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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 3, 1945, Mason City, Iowa                             NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME DEPARTMENT OF HISTOHY AND ARCHIVES OES UOINES IA VOL U MASON COT IOWA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3 1945 TWa Paper Consists ot Two Ono Associated fits and Unltea Press Fun Leased Wires NO Cubs Blank Tigers 90 in Series Opener BOROWY GIVES TIGERS 6 HITS IN FIRST TILT Underdog Cubs Knock Newhouser From Mound Garner 13 Hits Detroit underdog Chi cago Cubs brought their extra base bats to the first game of the worldseries Wednesday shelled the feared Hal Newhouser from the mound in 3 innings and gal loped to a 9 to 0 victory over the I Detroit Tigers behind the six hii hurling of Hank Borowy FIRST INNING CUBS Hack looked at a ball and then bounded out Outlaw to York on a snappy play by the Tiger 3rc baseman Johnson scratched a single through the box and stole 2nd asLowrey swung at a 2nd strike Lowrey flew out to Cra mer Cavarretta beat out a hi to 2nd base Johnson taking 3rc on the play Johnson scored on a passed ball Pafko was purposely walked Nicholson pounded a triple off the rightfield wall scor ing Cavarretta and Pafko Liv ihgston isingled over 2nd scoring Nicholson Livingston was thrown out stealing Richards to Webb Four runs 4 hits no errors norn left FIRST INNING TIGERS Webb looked at 2 strikes an then drove a clean single into left field Mayo singled to center Webb being held at 2nd Living ston went out for a walk with Borowy Cramer slapped into a double play Hughes to Johnson to Cavarretta Webb taking 3rd on the play Greenberg walked on 4 straight balls Cullenbine also walked as Borowy threw his P8th consecutive ball filling the bases York fouled out to Cavarretta down the iirst base line No runs 2 hits no errors 3 left SECOND INNING CinSS Hugheslooked at 3rd Bprowy alspy struck OIL STRIKE PEACE PACT NEAR 3rd straight victim as he missed a wide curve onhis 3rd swing The crojvd gaVethe pitcher a big hand as he strolled to the dugout No runs no hits no errors none left SECOND INNING TIGERS Outlaxv fouled out to Cavarretta near the Cubs Dugout Richards broke his bat fouling off one pitch then drew a base on balls New houser hit into a double play Johnson to Hughes to Cavarretta No runs no hits no errors none left THIRD INNING CUBS Johnson drove a long liner to centerfield that was good for 2 bases when it bounced off Cra mers glove after the veteran had made a hard try It was ruled a hit Lowrey sacrificed Johnson to 3rd going out Newhouser to York Cavarretta looped a single to center scoring Johnson Pafko drove a double to the wall in left centerfield scoring Cavarretta Nicholson popped out to Mayo at 2nd Livingston singled to center scoring Pofko and that was enough for Wewhouser Big Al Benton replaced the southpaw i the box for the Tigers The Cubs had made 7 runs and 8 hits of Newhouser in 2 innings Livingston was thrown out trying to steal Richards to Mayo Three runs 4hits no errors none left THIRD INNING TIGERS Cavarretta made a great diving stop of Webbs shot down the firs baseline and tossed to Borowy for the putout Mayo went down swinging at a 3rd strike Cramer worked Borowy for a pass A Borowy fast ball forced Green berg to hit the dirt and Umpire Bill Summers ruled that it had nicked him and waved him to first Cullenbine popped out to Johnson at 2nd for the 3rd out No runs no hits no errors 2 left FOURTH INNING CUBS Hughes flew out to Cramer in center Borowy struck out swing ing at Bentons sharp curve Hack beat out a roller toward 3rd base Bentons throw just failing to nai him Johnson went out outlaw tc York No runs I hit no errors 1 left FOURTH INNING TIGERS York walked to open the innme after working Borowy for the ful count Qutlaw lined a clean singl to right but Nicholsons quick re covery held York at 2nd The Cub imielders talked a mo ment and he settled down anc struck out Richards Zeb Eaton lit for Benton and went down swinging at a 3rd strike Webb popped out to Hack near the pitch ers mound No runs one hit no errors 2 left FIFTH INNING CUBS The veteran righthander Jim Tobin went in to pitch for the Tigers Lowrey bounced out Webb to York Tobin took Cavarrettas roller and threw him out Pafko singled into left field Nicholson fouled out to Richards behind the plate No runs one hit no errors one left FIFTH INNING TIGERS Mayo singled cleanly to left Cramer fouled out to Livingston toward 3rd base Greenberg pounded a single to center but Mayo was out when he tried to reach 3rd base on a beautiful throw from Pafko to Hack Cul lenbine flied out to Paffco ill cen ter No runs 2 hits no errors one left SIXTH INNING CUBS Livingston flew out to Cramer in center Hughes worked Tobin for a walk on 5 pitches Borowy sacrificed him to 2nd the play going from Outlaw to Mayo who covered first base Hack was out Mayo to York on an easy roller No runs no hits no errors one left SIXTH INNING TIGERS Rudy York socked a long single ntq left centerfield Outlaw jounced a ball to Hack at 3rd nd the latters throw to 2nd was oo late to force York It was ruled a fielders choice and Outlaw was notcredited with a hit Richards lew out to Pafko in centerfield Tobin lofted to Johnson just be lind 2nd base Webb rolled out ohnson to Cavarretta to end the nning No runs one hit no errors 2 eft INNING CUBS eat leld Lowrey flew but to Cramer in deep center Cavarretta got hold of one and smashed ahomerunoff a stanchion at about the 3590 ioot line in right field Pafko singled to center and promptly stole 2nd He went to 3rd on a passed ball and scored on Nichol sons single into right field Liv ngston went out Webb to York o end the rally Two runs 3 hits no errors one left SEVENTH INNING TIGERS Report Workers Ready to Accept Washington oil workers reportedly were ready Wednesday to accept a government plan that would end their crosscountry refinery strikes Coal and telephone troubles persisted The oil plan calls for arbitration of the unions wage de mands and a temporary 15 per cent pay hike The union wants 30 pet cent Decisions of the unions executive board and of the 10 companies whose plants are struck in 15 states were to be given to Secretary ot Labor Schwellenbach at 3 p m Rejection of the peace plan almost inevitably would lead to gov ernment seizure of the refineries Schwellenbach has said army and navy supplies soon will be crit ically short and that civilian stocks already are in danger in such key as Detroit JAPS OWN PHOTO OF SNEAKATTACK ON PEARL to be oneof first bombs dropped on Pearl Harbor in sneakattack of Dec 71941 this Jap pic ture was found torn to pieces at Yokosuka naval base by Martin J Shemanski photographers mate Plymouth Pa One Jap plane is shown pulling out of dive near bomb Mayo was out Johnson to Ca varretta Hughes went far out be hind 2nd base to take Cramers fly Greenberg struck but swing ing about a foot wide on the 3rd strike No runs no hits no errors cone left EIGHTH INNING CUBS Les Mueller went in to pitch for the Tigers He struck out Hughes with his blazing crossfire Borowy lined out to Cramer in center Hack also lined out to Cramer in left center No runs no hits no errors none left EIGHTH INNING TIGERS Cullenbine flew out to Pafko in centerfield York lofted to Lowrey in left field Outlaw fouled to eruption center and another in the air at upper right Shemanski copied the picture with a Jap camera using Jap photographic plates and brought the result back to the aircraft carrier ShrangriLa where the original was turned intelligence This picture was flown to San Francisco by army courier XAP wirephoto 4 Power Jap Control Setup London Moscow radio announced Wednesday that Rus sia has informed the United States that the formation of a 4power control government for Japan shouldprecede organization of a fareastern consultative commis sion to direct longrangepolicy toward the defeated Pacific en emy The Russian view was set forth the radio said in a letter handed U S Secretary of State Byrnes by Foreign Commissar Molotov in London Tuesday Byrnes announced Sept 29 that the formation of a consultative commission in which other coun tries that fought Japan would be given a voice had been agreed to by Britain Russia and China Molotovs letter the broadcast said reaffirmed Russias aeree Mac Arthur Warns Japs to Keep Hands Off Korea Tokyo MacArthur Wednesday restricted Japanese overseas financial and business communications to messages he has approved andwarned the Nipponese government tokeep itshands off threats of famine brought fresh troubles to the Japanese cabinet reported they were watching strictly the activities of more than 100 former secret patriotic so cieties of Japan and all other subversive groups Authorities are particularly vigilant they said against any evidence that these groups might be going underground to continue rightist activities vhich were instrumental in whipping Japan into imperialism The warning to Nippon to iovernment affairs followed pur ported promotions of Japanese officials or civil functionaries erving in southern Korea Ail such purported promotions are in effective allied headquarters as serted adding that its own military government is the sole authority in Korea base No runs no hits no errors none NINTH INNING CUBS Johnson fouled out to Richards Lowrey was out Outlaw to York Cavarretta walked on 4 straight balls Pafko fouled out to Outlaw near the Tigers dugout No runs no hits no errors one left NINTH INNING TIGERS W Hostetler batted for Rich ards Hosteller grounded out Hughes to Cavarretta Borpm batted for Mueller He also was out Hughes to Cavarretta Mc Hale hit for Skeetpr Webb Mc Hale flew out to Pafko in center field No runs no hits no errors none left New Stamp to Honor Coastguard in War Washington UPJ Postmaster General Robert E Hannegan Wednesday announced issuance of a new 3 cent stamp honoring the achievements of the coast guard in World War II The stamp will be placed on firstday sale at the subtreasury building New York on Nov 10 SCORE BY INNINGS 1 2 5 5 6 7 8 9 R Cubs Tigers Borowy and Livingston Newhouser Benton Tobin Muellur 8 and Richards does not reflect the present po sition Since the creation of the ad visory commission had been de layed and since the situation in Japan had undergone changes the letter said the soviet gov ernment on Sept 24 handed the council of foreign ministers memorandum containing the pro posal for creation of a control council for Japan with its seat in Tokyo and composed of repre sentatives of the United States Britain the soviet union and China and under the chairman ship of tlje representative of the United States The soviet government con siders that while the military pe riod existed and the Japanese armed forces were riot disarmed there was a reason for the con centration of all functions for the control of Japan in the allied Commanderinchief However when the military phase ended the allies were faced with tasks chiefiy of a political economic and financial character and to deal with such questions ii is imperative to create an allied organ which would enable the allied powers which played a de cisive role in the defeat of Japan to carry out anagreed policy and to shoulder common responsibili ty However the soviet govern ment considers that the creation of such an allied advisory com mittee must bo preceded by the formation by the governments of the 4 allied powers of a contro government for Japan since the postponement of this decision creates considerable apanese cabinet American officials Wednesday ig to Nippi ts hands completely off keep Korean The first report of a rice riot in northern Japan gave further warn ng Wednesday of the approach of inevitable possible winter Women by the thousands are writing Premier Prince Naruhiko HigashiKuni complaining they are having difficulty obtaining ood He has receivedas many as 1000 letters in a day Some sources saw the possibility of HigashiKuni resigning in the face of growing criticism of the overnments failure to formulate a concrete plan to relieve food housing and fuel shortages His cabinet may go with him The newspaper Mainichi specu lated Wednesday that Foreign Minister Shfeeru Yoshida who last month replaced the surrender slgning Maraoru Shigemitsu might a choice for the premiership if HigashiKuni goes out Another newspaper Yomiuri Hochi disclosed that 100 Japanese in one village of north Japan wherethe current government al lotment of rice was reported insuf ficient broke into a government warehouse and seized 54 bales The prefecture police made arrests and recovered most of the rice The occupation of Japan will be extended Thursday for the first time to the northernmost island ol Hokkaido with the landing of a regimental combat team of the U S 77th division at Hakodate The remainder of the 77th will land the next day at Otaru and move into Sapporo The Japanese government took its first step toward alleviating the nations critical food shortage by formally requesting permission of the allied occupation authorities to convert two former naval fue plants to the production of fer tilizer The government said Japa nese farmers are short 1500000 tnns of fertilizer a year Jennings to Appeal Unsuccessful Suit of Radios Lone Ranger Los Angeles Jennings once the Long Rider of the Okla homa frontier said Wednesday he would file an appeal in his un successful suit against radios Lone Ranger Jennings won over only 2 of the 11woman oneman jury in his defamation character suit against the Don Lee Broadcasting company and the local Lone Ranger sponsors A verdict against him was returned Tuesday The 82 year old reformed bad man claimed the broadcast on Aug 7 1944 portrayed him as luringa young boy into a life of crime and as a common criminal Jennings wascleared by a presidential pardon in 1907 after serving 5 years in prison for train robbery The defendants called no wit nesses but contended Jennings had forfeited all right to privacy by his writings movies and lec tures USGlobester Picks Up Time on World Hop Washington round the vorld Globester was expected to arrive at Hickam Field Hawaii at 25 p m Eastern Standard ime Wednesday 20 minutes ahead of schedule the war depart ment announced The army transport commands plane was last reported over John ston island at a m A scheduled stop at Johnston on he flight from Kwajalein in the Weather Report IN MASON CITY IHason City Increasing cloudiness and warmer Wednesday Thurs day mostly cloudy and mild with occasional rain loua increasing cloudiness and warmer Wednesday night Thursday mostly cloudy and mild with scattered showers west and central portions Minnesota Partly cloudy and warmer Wednesday night Thursday partly cloudy and mild with some light rain south east portion FORECAST GlobeGazette weather statistics Maximum Tuesday 59 Minimum Tuesday 34 At 8 a m Wednesday 46 YEAR AGO Maximum 43 Minimum 43 Marshall islands omitted to Hawaii was MANLY FARMER TAKES OWN LIFE F Schulte 42 Shoots Self in Despondency Schulte 42 died at his farm home 5 miles west of Manly Tuesday at 9 a m 3 hours after he had fired a 22 rifle shot through his head according to Dr S S Westly the attending physician Bernard Kline of Northwood coroner of Worth county said Wednesday morning he was ac cepting the opinion of Dr Westly that the death was suicidal and he has no intention of holding an in quest Mr Schulte had gone to the basement of the home presumably to work Not long after his wife and son Merlin heard a shot They investigated and found Mr Schulte still alive Dr Westly was called but the man lived only 3 hours Members of the family said he had been despondent over the con dition of his health He just re turned from Rochester Minn last week and was planning to make a trip to Iowa City In addition to the son men tioned he leaves a son John who is in the military service some where in China He also leaves his parents Mr and Mrs H H Schulte of Manly a sister Mrs Louise McKercher of Manly a brother Oscar living on a neigh boring farm and a sister Mrs Frank Work of Hector Minn Mr Schulte had been a resi dent of the Manly community all his life He had been in failing health for several months Funeral arrangements were in complete Wednesday morning Buy your Victory Bonds and Stamps from your GIobeGarelfe carrier boy Re veal Reason for Failure of Big Five London S Secretary of State James F Byrnes and Soviet Foreign Commissar Vyacheslav M Molotov brought into the open Wednesday a disagreement among the major powers whether a big 3 understanding existed for blanket participation by all 5 principal powers in European peace settlements Molotov outlining to a press conference the soviet stand on the 22 day conference which broke down Tuesday night in a debate over procedure disclaimed any knowledge of an agreement for blanket participation of all 5 powers Earlier Byrnes had said Presi dentTruman arJ4 Prime IJrnister left1 the P6tadaiaconference France andChinawould beper mitted a full share in discussions of treaties but that Marshal Sta lin apparently understood the 2 nations would be barred irom such discussions Byrnes announced that the dep uties of the council would con tinue work here on some aspects of the conference which endec without agreement on any major issue Molofov admitted the existence of disputes within the council bu expressed hope tor future collab oration to insure world peace With the breakdown of thi conference diplomatic source here predicted that a new meet ing of Premier Stalin Presiden Truman and Prime Minister AU lee would be necessary bu French Foreign Minister George Bidault asserted that any meeting of the big 3 powers alone woul be disagreeable to France Bidault also addressing a pres conference made it clear Franc was determined to have an equa voice with Britain Russia and th United States in drawing up th European peace France has the habit of bein present at history and does not in tend to leave now he said But Bidault was optimists about the conference Adjourn ment does not mean failure h commented Molotov was asked about th reported agreement early in th council conference which woul have permitted all the foreig ministers part in the peac nmjjsiers discussion You show it to me he re torted Could there be such a agreement without signatures MARINE CORPS LOWERS POINTS Washington marin corps announced Wednesday th discharge score for enlisted men and officers will be lowered from 70 to 60 points next Monday The discharge score of 25 for women marines was left un changed Point credits toward discharge are given for service overseas duty decorations anddependency Meanwhile Detroits Mayor Ed ard J Jeffries Jr Wednesday ppealcd to President Truman nd Schwellenhach for quick ae on to settle the strike because etroit needs gasoline badly After conferring with the pres dent Jeffries said Mr Truman ppeared very aware of the seri usness of the situation Noting that the controversy has een under discussion for some me Jeffries added We presume well have some esults They have been talking bout this for 2 weeks We cant rive our automobiles and trucks n that kind of gas The mayor saw Schwellenbach or an hour before going to the vhite house Fast spreading soft coal strikes erved meanwhile to intensify the abor departments efforts to set le the oil dispute now in its 17th day And a scheduled 4hour dem mstration shutdown Friday by The coal strikes already in volving 90000 miners producing onethird of the nations bitum nous supply forced the solid uels administration to impose stringent distribution controls Coal supplies from the critical areas were tagged for essential services only such as hospitals and utilities John L Lewis sat tight as mine after mine shutdown in Penn sylvania and West Virginia These shutdowns followed refusal of the soft coal operators to confer with Lewis on recognition of his fore mens union a branch of United Mine Workers district 50 The oil workers executive board was reported on good authority o have voted to accept Schwel enbachs proposal for a 15 per cent increase when the industry shifts from a 48 to 40 hour week and to submit the question to an arbitrator for final settlement While II companies are partici pating in the conciliation confer ence called by Schwellenbach the Stanolind Pipe Line company is free from strikes It therefore is not subject to some terras of the secretarys proposal Of the other 10 only the Sinclair Oil company already has accepted Government officials frankly were puzzled about what could be done about the National Federation of Telephone Workers prospective shut down scheduled from 2 to 6 p m EST Friday The trouble began over a na tional labor relations board trial examiners recommendation that the Western Electric Employes Association Inc at Kearny N J key unit in the federation be disestablished The examiners finding that it is companydom inated still must be passed on bv the NLRB 2 YANKS ARRIVE FROM OVERSEAS Newport News Va following north Iowa soldiers were scheduled to arrive here Wednesday on the Caleb Strong Sgt Raymond Holtsman Oel wem C Boehnke Ven tura Nations Strike Situation STRIKES AT A GLANCE out in 14 states over demands for a 30 per cent waee increase Output reduced to a 3rd normal out in CIO West Virginia Pennsylvania and Ken tucky Loss estimated at 623000 tons a day or 30 per cent of national 61000 ALF lumber workers out in Washington Ore gon Montana Idaho and northern California in support of demands for z minimum hourly wage CIO steelworkers out in scattered strikes throuEh out the east most of them the result of contract disputes auto workers out 80000 of them in Detroit comract   

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