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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 4, 1951, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowoi Doily Newspaper Edited Jor Horn M CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TMI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANJ NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION AuocinUd MM United mil IMM CeoU Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTOBER 4 1951 This Fupcr Coulsti of Two One 3W Hickenlooper in Favor s t Red Test May Bring Atom Wgr to Korea By ELTON C WordthatJRussitfhas exploded anoth er atomic bomb coupled with other developments at horn and abroad raised rauew Thursday the question whethe atomic warfare jriighjfc Korea There Russias satellite troops and United Nations force are in stalemated battle bitter fighting and mounting cas bring victory no near er for either side Is resort t atomic arms contemplated Ther are these facts 1 A white house annbuncemen that atomic bomb ha recently been exploded within th Soviet Union and that Russia despite pretensions that her atorni energy program is only for peace ful purposes is continuing t make atomic weapons A Military Decision 2 An assertion by Senate Hickenlooper membe and former chairman of the sen atehouse atomic committee tha powerful new atomic weapons ar available for use in Korea tha he f avoirs using them but that i is a military decision 3 The claim by Gen Oma Bradley chairman of the join chiefs of staff while on a if areas war zone trip that UN forces can fight the war to a successful mil itary conclusion if truce talks fail finally The general did no make any explanation of how this would be done against a numeri caliy superior enemy Bradley let Washington for talks with com manders hi Korea last Wednes day nights presumably before thi report on the latest Russian atomi explosion was made Except for the single openin 498 TO GOrThe Cerro Gordo county Red Crou blood bottle was jtut slightly more than 1 filled by Wednesday nirhi sec ond day of ihe donor recruit ment cant palm Registrants Wednesday numbered 74 brins nr the total pledges to 177This means 498 signers are still need ed to ffll the Txrtfle according to Mrs Floyd Johnson who may called at iheRed Cross of fice jAone 13Z1 Or for your convenience fill in tKeJjUnk at the lower rltht of Oils pace and the battle front by a Cem Gordo county veteran wounded in will be Interviewed ok KGLO at p m Friday Phone Cable Cutters Busy QtEmmetsburg But Operators Return to Work Emmetsburr teler phone cables were cut Wednesday night and about twothirds of the business telephones in Emmets burg were but of service Thurs day Glenn DWalton manager of the Emmetsburg telephone ex change said it was a very fast job of cable cutting Hesaidhe was confident none of the1 striking employes ofthe Emmetsburgex change cut the cables Emmetsburg is one of 35 Iowa totens affected by a strike called last week by the C I O Commu nications Workers of America against the Central Iowa Tele phone company Strikers Return Walton said that when the dam age to the lines was discovered Thursday morning all the strikers inthe maintenance and service departments returned to work toj repair the damage j The manager said 13 cables were cut in 13 different and added that it will take 3 or 4j days and nights of steady work to repair them No long distance lines were affected by the cuts In all about 600 telephones in the community were out of service as a result of the slashings Police Chief Jack Buddy said that apparently an ax or a pair of heavy cutters were used The cables that were cut run alongside of the poles and down into the ground The cuts were made 5 or 6 feet off the ground with 25 to 50 lines put out of service with each break Early Morninc The first cuts were made about Wednesday night Ruddy said and the last occurred about 3 oclock Thursday morning He said some were made while re pairs were being made on earlier damage All of the striking telephone re pairmen reported for duty and worked during a driving rain storm part of the time in order to make repairs Volunteer Emmetsburg firemen were called to fight a fire at Ruth ven cast of here shortly before midnight and some whose phones sentence saying another bomb has been exploded within thesbvie zone the white house statemen issued at direction of Presiden Truman contained no details The balance of the brief state ment was devoted to stressing again the necessity for that ef fective enforceable internationa control of atomic weapons The president k announced two year1 agQjn Sept evi of an atomic explosion He cautiously refrained from use of the won bomb Thii time the American scientists whose duty it is to main ain constant vigil for such things apparently were sure it was an actual bomb Apparently evidence of the re ease of energy into the upper atmosphere where traces are picked up by delicate instru ments even though the explosion may occur thousands of miles dis ant was fortified by an actua record of the explosive shock A congressional source said a seismo graphic record like that used for earthquakes was obtained anc showed the explosion was Hery successful In Last Few Days It appeared to have occurred vithiri the last few days And it was of the nuclear fis sion type not a hydrogen bomb explosion it was explained in other authoritative quarters There was also some evidence hat the Russians had failed in an ither atomic explosive test before he successful one announced by ihe white house Experts in a po ition to know said there seemed o be evidence that the first of he two experimental bombs fiz zled failing to produce an actual letonation In general news of the new soviet test produced no great sur prise in congress or elsewhere in the capital Reports from intelli gence sources had indicated the Russians were working hard to perfect the weapon type they used two years ago were out had personally to be contacted LINEN MAGNATE DIES Belfast Northern Ireland Sir Milne Barbour 81 linen mil lionaire and former cabinet min ister died Wednesday night Swea City Girl Key Witness to Shooting Cedar Rapids 12year old girl may be the stater key witness in the murder trial of Vfebster Salyer 33 an Alburnett mechanic The trial of Salyer accused of shooting to death his brotherin law Charles Johnson 23 last July 20 was continued Thursday in district court Linn County Attorney Willis A Glassgow Wednesday indicated in his opening statements that Yvonne Griffith 12 of Swea City was an cyewitncss to the shoot ing and may be the states key wit ness The young girl a niece of Mrs Salyor was visiting her aunt in Alburnett at the time of the shoot ing Defense Attorney L M Hul linger said he was prepared to prove that Salyer acted in self defense Salyer who pleaded innocent to the charge Aug 6 read a pock etsized Bible throughout the pro cccdings Wednesday The state called six witnesses to the stand i APWirephoto IRVINLEAPS FOR Irvin Giants left fielder goes into a slide in the first inning ashe makes the first steal of home m a World Series game in 30 years Yankees Yogi Berra has the pitch arrow from Allie Reynolds and is stepping in to try to make the putout Bobby who was at bat falls away Giants Take Opener 51 Dave Koslo Stops Yanfcs With 7Hit Performance SCORE BY INNINGS New New York Giants won the opening game of the World Series here Thursday afternoon by downing the New York Yankees 51 at Yankee Stadium The Yanks who had been favored for the openinggame as well as the series were held to just 7 hitsbyDaveKoslo Giant left lander The victors got 10 hits in the game including a 3 run 6tn inning home run by Alvin Darkstar shortstop for he boys from the Polo Grounds FIRST INKING i Giants Stanky sent an easy roller to Rizzuto whothrew him out Dark hit asoft fly to Mantle in short Thompson walked ra5 pitches Irvin lined a single over Colemans head for the first ut off Reynolds in two consecu ive games Allie had hurled a no utter against the Red Sox in his last appearance of the regular sea son Sept 28 Lockman smashed a fround rule double that bounced ito the left field seats scoring liompson who had gone to 3rd n Irvins single while Irvin topped at 3rd Irvin took ad antage of Reynolds semi wind p and stunned the crowd by steal ing home Thomson walked on 5 itchesMaysraised a high fly to Mantle in short right Two runs wo hits no errors two left SEVENTH INNING Giants The lights were turned on at the start of the inning Bobby Hogue replaced Reynolds on the mound for the Yankees Thomson tried to get out of the way Of a pitch andaccidentally tapped back to Hogue who threw aim out Mays flied to DiMaggio Westrum raised a high foul to Berra It was the first inning thai ihe Giants failed to get a man on Dase No runs no hits no errors none left Yankees Stanky bounced out McDougald to Collins and Westrum was forced to hold second DiMaggio came in aJ few paces to get under Darksfly No runs no Jbdts errors one left Yankees McDougald fouled out to Westrum Dark took Colemans grounder and threw him out Col lins banged a single past Lockman into right field Reynolds went out Stanky to Koslo who covered first for the putout No runs one hit no errors one left FIFTH INNING McDougalds short fly Coleman bounced out Thomson to Lock man No runs no hits no errorSj none left Cbllins attempted a drag Lbunt past the mound bu Stanky came in fast to make a fine pickup and underhand throw to retire the runner Bobby Brown batting for Hogue struck out Mantle fouled to Westrum Koslo has now retired 9 straight batters No runs no hits no errors none left EIGHTH INNING Giants TomMorgan went in to pitch for the Yankees Koslowas called out on strikes Stanky grounded to 3rd and was safe when McDougalds wide throw got by Collins Dark complied with a hit and run signal by throwing his bat at an outside pitch and hitting a looper over Piemans head for a single senoi ing Stanky to second Thompson jflied deep to Mantle Stanky go v Giants Thompson Hied deep to ing to 3rd after the catch Irvin DiMaggio Irvin tripled to the wall in deepest leftcenter the ball rolling to the 457foot marJt Lockman after fouling off a pitch Tankees Thompson came in 10 that missed being a home run by left ast for Mantles fly to short right lizzuto lined a single off Darks love Irvin raced back to make a pectacular leaping catch of drive in front of the 402 oot sign DiMaggio raised a high op behind second base that was aught by Thompson at the last minute after Stanky had almost cared him off of it No runs one hit no errors one left SECOND INNING Giants Westrum walked on a ull count Koslo attempting to acriiice bunted to Reynolds who irew to Rizzuto forcing Westrum t second Stanky grounded into hole but McDougald made a rilliant stop and threw to Cole man forcing Koslo Coleman re ay ed to Collins at first to double p Stanky No runs no hits no Tors none left Yankees Lockman scooped upj erras hot smash down the first ase line and beat the runner for he putout McDougald lined a the low screen just in de the left field foul line Cole nan singled to right sending Mc ougald to 3rd When Thompson icperienced difficulty in picking p the ball McDougald continued jme on Thompsons error for the ankees first run Collins ground d to Thomson who threw to tanky forcing Coleman Stankys elay was too late to double up ollins Reynolds drilled a ground ngle into right field Collins opping at second Mantle walked n 5 pitches to load the bases izzuto sent a slow bounder to xickman who flipped under anded to Koslo covering first ne run 3 hits one error 3 left THIRD INNING Giants Dark struck out Reyn ds knocked down Thompsons ot smash and recovered in time throw him out Irvin looped a ngle into right field Lockman alked on a full count Thomson ned a vicious single into left rapped sharply to Cole nian who feinted Irvin back to 3rd and then threw to Collins to retire Lockman Rizzuto made ai nice stop of Thomsons hardj grounder and threw him out Nol runs one hit no errors one left Tankees Mantle walked on 5 pitches Rizzuto went down swing ing Bauer lined to Mays whose I quick throw to Lockman almost doubled up Mantle DiMaggidj sent inompson to the Scoreboard in rightcenter for his long fly trying for his 5th straight hit lined to Collins No runs one hit one error two left Yankees Rizzuto dropped a single in rightcenter B a u e r grounded to Dark who threw to Stanky forcing Rizzuto DiMaggio sent a high fly to Irvin Berra lashed a single into right Bauer stopping at second Stanky went into short right tomake a stumbung catch of McDougalds high windblown pop No runs two hits no errors two left Giants Lockman hit back to the mound but was thrown put Mor SIXTH INNING Giants Mantle had a little trouble with the wind but man aged to get under Mays high fly Westrum singled into left field Berra tripped over his own mask trying to field Koslos sacrifice ALVIN DARK 3Run Homer walked on a full count Mays fanned Westrum lined a single over Mc Dougalds head sending Thomson to second Koslo fanned No runs one hit no errors two left Yankees Coleman walked on a full count Johnny Mize former Giants lefthanded slugging star batted for Collins Mize popped to Dark behind second base swinging at the first pitch Gene WoodUng lefthanded hitter the 3rd southpaw swinging pinchhitter to bat against lefthanded Koslo batted for Mor gan Woodling was called out on strikes as Koslo retired him on 3 pitches Man tie flied to Mays in short center No runs no hits no errors one left Driver of Jeep for Roosevelt Dies in Fall Kansas City P Oran Lass lj who drove a jeep for Presi dent Roosevelt in North Africa during World war II was hurled to his death Wednesday by a broken scaffold Awhile working on Call for Renewal of Truce Talk But Disagree on Site Ridgway Asks Reds to Decide Communists Break Silence By TOM BRADSBtAW Tokyo an abrupt ex change of messages Thursday red and allied commanders each pro posed that Korean truce talks beresumed dis agreed on a site Gen Matthew B Eidgway in jected a new note into the situa donby telling the reds to pick a new long as it wasin no mansland If it looks OK tohim le said armistice negotiations could resume at once Earlier communist commander5 Droposed immediate reopening o alks at the original site redcon trolled Kaesong Thetalks were broken off abruptly by the communists 23 AnswersFly The reds started Thursdays rap id exchange by suddenlybreak ing a weeklong silence As a allied offensive roared ear shot of Kaesong they answered message Ridgway sent them las Thursday The reds rejected Bidgway3 suggestion that talks start near Songhyon a nomans Ian village 6 miles southeast of Kae song They said the suggestio was devoid of reason The communists said it woul provide no assurance tha neutrality agreements would b observed Instead they suggested Both sides immediately resum jie conference atKaesong At th first meeting appropriate ma chinery should be established tc stipulate a strict agreement con cerning the neutralization of Kae Two hours after announcing the ofthe communist communi cation Ridgway repliedHe tolc dearth Korean Premier fCTr lung and Chinese Gen Peng Teb huai I have already made clear to you my views regarding the un uitabflity of Kaesong as a con erence site Satisfactory con ditions for the resumption of the armistice talks can only be in ured by moving the conference ite to an area where it is not un der the exclusive control of either side A Privilege Since you reject my suggestion o meet at Songhyon I propose ihat our delegations meet at a site elected by you and acceptable to me approximately midway be ween our respective front lines where the armistice discussions an be promptly Ridgways answer thus gave tie reds the surprising privilege t selecting the truce site but still leld to the United Nations com mands stand that Kaesong was no longer in the running Whether the latest red answer nd Ridgways quick reply would ring the suspended truce talks any closer to resumption was a moot question Big Gambler Moretti Slain CUffside Park X J Willie Moretti the bigtime gambler who once bragged hed never be masonry at the 9th floor of a newjmurdered was shot to death apartment building Thursday and a police official said Lass brotherinlaw was taken for a ride by kisch JP fell with him but hit on his friends shrubbery and in soft dirt He wasj The stocky rackets figure who expected to recover from several fractures and lacerations Lass was an army motor corps sergeant when he was detailed to jdrive Roosevelts jeep while the eld The ball was nd reached Bauer hit so hard in such a urry that Irvin was forced to old up at 3rd leaving the bases ull Mays hit a soft liner to Cole an No runs two hits no errors left Yankees Bauer raised a high op to Thomson DiMaggio flied ccp to Irvin Berra fouled out Thomson No runs no hits no none left FOURTH INNING Giants Westrum walked on 4 pitches Koslo dropped a sacrifice bunt down the first base line and was out Reynolds to Collins president reviewed North African troops bunt but recovered in time to throw out the pitcher Stanky walked on a full count Dark wal loped a home run into the lower left field stands scoring Westrum and Stanky ahead of him to in crease the Giants lead to 51 Reynolds walked Thompsonon 4 pitches Irvin cracked a single into contcrfield sending Thompson to 3rd for his 4th straight hit Lockman rolled out Coleman to Collins Three runs 3 hits no er rors two left Yankees Irvins 4 hits tied a World Series record held by 26 SAME DATE 1950 443 other players Bcrra popped m Stanky Irvin came in fast put dulk hobnobbed with the elite of the underworld was by 4 a small restaurant across the street from an amuse ment park State Deputy Attorney General Max Eisenstein told reporters It is very evident Willie was taken for a ride by his friends Manly Soldier Aboard Ship Home Seattle lowans were among 310 Korean combat veterans returning home aboard the transport James OHara which docked at Seattle Thursday lowans aboard included iEarl J Arganbright Manly I See Grand Jury Probe of Mason City Gaming County Attorney James Brown said Thursday he will ake before a grand jury charges of gambling in Mason City The grand jury is scheduled to meet about the mid dle of this month he said Brown received a letter Wednesday from Attorney Gen eral Robert L Larson Larson suggested in the letter thai frown ask the grand jury investigate charges made in a i i i Mossadegh Weeps Over v Oil Dispute Sept 27 broadcast on radio station WMT at Cedar Rapids Service Clubs In the broadcast it was charged here was gambling at two service clubs in Mason City including a card party and joy jars Brown said he did not about the WMT broadcast until he received the letter from Larson The attor ney general said he suggested tha the WMT newsmen who reported the story be called before the grand jury to present evidence Dick Cheverton WMT news di rector said in a longdistance interview Thursday that he would be glad to appear as a witness were a probe made by the granc ury I dont have much choice do asked Then he said We played that story as straight news story We werent in terested in nringihg a crusadi against any club or organization Cheverton formerly by station KB IB in Mason City said he whocoul corroborate findings made in tour of Mason City night spots b a WMT reporter Raid Follows Broadcast The night following the broadcasts state agents and the Cerro Gordo county sheriffs office raided two night spots one in Mason City the other on highway 18 west of town County Attorney Brown noted hat JDO gambling devices were lound in the two raids or in one made earlier in September on a night spoton ClearTakes south Tehran Iran Mo hammed Mossadegh wept Thurs as he told the majlis louse of parliament that British government had no right a bring the Iranian oil dispute up before the UN security council Asserting that the oil national ization problem was an internal dispute with the AngloIranian Oil company Mossadegh told the deputies he will leaveSunday to argueIrans case In the UN Mossadegh wiped away the tears as he said I am sure that on this trip I will enjoy the prayersand support of the Iranian people and I am sure that Almighty God will help me and the nation The premier gation which includes 4 members of the parliameniarjroil the Deputies AHahyar Saleh and All Shayegan and ihe Senators Ahmed Matin Dafteri and Mor teza Bayatt shore Three men face charges of illegal possession of liquor in Connection with the raids According to Cheverton no par icular night spots were named in he broadcast See full test of radio broadcast n page two Man Drives Away in Police Car Police called it a case of mis understanding Anyway officers in a cruising quad car stopped Harold W irodt 39 517 14th S E at m Thursday at 14th and Dela vare S E Theysaid Brodt was craving in a careless manner They ordered Brodt into the quad car to take Mm to the sta tion Brodt got in andstarted to orive the squad car away Thurs ay morning in police court Judge B R Dunn fined Brodt S100 and osts for careless driving r All About The Weather lason City Mostly cloudy and cooler with occasional light rain or thundershowers Thursday evening Mostly cloudy cooler with occasional light rain late Thursday night and Friday Low Thursday night 50 High Friday around 60 Northeast to north Winds Friday 20 to 25 M P H owa Mostly cloudy northwith occasional rain extreme north partly cloudy south Thursday night Cooler over the state Friday mostly cloudy and cool with occasional rain continuing in extreme north High Thurs day afternoon 65 to 75 north west 75 to 80 southeast Low Thursday night 50 to 55 High Friday 55 to 60 north 60 to 65 south Further outlook Partly cloudy and cool Saturday Sun day fair and a little higher aft ernoon temperatures iinnesota Mostly cloudy and cool Thursday night and Fri day Occasional rain in south and central portions Lows Thursday night 45 in north 50 in south Highs Friday 50 to 55 GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 a m Thursday Maximum 75 Minimum 57 At 8 a rn 59 Precipitation 55 i ELECTROCUTED OJTFAKBT Spencer employe of tfie Iowa Electric Light and Power Co at Armstrong was electrocuted Wednesday working on the Lloyd Wheeler arm 6 miles southeast of Esther ville Its for YOU to Say Would you tike match the means at your sacrifices of our boys in Korea Are you somewhere be tween 21 and 60 years of age and in good health If your answer is YES to these questions you may clip the blank that fill it out and mail to r American Red Cross North Federal Ave Meson City You will need to act at once so that appointments may be scheduled in ad vance of the appearance of the bloodmobiie here Oct 1618 clip here Iowa Defense Blood Program AMERICAN RED CROSS I will be glad to donate my blood for defense Your Name Your Town Street Address or Box Your Telephone Number   

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