time that Gen Omar Bradley chairman of the joint chiefs of staff was heading home from a quick trip to the far east to confer with military chiefs there and inspect the Korean Jbattle front Jackie Fairbanks 21 La Jolla and Wrs Carmen Hennenberg 28 San Diego driver of the car Highway Patrolmen Lyle Dick nson and Herbert Coleman said he car apparently was going at a high rate of speed when it went off the highway They said there was a 7inch drop between the pavement and he shoulder at the spot where he car left the road running northeast from Korangpo The town is 12 miles east of Kae ong just south of the 38th paral el and 28 mfles northwest of SeouL Censorship prevented corre spondents from pinpointing the full extent of the artillery fire Bradley Leaves Tokyo by Plane Tokyo OU3 Gen Omar N Bradley left by plane for Wash ington Wednesday night after a final conference with top United Nations commanders onthe Ko rean war and the stalled truce talks Bradley chairman of the U S joint chiefs of staff and Charles E Chip Bohlen top state de partment expert on Russia and communism took off from Tok yos Haneda airoort at a m CST AH About rMU M The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy and cooler Wednesday night Thurs day partly cloudy and cool Low Wednesday night 50 High Thursday upper 60s Defense Bill Counts Wing Air Force By JOHN A GOLDSMITH Washington A 557200 000000 defense moneybill which carries a modest downjpayment on a air was7ready Wednesday for final action by senate and house The huge appropriation biH argest ever to hit congress in a jeriod short of allout war clear ed a senatehousing conference committee late TuesdayIt will provide working capital for the army navy and air force in the current fiscal year The army and air force would et a little more than 000 each under the conference committee compromise The navy would get almost The committee rejected a 000000000 blankcheck emerg ency fund to finance additional expansion of the air forceand the navys air arm The fund had been approved in the senate version of thebilL But the conference committee an additional or both just a few hours after 1 senator disclosed that the joint chiefs of staff have set their sights on an air force of about 140 vings by 1954 Iowa Partly cloudy and a little cooler Wednesday night Thurs day increasing cloudiness and cooler with showers overspread ing south and east portions bv Thursday night Low Wednes day night 45 to 50 northwest 55 southeast High Thursday 65 to 70 Further outlook Friday partly cloudy and rather cool Saturday fair with higher after noon temperatures Mourner Shakes Hands Wkh Dead Ring Gone Fort Wayne Ind ants at a funeral home were a lit Je surprised Tuesday night when a mourner walked up to the cas et and shook hands with the de ceased ing from a f inger of the dead Minnesota Partly cloudy and cooler Wednesday night Thurs day partly cloudy with little change in temperature Loxvi Wednesday 45 to 50 High Thursday 55 to 60 north 60 to 65 south GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 a m Wednesdav Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 80 57 60 24 66 30 BULLETIN ANOTHEK KUSS ABOMB Washington white house announced Wednesday that Russia has exploded an other atomic bomb Presidential Secretary Joseph Short told re porters Another atomic bomb has been exploded within the Soviet Union Short declined to give any details   

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