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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 6, 1945, Mason City, Iowa                                coy NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT VOL U Associated fna and United Prta fuU Leutd wires MAKES ALL NORTH 1OWANS NEIGHBORS Tigers Win 41 to Even Series SCORE BY INNINGS Z3456789 RHE Tigers EIQQEIEICDQC 13 El H Q Cubs tDQKOGlGlElQG 13 Q H D Cubs Trout Richards Tigers Prim Erickson Idvingston Wrigley Field Chicago The Detroit Tigers broke out of their hitting and scoring doldrums with a loud crash iir one big inning Saturday to whip the Chicago Cubs 4 to 1 in their fourth game of the world series and even the set at 2 victories apiece FIRST INNING TIGERS Webb bounced out Kve Cents a Copy webt bounced out Moundsmfin running catch not far behind 2nd WrUley Field Chicago base Cramer went out Prim to Righthander Hank Boroivy and Cavarretta No runs no hits no Lefty Hal Newhouser respective A t errors none left ttuu nger piicners in CUBS Hack went out Webb to the openingtame of the World York the Tiger first baseman Series will come back Sunday to picking the throw out of the dirt hurl the 5th game of the set the Johnson smashed a grounder to rival managers announced Satur York and was out York unas day sisted Lowrey lined out to Cul bits no errors none left SECOND INNING the count to2 and 2 and then struck out swinging hard as the crowd roared Cullenbine popped up to Cavarretta near first base York was an easy out Johnson to Cavarretta No runs no hits no errors none left CUBS Cavarretta was called out on strikes as he watched Trouts curve cut an outside cor ner York made a nice knock down of Pafkos smasti and recov ered the ball to toss to Trout for the out Nicholson struck out swinging No runs no hits no er rors none left THIRD INNING TIGERS Outlaw rapped to Hughes who threw him out at first Lowrey took Richards long fly in left field Trout hit a ter rific liner right into Hacks out stretched gloveNo runs no hits no errors hone left COBS Livingston made the first hit of the game a clean i single into left centerfield which was handled by Greenberg Hughes attempted to sacrifice and Webb Prim sacrificed 2nd The play going from York to Mayo Outlaw took Hacks grounder and threw him out at first No runs one hit no errors one left FOURTH INNING TIGERS Webb bounced out Hack to CaVarretta Mayo reached the full count and then walked the first Tiger to Teach first in the game Cramer drove a single into right field on the first pitch Mayo holding up at 2nd Green berg singled to left scoring Mayo and sending Cramer to 2nd Cul lenbine smashed a double down the left field line scoring Cramer and sending Greenberg to 3rd Prim was replaced on the Cubs mound by the Veteran Paul Der ringer York was purposely passed filling the bases Outlaw forced York at 2nd Johnson to Hughes Greenberg scoring on the play and Cullenbine taking 3rd Richards drove a single to cen ter scoring Cullenbine and send ing Outlaw to 2nd Trout forced Richards at 2nd Hughes to John son Four runs 4 hits no errors 2 left CUBS Johnson lined a single into center field Lowrey singled to right Johnson being held at 2nd by Cullenbines quick throw Cavarretta went to the full count and then went down swinging at a very low pitch Mayo took Paf kos roller and threw him out at first Johnson going to 3rd and Lowrey to 2nd For some reason Mayo made no attempt to get a double play Nicholson struck out swinging at a fast ball No runs 2 hits no errors 2 left FIFTH INNING TIGERS Webb was called out on strikes Mayo lofted to Lowrey in left Cramer drove a single to right center and Went to 2nd when Nicholson let the ball get through him for the first Chicago error of the series Greenberg worked Der ringer for a walk Cullenbine went out to Cavarretta unas sisted No runs one hit one error 2 left CUBS The sun finally was out strong as the Cubs came to bat Livingston flied out to Cramer in right center the Tiger veteran making a good onehanded catch after losing the ball in the sun Hughes walked on 6 pitches Frank Sec ory batted for Derrin ger Working slowly and careful ly Trout struck Secory out mak ing him swing at a bad 3rd strike Hack went out to York unas sisted No runs no hits no errors ne left SIXTH INNING TIGERS Hy Vandenberg went in to pitch for the Cubs York flied out to Lowrey deep in left field Outlaw popped up to Cavar retta Richards lined out to Hughes at short No runs no hits none left Johnson walloped a e fc ly the Cub and Tiger pitchers In back to 3rd but overthrew the bag and Johnson home It retta filed out to Greenberg Paf kolofted to Cramer The run was unearned One run one hit one error none left SEVENTH INNING TIGERS Trout popped a high one to Hughes who took it far back on the grass Cavarretta knocked down Webbs hard drive and tossed to Vandenberg for the putout Hughes threwput Mayo No runs no hits no errors none left CUBS Trout grabbed Nichol sons slow roller and threw him out at first Cramer ran far over into right field to take Living stons fly Heinz Becker batted for Hughes and singled into left field Len Merullo ran for Becker Paul Gillespie batted for Vandenberg and went out York to Trout who covered first No runs one hit no errors one left EIGHTH INNING TIGERS Paul Fjrickson went in to pitch for the Cubs and Merullo went to shortstop Cramer popped but to Merullo Greenberg fanned owM easy roller No runs no hits no errors one left CUBS Hackwent out Webb to York Webb also threw out John son Lowrey struck out No runs no hits no errors none left NINTH INNING TIGERS Outlaw drove a single into left field Richards struck out on 3 pitches Trout beat out a smash to 3rd base that Hack could not hold Outlaw went to 3rd on a passed ball Outlaw was caught in a rundown and thrown out from Livingston to Hack Webb flied out to Nicholson in right No runs Z hits no errors one left CUBS Cavarretta flied out to Cramer in deep center field Out law made a fine stop of Pafkos grounder and threw him out at first Nicholson fouled out to RichardsNo runs no hits no er rors none left CHINESE REDS CLAIM ATTACKS Chungking com munists reported Saturday with out confirmation that Generalissi mo Chiang KaiSheks troops sup ported by Japanese had launched full dress attacks against commu nist forces between Chungking and Shanghai The reports said a major Kuo mintang force was sweeping Into areas under control of the crack Yenancontrolled 8th ronle army Three armies of the central gov ernment the communists charged In southern Shansi province where the 8th claims control The communists said that in central China other Chinese forces supported by puppet and Japa nese troops attacked liberated areas in Anhwei and Kiangsi provinces and were mopping up communist troops in liberated areas claimed by the red new fourth army The reports coincided with a dispatch from Yenan in the news paper New China Daily News as serting that Chiangs commander in chief had ordered Japanese troops to recover territories oc cupied by communists The communist newspaper pub lished here asserted in a dispatch from Yenan that Gen Ho Ying Chin commander in chief of the Chinese army had ordered Japa nese forces to recapture tern tones occupied by bandits The order assertedly was given to Gen Yasun Okamura commander in chief of Japanese forces in China Insurance Man Dies Des Motnes J Mo riarty 62 former Des Moines in surance executive and president MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBEE 6 1945 au RUSSIA RECALLS DELEGATE Surplus GIs in US Get Army Release Washington army Saturday authorized release of surplus enlisted men on duty in the United States and President Truman signed legislation design ed to spur voluntary enlistments Jn the armed forces The army order applying to air ground and service forces permits commanders to discharge soldiers who are covered by all these conditions 1 Not currently eligible for dis charge by reason of points or age 2 Not qualified for foreign duty and have completed Z years of service since Sept 16 1940 3 Surplus to the requirements of the force to which they were assigned and not economically reJrainable to perform useful service 4 Not possessed of a scarce skill needed by the army This does not apply to regular army enlisted men who enlisted after Aug 16 or who have elected to remain in the service under other regulations The order stip ulated that this system must not interfere with discharge of high scoremen The measure approved by Mr Truman authorizes short term en listments optional army retire ment at half pay after 20 years of service which the navy al ready permits and extends bene fits the G I bill of rights to men reenlisting New recruits may enlist for 18 months Men already in the serv ice with at least 6 months train ing may reenlist for 12 months Byrnes Hopes for Peaceful Meeting Soon 6 Senary Byrnes ll had hopes Saturday for a truly representative European peace meeting before the end of the year He indicated Russias attitude will determine whether it mater ializes Soviet Foreign Commissar Mol otov has not rejected the United States proposal for such a con ference Byrnes said in a radio report to the nation Friday night He added he hopes the soviet un ion will agree that the nations that fought the world have a chance to make the peace Byrnes strongly emphasized his Belief that this means all allied nations directly involved not just Russia Britain and the United States At different points in his ad dress he put it in the following ways At Berlin it certainly was never intended that the 3 powers present or the 5 powers consti tuting the council of foreign min isters should take unto them selves the making of the final Peace At London the American dele gation took the position that In an interdependent democratic world peace cannot be the exclusive concern of a few presently pow erful states The United States is willing to dictate terms of peace to an en emy hut is not willing to dictate terms of peace to its allies Byrnes disclosed that one big difference at London was over recognition of the present Bulgar ian and Hungarian governments Because the United States and Britain have not yet recognized those regimes Russia apparently believes they object to the friend liness of the 2 Balkan govern ments for the soviet Union Byrnes said Byrnes made it plain too that another stumbling block was Rus sias insistence on excluding France and China from discus sions of peace treaties for coun tries with which they had not been at war Russian demands that France and China have no part in the Balkan discussions led Byrnes to formulate a compromise proposal including the suggestion for a general European peace confer Iowa GI Dies Storm Lake Vista county relatives have learned of the death of Clarence Ecker chief electricians mate killed July 29 off Okinawa during a Jap suicide plane attack on his destroyer He enlisted in the navy 13 years ago after graduating from Newell high school NIMITZ DAY HONORS ADMIRAL IN raere as thNirntz Day parade honoring Admiral Chester W Nimitz Pennsylvania AvemiT in Coal Strife Puts Black Spot on Hopeful Strike Situation By ASSOCIATED PRESS A flicker of light appeared over the nations gloomy labor scene Saturday but strife in the coal fields left a black tinge to the picture The bright side of the picture indicated strike ly pert wwk shrink to below the 400000 mark But there wereind immediate indicationsof a letup in the strife ing work stoppages in 6 states which already have closed more than 500 mines and removed some 155000 miners from their jobs The settlement of the dispute in the coal industry was the govern ments immediate top problem but there was no definite assurance that the navy in control of oil properties in 15 states was going to get full support from the 43000 striking CIO oil workers x The various locals met to dis cuss the governments seizure order and to vote on the backto work order of President O A Knight of the CIO oil workers in ternational union Early some of the strikers expressed dissatisfac tion but others voted to return to their jobs Knight predicted most of the 51 strikebound refineries seized would be delivering gasoline and oil early next week He said the union which struck for a 30 per cent wage rate increase was not capitulating to the oil companies but remained on strike against them The union has accepted the governments proposal of a tem porary 15 per cent wage Increase and appointment of an arbitrator for final settlement but the op erators rejected the truce The optimistic reports involved workers in the automotiveindus try in Detroit and longshoremen in New York The Ford Motor Co said auto truck and tractor production idle since Sept 14 after the layoff of nearly 50000 employes would be resumed next week following an expected Bend ing of the 6 weeks old strike of 4500 KelseyHayes Wheel Co workers The CIO United Automobile Workers said the strike xvould end Monday after unsuccessful efforts of the strikers to have 4 dis charged workers reinstated The walkout caused the Ford plants to close because of lack of parts Leslie Downie KelseyHayes treasurer however disagreed with the CIO announcement that the strike was over It wont be over until enough men report to start production Downie declared after the union reported a rebel picket line had been removed At the same time In Detroit the tlAW said a notice Intention to strike by some 145000 Ford com pany workers would be filed Monday with the National Labor Relations Board in Washington The primary issue union officials said would be the 30 per cent wage increase demand which is belnsr sought for the automotive industry In New York longshoremen spokesmen expressed confidence other locals would follow the ac tion of the majorAFL local in voting to return to work on Mon day enabling some 60000 work ers to go back to their jobs and restore shipping conditions to nor mal The walkout has crippled movement of cargo in the port all week tying up 360 ships The ma jor union involved voted to re turn pending negotiation of a new contract with the New York Shipping association The National Federation of Te1 was to Petition the NLRB for a formal strike vote following up a 4hour cessation of telephone senice across the coun try Friday in a test of union otr2gthThe union estimated 200000 workers left their jobs in Fridays walkout All was quiet Saturday In the motion picture lots in California after an outbreak of violence Fri day in the 8 months old AFL union jurisdictional dispute in which more than 2 score men and women were injured and 3 autos overturned In the Pacific northwest the Sailors union backed the 61000 sinking AFL lumber workers in their attempt to shut down the in dustry Water movement oE lum ber slowed down as AFL seamen refused to accept what they termed hot lumber No change was reported in the strike of 2700 AFL bus drivers and station employes of the Paci fic Greyhound Lines impeding travel in 7 northwest states the walkout over a wage dispute af fected 147000 passengers daily the company said 6679 SOLDIERS RETURN TO U S New York UR Four troop ships carrying 6679 servicemen were due Saturday from Europe and Iceland The Lewiston Victoryarrives from Le Havre with 1954 troops including units of the 5th armored division 71st armored field artil lery battalion 127th armored ord nance maintenance battalion headquarters and headquarters trains and pthe 436th AAA battalion 95th in fantry replacement detachment The David C Shanks arrives from Marseilles with 2714 mis cellaneous troops The Bardstown Victory carried 1897 including two battalions of the 5th armored division and the Saturn arrived from Iceland with 24 troops and one civilian Iowa Ohio State Iowa Phone Workers 0 K Resolution Des Moines IF Iowa tele phone workers who attended lo cal union meetings throughout the state Friday during a 4 hour tibn empowering their parenl union the National Federation of Telephone Workers to call a strike vote If necessary R L Rogers president of the general board of directors of the Northwestern Union of Telephone Workers which has membership in 5 midwest stales said Friday night that more than 98 per cent of the union members checked at that time had approved the reso lution He said returns were In Fri day night from twothirds of the more than 9000 members There are locals in Iowa Nebraska Min nesota North and South Dakota The resolution approved Fri day by locals instructed the NFTW to demand a strike vote if deemed necessary or desirable John H Wilson district man ager for the Northwestern Bell Telephone company asserted that public cooperation was excel lent during the 4 hour period that the union members were off During that time telephone serv ice functioned only on an emer gency basis Rogers said the local meetings held throughout the area were welt attended and very order ly He said he thought it likely that another union meeting would have to be called later The meetings were held in pro test to a recommendation by a national labor relations board trial examiner which called for the dissolution of the Western Elec tric Employes Association Union at Kearny N J an affiliate also of the NFTW The examiner had upheld charges of a rival CIO union that the Western Electric union was company dominated Accept Limestone Bids in AAA Offices Oct 15 DCS Moines on lime stone to be spread under the 1946 agricultural adjustment agency program will be accepted in coun ty AAA offices beginning Oct 15 W L Hawks state AAA program specialist reported Saturday Each county will ask bids on the amount of limestone it believes will be needed during the year Hawks said it was hoped mc than 2000000 tons would be spread throughout the state in 1946 Figures are not yet available on the amount placed on Iowa fields this year The limestone program should forge ahead next year Hawks said There probably will be more producers more labor for the pro duction and more equipment for hauling and spreading it Laval Refuses to Appear in Treason Trial Paris Lavals trea son trial was resumed Saturday without the defendant or his law yers after the former Vichy pre mier stalked out of court scream ing liar at the judge and re fused to come back Judge Pierre Mongibeaux who had thrown Laval out of the courtroom only an hour earlier and then permitted him to re turn tried vainly to get the de fendant back before resuming the trial Sulking in his cell Laval stub bornly refused You can hand cuff me if you Want but I wont come he shouted defiantly The judge finally gave up and ordered the hearing to go on At that point Lavals lawyers de cided they too would refuse to appear My is not there why should I go in the chief defense counsel remarked to reporters Mongibeaux then ordered the proceedings to go on without the defense and he called in the pro secutions first witness former French President Alfred LeBrun LeBrun began testifying at p m and after 20 minutes of rou tine questioning the judge up and recessed the trial until p m Monday Laval appeared to have won the round and his attorneys insisted he would stand by his announced intention not to come back or speak in his own defense He went on his bizarre strike halfway through Saturdays ses sion after Mongibeaux had ejected him from the court at the height of a noisy exchange in which de fendant judge jurors and law yers tried to outshout each other PACKINGHOUSE lOJlSKRftlSE Omaha T Stephens of Des Moincs United Packinghouse Workers of America CIO leader for Nebraska Iowa and Colorado told some 2000 CIO packinghouse workers here Friday night that the union plans to ask a wage in crease ot 25 cents an hour in the near future Pay hikes are urgently needed he declared because the packing house Industry has had no gen eral salary increase since Patrick Ratigan local CIO field representative declared the union is strong enough to get the pay boost The workers represented nine Omaha packing plants The Omaha concerns where pay boosts will be sought officials said are the Armour Cudahy Swift and Wil son packing plants the Union Stockyards company the Ne braska Beef company South Omaha Packing company Kroeger packing plant and Glasers provis ions France Representative Named for War Trials Faris Falco mag istrate of the highest French court will represent France on the military tribunal which will hear the major war crimes trials at Nuernberg The United States has named Former Attorney General Francis Biddle Britain Lord Justice Law rence and the soviet union Johan Nikichenko The 4power high court is ex pected to meet in Berlin Monday to receive formal indictments against 24 top nazis accused as principal war criminals Wisconsin Purdue Final Michigan Nowestern Weather Report FORECAST Mason City Fair Saturday and Sunday Somewhat cooler Sat urday night Iowa Partly cloudy Saturday with a few showers southeast portion Saturday forenoon Fair Saturday night and Sunday Slowly clearing Saturday night Fair cooler extreme east portion Saturday Sunday increasing cloudiness Scattered light showers north portion A little warmer southeast portion IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statistics Maximum Friday 70 Minimum Friday 48 At 8 a m Saturday 51 YEAR AGO Maximum 65 Minimum 44 Precipitation 21 3 4 Final SOVIET HEAD IN ALLIED JAPAN CONTROL QUITS No Reason Given for Recall Reported by Radio at Moscow BULLETIN London Moscow ra dio said Saturday that Lt Gen Kuzma N Derevyauko Russian military representative in Japan had returned to Moscow upon a summons by the soviet govern ment Derevyanko headed Rus sias 16man dejegatlon at the cer emonial surrender of Japan con ducted by Gen MacArthur aboard Ihe U S battleship Missouri Sept 8 He signed he surrender in strument on behalf of the soviet union A Russian demand for a 4 power ajency to govern Japan was reported by the Moscow radio Wednesday to have been pre sented Jlmes F Byrnes U S sec retary of state before the break up of the foreign ministers con ference in London Tokyo Japanese min istry ol justice Saturday night or dered the immediate release of all political prisoners from peniten tiaries shortly after Emperor Hi rohito called Baron Kijuro Shid ehara 73 year old liberal out of retirement to become Japans new premier Shidehara a former ambassador to Washington who resigned from the Japanese foreign ministry in 1931 as a protest against Japa nese aggression was named to succeed Prince Naruhiko Higashi Kuni In an interview with United Press he pledged unstinting co operalion with the allied occupa tion foices The new premier planned to be gin Sundayto select his cabinet expected to be the most liberal since Japanese troops drove into Manchuria 14 years ago The home offices directive re leasing some 3000 political pris oners throughout Japan came as allied authorities announced they concurred in Fridays order tem porarily retaining some police chiefs after Oct 10 Gen Douglas MacArthur had set that date for compliance with his directive abolishing restrictions on Japa nese freedom A home ministry announcement said dismissal of the police chiefs and all thought control police throughout the country would take place after Ihe new cabinet has been formed The government also directed lhat the political divisions ot the metropolitan police be abolished filong with the foreign affairs and censorship bureaus of the home ministry Shidehara told Miles W Vaughn United Press far eastern manager m an interview that he would co operate wholeheartedly with Gen Douglas MacArthur and all other allied occupation authorities He outlined a program of work sobriety and patience which he said his government would follow in an attempt to extricate Japan from her present difficulties and restore her prestige in the world Hirohito gave Shidehara the im perial command to form a new cabinet at a 15 minute audience shortly after p m 1030 p m Friday Immediately afterward the baron conferred with his protege Shigcru Yoshida foreign minister in the Higashi Kuni government The Japanese Domei agency said Shidehara would retain Yoshida as foreign minister Com pletion ot the cabinet may take 2 w 3 days Apart from Yoshida the only holdovers from the previ ous cabinet probably will be Tat suo Kawai another liberal called out of retirement several weeks ago to become information mtn Iser and education minister Tamon Macda It appeared uncertain whether separate army and navy ministers be appointed since these portfolios probably soon will be abolished in line with complete demilitarization of Japan Shide hara may take over the 2 posts himself concurrently with the premiership Shidehara Jong has advocated ChineseJapanese cooperation and it was expected that he would seek a rapprochement with Gener alissimo Chiang KaiShek in fur therance of this policy Shidcharas visit to Yoshidas residence immediately after his audience with the emperor indi cated that he would rely heavily on the foreign minister for advice in forming his cabinet and in his later conduct of the government Yoshida a liberal who was jailed earlier this year for par ticipation in a Japanese peace plot had been urged to take the pre miership but refused in favor of Shidehara   

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