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   Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - October 10, 1951, Lebanon, Pennsylvania                                Eastern Fftirarid cool with some frost tonight 3S Thursday and somewhat warmer yfv Prejudice is with out visible means of support With AiitiFreezs Set Youre Safe Youre and Ubonon Daily times WthYEAR No 27 EVENING OCTOBER 22 AGES FIVE CENTS EWS Cartoonist Will Here Friday Yanks Gfet Run In First Ori Mc Dpugalds Fly With Biises Lodded Liead After Three Raschi Trying To Wrap Up Series For Bombers Tv YORK straight worldchampionship got away to a prompt oneriihlead over the Giants in the first inning ol the sixth World Series game Colemans single Yogi Berras double and an in tentional walk to Joe DiMaggio preceded Gil McDougalds runscoring fly thatgave the Yanks their ifirsfrinmng edge VinCT T I FIRST IXXING Y Stanley looked called strike worked Raschi for a fiiNAcpunt tn Mize DarkMvatclieU a tliird strike go smashed Raschis first pitch intoi the Blower right fleld stands one an automatic dpiibie Iryiii grounded threw to Mize for out jfo runsj one hit FIRST IxVNING YANKEES Rizzu topopped to irvijii behind cracked line single through the middle of the diamond intor center field belted a screaming the low barrieriii right field send ing Coleman was given an jntenitonal time in that i a n t pltcliers purjiinsely passed a batter tor pitch to Mciou RHlci Yesterday 1 h e youngster crossefl a grandslam sent R high to shal low Coleman came in pf the Coleirian scored standing up Mize Stanky who inade a leapingglovedhand One run tvjo Hitsy no left hind Uhirdi Icc fstopTpf T h oi f birt s r long it ur He d t h ed pf f itfce a hpy with airtS in field Tnomp son second count Mays side the right field itne to Rizzutd behind third Xo runs one hit no two left SKCOXD INKING YANKEES infield pop behind Stanky gobbled up Wobdlings Hot and threw him out Raschi went down swinging on three pitches X6 runs no hits no errors none left THIRD Stanky filed to Yleep IngWoodling to trie railing to make the catch Park ivalked on four lYockniHn hit into a Mize Hiz fielding jsecpiidlbase aiitl first to complete he S6 no hits jib errors none left Sixth Game Lineups GIANTS Dark ss Locltnmn lb Irvin if Thomson 8b Thdiupsbn rf c Mays cfx p Rizzutb ss Coieman 2b DiMaggio cf McDougald 3b Mize lb Bauer rf Rasclii p Umpires Batlanfant plate Vaparella first Bar second Summers Uiird Gore left Meld Stevens right THIRD Rizzuto fouled biit to Colemaii sent a fooper to Ifvih iii left Berra fouled out man No runs no hits no errors none left Cold blustery skies provided a graysetting and maybe of the 19 51 World Series between the favor ed Yankees and lie Giants Leading vlctories to two the Yanks needed only one more nail straight world1 championship and 14111 in their 18 from Allie Reytiblds and Lo pat in games Polo G rounds ager sentVput his third pitching ed contest Jo r the Giants it left day Shoiild the Giants Wife Aiid lOtHerS Hurt Iji 3ar Gajfir Four persons hospitalized in a three car collision involving from UHe Iridiantbwn Gap Military Reserva1 tibn that occurredon Route 72 a Kramers Ark Tuesday accord ing to Admittedrlo the station hospi tal at the military reservation fol lowing the crackup vere V John G VKlimsak Recon suffering from a possible fracturedrpelvis Stephens 31 as sistant in thei GlSection person nel at IndiantownSGaini who re Continued on CfnffaljLabqr Unions HojdJpjnt haisi been in thejpast Tb p c d a t nd I u m b erJ a cke t ed Bleacher ators in j today t iej the rirsl pjayerv appear in 51 WprldsSeYies games went through their1 bitting licks anhoiir and a haft befdre game There were batting order shitt ri the Yanks Toe Collins in favor Johnny Mize and shprtstop Phil eadoft man Wil ie Mays the hitiess wonder was to eighthin the batting order d Working Youth Is 11 Stilariiier KANSAS CITYi son is only 21 American success story on the Oklahoma his high and bor rowed enough money to buy a rundown farrriT Yesterday hewas Darned the 1951 Star Farmer of The honor isthe top awardof ths Future Farmers of organization Acheck for goes with It The award is pre sented annually at the F cpnventlon Hodgson bought his 32pacre Now at His invest ment totals about Farm machinery buildings and other equipment The Oklahonran has the land raising good and sorghums and providing pasture tor It was a Idt different when and bride first moved on Thebarn was little more thanan old wreck The house had been as a hid it The young cpupleremodelei the house builta barn and started a land improvement The hard wbrlc brought results Hodgson is a redhatred youth who doesnt talk a lot about his He gives much of the credit for his successto his pretty 20yearold wife Lil lian The couple start their working day at 5 m during the wheat still workingat 9 r Their farm Is near Freedom Freedom Heads Co Council Posts The Lebanon Council of Legi6nIast night elected Robert B Schaeffer of North Col Street Myerstown to headilia couticil represenHtrg eighth Legion posts during the 19511952 year Schaeffer a Wbrkl Wart Two veteran a theMyerstown elected county command mettt county elicted along wlth Schietfer Stuart Goodman Annvllle comminder Sheiak VicecomBiander Anthony E Barakowiki Population Gains In Past Decade Nine communities of Lebanon County In the past shown population according figures compiled by theflJ S pepartment of Commerce Bureau of the Cen sus and released today the Leba increased by annexa tion of Independent showed an increate of 353 Lebanons population gain has totaled The populmtion of Lebanon now Total Lebanon County of Lancaster Cpiin t i es me t jp iii the with the Lebanon charge P ri A TM n 1 i Rll which appears in the his drawing board The popular artist who also created 11 Pafee Friday eense v the parade he will appear on South Ninttt Street near sketch portraits of persons who purchase defense bonds there 8 Five Persons Hurt w k Aj vl OT to a tiohJjy members incommunityaf T V Workers Mptbr Coach Labbrers Carriers and Stage Lancaster Carpenters Letter Typographical Ladies Gar ment Hands and Plasterers unions Cssiialtjes Up 1732 In Total Defense reported an i increase of 2 iii Americaneasualties inKorea for astWeek The increasel Including 329 total American cas ualties since the start ot the war o 6t were sufferetl bythe by 24 by the Navy and the new totalincludes killed In action 3B 14 wounded have died and missing pt whom 151 are known died MOTHER DROPS KIDS TO SAFETY DIES Ilf FIRE YORK Brppkiyn mother dropped four of her childrpn three stones into blanket held by neighbors yesterday as fire de stroyed their apartment building Thenshe collapsed and died in w as hp t d own by grou nd fl r e A SKobting Star jet crashed scratiiig V d f l 0 0 0 hi an Red cp erattacks out small gains back slightly fn the The force iirnedtbits own lines by night faUV after slashing up a valley albngsideVHeartbreak Ridge It Cttught green troops by Plan ToiAsk Gily before help could the flames reach her Irma 35yearold Negro passersby when she the 1life Then she calmlytossed but theblanket fol lowed by the aged 18 months to eight U flimsy for her fto risk a flames kept a neighbor from reaching with a ladder Only one of herchildren was hurt other fires in the seven small chll aran aiyl a mother FURNITURE UPHOLSTERING STAGERS ACE Back Storm Window jg affaln t bulldinc AlaKinum Storm located Cmm St For Ameif f Qatf e tfp tl pts twoiRussiantveiMiG15etln dr Ehape 3 Th ev tanlqs iii bled u p i a r iyer bed trail in1 advance by American A fuliregi ment iieri and flanked the A vs inai le r S e c on d D i vi s ion ft an k up Heartbreak Ridge from Satae Valley eastbf U infantry nujn on esistance capT hills west 0 Chinese 3 8th Regiment draw Kirri II Sung Ridge Heartbreak units of the 23rd on hpspHal and dis directors announced their in petition bt waterline tobe used forifire protection there The plan would iall for the iiine Rexrapnt supply dam away Ray was authorized to study reassignment of teacher needs and bus schedulesfor 195253 term when1 the ibna schbonwIIl supervising principal also ww u4 AM Council To Award For Sewer Addition vvFinal award Ing a the engineering ofGilbert Associates ot plans for proposedcbnstfuctibnof addi tions to the citys sewer system at a special meet ing of City Council to be held at City special session was called to award the contract prior day Oct 13 the deadlinefor clps Ing the project which tiie city will ipan grant federal govern ment to pay forthe cost ot the eri gineering services The bill passed in hospitalizedf in fctwocar collision fly Charles In y p ly id Sfus a d mi t ted t p t he Good Sa m ar i ta j A f or Vfl bserya tipn Soft Drink Trucks Western Businesses Attacked CAIRO Egypt Today wild crowd arhied with stones arid through the downtown streets Cairo attacking western business houses frenzy of antiforeign rioting Prime Min i ster1 NaHas ofthe treaty and his bid to chaseall British troops iThe thetArab world full suppprtlbehind his of its larnpments arid the ian A British X aFrench Ifirm anrl the trucks ot CocaCola and epsiCoIa distributors argets for attack by shouting also stoned arid attempt id to storm Uhe big luatnobilia Buildings r in heart of Calrp constructed around open court hbuaeVa number of American and British business ptfices Theassauit against the Immo nliaiBuildings was touched oft y someone a1 f ire or sbine other explosive balcony Hntb i demonstrators march orderly fashipn below No one as injured by the ex plosive but its the crowd It swarmedintoHhe couriyard heaving yield am the crovdpt persed f The TmmbbiUai ini cut icbording His cpn f 51 who oaf Ponr PlansVf bbseryance us on Friday nights meeting of theKnights ri the chambers North Ninth The local will special A communioh ireakfast In commemoration of Columbus Day wilVbe held Sunday morning in Gertrudes parish Presiding over the Knight Peter J Connor Hi Bare taken title toa property the Ward puthjsideSbf i Grant Street troiri 4 abcprdlng the courthbuse stamps on ithe eed iriypivlng LATE NEWS OB s ilal Back At Near Level at Samari anHospital monthof September was backon a level near that jOf September of th e u s I c u p a n c y perlodJdurinK the cited of Increaie the on th t A u gu 11 and percent bt September last year The was given i at ast of the hbipl talg Board of Managers cpnduct Board President Discuss Purchase Of Hew Apparatus to purchase a new fireapparatus for Jonestown atJd vicinity was deferred until the next the Jonestowns the of last nights meeting tpthe subject action taken Fire presidentVRaipb will name a committee to liu needs and iuhmit recomniendatlons for speciflci ADMITS BACKING NOAID TO CHINA WASHINGTON Today of State Acheson said he sup ported at a 1949 conferencea proposal that American to the Chinese Nationalists be sus pended held Feb ruary 5 has figured in Senate controversy over Presi dent Trumansnoriiinatiori of Ambassador Philip Jessupto be a S delegate to the United Nations Harold Stassen hassaidthe late SenatorArthur berg RMich once told hirii thai Acheson and Jessup backed atthe conference an endto aid to the Chinese Nationalists Jessup has said he did not even attend the conference Meeting with reporters to day Acheson said Jessup did hot attend but that it was true that he Acheson had sup ported the proposal to suspend The sponsorthe Halloween paradeJn OHr October and Parade Chairman OeV t ADVERTISING Excellent opportunity for man Apply In person Pally News Bertha B Sander took title to the arid lot at 319 Cumberland James 0 and Elsie Hoilywood for up Other realty transfers o The Annyllle National Bank for Conttnntd om ind Sergeants Serve GIs Breakfast In Bed Hey in Columbus breakfast In bed served jy their sergeants Jiist ask Cpl Robert E Price f Marlon O Ithappenedto him 23rd birthday The astounding routine was tarted at Fort Hayes by Captain yilliam H Brinnon He ordered hat get their birthdays iff sleep as long as they want nd be served breakfast in bed iy their sergeants The lucky Price was first Generals Son Wounded CTirk ifrio ii y r6 KldBi inortat offio ir of f V b iitiilid a In th Clark In ehnt KU nalt a Hill at to Kni dnairrtTaUiir Oaptaln Clark ig chiir of Army TaM wonnfltd Wiripaoto Conserjatipn iRally in St ATarks here lastnight were told is carrying the for Western states Yoigt of Chi of Izaak Walton si nf ourthsj j of if every tax paidbyEeistV orimprpvemenU n He stated Only onefourth1 remains InHhe last where the tax load is car v gpeek t n Has lust For Looking BEACH f r cant arrest a mattforlbpklng 39 icked a disorderly conduct harge yesterday after that ie stared as long as 20 minutesat Firstiv she f came into liquor nd sat and lobkedShe asked im to stop Then ha started driv ng by and gazing at her through lihpcularsshe said has green yes and honey colored hair Policequoted Browning as say ng I Just help looking She Deception Is Held A ndFrancls A Nogle was held last the Salem United Jrethren Dr eappointed pastor of t the annual Conference eld Nogle aVrecerit raduate ValleyCol was formally received ais Ilnlster of Music The program was opened with elections bythe youth orchestra nder tne direction pangler Following the invoca ion by Mark L Lenich chief ste ward the Scripture by ohn Adams lay delegate to the nniial conference The1 Rev VV Seized In Mexico f j Hall fugitivenationalsec f Vi A Vn Aft ft HITE5T Millet 29 fir Spring retary of Commu nist Party wesdelivered early tp of FBI mea by Mexlcah Sacaflty Police whp him in a luxurioui Mexico City Hell who once declared take armsagainst the UnitedStates government when time out of the out of the to a fed eral r The the communist party TWO ValiM AiriitWioM   

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