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Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette October 4, 1952

Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 4, 1952, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for VOL LVIII Adlai T N CITY GLOBEGA THE NEWS THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION Associated Press and United Iress Kull Lease W Seven Cents a Copy Iowas MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER 4 1952 Tills Taper ConsUls of Two Ona No 309 N Trust GOP Utility Gets Enough Gas for Applications on Hand WARREN INTRODUCES JW publican governor of California and unsuccessful candi date for the GOP presidential nomination is all smiles at Dkvis as he introduces President Truman on a Truman Raps Nixon Lauds Warren Calls Ike Sad Spectacle SAN FRANCISCO dent Truman Saturday called Dwight D Eisenhower the sad ujio icue Hour dest spectacle of a man who has Tavcrn on Highway 69 near Ankeny himself by surrenders was raided f j ht b fn nirrmir cplflcll mnn anrl SfhnTt J J iin to narrow selfish men and short sighted policies In a doublebarreled attack he said Eisenhowers running mate Sen Richard M Nixon is not Polk County sheriffs deputies who said three partlyfilled bottles of iquorwith Missouri and Illinois ax stamps were seized The opera Earl Warren of California The President made the state ments in a campaign speech pre pared for delivery at a 1000plale Democratic Party luncheon al the Palace hotel here Mr Truman accompanied by daughter Margaret was in the sixth day of stumping on a two week 8500mile coast to coast give em hell campaign trip for the Democratic ticket He arrived here from the North west Friday night The luncheon speech marked the Presidents most vitriolic attack so far on the Republican presi dential nominee Mr Truman said the RcpublU cans had suffered a bad split in the battle of Chicago when they selected Eisenhower over Sen RobertA Taft oC Ohio relcased on All About rAlll HUVUl The Weather Masori City Partly cloudy and cooler through Sunday Low Sat urday night 23 to 26 High Sunday 45 to 52 Iowa Mostly fairSaturday night and Sunday Cooler with frost Saturday night Lows to 34 Continued cool Sunday high 48 northeast to 58 southwest Fair and continued cool Ihrough Mon day Minnesota Moslly fair and some what cooler wilh frost or freez ing lemperatures south and cen tral Saturday night wilh a few snow flurries cxlremc northeast Sunday cool GlobeGazelle weather data up to 8 a m Saturday Maximum 70 Minimum 32 At 8 a m 37 TAVERN RAIDED DES MOINES Idle Hour 700 Homes Affected by Allocation One hundred new M a s o n City homes which vvould have had no heat this winter without gas and more than 600 older homes which had asked for gas will all be taken care of it was announced Satur day by Charles E Strickland gen eralmanager of the Peoples Gas and Electric Officers of the utility met with the city council Saturday to set rules for the distribution of per mits for the new allocation of gas which is p a r t of the 40 million cubic feet a day lo be added to the output of Northern Natural Gas Company of Omaha Northern Natural Gas will re lease enough additional gasto take care of about 2000 Iowa house heating jobs Mason City will get 803000 cubic feet additional daily The allocation came through Friday after a long series of hear ings in Washington D C As the fall crisis approached the P G E had on hand approximately 100 applications for gas for new homes and between 600 and 700 homes Action by the Mason City chapter of the National Association of Home Builders with the officials of the P G Eand the city coun cil was taken in September to meet the fast approachingcrisisAnd the Washington office of the Home Builders assisted the group With permission of the city coun cil to set up the rules for distri bution the P G fe E expects to process as quickly as possible all applications on hand at the close of business Friday Since most of the new homes have been constructed so that all that is necessary will be to con nect up the line any serious crisis will be averted before cold weather t comes builders and P G E of ficials stated GET 10 YEARS MT AYR Clayton 27 and Richard Myers 17 pleaded of old He pleaded innocent and was sentenced Friday to 10 years in the Iowa Mens Reformatory NEWSBOY FORADAYVice President Barkley didnt just throw his newspapers but delivered them personally as he took over the route of his great nephew Johnny Dyson on National Newspaperboy Day Johnny is shown behind Barkley The housewife is not identified Story on Page 2 MCCARTHY APPLAUDS IKESen Joseph McCarthy right joins in applatTscas Dwight D Eisenhower is introduced for n campaign speech in the Milwaukee Arena Fri day night Ike endorsed McCarthys bid for reelection earlier in the day Story on page 2 Yanks Beat Dodgers 20 Mize Homers Even at 2 Apiece NEW YORK The New York Yankees evened the World Series at two games each Saturday de feating Brooklyn 20 John Mizc hit a second in two in the fourth inning for one of ihe Yankee tallies Mickey Mantle tripled in the eighth and went home on Peewce Reeses bad throw into ihe stands A total of 71587 saw the contest The story FIRST INNING Dodgers Cox struck oul Reese ooped a single lo leftcenter for lis seventh hit ot the series Mar tin stumbled fielding Sniders slow roller made a backhanded flip while falling to Hizzuto The ball sailed over the shortstops head nto left field Reese racing lo third is Snider reached first base on he error Robinson looked at a fast third strike Campanella slruck out No rum one hit one error two left Yankees McDougald flied to Sni der Pafko grabbed Rizzulos liner to left Mantle walked Robinson scooped up Mizes tricky hopper No rum no hits no errors one left SECOND INNING Dodgers Pafko struck oul Hodges grounded to Rizzuto Mizc caught Furillos chopper and threw ovcrhanded to Reynolds No runs no no errors none left Yankees Bcrra struck out Woodling doubled Cox caughl Bauers bounder Martin bouncec out Reese lo Hodges No one t no errors one left THIRD INNING struck out Cox flied to Mantle Reese singled Reese was cut down stealing No runs one hit no errors none left Yankees Reynolds was out on high bounder to Reese Me Dougald bunted was tossed oul al first Rizzulo walked Mantle fiicc to Snider No runs no hits no er rors one left FOURTH INNING Dodgers Mizc picked up Sni ders roller and made the unas sislcd putout Rizzuto threw oul Robinson Campanella struck out No runs no hits no none left Yankees Mize homered Snider raced to the auxiliary scoreboarc near the right field bullpen for Berras 400foot drive made standing leap and came down with the ball for a sensational catch Woodling fouled to Cox Bauer flied out One run one hit no er rors none left FIFTH INNING SCORE BY INNINGS 2 3 45 Brklyn Walked Furillo sacrificed The Dodgers attempted a squeeze play but Black missed Ihe low pitch and Pafko was hung up between third and home Berra tagged Pafko in the ensuing rundown as Hodges took third Black walked Cox fouled to Berra No runs one hit no errors two left Yankees Martin grounded to Cox Reynolds was out on a slow dribbler McDougald walked Riz zulo walked Manllc flied oul No runs no hits no errors two left SIXTH INNING Dodgers Reese flied lo Bauer Mantle caught Sniders fly Robin son was called out onstrikes No runs no hits no errors none left rifled a double Bcrra went out on a high fly Woodling was given an intentional walk Cox fielded Bauers roller forcing Mize Martin popped to Campanella No runs one hit no errors two left SEVENTH INNING Dodgers Campanella walked Pafko slruck out Hodges rapped into a double play Rizzuto lo Mar tin to Mize1 No runs no hits no er rors none left Yankees Reynolds went down JOHNNY MJZE swinging Black scooped up Me Dougalds tap in front of the plat and threw him out Reese out Rizzuto No runs no hits no er rors none left EIGHTH INNING Dodgers Furillo singled Gcorg Shuba batted for Black and flic lo Mantle Rocky Nelson batted fo Cox and went down swinging Rces Cites Vofe Records on Farm Programs U S Mapping Next Move in Kennan Ouster May Leave Post Vacant for Awhile WASHINGTON LWThe United Itules is expected to hit back soon t Russia for ousting Ambassador icpigc F Kennan on grounds1 he slandered the Soviets by com nrlng American life in Moscow o that In a Nazi prison camp Secretary of State Achesoh and lis principal aides started study ng means of retaliation as soon as Moscows demands for Ken lans recall Friday plunged roubled AmericanSoviet relations nto a new crisis Acheson after a telephone con crcnce withPresident Truman orecast there probably would be a sharp new protest note to the Cremlin shortly Officials looket or the Moscow post lo be lef for a longtime as an ex pression of American resentment The United States could expel newlyarrived Soviet Ambassador George N Zarubin but Acheson old newsmen there nopres jnt indication of doing this He apparently ruled out any idea o breaking off diplomatic relations As far as officials could tktcr mine tt was the firsj time in his ha been ousted onthe groundhe wa persona non grata or personal unacceptable POLIO TOLL AT 131 DUBUQUE UP Iowas 195 polio fatality toll rose to 331 Sai urdaywith the death of Robef Joseph Brimeycr 5 son of Mrs Annette Brimeycr By WIRE SERVICE FORT DODGE Adiai E tevcnson Saturday called his Re ublican presidentialrival a me oo candidate running on a yesbut lalform In a speech at thededication oC lie Fort Dodge Airport Stevenson old farmers that a 2headed elc ihant trying to go threedirections t once is not exactly dependable The Dem b c ratic presidential loinincc accused Eisenhower of rylng lo delude farmers into think ng that the Republican party was n favor ot progressive farm jrams and said he had jumped m o the Democratic farm form right in broad daylight Has Been Staff He said part of the blame cert ainly belongs o the hasbeen s t a f I of political ad visers This staff Stevenson said consists largely those Republi cans who have opposed obstruct ed delayed trimmed shackled and harassed progressive Demo cratic legislation for the past 20 years They cant even give them selves good advice he can they giveit to the general He said the Republican voting record jn Congress bears little re semblance to the Eisenhower ipeeches on farm policy and JOP platform on the subject Cant On the basis of voting records in Congress he Republii cans are not to be trusted with responsibility for arm programs in the future flied lo Woodling No runs one hit no errors one left Yankees lohnny Ruthcrfor went in to the Dodgers Mantle clouted i triple When Reese took Sniders relay ant threw 1nto the stands trying to head Mantle off at third thi Yankee outfielder scored on lh throwing error lo increase thi Yankee lead lo 20 Mizc walked Furillo caught Bcrras liner Bobb Morgan who had replaced Cox grabbed Woodlings slow hopper Bauer was out on strikes One run one hit one error one left NINTH INNING Dodgers Collins took over firs base for the Yankees Snider wen out on a high fly to Mantle Robin son wus called out on strikes fo the third straight time Campancl la went out on a high bounder t McDougald inside the third base line No runs no hits no none left IOWA PL garden Saturday as the 2 11 iriiir i CiloboGazcttc pholo by Musscr lobby of the Hotel Han ford became a colorful flower convention of the Society of Iowa Florists opened The v uj jLiunsLH ijpmieci i nc Irade Fair which included exhibits by suppliers from all corners of the US overflowed the lobby into the I lammgo Room About 400 were expected to register for the 5ml an nual meeting Hero George J Heggen Jr Dos Moines shows Roy B Johnson of Mason r iw v 1 Indiana Iowa 4 FINAL n A Vn s Pafko singled Hodges City one of the wholesale displays Story on Page 2 Ohio State Purdue 4 FINAL Wisconsin Illinois 2 fil ot two scheduled Saturdayby tbV Democratic presidential candidate His schedule called for general political talk at Winneappjis Sat urday night before flyingback to Springfield for the weekend Stevenson challenged Eisenhow ers pledge he would continue farm price supports at 90 per cent of parity for thenext two years and his statement that such parity had the overwhelming support of the Republican party He said that early this year more than half of the Republicans in Che House of Representatives voted against extending 90 per cent price supports He recalled that the Republican controlled 80th gross approved a sliding scale law He said that if that law was n effect today the farmers would 3c getting far less than they for their wheat and corn Too The Republican party has a point of view all its own Steven son said But they dont talk about it during the campaign In stead it was a metoo candidate running on a yesbut platform advised by a hasbeen staff Of course they can find an casional enlightened Republican who has voted for some of these Democratic programs And I ex pect these gentlemen will be fat tened up curried lovingly and Irolted out between now and Nov 4 with blue ribbons dangling from their halters to show what prize exhibits the Republicans have tucked away for lions While criticizing the Republican record and the Eisenhower speeches the Democratic candi date also stayed away from any endorsement of the controversial Brannan Plan for paying farmers a subsidy lo make up the differ ence between parity and the mar kct price of their products No Easy Solution Tackling the subject as it plies to perishable foodstuffs Stev enson pledged the Democrats would continue to search for a practical support program but said I have no easy soiution to offer Stevenson said the Republicans think they can win the election with such slogans as Its lime for a change Change to what They dont say he said What would they change They dont say they have been voting against change for 20 years I call this a change When the farmer income increases four times over what it was 20 years ago Stevenson said That is what has interms of what a bushel of corn or 100 FINAL Maryland Clem son FINAL Cornell Navy i S 4 FINAL ;

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Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette

Location: Mason City, Iowa

Issue Date: October 4, 1952

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