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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 5, 1951, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for HMM CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION TMI NIWSPAilft THAT MAKIS A LL N OUTH NEIGHBORS VOL LVH FnM United Prm Full Fiv a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTOBER S 1151 Ttait Paper Conditi ol Two tit AP Wirephoto COLLINS Collins Yankees first baseman is greeted by MicKey Man tle wKo later left the game with an injured knee and batboy as he scores on a sec ond inning home run in Fridays World Series game against the Giants Collins blow was a towering drive into the lower right field stands The umpire is Lee Ballanf ant Yankees Defeat Giants 31 Behind Pitching of Lopat to Square World Series NEW York Eddie Lopat squared the Seriesfor the New York Yankees Friday by edging the New York Giants 31 with a 5hitter in the second game watched by 66018 fans at Yankee Stadium Gil McDougalds firstinning single following two bunt singles off Larry Jansen and an error gave the Yankees a run in the first Joe Collins added the second with his 310 foothomer into the fight fieldseats in the second Lopat himself knocked in the final run with and 8thirining single off Eeliefer George Lopat was hard pressed to escape from a 7th inning sit uation when the Giants scored their run Smgles by Monte Ir vin and Whitey Lockman and a to Wes Westrum loaded the bases with only one out Pinch Hitter Billy Rigney s fly to deep right let Irvin score easily from 3rd Another pinch hitter DiSalle Hits Packer Move f o Kill Control Washington office of price stabilization Friday released photographs of a headquarters bulletin from the National Inde pendent Meat Packers association Jailing for the defeat of meat slaughter quotas as a possible means of wiping out price con troll Price Stabilizer Michael V Di Salle said the document was evi dence from within the industry that the fight against slaughter controls is a fight against the price control itself The bulletin dated October 2 was from the packers office in Washington and addressed to as sociation members It was signed by Wilbur LaRoe Jr general counsel One of the addressees forwarded it to DiSalle The onepage bulletin to the 750 NLMPAmembers said There is a chance of beating price control by defeating the ad ministrations attempt to restore the quota power to OPS Mr Di Salle has said that the price con trol on meat will not work with out the quota power This makes it terribly impor tant to do everything we reason ably can we want to put an end to price con trol v The Boxscore NEW YORK N AB R H O A Stanky 2b 3 0 0 1 4 Darkss 4 0104 Thomson 4 0 0 23 Irvinvlf 4 1 33 0 Lockman Ib 4 0 Mays cf 40 Westrura c 2 0 rhSchenz 0 0 Hartung rf 1 0 Thompson rf 2 0 sRigncy 1 0 p 0 0 Jansen p 2 0 Noble c 1 0 1 11 0 2 0 5 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 32 1 5 24 11 Totals aFlitd cut for Thompson in 7ih bRan for Westrumin 7th NEW YORK A AB R H O A Mantle rf 2 1 1 0 0 Bauer rf 2 0010 Rbauto ss 40 1 23 McDougald 2b3b 3 0123 DiMaggio cf 3 0 040 Berra c 3 0 02 0 Woodlin If3 0 04 0 Brown 3b 3 0 1 0 4 cMartin 0 10 00 Coleman 2b00 0 1 0 Collins Ib 3 1 1 92 Lopat p3 0 12 2 Totals 29 3 6 27 13 cRan for Brown in 8th Score by innings New York N New York A 000 000 110 000 Error Lockman runs batted in McDougald Collins Rigney Lo pat home run Collins stolen base Irvin left on bases Giants 6 Yan kees 2 bases on balls off Lopat 2 itriick out by Lopat 1 Jansen 5 hits and runs off Jansen 4 and 2 In G innings Spencer 2 and 1 in 2 double play DarkStankyLock tnan winning pitcher Lopal los ing pitcherJansen umpires Bal Unfant plate Paparella Ib Barlick 2b Summers tb Gore and Stevens foul lines time attendance M018 Ray Noble failed Manager Leo Durocher when he lofted an easy pop foul to Yogi Berra for the final out tossed to Collins for the putout No runs one hit no errors one left Woodliag flied to Irvin Brown bounced out Stanky to Lockman Collins lofted a home run into the 4th row of the lower right Celd stands to increase the Yankees lefd to 20 Lockman fielded Lopats hopper and beat the pitcher to the bag One run one hit no errors none left THIRD INNING Giants Thompson bounced out Collins to Lopat Jansen raised a From Collins homer in the secfly to DiMaggioStanky drew the ond to Bobby Browns first walk Dark flied to single in the 8th Jansen and Woodling No runs no hits no Spencer retired 16 Yanks in or der But they never could over come that early Yank lead Thus the clubs move across the Harlem river to the Polo Grounds Saturday for the 3rd game They will play the 4th and 5th in the National league park Sunday and Monday If a 6th and 7th are necessary they return to the Sta dium Tuesday and Wednesday Monte Indn continued his sen sational series hitting with 3 sin gles to make it 7 hits in the ries The most any man ever got in a series was 12 A record held jointly by 4 men by inning account of the game FIRST INNING Giants Stanky sent a slow roll er to McDougald who threw him out Rizzuto raced behind the mound to make a nice stop and throw to retire Dark Woodling caught Thomsons long fly with his back aginst the left field bar rier No runs no hits no errors none left Yankees Mantle bunted Jan sens first pitch past the mound and Was credited with a single as Jansen made a headlong dive in ah attempt to field the ball Riz zuto beatout a bunt down the first base line and Mantle who had stopped at second continued to 3rd when Lockman threw past Stanky after first hobbling the bunt It was credited as a hit for Rizzuto and an error for Lockman McDougald looped a single in short right scoring Mantle and sending Rizzuto to second Di Maggio rapped to Dark who started a double play the short stop to Stanky to Lockman with Rizzuto advancing to3rd Berra struck outbut had to be tagged out by Catcher Westrum who had dropped the 3rd strike One run 3 hits one error one left SECOND INNING Giants Irvin drove a long single to leftcenter Irvin stole second sliding in under Berras one bounce throw to Rizzuto Lockman hit back to Lopat who bluffed Irvin back to second then threw to Collins to retire the batter Brown threw out Mays holding Irvin at second Brown also scooped up Wcstrums roller and errors one left Yankees Mantle went down swinging Rizzuto flied to Irvin in shortleft McDougald sent a hot liner to Thomson who plucked the ball off his shoetops No runs no hits no errors none left FOIHITH INNING Giants Thomson raiseda soft fly to DiMaggio in straight center McDougald took Irvins fly Lockman grounded to short and was retired Rizzuto to Collins No runs jio hits no errors none left Yankees IDiMaggio went down Berra tapped over the pitchers mound made a fancy step atthe edgeof thein fleld grass and retired the runner Woodling senta long fly to Mays No runs nohits no errors none left FIFTH INNING Giants Mays flied to DiMaggio in Mantle who also made atry for the ball tripped and fell flat on apparent ly hurt It looked had turned his ankle The young out fielder was taken to the Yankee dugout on a stretcher He was re placed by Hank Bauer Westrum flied to Woodling Lopat used onlv 3 pitches to make Thompson his first strikeout victim No runs no hits no errors none left Yankees Stanky tossed out Brown Thomson leaned over into the field boxes behind 3rd to catch Collins font Lopat looked at a curve for a 3rd strike No runs no hits no errors none left SIXTH INNING Giants It was announced that Mantle had sprained his right knee which was placed in splints Jan sen popped to McDougald Stanky tapped to Lopat who threw him out Dark lined a single into left for the Giants second hit Thom son went out on a long drive to DiMaggio in leftcenter No runs one hit no errors one left Yankees Dark grabbed Bauers shot past the mound and threw to Lockman for the out Thomson made a fancy pickup of Rizzutos sharp grounder and threw him out McDougald struck out No runs no hits no errors none left SEVENTH INNING Giants Irvin smashed a ground single through the middle of the diamond Lockman lined a single 000 UN Troops Rip Front Line Defense in Korea Enemy Hills Deserted After Bitter Fighting By N4TE POLOWETZKY Eighth Army Headquarters Korea Communist front line defenses appeared to be crumbling in the west Friday before an offensive of 100000 United Nations troops Battered reds retreated northward in some sectors Some hills were abandoned after days of bitter fight ing Elsewhere only diehard rear guards delayed UN troops Soldiers of 9 UN nations moved forward cautiously for limited gains Aid War Flames Latein the day reds back with counterattacks forts to recapture some doned Mils Elsewhere 1 The air over northwest Korea named with 3 jet battles involving 220 planes It was the greatest into center and Irvin who had beaded for 3rd had to scamper back to second asDiMaggio came in fast to field the balL Mays bunted down the 3rd base line and Brown forced Lockman at second as Irvin moved to 3rd Mays beat Etizzutos throw to first Westrum walked Billy Rigney went in to ait for Thompson and Hank Schenz ran for Westrum Rigney lied to Bauer in deep rightcen ter Irvin scoring afterthe catch as Mays raced to 3rd and Schenz remained at first Ray Noble bat Ing for Jansen went but on a short pop foul to Berra One run hits no errors two left Yankees George Spencer righthander went in to pitch Clint Hartung went in to play right field and Noble wentbehind 3ie plate for the Giants DiMaggio aunced to Thomson wha threw out Berra grounded to Stanky who threw to Lockman for the putout Dark threw out Wopdling The last 16 Yankees have now gone out in order No runs no hits no errors none left EIGHTH INNING Giants Stanky popped to Col lins Dark raised a high fly to Woodling Thomson made a half hearted swing at a curved ball and tapped it down the 3rd base line to Brown whose throw to first was high but Collins stretched out and made a glovedhand catch to retire the batter No runs no hits no errors none left Yankees Brown slashed a single into center to become the first Yankee to reach base since Col lins3 homer with two out in the second inning Billy Martin ran for Brown Collins sent a high chopper to Thomson who started to throw to second for a possible force When Stanky who was ex pecting a bunt was late covering second Thomson turned and threw to Lockman to retire Col tin at first Martin reached second on the play Lopat slashed a single past Stanky scoring Martin Bauer flied deeo to Irvin Rizzuto Lifted a high fly to Mays One run two hits no errors one left NINTH INNING Giants Gerry Coleman went in to play second base as McDoug ald switched from second to 3rd Irvin drilled a hit into centerfield for his 3rd hit of the game and 7th in two days The World Se ries record is 12 Lockman bounced to McDougald who had to hold up lis throw while Coleman and Riz zuto were trying to decided who would cover second McDougald finally threw to Rizzuto for the forceout but Phils relay to first was too late to double up Lock man McDougald made a nice sickup of Mays hot bouncer down the 3rd baseline and whipped to oleman forcing Lockman Mays barely beat Colemans relay to first Hartung dribbled to Col lins who threw to Lopat who cov number of jets ever reported in ac tion on one day The 5th air force reported one red jet shot down two damaged It said all allied jets eturned from the first two bat tles but didnt say how they fared hi the 3rd 2 Allied troops on each side of heartbreak ridge in a revival of warfare in the mountainous east UN inf antrymen advanced 1000 yards to the west of the ridge while a tank patrol shot up reds on the east 3 Reds were sflentoa Gen Mat thew B Ridgways invitation to pick a new site in nomansland to renew disrupted cease fire talks Red Korean political officers were quoted as saying there would be no negotiated truce in Korea in the near future Frontline dispatches from the western front reported these ma jor gainsFriday in the third day of the drive 1 The US 3rd division took a key hill in the center of the without firing a shot 2 Just south of the 3rd the IT S first cavalry division off a series of predawn counterattacks and captured 3 hills north of Yon chon in the daylight Atnightfal they were fighting counterattack ing Chinese trying to recapture one ered first No runs errors one left one hit no iashed in ef aban MACDONALD CAREY Bernard E Manley 67 Dies Suddenly at Off ice of the hills 3 The British British Gain Commonwealth division made gains of up to a mile and a half in the sector reach ing from Yonchon 7 mfles south to the 38th parallel They fought off one red counter attack late in the day At the southern end of the front Australian and British infantry men of the first Commonwealth division pushed forward against weakening opposition They virtu ally completed capture of the last few hflls of a line between the Im jinand Samichon rivers v Betweenv these two sectors the U S first cavalry division beatoff a series of counterattacks by thou sands of Chinese who stormed down off their Ml in the early morning hours Veteran Editor Hugh Harrison Dead at 77 Davenport Harrison a Davenport newspaperman for half a century died Thursday nisht in Mercy hospital at the age of 77 Harrison who retired as man aging editor of the Davenport Democrat last July 1 underwent a major surgical operation Monday Born in Davenport he became an employe of the Democrat in 1902 advanced to city editor in 1905 and was made managing edi tor in 1931 He took up editorial writing for the newspaper in 1940 He was dean of editors and edi torial writers in eastern Iowa and western Illinois and long had been at the helm of the states most in fluential democratic newspaper Harrison was active in civic af fairs and in Iowa democratic par ts circles He was campaign man ager in 1948 for Carroll O Switzer of Des Moines democratic nomi nee for governor who was de feated by Gov William S Beards ley His first newspaper job was as a want ad solicitor for the Denver Republican He then took a job on the Davenport Daily News in 1900 He later worked on the Davenport Times and its rival publication the Leader which was acquired by the Democrat He is survived by his wife a daughter and two brothers Funeral services will be held Saturday with burial hi Davenport OPERATIC CONDUCTOR DIES Copenhagen Denmark Egisto Tango 79 Italianborn con ductor of Denmarks Royal Opera orchestra since 1927 died Friday in Copenhagen Bernard E Manley 67 a mem ber of Iowas first liquor control commission and its chairman from 1935 to 1939 died suddenly athis office downtown Mason City Friday afternoon following a dia betic collapse He had been engaged in the real estate business with his brothers James B Manley and Joseph P Manley most of the time since his retirement from the commis sion in June 1941 Mr Manley was born Jan 22 1884 at Sloan in Woodbury county He was graduated from lie University of Iowa with a harmacisfs degree but returned o Mason City to help run the Manley brothers department store He was married in 1918 to Miss Gertrude McCormick of Mason City who died several years ago 3e was married last spring to Lucy Hersey who survives Funeral arrangements have no1 yet been completed The Colonial funeral home is in charge BENAY VENUTA Movie Stars in Mason City on Oct 11 Mason Citys Community Chest Mckoff Thursday night Oct 11 at the Y M C A is to have a new delightful star glamor Two Vehuta famous and Macdonald and one of Hollywoods noted di rectors Richard Maibaum are to bein Mason City thai evening They will be at the speakers table at the Chest meeting where will be launched the campaign to raise S91964 largest amount in the history of the organiza tion The Chest meeting appearance will follow a giant reception for the movie visitors in Central park The movie people part of a group touring the state to pro mote the movie business will ar rive at the south border of Mason City at 5 p m There they will be met by a delegation of Mason Cityans headed by a police es cort andforma parade to Cen tral park arriving there about p in Meeting for Public InCentral park they be welcomed by Charles E Com well who will represent the mu nicipality in the absence of Mayor Howard E Bruce Opportunity will be given the public to meet the stars and to procure auto graphs The group will then proceed to the Y M C where the open ing meeting of Mason Citys Community Chest is scheduled Carey who starred in My Dust went to school in Sioux City and also attended the State University of Iowa Benay Venuta is a topranking singing star who has appeared in a number of pictures She was in Annie Get Your Gun with Betty Hutton and others Director Maibaums pictures in cluded The Big Clock Dear Wife and O S S Part of National Campaign The visit of the stars to Mason City is part of a national cam paign called Movietime U S A The purpose is to acquaint the public with movie stars and cre ate added interest in the industry and the pictures it is producing Movietime U S A orates 50 years of business dating the first movie commein movie show the opening of theater in Los Angeles Cal a half century ago From the nickelodeon days in Iowa the movie industry has be come a multimillion dollar en terprise The first movies were in vacantstore rooms or in a fencedin grove The Movietime project includes more than the visit of stars to local communities Every Holly wood producer has garnered the test skills on his lot and in a co operative effort with every other sroducer and distributor is en ieavoring to present the finest ictures possible the industry an nounces Taft Delays Decision on 1952 Race Wisconsin Shifts to Ohio Senator Washington Taft said Friday he would withhold a decision on whether to run for the republican presidential nomina tion until a survey of nationa sentiment is completed by two o his associates The Ohioan said he expects a report study next Wednes day andcould not come to any decision until he has had an op portunity to study it I have not wished to be a can didate he said in a statement unless I am convinced that a majority of the republicans really want me to run Taft made his statement in re ply to 13 Wisconsin republican leaders urged himto enter the April 11952 Wisconsin presiden tial primary This group includ ing several who backed Harold E Stassen in 1948 pledged Taft to a slate of 30 national convention delegates if he consented to go into that states contest While many of the Wisconsin O P group had backed Stasser in the last race they told Taf without any obligation on your part we will support your candi dacy in every way possible Republican leaders here regard the Wisconsin move as significant because Wisconsin has been a Stassen stronghold He won the 1948 primary easily getting 19 oi the 27 delegates then elected Gen Douglas MacArthur got the other The letter to Taft was signed iy Thomas E Coleman long a Stassen backer and former Wis consin republican state chairman and 12 top politicians Taffs office said Thursday he fciad not seen the letter and would not comment until later All About The Weather Mason City Mostly cloudy and cooler through Saturday Low Friday night upper 40s High Saturday upper 50s Iowa 5Day Outlook Tempera tures will average 3 to 6 degrees below normal Normal high 68 north 72 south normal low 43 j north 47 south Continued cool with a slight rising trend the middle of next week Rainfall will average to inch occur ring Sunday night Iowa Mostly cloudy and cool Fri day night and Saturday with showers in southwest Low Fri day night 45 to 50 High Satur day 55 to 60 Further outlook Showers overspreading the state Saturday night continuing into Sunday Continued cool Mon day fair and cool Minnesota Mostly cloudy and cool Friday night Saturday partly cloudy and cool Low Fri day night 38 to 42 north 42 to 48 south High Saturday 50 to 55 GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 a m Friday Maximum 74 Minimum 48 At 8 a m 49 Precipitation trace YEAR AGO Maximum 55 Minimum 31 BERNARD E MANEEY Des Moines Pulls Largest Mass Raid Des Monies the largest mass liquor check since Polk County Sheriff Tom Reilly took office in August 12 deputies Thursday night visited 10 taverns seized a highball in a coffee cup at Georges Place and arrested two persons Heilly said no liquor was found at 9 of the 10 places visited Deputies arrested GebrgeLyncii operator of the restaurantbar and Ruth Redden a waitress Reilly said Lynch will be charged with maintaining a liquornuis ance and the waitress will charged RECORD BAKBECUE A Cherokee ing crowd of at tended Cherokees 3rd freeBar becue and added attractions Thurs day About 1500 pounds of oeef was used to make over 15000 bar becued beef sandwiches NEARLY Cerro Gordo county Red Cross blood bottle got 135 more donors Thursday This brings the total number of registrations up to 318 nearly half of the 675 quota Mrs Floyd Johnson donor recruitment chairman stressed the importance of hav ing S alternates ready on call each hour duringr the 3day visit of the bloodmobile here Oct IS IS Persons may register by us ing the blank below and mailing it to Red Cross 19J N Federal Or they may simply call the Red Cross office phone 1321 clip here Iowa Defense Blood Program AMERICAN RED CROSS I will be glad to donate my blood for defense Your Name Tour Town Street Address or Box Your Telephone Number   

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