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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 8, 1951, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for UM MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER T M AT M A KIS ALL NORTH I O W A N S N E I G H I O RS HOME EDITION VOL LVII Awoclafed PttM ud United Prtw Full Five Cents Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBER 8 1951 This Paper ot Two Jit One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL Managing Editor Let the Melody Linger On YOULL find me a pretty able person when it comes to the matter of music I like what I like and I know what I but I dont go around trying tc tell other people what they should like V A long time ago when Doctor Carl E Seashore was doing his significant research in the field of The Psychology of Music served as one of his laboratory guinea pigs It was this that taught me my limitations not alone with respect to creating music but with respect to music apprecia tion In pitch discrimination tonal memory and one or two other tests I didnt do so badly In fact I was pretty proud of my per formance But in the test designed to measure my latent instinct for rhythm I fouled up in a big way Some Friendly Advice Following this particular test the genial Doctor Seashore smiled at me and offered asuggestion namely I doubt that youre plan ning a career as a professional musician But if you are Id rec ommend against Of course I had nothing of that kind in mind I was bent on a newspaper career even in those student days But Ive always felt that this counsel from an expert was helpful to me Certainly it has prevented me from trying to impose my ideas about music on anybody else Attimes when I look upon a crowd of youngsters rocking to the rhythm of a boogie tune which to me is only slightly preferable to static on my radio I think back to Doctor Seashores findings Your own fault I conclude to myself you just dont have that certain rhythm in your soul Barred by LontHairs I have a like reaction when I in a crowd of musical longhairs socalled Theyre peo ple who lookaskance at with a tune to it or with chords that dont rasp the ear that I like best is the music I can at least huni Not so ihese longhairs thought Quite obviously Im never go ing to be initiatedinto their ex clusive fraternity Theywouldnt have me and Im not sure TQ be happv perpetuating such a pose as Id have to assume in their ranks But again I have no quarrel with quarrel so long as theyre content to let1 me enjoy the kind of music I want I dont care how longhaired they get in the bosom of their own family Average Ear Claimed All of these things I mention by way of suggesting that in my musical tastes and in my capacity to appreciate music I probably come pretty close to the national average On the one hand Im not a monotone on the other Im without any of the qualities of a genius But I dolike music Vicinity of Kaesong Red Offer of New Truce Site Accepted AP Wirephoto PHIL LEAPS AND MONTES Rizzuto Yankee shortstop leaps in with ball to put tag on Lef tf ielder Monte Irvin of the Giants out trying to steal second base in the first inning of Mondays World Series game Umpire Lee Ballanfant races over to call the play Rizzuto took a high throw fromCatcher Yogi Berra to nip Irvin Yanks Square Series on 62 Win SCORE BY INNINGS 9 R H Yanks Giants Big Chief Allie Reynolds in 8Hit Hill Job Over Giants New New York Yankees defeated the New York Giants 62 here Monday afternoon at the Polo Grounds in the 4th game of the World Series to square the series at two games apiece Allie Reynolds who threw two nohit the season stopped the National league championswith 8 hits headed for second and beat Thom sons cutoff throw to Stanky Brown lined to Mays Only one run is earned Two runs two hits one error one left Giants The official attendance was announced as 49010 paid Gerry Coleman went in to play second and McDougald moved over to 3rd Lockman bounced out Rizzuto to Collins Thomson singled off the left field wall Mays lofted to DiMaggip Westrum struck out No runs one hit no er rors none left EIGHTH INNING Yankees Collins went out on a FIRST INNING i Yankees Maglie walked Bauer on 4 pitches Rizzuto went down swinging Mays came in fast for Serras liner DiMaggio after foul ng off 5 pitches looked at a sharp breaking curve for a 3rd called strike No runs no hits no errors one left Giants Stanky lined to Rizzuto Dark slammed a double off the left ieldlwall Thompson rolled to Me Dougald and was out on a close play Dark advancing to 3rd Irvin irilled a single between short and Ird scoring Dark to put thej Slants in front 10 It was Irvinsj 8th hit of the series Irvin wasi caught stealing Rizzuto pulling in a and second Thomson Bauers hot grounder 3rd base line and threw hint out at first One run two hits no errors one left Giants Dark dented the left field wall with his second straight double Thompson popped to Mc Dougald behind first Irvin went down swinging DiMaggio raced into leftcenter to pull down Lock mans long fly No runs one hit no errors one left FIFTH INNING Yankees Rizzuto raised a high pop to Stanky Berra slapped a ground single past Stanky into down Berras high throw to make j right DiMaggio crashed a home a nice tag One run two hits no i errors none left SECOND INNING Yankees Woodling blooped a That I think is why from its iaiKces woocuing oiuopea a behind 3rd Thomson fum bled McDougalds bounder but Woodling was forced to hold up at second Mays made a spectacu lar backtotheplate catch of Browns long drive to rightcenter Mays slipped and fell on the wet grass after making the catch and Woodling raced to 3rd as McDou gald held first Collins shot a line single into right scoring Woodling with the tying run and sending McDougald to second Reynolds flied to Irvin in leftcenter The concert money association on hand a inception a quarter of a century ago or so Ive been attracted to what has come to be refarred to as the organized audience ap proach to music in my community It has meant hearing a lot of ar tists that otherwise would never have come to my town What this means of course is that a fund is built up through modestly priced memberships in a With the committee thumbs through an extended list of available artists and chooses the who look best and who can be had with the financial lim itations In IowaFalls Whats true of my community with its 30000 population is even more true of smaller communities Take Iowa Falls for example with a population of 5000 Heres the way its newspaper stated the case recently During its 3 years of operation the concert series has become an great meaning to It has brought to institution of Iowa Falls our community a regular program of musical entertainment that otherwise is to be found only in the larger cities That amazing mens singing or ganization the de Paur Infantry chorus was cited as a case in point Only through the organized audience approach would this truly great attraction be available in a town the size of Iowa Falls Multiply Iowa Falls by several hundred to gain some notion of the importance of this thing na tionally Everybodys Been Helped The program has brought music to America on the large scale It has given employment to artists who otherwise would find the po Ing hard It has meant opportunity to scores of rising artists with a low price tag On the face of it this whole business would appear to be in a class with mother love or an au tumn sunset Its hard to believe that anybody gifted with even a modicum of common sense could CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 run into the upper left field stands scoring Berra ahead of him and putting the Yankees ahead 41 The homer his 8th in 10 World Series was a line smash that kept rising as it landed into the stands about 350 feet away Sheldon Jones a righthander started warming up in the Giants bullpen Woodling raised a high pop fly to Dark McDougald went down swinging Two runs two hits no errors none left Giants on 5 pitches Mays hit a onebouncer to Reynolds who started a double play the pitcher to Rizzuto to Collins It was the second straight time that Mays had hit into a in to pitch for the Giants Berra raised a high pop to Thomson be hind the pitchers mound DiMag gio was caught looking at a 3rd strike Woodling also struck out No runs no hits no errors none left Giants Thompson walked Irvin ripped a single into center for hisItariv sl1Le are iesyunsiamty 9th hit of the senessendmgjfor the delay in negotiatious dur runners held Bauers viciousj double play after a walk to Thorn grounder toward short hit Mc Dougald on the leg for an auto matic single as well as an auto matic out One run 3 hits one er ror two left Giants Lockman struck out swinging Thomson walked Mays grounded into a double play Riz zuto to McDougald to Collins No runs no hits no errors none left THIRD INNING Yankees Thomson moved to his left for Rizzutos high bouncer son Westrum walked Jack Lohr ke a rightbanded hitter batted for Maglie Lohrke popped to Mc Dougald on the edge of the out field grass in right No runs no hits1 no errors one left SIXTH INNING Yankees Sheldon Jones went in to pitch for the Giants Brown smacked a double Monte Kenne dy a lefthander started warming up in the Giants bullpen Collins fhed to Irvin Brown holding sec and got the ball out of the webond Reynolds went out Thom bing of his glove just in time to throw tile runnerout Berra lined son to Lockman Bauer lined right to Stanky No runs one hit to Thompson DiMaggio blazed a no errors one left single into left for his first hit Giants Stanky struck out Dark of the series in 13 times at batgot his 3rd straight double on a Woodling flied to Irvin who had hot grounder that hugged the 3rd trouble locating the ball in the sun and had to make a backpedaling onehanded catch in deep leftcen ter No runs one hit no errors one left Giants Westrum struck out on a full count Reynolds needed only 3 pitches to fan Maglie who was caught looking at a fast ball Stanky fouled to Berra to the left of the plate No runs no hits no errors none left FOURTH INNING Yankees McDougald flied to Mays in straight center Dark raced into the hole to make a brilliant stop of Browns grounder but his hurried throw pulled Lockmans foot off the bag and vn was credited with a single Collins walked Reynolds rapped a single into center scoring Brown and sending Collins to 3rd Reynolds headed for second on Mays throw to 3rd but Dark cut off the throwin and Reynolds was caught base line and rolled into foul ter ritory after passing 3rd The rec ord for most doubles in a game is 4 made fay Frank Isbell of the Chicago White Sox in 1906 Riz zuto took Thompsons pop Irvin raised a high foul to Collins No runs one hit no errors one left SEVENTH INNING Yankees Rizzuto punched a sharp ground single to left Mays hauled in Berras long drive Di Maggio popped to Stanky Wood ling walked On the 4th pitch to McDougald Wcstrum fired to Stanky at second and Rizzuto un able to get back dashed for 3rd Stanleys relay to Thomson hit Rizzuto on the back and the ball rolled to the 3rd base field boxes Rizzuto scored on Stankys error and Woodling went to second Mc Dougald lined a single past Thom son scoring Woodling to put the Yankees in front 61 On Irvins throw to the plate McDougald Proposal Okayed in Panmunjom Is Selected Town By OLEN CLEMENTS Tokyo Matthew B Ridgway Monday night accepted inprinciple the communist pro posal that Korean ceasefire talks aegin anew near Panmunjom The supreme allied commander said a site in the immediate vici nity of that red outpost 6 miles southeast of Kaesong would meet iie fundamental condition of equality of movement and con trol The reds broke off the talks at Kaesong Aug 23 Ridgway told the top communist commanders in Korea he was in structing his liaison officers to meet red liaison officers at 7 p m Tuesday CST to hammer out details for reopening talks Presumably the liaison meeting will be held in Panmunjom as were most of its predecessors Extend Neutral Zone Ridgway answered a red note received Sunday In it the reds proposed 1 The truce talks be shifted to Panmunjom 2 The Kaesong 5mile neutral zone be extended to include Mun san site of the UN command ad vajice headquarters about 15 miles away 3 Both sides to assume respon sibility for controlling the confer ence effect to establish joint armed control It is my view Ridgway said that all that is necessary is a small neutral zonearound the new Congress Faces Decision fo Sfep Up Atomic Race But Hickenlooper Warns of Hysteria on Weapons high pop to Thomson Reynolds conference with Kaesong T mirt went down swinging Bauer slapped a single over Darks head into left Rizzuto was called out on strikes hitrno er rors one left v Giants Bill Rigney a right handed batter went in to hit for struck out Stanky singled to left Reynolds grabbed Darks rap back to the box and started a double play the pitcher to Rizzuto to was the Yankees 3rd double play No runs one hit no errors none left NINTH INNING Yankees Monte Kennedy went site itself Munsan and the road to munjom from Kaesong and Mun san free from His message lied troops are in the area the reds want cleared and Ridgway does not want to pull them out He said it was essential that any new site be located approximate ly halfway between the allied and communist front lines Only so his message said can each side be expected todis charge its share of responsibility for the security of the approaches to the conference site and of the Red Responsibility The message was addressed to Kim n Sung North Korean pre mier and Gen Peng Tehhuai commander of Chinese commu nist forces in North Korea Ridgway opened his reply with the statement We again ically state that the responsibility Thompson to second Bob Kuzavs a lefthander and Johnny Sain a righthander started wanning up in the Yankee bullpen Lockman1 flied to Woodling in left Thorn son lashed a single overMcDougj aids head into leftfield scoring Thompson and sending Irvin to1 3rd Manager Casey Stengel came out to talkwith his battery Mays worked the count to 3 and two the 3rd straight batter to do so then slapped a one bouncer to Riz zuto who started a gameending ing the past several weeks is yours G O GOULD Injured Mrs Gould Dies in Crash Husband Hurt Mrs G O Gould 68 of Mason City was killed and her husband 74 was in serious condition at Mercy hospital in Anamosa fol lowing a headon collision Sunday morning two miles east of Wyom ing Iowa The accident occurred about 11 a m The occupants of the other car Mr and Mrs M E Burns pf Elgin were also hospitalized Long Mrs In STasor City childhood attended the Mason City schools and was married to MrGould 46 yearsago in Mason City Surviving are her husband daughter Mrs Stephen Mary Richardson Seattle Wash two grandchildren Steve and Faith Richardson and two brothers Dr Hal and Floyd Naramore Seattle Wash Mr and Mrs Richardson were m Anamosa Monday and expect to be hi Mason City Tuesday Mrs Gould was a member of the P E O the First Congrega tional church and the Clio club Funeral arrangements are in complete The Major funeral lome will te in charge Once Commissioner Mr Gould is well known in Ma son City and Cerro Gordo county The exchange of messages He served as commissioner under leaves the two sides about one ap th negotiation but drawing closer Ridgway had proposed that talks be resumed near Songhyon about a mile from Panmunjom He may still be holding out for that war battered village in his reference to the immediate vi cinity of Panmunjom double play the shortstop to Colej The reds have climbed down man to Collins K was Mays 3rd from thenstronger demands made rounder lvhich tied frequently since the talks broke had to go to Illinois to vis a World Series record One run off more than 6 weeks ago it a relative If is likely they were two nits no errors one lpff i jz r the old city commission form of government for 4 years and was a candidate for supervisor some years ago For 8 years he managed the National Clay Products com pany Friends of the Goulds here they left Mason City Saturday for Cedar Rapids where Mr Gould attended a state board of directors meeting of the TravelersProtec tive association After that they Iran Chief Lands Will Defend His Countrys Oil New York Premier Mohammed Mossadegh arrived here by plane Monday to defend In thenmessage Sunday they finally agreed for the first time the talks could be moved fromj Kaesong j It was also noted the reds didj not repeat their demands that appropriate tablished to UN violations neutral zone be es alleged of the Kaesong machinery deal with on their way there when dent occurred The condition ofMr Gould at the hospital in Anamosa Monday was described as serious Highway patrolmen said the Burnses were headed for Califor nia on vacation The Burns car apparently hit a soft shoulder and swerved back on to the highway Washington joint congressional atomic energy committee faced the momentous decision Monday whether to recommend that America sharply step up her pace in the international atomic arms race Up for committeeapproval was a recommendation by Chairman Brien McMahon DConn that there be an all out expansion of this countrys atomic production McMahbns proposal found growing congressional sup port in the wake of ments regarding new develop nients in American and Russian atomic production But from one committee member Sen Bourke B Hickenlooper RIowa came a warning against being led into hysteria over atomic develop ments Hickenlooper said he favors a sound and orderly expansion of atomic production He warned House Recommends SliceinSavannah River Atom Project Washington house appropriations committee Mon day recommended a cat of 5284 alwve 50 per cent proposed for develop ment of the great Savannah riv er atomic plant In reducingttfc allotment to the committee said it was disturbed hy reports of waste and inefficiency and toy lack of accurate information about the cost of land and con struction It said the reduced fundWill meet any emergency needs until congress can take another Ttook in no way retard the construction progress of this important proj ect The atomic energy commission cut was embodied in a supple mental money Mil which also made a reduction of 5357070950 in funds budgeted for defense construction and slashed S24 300000 out of the program of the federal security afenoy for defense housing and facilities n previous committee votes hut roponents decided to make an other attempt for a finalfavorable vote by the end of the week Brent Spence of the house banking com mittee pressed for quick commit ee approval of a revision of the socalled Capehart amendmentin he price control law The re vision which he administrations pricecontrol powers has already won senate approval William Benton who hasbeen called the mental midget from Connecticut by Sen Joseph R McCarthy had a namefor the Wisconsin republican Joseph Benton used the ag to point up his claim that Mc Carthy had joined the drive to weed communists out of the gov ernment belatedly and after the administratioa had already taken the lead hat such an expansion will not reduce military spending on con ventional arms in the foreseeable future E Stassen who las charged that Philip C Jessup avored a prored China policy in 1949 had a chance to saywhether approves of Jessups nomina tion as a delegate to the UN gen eral assembly Stassen said he ntended topresent fresh ma erial to a senate foreign rela tions subcommittee on some pha ses of TJS Pacific policy in which Jessup has been influential S e a vf a lined up again to block another attempt to push this controversial St Law seaway and power project through the house public works committee The pro ect has been narrowly defeated litting the Gould car headonpa trolmen said Injuries Severe Doctors said Gould s uffeied very severe lacerations and chest njuries but that the full extent of lis injuries would not be known until xrays have been completed crackeil ribs and a broken leg and Mrs Burns a jroken leg and very deep fac ial cuts hospital authorities said NOBEL WINNER DIES P Meyerhof 67 professor of Bio chemistry at the JJnrverMty of Pennsylvania andVI923Nbbel prize winner in medicine died Saturday at his apartment home here his countrys oil nationalization the United Naj program before tions A spokesman for the Royal Dutch KLM Airlines said the pre miers plane landed at a m and that Mossadegh left without having to go through the usual customs and immigration check The ailing 72 year old premier planned to stay at New York hos pital leaving the hospital only to attend sessions of the UN security council ADDS 60 The Gordo county Red Cross blood bottle defense re ceived a boost of 60 registrants Saturday brinsinjr the total number up to 465 or a little more than 68 per cent full The quota is675 Registrants should mail their appointment card back at once confirming1 the time set so that the schedule can becompleted This must be done now in advance of titeap pearance of the Jbloodmobile unit here on Oct 1618 Mrs Floyd Johnson donor recruit ment chairman said Monday Persons may use the blank be low or simply call the Ked Cross offices phone 1321 clip here SAME Black tnrnns paU 21 honfj dekth Ii Sheriffs Office photo CAR AMPUTATES car and tractor lost a wheel Saturday when the auto driver Loren E Rogneby 21 Minneapolis misjudged his distance when attempt ing to pass the tractor Both are in the ditch opposite the Mullaney farm 4 miles south of the Mason City limits on highway 65 Neither the driver of the tractor Jess L John son route 3 Rogneby or his S passengers appeared to be seriously hurt according to the deputy sheriff who investigated Rogneby Sam Carea Jr Keith Mickelsqn and Lowell Lysen all ot Minneapolis all members of the marine corps were on their way home on furlough from California Iowa Defense Blood Program AMERICAN RED CROSS I will be glad to donate my blood for defense Tour Name Tour Town Street Address or Box Your Telephone Number   

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