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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 10, 1951, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowos Doily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSfAMR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH JOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LVIII Associated Press United Press FuU Lease Wires Five Cents Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 10 1951 This Paper Consist ol Two No 1 Wild Cairo Crowd in Attack on West Business Houses By EDWARD POLLAK Cairo Egypt wild crowd armed with stones and clubs surged through the downtown streets of Cairo Wed nesday attacking westernbusiness houses in a frenzy of antiforeign rioting from Prime Minister Mustapha El Nahas Pashas denunciation of the AngloEgyptian treaty and his bid to chase all British troops off Egyptian soil The rest of the Arab world meanwhile joined Egypt in full support behind its to drive Britain out of its Suez canal encampments and the AngloEgyptian Sudan A British and a French firm and the trucks of Coca Cola and PepsiCola distributors were first targets for attack by shouting mobs Buildings Stoned They also stoned and attempted to storm the big Immobilia build ings m the court of Cairo The two buildings constructed around an open court house a number of American and British business of fices The assault against the Immo bilia buildings was touched off by someone who threw a firecracker or some other explosive from an Immobilia balcony into a crowd of demonstrators marching orderly fashion below No onewas injured by the ex plosive but its loud roar in furiated the crowd It swarmed into the courtyard heaving Several men wield ing clubs attempted to force an entrance They failed to get in and the crowd of several hundred dis persed The Immobilia contains offices of a number of American firms including the Associated Press and the Superior Oil company The British sponsored Arab News agency and the big British Im perial Chemical industries have offices there minutes after the crowd broke away irbm the buildings an one carrying Coca Cola the other PepsiCola They turned one truck over and grabbed bottles to use as missiles The bottles were flung at the nearbypremises of LAir Liquide and British Thomson Houston Down with Britain up with Egypt the rioters shouted Police reinforcements rushed to the scene of the riots and had some difficulty dispersing the crowds The mobs broke up into small groups and went off shouting for cancellation of the AngloEgyptian alliance Steelhelmeted police wielding clubs patrolled the main Cairo streets Shopkeepers hurriedly lowered their shutters About TheWeaiher Mason and warmer Wednesday night Low Wednes AP Wirephoto SCOOTER IN Rizzuto Yankees shortstop whips the ball to first to complete a doubleplay after getting a force out on sliding Alvin Dark Giant shortstop in the 3rd inning of Wednesdays World Series The Scooter set up the double play by grabbing Whitey Lockmans bouncer and stepping on second The action shot was made day night 45 Fair and mild Thursday with high 75 Iowa Mostly fair and mild Wed nesday night and Thursday Low with 60inch long lens camera from left Wednesday night 45 to 50 High Thursday 70 northeast 80 south west Further outlook General ly fair and mild Friday slight ly cooler in northeast corner Continued fair arid mild Satur day group of young Egyptians accompanied by two policemen knocked on the bolted door of the AP1 office They demanded an office mes senger by name and the police marched olf with him Furniture Destroyed Furniture equipment and ma chinery was destroyed at the of fices of the British Thomson Houston company and the French firm LAif pquidc Books arid papers wereVsed for a The crowds attacked two trucks Minnesota Partly cloudy Wednes day night and north portion Wednesday night and over most of state Thurs day Low Wednesday night 40 north 45 south High Thursday 55 to 60 northeast 70 southwest GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Wednesday Yankees Take World Series SCORE BY INNINGS 8 9 R Giants Minimum At S a m YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 70 41 44 67 43 Hank Bauers 3Run Triple in 6th Decisive in 43 Win New York New York won the World Series 4 games to 2 by defeating theJfew York Giants 43 here Wednesday afternoon at stadium In taking the series the Yanks took 3 straight games after losingtwo of the first 3 contests The Yanks had to stop a 9th inning Giant rally which produced 2 runs in Wednesdays game The clinching blow in the triumph was a 3run 6th inning tri ple by Outfielder Hank Bauer with 2 down It marked the 3rd straight series title for the Yanks and their 14th in history FIRST INNING Giants Stanky rolled out Mc Dougald to Mize Dark watched a 3rd strike go by Lockman smashed Raschfs first pitch into he lower right field stands on one iop for an automatic double Irvin grounded to Rizzuto who threw to Mize for the out No runs one hit no errors one left Yankees Rizzuto popped to Irvin behind short Coleman cracked a line single into center ield Berra belted a double against the low barrier in right field ending Coleman to 3rd DiMaggio vas given an intentional pass It was the second time in two days that Giant p i tc h er s purposely passed a batter to pitch to Mc Dougald Tuesday the youngster ager Casey Stengel and several Yankees claimed Thomson failed to touch second on his way to 3rd but Umpire Barlick at 2nd base did not agree with them Westrum smacked into a fast double play Rizzuto 19 Coleman to Mize No runs onerhit errors one left Yankees DiMaggio flied to Mays in short center It was DiMaggios 198th official time at bat in his 51st World Series game both rec ords McDougald popped to Lock man on the grass inside first base Lockman knocked down Mizes torrid smash past first but it Went into right field for a singleBauer fanned No runs one hit no errors FIFTH INNING crossed the Giants up by hitting Giants Mays lashed a single tinued on to second on the error DiMaggio was given an intention al pass With a two strike count on McDougald Koslo uncorked a low wild pitch each runner ad vancing a base Thomson sneared a liner by McDougald as the run ners held their bases Mize walked to load the bases With a full count Bauer blasted a triple against the screen in deep left field about 400 feet away clearing the bases and putting the Yankees in front 41 Stankv tossed out Woodling Three runs two hits one error one left SEVENTH INNING Giants Joe Collins replaced Mize at first base for the Yankees Mays slashed a single to right Billy Rigney a righthanded hitter batted for Koslo Rigney banged a ground single past Collins into rightfield Mays stopping at sec ond That was all for Raschi and he was replaced by Righthander Johnny Sain Stanky flied to Bauer inside the line in short right Dark struck out missing a sharpbreak ing curve ball Lockman flied to DiMaggio on the first pitch No runs two hits no errors two left Yankees Jim Hearn went in to pitch for the Giants Sain ground ed to Dark who threw him out 50 Yank Tanks Lead Infantry 8 Miles Through Red Lines Press for Speedup of Truce Talk By ROBERT B TTJCKMAN Munsan Korea of ficers Wednesday picked a site near Panmunjom for resuming Ko rean truce talks The spot is 6 air miles southeast of Kaesong where ceasefire nego tiations first began 3 months ago Wednesday The talks were broken off by the reds Aug 23 Another meeting of allied and red liaison oficers at Panmunjom was scheduled for 7 p m Wed nesday CST There was no immediate an nouncement of when the armistice delegations would reopen their even whether the time lad been set Preparations By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Fifty American tanks led thousands of U S infantry men on a surprise attack Wednesday that smashed 8 miles through Chinese lines in eastern Korea Gen James A Van Fleet in a surprise visit to the front expressed hope the raid will be the end of the Heartbreak ridge fighting Green Chinese troops turned and ran in the face of the armored thrust The surprise drive carried the raiding Americans past the village of Mundong miles north of the 38th paral1 for a meeting of the full delegations were pressed rapidly The UN truce team as sembled in Korea Allied service personnel went to Kaesong to nove equipment left there to the new site Everything indicated the UN command expected an early re sumption of fullscale efforts to end the shooting in Korea Wednesdays burst of activity started with communist acceptance of Gen Matthew B Ridgways proposal that liaison officers meet at Panmunjom to arrange for re newal negotiations The reds note of acceptance was delivered at 8 a mat Panmun jom Two hours later 6 liaison of ficers began their conference They met for two hours and 2 minutes In that time they walke half a mile southeast to a bridg where they spent half an hour taking notes They mapped an openair site near the bridge The choice p liaison officers is a recommenda tion which must be approved vby Rizzuto beat out an infield single to Dark who made a fine stop be hind second base Coleman went out on a low foul pop to Lockman Berra rolled out Stanky to Lock man No runs one errors one left EIGHTH INNING Giants Irvin missed an opportu nity to tie the series record of 12 hits when Woodling made a fine running catch of his drooping fly after the catch Mire lined to Stanky who made a leaping glovedhand catch One run two hits no errors two left SECOND INNING Giants Rizzuto raced behind 3rd tomake a nice stop of Thom sons bouncer but his hurried got away from Berra for a passed ball Mays going to second Koslo swing and blooped a single into short leftcenter Thompson stopping at on a 32 pitch flied deep to Bauerjsecond Dave Williams went iS to in right Mays going to 3rd after the catch Stanky flied deep to Woodling in left who made a fine running overthehead catch Mays tagged up and scored easilv to deadlock the count at 11 Dark throw pulled Mize off the bag and walked on a full count Lockman Thomson was credited with a single Thompson raised a high pop to Rizzuto Westrum walked on a full count Mays lined to Bauer inside the right field line Koslo popped to Rizzuto No runs one bit no errors two left GETS DROP ON AUTRY GlobcGiictte photo by Musscr Donnie Maillard son of Mr and Mrs Wallace Maillard 725 llth N E got the drop on Gene An try Americas favorite cowboy at his suite in the Hotel Hanford Wednesday morning The famous cowboy did not have his shootin iron when he met 5 yearold Donnie at the door Ill have to start packing my pistols into hotels drawled the western star who flew his own plane from Mitchell S Dak to Mason City following Monday nights show to a record crowd at the Corn Palace Playing western amongst the small fry has become a part of American life like baseball football and fishing This fabulous cowboy Autry has a tremendous influence which has swept the country in the last quarter of a cen tury Also in Mason City for two shows at and 830 p m Wednesday at Roosevelt fieldhouse is Autrys entire troupe Sponsored by the Winnebago Council of the Boy Scouts of America the afternoon show is a sellout and the evening show is close to it Yankees high pop Dark took Bauers Stanky gobbled up Woodlings grounder and threw him out Raschi went down swing ing on 3 pitches No runs no hits no errors none left THIRD INNING Giants Stanky sent a long fly to Woodling in deep left The strong wind blowing in from the outfield prevented Stankys drive from being a home run Dark walked on 4 pitches Lockman bounced to Rizzuto who stepped on second forcing Dark and threw to first to double up Lockman No runs no hits no errors none left Yankees Rizzuto fouled to Lockman Irvin came in fast for olemans low liner Berra fouled o Lockman No runs no hits no errors none left FOURTH INNING Giants Irvin walked Thomson rapped inside the 3rd base line to tlcDougald who threw to Coleman forcing Irvin at second Thomp on slashed a single past the div ng Coleman into right field rhomson pulling up at 3rd Man topped a little roller down the 3rd base line and outlegged Raschis hurried throw for an in field single Dark pulling up at second Stengel came out to the mound to confer with Raschi and Berra Irvin bounced out Mc Dougald to Mize One run two liits no errors two left Yankees Woodling bunted back to the mound and was an easy out A Koslo to Lockman Raschi walked on a full count Dark made a breadbasket stop of Rizzutos sharp onebouncer and flipped to Stanky forcing Raschi at second Stanleys quick relay to Lockman doubled up Rizzuto No runs no hits no errors none left SIXTH INNING Gianfs Thomson walked on 5 run for Westrum The count on Mays went to 3 and two Willie walked on a low pitch to fill the bases Ray Noble was called in from the Giant bullpen to pinch hit for Hearn Noble was caught looking at a curve that broke down and over the plate for the 3rd strike No runs one hit no errors pitches It was the 5th base on balls issued by Raschi Rizzuto scooped up Thompsons grasscutter through the pitchers box stepped on second to force Thomson and then flipped to Mize at first to double up the batter It was the Yankees 10th double play tying a record set by Washington against the Giants in 1924 Wes trum fouled to Berra near the Yankee dugout No runs no hits no errors none left i Yankees Coleman was caught 3 left Yankees hill for the smashed a Ion Mays i bunted ligher mands echelons of both coin Beardsley Announces Tax Study May Take First Penny at 25c Des Moines William S Beardsley Wednesday confirm ed reports that he has requested a study of collection brackets for the states two per cent gross sales tax Members of the tax commis sion meantime said they are in vestigating whether to start col ection of the firJt penny of tax at 25 cents instead of 15 cents as at present The whole matter is purely in the study stage Not Until January If any change were to be made t could not take place until at east January 1 It would have to be approved by the attorney gen erals office with merchants any others affected having thej right of appeal I Beardsley said he had asked lie commission to make the study Decause downward shifts in the value of the spending dollar might lei and two miles west of Heart break ridge The raiders sent the Chinese running in all directions Elsewhere on the front Amer icans fought fierce 1000man red counterattacks and hacked out small gains of thenown in two sectors Caught by Surprise The tankinfantry task force re turned to its own lines by night fall after slashing up a valley alongside Heartbreak ridge It caught green Chinese troops by surprise as the reds moved into the front to relieve North Ko reans This is very good medicine to welcome them to the front said Gen James A Van Fleet U N ground commander I hope i will be the end of the heartbreak ridge fighting The tanks rumbled up a river bed trail prepared hi advance by American engineers A full ment of 3750 men and officers flanked tb tanks A smaller second division tank infantry force shot up heartbrea ridge bunkers from Satae valley east of the ridge They hammered Chinese In th valley and to the west and shot u North Korean bunkers on the eas U S second division infantry men on the ridges ran into fierc resistance to the east but capture two hills west of the valley counterattack by 1000 Chines forced1 the 38th regiment to with draw from one mountain on Kim 1 Sung ridge near heartbreak Stopped Cold Attacking units of the 23rd regi ment were stopped cold on a smal ridgeline west of the northern tip f heartbreak A North Korean communique Beardsley Sees U S About Tbxes rneys fop said the reds beat back 4 waves f fierce attacks by the allies in his eastern area It said they mocked out 4 UN tanks and two airplanes and inflicted 500 casual The reds asserted they inflicted 000 casualties on tankled allies ttacKng near Yonchon in the vest and knocked out 8 tanks The UN command announced JS first division cavalrymen eat back a IOOOman red coun erattack northwest of Yonchon and scored small gains of their own B29 superforts blasted two air fields at Pyongyang the Ko rean red capital with 130000 pounds of high explosives in the continuing campaign to keep com munists from basing their growing air force in Korea The reds now have consider ably in excess of 250 MIG15 jets operating from their Manchurian bases said Lt Gen O P Wey land commander of the far east air forces He indicated ceaseless United Nations air attacks in fluenced communists in agreeing to resume truce talks Gov William S Beardsley of Iowa conferred for 3 hours Wednesday with the justice department con cerning the governors income taxes Assistant Attorney General Lamar Caudle head of tjhe de partments division told re porters later the governors at rorneys will be given up to 10 days to supply additional data Caudle did not personally talk with the governors attorneys but some of his aides did Beardsley announced recently ie had paid the government S13 000 hi back income taxes and pen alties He said the matter involved confbrming to federal regulations Caudle said no further ences had been asked by the gov ernors representatives He said that if Beardsley should ask for a personal conference it would be granted Stating thai he was not refer ring specifically to the Beardsley case Caudle said Before any decision is made as to whether prosecution is war ranted there must be un derstatement of net income an attempt made to evade Caudle added no in dication as to wherKa final de cision will ie maderegarding Beardsley He did say the awfifch Jeardsley had aeen accepted as yet hut has been put under a suspended ac ount in the bureau of internal evenue until the nextstep is de ided APPLICATION GRANTED Washington commun cation commission Tuesday grant the application ofc the inde jendent school district of Des loines for a new noncommercial ducational FM broadcasting sta ion in that citv Faulkner Postmaster Collapses in Store Dentel 63 dean make a change in the sales taxi of ipwa postmasters in years of ntmiie nn J i orackets desirable Under the present ments anyone who makes a puri collapsed at his store shortly after chase over 15 cents is required a m Wednesday and was taken j continuous service and proprietor general store in Faulkner for one penny tax The penny isjby ambulance to the Ellsworth on all purchases up tomunicipal hospital at Iowa Falls DiMaggiOjgg cents wnen two cents must be Mr Dentel is serving his 43rd year as postmaster and has been oawp This is accorcjins to rules underlf resident of Faulkner the same ana which the State tax commission j length ot time His ailment was now is operating Merchants makidfscnbed as ruptured stomach Collins McDougald was caught I stealing es tax itverto the state ulcer Noble to Stanky No runs one hit no errors none left NINTH INNING Giants Stanky drilled a single inside the 3rd base line into left ment They pay two per cent on gross sales to the state and if they earn anything above two per j cent they are entitled to keep it as cost of collection field Dark dropped a bunt single on the grass between 3rd New Rule A Nora Springs Soldier Returns From Far East San Francisco 3s Twentyone a shipload of lowans were VCM army combat Daseisales tax collecuon by the o T and the pitchers mound Stanky itax commission would have to Ls al second Lockmandone bv issuance of a new mcluaed Sgt league single into hf niCtl UltlU tlii v t IL Ut sending and L He3a toby the atorncy generals office bases with nobody out That all for Sain lander took Yankees Irvin studicdwould affect 24 to Woodling Stanky scoring after the catch Dark going to 3rd and Lockman o second Thomson flied to Woodling Dark scoring after the catch and Lockman holding sec ond Sal Yvars batted for Henry looking at a singled into 3rd strike right and Berra when Thompson fumbled the ball hits no errors one left Members of the 3 man tax com mission have not yet whether they will issue a rule The 1951 legislature that no orders of administrative Thompson ind lined to such as the tax commis end the game and win the World Ision can be put into cf Scries for the Yankees Two runs the attorney generals off ice rules Jon the question legality SAME Black Ibf tnffio dcith in put at hours Cerro Gor do county blood bottle spilled over Wednesday morning The goal of 675 donorswas reached and topped by 60 extra regis trants This makes a total of 735 persons volunteeringto give a pint of blood when the mobile comes to Mason City for 3 days next week Tuesday through Wednesday Registra tion need not stop Mrs Floyd Johnson donor recruitment chairman pointed out She is now making appointments for the next visit of the bloodmo bilc which will be some time in January Still needed are veri fications of a number of per sons to act as alternates on the first visit These are included in the 675 and should be per sons who can come on quick call to the bloodmobilc site the Trinity Lutheran church base ment These standby appoint ments must also be scheduled and tbe appointment cards should be mailed 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