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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 9, 1951, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPIR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LVO Associated Press United Full Wires Five Cents Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBER 9 1851 This Paper Consists of Two Yanks Gain More Than on Wesf Front ft A 8th Army Headquarters Korea first division cavalrymen slashed out gains of more than a mile on the western front Tuesday The reds fought fiercely to stem the advance In the mountainous east communist troops held at tacking American and French forces to gains of a few hundred yards or none Ko heartbreak ridge and neighboring peaks Elsewhere along the front no significant action was reported in an early afternoon communique issued by the U S 8th army Allied troopsin the west fought off a series of Chinese probing attacks cover of dark ness They began Monday night and continued up to dawn Chinese Dug In The U S first cavalry attacked after daylight Tuesday northnorthwest of Yonchpn The foot troops drove 2000 yards for ward inthe morning The com munique said they were heavily engaged by entrenched Chinese at noon This battle scene of a heavy ar tillery duel Monday was about 20 miles northeast of Panmunjon proposed locale armistice talks for renewing The communique reported two allied attacks Tuesday in the vicinity of heartbreak ridge 20 miles north of the 38th parallel A red battalion atop a ridge stopped one assault in its tracks in the morning The other hacked out gains of 200 to 400 yards against North Koreans Communists Take Beating in Norway Oislo Norway ff Einar Gerhardsens labor part emerged stronger in Norway rural district and city council elections and the communist part took a drubbing incomplete re turns indicated Tuesday In the balloting Monday for 74 councils the labor party pollec the greatest vote running some 4 per cent of the total The com munists appeared to be losing twc fights of their 1947 vote and los ing council seats to the labor party With 330 of the 744 districts ac counted for the labor party rollet up a total of285202 votes The total vote cast in the election was 615770 Labor at this pointHad elected 3101 representatives to Infantrymen of the U S second divisions 38th regiment charged reds on Kim II Sling ridge with fixed bayonets a dispatch from the eastern front said They were reported locked hand tohand combat with the North Koreans The reds were receiving reinforcements from terraced bunkers on the ridgeline It con trols approaches to a valley west of heartbreak ridge Attacks Broken Farther north the field dis patch said heavy red mortar and artillery fire broke up an attack by units of the 9th infantry regi ment on a strategic hill The Americans regrouped and drove Parties of the antilaborite bloc showed individual gains but th communists were down to 42655 votes and 303 candidates elected At the same point in the counting 4 years ago the communists hac 63111 and 498 candidates elected Security Rule Defended by Secy Sawyer Philadelphia of Commerce Sawyer Tuesday de fended President Trumans recent northward to capture the hill at on security information and 3 p in A tank force raced up a valley the 4th consecutive iilGOt up T northernmost pi ridge Tankmen gineers during the night rebuil bunkers which had been destroyed Monday pilots fire bombed rocketed and bombed the area They said they killed or woundet 165 reds and destroyed 13 bunk i The 5th air force reported tha of 558 sorties flown up to 6 p m 47 were in support of allied in fantrymen Await Newest Red Message Tokyo reds will de liver a new message to the allies Wednesday presumably their lat est w o r d on reopening Korean truce talks Tuesday night they asked al lied liaison officers to pick up the message at Panmunjom proposed tiew locale for the talks Gen Matthew B Ridgway has suggested a meeting of liaison of ficers in the Panmunjom area to lay detailed plans for renewing ceasefire negotiations The reds gave no indication of what the message would contain They sent word of the message to Munsan advance headquarters of the UN command armistice dele gation where reports circulated that there may be changesin the 5man allied truce team There had been no indication that top red commanders had drafted their reply to Ridgways message broadcast Monday night In it he agreed to renew truce talks in the vicinity of Panmun jom but declined to enlarge the neutral zone as the communists wanted Ridgway also suggested the pre paratory Wednesday session of liaison officers said some protests against it are emotional outbursts about cen sorship is waging a hot war and a very real too much inilitary information is getting out Our object he said should be not only the utmost freedom consist ent with safety but the utmost safety consistent with freedom The presidents order issued Sept 25 extended to civilian agencies thesame policies on re lease of security information that have been in effect in the de fense and statedepartments Officials of all agencies of the government were given power to d e c i d e whether information should be withheld from the pub ic on the ground its release would endanger the national se curity No other standards for deciding what information should be withheld were laid down Republican lawmakers have as sailed the order as a method of oppressing legitimate news which the white house denies Legislation to nullify it has beeni offered The Associated Press Managing Sditors association representing newspapers across the nation unanimously passed a resolution erming the order a dangerous nstrument of news suppression Sawyer gave new expression to the adminstration view in an ad dress prepared for a luncheon of McDOUGALD SMOTHERED Rookie Gil McDougald Yankee man is smothered by his mates in the dugout just after he equalled a World Series record by crashing a grandslam home run against the Giants in Tuesdays World Series game His blow came in the 3rd inning when the Yanks scored 5 runs Yankees Flatten Giants 131 1 Attack by Yanks Includes Two Homers Lopat in 5Hitter for Second Win SCORE BY INNINGS Yanks Giants D 0fl NewYork Yankees smothered the Sfew York Giants 131 Tuesday with the most runs scored in a World Series game in15 years to take a 32 edge efore 47530 Polo Grounds fans Gil McDougald and Phil ilizzuto homered for the Yankees with McDougalds coming n the orun 3rd inning he bases loaded Ed Lopat tar Yankee southpaw won bis econd series game by stopping he Giants with 5 hits and hold rig them scoreless after the open ing frame FIRST INNING Yankees Woodling struck out itsaky gobbled Up 0 roller and threw him Berra valked on raced aehind 3rd for DiMaggios hot grounder and threw to Stanley who made a nice pickup of the ow throw to force Berra at sec nd The game marked DiMaggios j Oth to equal Frank Frischs World eries record for most games layed No runs no hits no errors ne left Giants Stanky grounded sharp r to Brown who threw him out iark stroked a line single into left Thomson raised a high fly to Di Maggio Irvin singled off the left lower right field stands barely in side the foul pole for a home run scoring Woodling ahead of him The right field stands are only 25 feet from home plate Berra popped to Dark DiMaggio drilled a single into left field Mize fonlec to Westrum Two runs two hits no errors one left Irvin bounced oui Brown I to Mize Rizzuto took Lockmans grounder and got off a quick snap throw for the putout Mays sent a high fly to Woodling No runs no hits no errors none left FIFTH DfiVIXG field wall sending Dark to 3rd and when Woodling juggled the ball Dark continued home and Irvin stopped at second on the error Lpckman sent a soft fly to DiMaggio behind second base One run two hits one error one left Yankees Thomson came in fast for McDougalds slow bounder and threw him out Brown punched a single into left Collins went down swinging Kennedy deflected Lo pats smash to Stanfcy who tossed turn out No runs one hit no er rors one left Giants Hartung sent DiMaggio he P o or Richard club which chose him to receive a citizenship ward The club is an organiza tion of business and professional men originally founded by Ben arnin Franklin Swedish Farmer Labels Livestock for Hunters Sobergra Sweden elk unting season in Soberga pro uced so many dead cows that one armer Tuesday painted cow horse etc in white paint Ithe sides of his livestock on MacNider Urges Taft to Start Campaign Hanford MacNider in a letter toi Sen Robert A Taft ROhio the leading Americans to battle Tuesday urged that Taft get his candidacy for the presidency un der way MacNider a leader in the re publican party in Iowa for many years wrote Taft that if the con fidence of the American people in their government is to be restored we must find your kind of leader ship at its head For the republican party the day for playing it both ways is over the MacNider letter contin ued There can be no compromise with the destructive dishonest and nationwrecking program ot the present administration The battle lines arc drawn and we need your courngo your integ rity your experience and your proven abilities to fight and win for decency and plain ordinary common sense in government All American citizens with their countrys good at heart be they republicans or democrats will welcome the opportunity which your candidacy will give them to fight beside you for the restora tion and preservation of this re public Lets get it under way Monday night meantime for mer G O P State Chairman Wil lis York of Madrid announced in Des Moines that he had wired Taft urging him to seek the presidency and pledging his best efforts to nominate and the Ohioan York said he assured Taft a great majority of republicans in Iowa and the midwest want you as leader SECOND EsTsTNG Yankees Mays galloped in to take Mizes towering fly Thom son fielded McDougalds hot smash inside the 3rd base line then threw wildly past Lockman allow ing McDougald to reach second Irvin came in fast for Browns low liner Collins rolled to Lockman who flipped to Jansen covering first No runs no hits one error one left Giants Mays walked on a full count Hartung hit a onebouncer Ear back for his 425foot drive Westrums drive went for a double when Woodling failed in his at empt to make a headlong catch 3ill Rigney batting for Kennedy lied to Woodling Stanky alsoj flied to Woodling No runs one hit no errors one left I SIXTH INNING j Yankees George Spencer be came the 3rd Giant pitcher Stan ky took Woodlings roller at the edge of the infield grass anc whipped underhanded for the out Rizruto ripped a single into left jfield Berra rifled a hit and run single to right sending Rizzuto to 3rd When Hartung bobbled the ball Rizzuto continued home Har tung who had a possible chance to throw Rizsuto out at the plate fired to second instead where Berra easily beat the throw to Dark DiMaggio flied to Hartung Mize dropped a double behind sec ond scoring Berra to put the Yankees in front 91 Mavs made a long run for the ball and just missed making a diving catch Me Dougald bounced to Thomson whose throw to first pulled Lock nian off the bag but the first base walked on 4 pitches Rizzuto Tnan made a swiping tag to retire the left field line that Thomson deflected into foul territory scor ing Woodling and Rizzuto with the 3rd and4th runs of the inning Dark fielded Bauers sharp grounder and threw to Thomson to catch DiMaggio going to 3rd Fonr runs two hits no errors one left Giants Coleman went to second base and McDougald moved to 3rd replacing Brown for the Yankees Mays struck out swinging Har tung bounced out Coleman to Collins Westrum went down swinging No runs no hits no er rors none left EIGHTHINNING Yankees McDougald grounded Dark to Lockman Coleman struck out Lockman fumbled Collins hopper but recovered in time to throw to Corwin for the out No runs no hits no errors none left Giants Dave Williams batting for Corwin rolled out Rizzuto to Collins Rizzuto also threw out Stanky Dark lined to McDougald No runs no hits no errors none left NINTH INNING Egyptians Agree to Oust British Snap Troop Pact Yankees Alex Konikowski be came the Giants 5th pitcher Lo pat fouled to walloped a tremendous triple to the bullpen in right field Irui was out s trying to stretch it into s homer Hartung to Stanky to Wes trum Hizzuto bounced out Thom son to Lockman No runs one Mt no errors none left Giants McDougald threw but Thomson Woodling made a sen sational running catch of Irvins mash to deep leftcenter to rob Monte of an extra base hit and a chance to tie the World Series record of 12 hits Lockmaa was an easy out Rizzuio to Collins No runs no hits no errors none left Mutual Aid Bill Had 5 Years to Go Crowds Mass in Cairo Streets London warned Egrypt Tuesday she intends to keep her full rights under the two countries 20year defense pact Cairo moved Monday to void that treaty Foreign Sec retary Herbert Morrison said in a statement that Britain would not recognize the legality of Egypts onesided action in mov ing to reject the treaty Cairo Egypt dem ocstrated in Cairo streets Tuesdaj celebrating Egypts decision t cancel her mutual defense treat with Britain But Britain in sisted that Egynt has no legal right to break off the pact which lets British troops and plane guard the Suez canal from Egyp tian bases Prime Minister Mustafa Nahas Pasha laid bills before a cheerin parliament Monday night to cms the British by breaking the 2C year agreement It was signed i 1936 and still has 5 years to run The British embassy in Cair promptly issued a statement as serting Nahas Pashas no legal force since the treal contains no provisions for denun ciation at any time jjscx provisionpermitting renegotiation af its terms after 10 years Th two countries have been arguing over them since 1946 Nahas Pashas bills also would cancel the 1899 treaty which es ablished joint British and Egyp ian rule over the Sudan the wile to the box and Lopat started a double play the pitcher to Mc Dougald to Mize Brown stopped Westrums sharp grounder with his chest and threw to Mine for the putout No runs no hits no errors none left THIRD INNING Yankees Jansen grabbed Lo pats onebouncer back to the box and tossed him out Woodling walked Berra hit sharply to Lock man who threw to Dark forcing Rizzuto as Woodling went to 3rd DiMaggio pumped a single into short left scoring Woodling to tie the score at 11 Irviri playing deep attempted to make a shoe the runner Two runs 3 hits one error one left Giants Hank Bauer went in to rightfield and Collins switched to first for the Yankees Dark grounded eut Rizzuto to Collins Thomson sent a liner right at suung catch and kicked the ball Brown Irvin cracked a single to center for his llth hit of the se ries Rizzuto made a nice pickup of Lockmans high chopper be hind the mound and got his man with a quick throw to Collins No runs one hit no errors one left SEVENTH INNING Yankees Brown walked on 4 pitches Collins laid down a bunt halfway between home plate and the mound and beat Spencers throw for a single Gerry Coleman ran for Brown Lopat rapped to Spencer who started to throw to second apparently became con fused and threw to first instead to retire the pitcher as both run ners advanced Woodling walked for the 3rd time to load the bases Rizzuto walked forcing in Cole man That was all for Spencer Al Corwin replaced him Corwins second pitch to Berra was a wild pitch which allowed Collins to back to the infield en abjjng Berra to reach 3rd and Di gip second on the error Mize was given an intentional pass to oad the bases McDougald wal oped a grandslam homer into the upper left field stands putting the Yankees in front 51 This tied a World Series record first set by Elmer Smith Oct 10 1920 for Cleveland and equalled by the Yankees Tony Lazzeri Oct 2 1936 Brown slapped a ground Dingle into center Collins flied to Mays in short leftcenter Five runs 3 hits one error one left Giants Jack Lohrke went in to hit for Jansen and struck out Stanky was an easy out Lopat to Mize Dark singled into center field Woodling loped in for Thom sons high fly No runs one hit no errors one left j FOURTH INNING j Yankees Montia Kennedy went in to pitch for the Giants Lopat was called out on strikes Wood ling walked for the second straight time Rizzuto reached out and punched an outside pitch into the score and the other runners to ad vance a base each Berra flied to Irvin in short left and Montes quick throw to the infield kept the runners glued to their bases DiMaggio rammed a double down Restaurant Men Name Joe Seger Des Moines Harry Wood Des Moines was elected presiden f the Iowa Restaurant association Joe E W Seger of the Maple Inn afe Mason City was advancec o first vice president All About The Weather Mason City Fair Tuesday nigh and Wednesday Warmer Wed nesday Low Tuesday night 42 to 44 High Wednesday 68 to 70 Iowa Fair Tuesday night anc Wednesday warmer Wednes day Low Tuesday night 45 High Wednesday 65 to 70 Fur ther outlook Generallyrfair am mild Thursday and Friday Iowa 5Day Outlook atures will average 3 to 6 de grees above normal Nonna high in 60s Normal low in low 40s Continued slow risin trend with warm days bu rather cool nights Rainfall will be very light averaging than onetenth of an inch oc curring Thursday night Minnesota Fair Tuesday nigh and W e d n e s d a y Wanner Wednesday Low Tuesday night 35 to 40 High Wednesday near 70 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Tuesday Maximum 58 Minimum 42 At 8 a m 47 Precipitation 02 YEAR AGO Maximum 58 Minimum 34 SAME Black tUj iratfio death t hoanO Jpper Nile territory adjoining Egypt on the south Since Worlc war IT Egypt has wanted to take the Sudan under sole Egyptian rule InLondon the British foreign ffice said it would refuse to rec ognize the onesided break in fhe treaty relationship The foreign office showed signs of considerable shock at the abrupt action taken by the Egyp tian prime minister The British were shaping new proposals springing from Atlantic pact de cisions to create a middle east de fense command under which a severalnation garrison might da fend the Court Orders Yankovich Records Open Des Moines Iowa of fice of price administration re ported Monday that after Mike Yankovich Mason City used car dealer failed to enter an appear ance Federal J u d g e Henry N Graven Monday gave OPS an or der directing Yankovich to open his business records for OPS ex aminatlon i It is the first such case filed ELECTIONEERING WinstonChurchilltoryleader has a pat for this little girl ashe a tourofhis constituency in Woodford Essex Eng Saturday Britains general election is scheduled forOcfc25L US Failed to Press Huge Back Tax Claim By B L LIVINGSTONE Washington of alleged irregularities in th nations tax collection servic promised Tuesday to spread new quarters As a house waysand means ofJames P Fmnegan resignec SL Louis collector of interna revenue committee counsel Ad rian W Dewind told newsmen There are other collectors of Ices under investigation now The results of those investigations are not complete entirely possible yet but it is they will be arought into public Hearing He aid the Detroit internal revenue fflce is definitely one of the fflces under investigation Recalled Dewinds statement came asthe ommittee scheduled testimony from Francis J1 Smith internal evenue collector in Philadelphia and recalled Hugh Finnegan rother of questioning James for further concerning Ms as ociations with indicted Boston tollector Denis W Delaney Also Ttewind spoke following senate speech Monday by Sena tor Williams HDeL saying the overnment ias failed to press income tax claims of S675334rl gainst aKansas City business man statements on the Kansas City tax case were denied y tte businessmans attorney Williams named the business es as Ardeis HMyers and said 71726 of the governments claim ad been left idle so long it was o longer recoverable due to the tatuteof limitations Particularly suspicious Wil ams said was the identity of the wyer who opposed the claims ainst Myers Williams named ie lawyer as D M Nee and said e was the former internal reve ue collector under Whom the aims against Myers were filed Knows Nothing In astatement at Kansas City onday night to newsmen Nee aid Myers tax affairs had never een in his hands and that he new nothing of them unffl two Congress Votes Sioux City Base Washington appropriations The Jhouse for l fense squadrpniat m rorr insteadofatOffutf 3ase Omaha Nebiv f by the OPS in Iowa In asking for a court order OPS claimed1 that Yankovich twice had refused ref to open his books to investigators he became M as required by OPS regulations The OPS contends that one of Yankovichs customers had made a complaint of an overceiling j charge for a car tax attor ney Nee said the collectors office Savings Loan League Elects Algona Man Waterloo P Brown Sioux City headed the Iowa Sav ngs and Loan league as president Tuesday succeeding Vern L Meyers Ames Brown was elected at the eagues annual state convention icre Monday Other officers elected included C R Labarre Algona first vice jresident John Vosatka Cedar Rapids second vice president E M KlapkaFort Dodge secretary which he headed at Kansas Citj from 1933 to 1948 handles taxes involving only net income up to jSTOOO for an individual and S25 000 gross for an individuals busi ness Nee said Myers income hac always exceeded the limit anc his taxes were therefore handled by the revenue agents office a separate organization with head quarters for Missouri in St Louis Thus he said he never handled or knew anything about Myers taxes while he WBS collector at Kansas City Also Nee said Myers had signed waivers of the statute of limita tions keeping the entire case open Nee said Myers has never been told how much the government claims he owes and that the fi reasurer and Adair Ross Des nal audit went in only last Thurs loincs J O Halvorsen nd Meyers members of the Myers said he did not care to cutive committee comment KILLED HIGHWAY Coon Rapids Reil ng 62 of Coon Rapids was kill Monday in a carpedestrian accident on highway 141 west of here 43TOGOjrA total of sons iayej now registered as donors in the blood recruitment 1 program Mrs Floyd Johnson recruitment chairman reported Tuesday This makes 43 to go o reach the 675 goaL And the 3 are badly needed as alter nates in order to complete the appointment schedule Mrs Johnson saidIf these could foe close to the bloodmobile site that would be so much the bet ter she said Mrs Johnson again emphasized the impor tance of donors sending back the appointment reply card so the schedule can be completed The bloodmobile headquarters will be in the basement of Trin ity Lutheran church Oct 1618 Persons may use the blank be low or telephone 132L 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 KILLED BY GRADER Williams Minard 44 Williams was killed Monday j night when he was run over by j a road grader on a county road I Your Telephone Number   

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