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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 10, 1945, Mason City, Iowa OF NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME Ot A NO AUCHIVtS IKES jA THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS tVOL un Associated Preu and United Press Full Leaned Five Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 10 1915 Tbli Paper Consists at Two NO 1 COMPROMISE IN GOAL DISPUTE FAILS Tigers Near Title Lead 9 to 3 in 8th SCORE BY INNINGS 2 3 4 56 78 9 R H E Detroit Tigers had the World Series within their grasp Wednesday as they led the Chicago Cubs 9 to 3 at the end of the 8th inning FIRST INNING Webb took the lull count and then slapped a single into right field Mayo clubbed the first pitchinto right field for a single sending Webb toSrdCra mer lobbed a single near th left field line scoring Webb and send ing Mayo to 2nd That was all for Borowy arid big Paul Derrin ger went to the hill for the Cubs Greenberg sacrificed to Cavar retta unassisted Mayo taking 3rd and Cramer 2nd Cullenbine was purposely passed filling the bases York reached the full count and then popped up to Hack Outlaw walked on 4 straight pitches forc ing Mayo across Richards doubled into the left field corner scoring Cramer Cullenbine and Outlaw Newhouser rolled out Johnson to Cavarretta Five runs 4 bits no errors one left CUBS Hack was called out on strikes looking at a sweeping curve Johnson smacked a double to left cent erf ield Lowrey bunted and was safe on Newhousers er ror Johnson holding 2nd Cavar retta singled to right scoring Johnson and sending Lowrey to 3rd Pafko hit into a double play Webb to Mayo to York One run 2 lilts one error one left SECOND INNING TIGERS Webb filed to Pafko in deep center Mayo lined out to Cramer singled cleanly into right field his 10th hit of the series Greenberg walked the Cubs protesting bitterly about a couple of UmpireVEassarellas de v Pafko struck out swinging No runs one hit no errors one left SEVENTH INNING TIGERS Cullenbine drew the full count and walked York was called out on strikes Outlaw lofted to Pafko in short center Richards doubled to the right field wall scoring Cullenbine Newhouser lined to Pafko One run one hit no errors one left CUBS Nicholson was out York to Newhouser on a close play at first Livingston singled to left He reached 2nd on a wild pitch by Newhouser into the dirt Hughes worked Newhouser for a walk Frank Secory batted for Erickson and was called out on strikes Newhousers 7th victim of the game Hack forced Livingston at 3rd Outlaw unassisted No runs one hit no errors 2 left EIGHTH INNING TIGERS Claude Passeau went to the mound for the Cubs Webb worked him for a pass Mayo doubled down the left field line scoring Webb Cramer was out Johnson to Cavarretta Mayo tak ing 3rd Greenberg hit a terrific liner out to Lowrey in left field Mayo easily scoring after the catch Cullenbine popped to John son Two runs one hit no errors none left CUBS Johnson went out Webb to York Lowrey dropped a single into left field Cavarretta drove a single through the box into cen terfield sending Lowrey to 3rdi Pafko struck out swinging Afoul pitch struck Richards on the hand ancChe retired to the TRUMAN GREETS A Truman greeted Mike Moffatt 2 of Hornbleak Tenn with a pat and a smile on the lawn of his cottage at Reelfoot Lake Tenn AP wirephoto K A Engr Truman Dedicates Kentucky Dam Ending Vacationjour Gilbertsville Ky Truman Wednesday dedicated mar Hy yanderiberg replaced Derringer in the boxfor the Cubs Outlaw went out Vandenberg to Cavarretta One run one hit no errors 3 left CUBS Nicholson fouled out to Richards Livingston bounced to Outlaw who threw him out at first Hughes was called out on strikes No runs no hits no er rors none left THIRD INNING TIGERS Richards was called out onstrikes without taking a swing Newhouser was an easy out Johnson to Cavarretta Hughes tossed out Webb No runs no hits no errors none left CUBS Vandenberg flied to Cul lenbine inshort right Hack went out York Webb took Johnsons hopper near 2nd and threw him out No runs no hits no errors none left e for finger Hichards rightTnand was broken Nicholson doubled to center scor ing Lowrey and sending Cavar retta to 3rd Livingston struck out swinging One run 3 hits no er rors 2 left FOURTH INNING TIGERS Mayo looked at a called 3rd strike Cramer popped out to Hughes Greenberg walked on 5 broke his bat on a long foul Livingston dropped the 3rd strike and threw Cullenbine out at first No runs no hits no errors one left CUBS Lowrey flied to Cullen bine who made a long run to pull it down Cavarretta singled to center Pafko hit a triple over Hoger Cramers head scoring Cavarretta on a close play at the plate Cramers perfect throwin reached the plate a step ahead of Cavarretta but Richards dropped it Newhouser threw out Nichol son Livingston also went out Newhouser to York One run 2 hits no errors one left FIFTH INNING TIGERS York bounced out Hack to Cavarretta Outlaw singled over short and then stole 2nd base Hack threw out Rich ards Outlaw holding 2nd New houser lined out to Lowrey near the left field line No runs one hit no errors one left CUBS Hughes was called out on strikes for the 2nd straight time Eddie Sauer batted for Van denberg and struck out swinging at a change of pace Hack went out Webb to York No nms ao hits no errors none left SIXTH INNING TIGERS Paul Erickson was the Cubs pitcher Webb flied out to Pafko in center Mayo flied to Lowrey close against the left cen teriield wall Cramer smashed a single to center his 3rd hit of the game and llth of the series He stoU2nd as Livingston dropped a pitch and failed to make a throw Greenberg struck out swinging Xo runs one hit no errors one HERO OF DIEPPE VISITS ACKLEY Hills of South Pasadena Cal spent several days in the home of Mr and Mrs George Richtsmeier He has been overseas for nearly 5 years and has completed 150 missions He was successful in bagging the German plane FockeWulf 190 in the Dieppe raid in France He spent considerable time in England France Germany and South Pacific He was hospitalized for one month1 in Pennsylvania be fore reaching Ackley ARMY LEADERS TAKE ON RULE FOR ARGENTINA Political Situation Confused Following Perons Resignation Buenos Aires The army ruled Argentina Wednesday after forcing the resignation of the strongman Vice President Col Juan Domingo Peron but the navy was reported demanding that the entire government quit and turn the nation over to the supreme court The situation in stormy Argen tina was confused but this much was clear Gen Edelmiro Farrell head of the military regime still is president but hetakes his or ders from bulky cigarchewing Gen Eduardo Avalos commander of Ihe big Campo De Mayo garri son in suburban Buenos Aires whose personal quarrel with Peron brought about the mili tarys demand for the resignation of the vice president A high navy told The Associated Press Perons resigna tion alone was insufficient since it left unsettled the essential prob existence of the mili tary government But there was reason to believe the army and navy could come to terms Juan Cooke Farrells foreign minister announced the cabinet would meet Wednesday The Campo garrison from whence in June 1943 Gen Artoro Rawson overthrew the government of Ramon Castillo and became president for 2 days had been Perons chief support It turned against him Tuesday amid the storm of opposition to his military i the same they did in waK We should exercise sense goahead continue tcvget the job cone The get the job from platform oh the site of the 000000 dam which was started in 1938 on the Tennessee river 22 miles above the point where the Tennessee joins the Ohio river in Kentucky The dam was the 16th in the Tennessee river water tem operated by TVA and has built up a floodcontrol reservoir covering 158300 acres In connection with his speech the president told members of his party that as much as ever he favored the establishment of reg ional authorities patterned after TVA for every one of the nations basic water sheds The president paraded through Paducah beforedriving about 20 miles to Gilbertsville Mr Truman will return to Washington Wednesday night by plane landing at the national air port about 5 p m CSX NAVY DOCTORS GET POINT CUT Washington navy has reduced the discharge point score for medical officers from 60 to 53 It estimates this will make 4000 navy reserve doctors eligible for returnto civilian life by January 1 or 2300 more than would have been eligible under the old score Regular and reserve officers in the navymedical corps total 13 700 left CUBS swinging Johnson struck out at a curve Lowrey singled into left Cavarretta flied out to Cramer in short center Amer Ahlberg of Iowa Falls Found Dead A man identified as Amer Lew is Ahlberg 69 of Iowa Falls was found dead on the floor in a washroom at the City park com fort station about 6 p m Tues day J E Nelson Waterloo found the body slumped on the floor Dr Ralph E Smiley county coroner attributed the death to heart dis ease Letters found in the dead mans clothing indicated that he had recently submitted to treat ment at the state university hos pital at Iowa City The dead mans wife Mary K Ahlberg who lives at 704 Depot street Iowa Falls has been noti fied The body was taken to the Patterson funeral home Arrange ments are incomplete Buy your Victory Bonds and Stamps from your GlobeGazette carrier boy FIRING SQUAD KILLS DARNAND Other War Criminals Face Indictments By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Joseph Darnand former head of the Vichy governments militia died before a French firing squac Wednesday for his treasonable op pression of French resistance to the German occupation forces His superior in the Vichy re gime Pierre Laval was Tuesday to death Elsewhere in Europe proceed ings a gainstsuspected war crim inals ground forward steadily of the indictmen against 25 leading nazis such a Goering Hess Von Papen Rib bentrop Keitel and Jodl awaitec the arrival of the Russian prose cutor of the 4power tribunal nazi concentra tion camp officials here on tria before a British military cour Mrs Josef Kramer wife of th chief defendant testifield her hus band felt that massed gassing o prisoners was very wrong Gen A n t o Dostler was on trial charged wit murdering 15 captured America troops His superior Gen Gusta von Zanzen denied that the orde for the executions came from higher up as Dostler asserted American cour was trying 7 Germans for mas murders of Poles and Russians a the Hadamar murder factory Two defendants accused all th others and nearly started a figh among them Witnesses describee how the captives were znurderet with injections FORECAST tason City Cloudy Wednesday afternoon and night clearing Thursday rising tem perature trend Light showers Wednesday afternoon owa Partly cloudy Wednesday night and Thursday Warmer Wednesday and in east portion Wednesday night Rather mild Thursday linnesota Fair Wednesday night and Thursday warmer IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statistics Maximum Tuesday Minimum Tuesday At 8 a m Wednesday YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum rule which had been fury for weeks gathering SOLDIERS UNLOAD LINEItSoldiers of the 833rd port company stationed at the Brooklyn army base unload mail and baggage from the Queen Elizabeth in New York Tues day after longshoremen on strike there for the last 9 days refused to do the job The liner arrived in New York Tues day with 15000 troops from Europe wirephoto K A Engr Notions Strike Situation 52 39 44 51 28 Buy your Victory Bonds and Stamps from your GlobeGazette irrier boy At the end of the day the naUon Still was over the mean inpolitical fortunes Somei believed ft might be the beginning of a return to constitutional government hold ing that the supreme court must take the reins Others held that so long as the army retained an iron grip nothing was changed essentially Demonstrations were touched off in many places as news of the resignation of Peron spread swift ly and there were some clashes between celebrating crowds and police Frowning 53yearold Avalos whom Peron himself had elevated from colonel to brigadier general and placed in charge of the Campo garrison actually took Perons place turning the tables on his erstwhile crony in a behind the scenes struggle for power Ask Gas Pipeline Washington to build a 1216mile natural gas pipeline from the HugotonPan handle fields of Texas and Okla homa to midwest points including Iowa has been asked the federal power commission by the Michi ganWisconsin Pipeline company Estimated cost of construction was placed at By UNITED PRESS Some 27000 eastern dyers returned to work Wednesday reduc ing the national strike idle to 457000 The major disputes COAL United Mine Workers President John L Lewis and soft coal operators met with government officials to consider a compro mise proposal to send 174000 miners back to the pits Solid fuels administration officials said 749 mines had been shut down and placed production losses at 6580860 tons since Sept 21 35000 striking AFL longshoremen tightened their stranglehold on New York shipping operations Soldiers were called to unload the giant liner Queen Elizabeth and 17 troopships of the war shipping administration were ordered to sail without cargo MOTION Moviemaking was halted for the 5th con secutive day at Warner Bros studio in Hollywood as rival AFL union ists continued their longstanding dispute over jurisdiction of 78 set decorators Five persons were one as c OPERATORS AND LEWIS PLAN ON RENEWING TALK Dispute of Operators and UMW Chief 186000 Miners in US BULLETIN Washington coal era to us and UMVV Chief John L Lewis failed at a 3hour confer ence Wednesday to reach agree ment on a compromise plan to end strikes affecting186800 miners They did agree however to renew their talks with Secre tary of Labor Schwellenbach at a session later In the day By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The nationwide total of persons away from work because labor troubles was reduced by 42000 Wednesday with the settlement of a 3state strike of textile workers The reduction left the number off the job in various industries at 418000 At the same time Secretary of Labor Schwellenbach was hopefnl of ending the critical strikes in the soft coal fields which would enable some 182000 workers to resume digging In 749 closed mines The strike of 42000 CIO textile print and dye workers in 284 shops in New Jersey New York and Pennsylvania ended with a unionmanagenic agreement to a 10 cents an I wage increase pickets studio gates dwindled in the Pacific northwest where a strike of 61000 AFL lumber and sawmill workers entered its 4th week TRANSPORTATIONWRepresentativesof 2700 striking DUS driv ers met with Pacific Greyhound officials in an attempt to end a tie up in bus service in 7 western states STEEL An estimated 17000 CIO steel workers were out in scat tered eastern mills Production in the Pittsburgh area was at 62 per cent of capacity as a result of the soft coal strikes of Motor company officials announced resumption passenger cay production in 4 branch assembly plants and said truck production would be restored to normal by the middle of next wfxilr f week Liberated Japanese Political Prisoners Emerge to Cheers of Waiting Communist Crowd Tokyo political prisoners emerged from behind the massive walls of 4 Japanese prisons Wednesday to the acclaim of welcoming communist crowds shouting opposition to imperial while a newlyformed national federation of toilers arose to defend the imperial house and assail tiie reds The Japanese navys chief paymaster Vice Adm Ushinosuke Tamamoto meanwhile disclosed thai the navys impounded fortune of several million dollars was acquired from conquered nations and from the Japanese people themselves and was paid for abroad in nowworthless military currency and at home in promissory notes Pf c Thomas Boyle Jap POW Enroute to Mason City Home Condition Is Good Says Message From 3 Year Prisoner Another Mason Cityan who has been interned in a Jap prison camp since the fal of Corregidor in May 1942 has been heard from Wednesday morning Mrs Jose phine Boyle 1424 East State re ceived a telegram from the war department stating that her son Pfc Thomas Boyle had been re turned to military control on Sept 17 and was being returned to the United States within the near fu ture He will he given an opportun ity to communicate with you upon arrival if he has not already done so the message said The war department had received a mes sage from Pfc Boyle which said that he was well and ing for home tomorrow The re port had also stated that his phy sical condition was good Mrs Boyle said that she had been receiving a number of cards from her son The last one to ar rive was sent from camp No 1 in the Philippines but no date was given as to time of writing Neith er was there any date on the other cards one of which was a Christmas greeting presumably sent for last years holiday All were form cards with only the sig nature in Pfc Boyles handwrit ing Another Jap prisoner from this PFC THOMAS BOYLE community heard from recently is J B Cannella who wrote from Manchuria that he was well Known to have died in a Japanese prison camp is Capt Lawrence Mcade son of Dr and Mrs C L Meade Mason City Lt Lawrence Hendrickson son of H J Hen drickson Mason City died as he was being transported from the Philippines to Japan by the Japs George Timm of Thornton also from a Jap prison camp was re turned to his home some time ago Far Eastern Allied Group Will Convene Washington United States has called a meeting of a proposed far eastern advisory commission for Oct 23 in Wash ington but intends to make no change in General Douglas Mac Arthurs post as supreme com mander in Japan Secretary of State Byrnes an nounced the meeting Wednesday saying that invitations had gone out to 9 other governments and that India may be included at Britains suggestion Simultaneously Byrnes dis closed Russia had suggested thai creation of the advisory commis sion be preceded by establishment of a control council for Japan Such a step would mean either replacing or lowering MacArthur jM from his present position as su preme commander for the allies Byrnes making it clear that he personally does not favor this Russian proposition said there is no intention of altering MacAr thurs status Nations invited to the meeting here are Russia Britain China France Canada Australia the Netherlands New Zealand ant the Philippines Britain has suggested that India be included The United States agreeing for itself has passed the suggestion on to Russia and China which never were redeemed Promoters the newlycreated ederation resolved to wage a determined fight against com munism which aims at extermina ion of our unique national policy under the emperor The federation and Buy yonr Victory Bonds and Stamps from your GlobeGazette carrier boy another group favoring a drastic over lauling of the Japanese diet rose suddenly in uneasy Nippon Wed nesday as the new liberal premier Baron Kijuro Shidehara told his people in a broadcast The hold of the military clique and bureaucrats on political power has been broken and all politics and economics will be determined by the will of the majority Sixteen liberated prisoners walked through the big wooden gate in Fuchu prisons massive stone wall Wednesday to be hoist ed immediately to the shoulders of a cheering crowd of 300 Japa nese communists and Koreans Shouting banzai for the re lease of fighters of the peoples front the crowd waved red flags and Korean independence then listened quietly while Com munist Kyuichi Tokuda urged overthrow of the imperial system The imperial system is the root of all evils he asserted Tokuda spent 18 years in prison for voicing such General MacArthurs directives and Shideharas new liberality gave him immunity Three other prisons Kosuge Toyotama and Tokyo Kochisao also opened on the Oct 10 dead line set by MacArthur Many of their political prisoners had been held without charge for 10 to 20 years after they had advo cated communism or spoken for men and 5 cents lor women The wage question cannot be re opened until Nov 1 1946 Pull production was expected to be reached by Wednesday night or Thursday The stoppage began in Paterson N J on Sept 27 and spread to other areas The union scaled downward its wage increase demand from 15 cents to 10 cents In the soft coal dispute which has cut into steel production the secretaryof labor was ready to offer a new compromise proposal to bituminous operators Mtd Doit ed Mine Workers officials headed by President John L Lewis Schwellenbach said they should be able to agree I dont think they are very far apart Schwellenbach said after the operators and union leaders ended a long conference without reaching agreement on the main issue recognition of the United Mine Workers Foremens union Lewis proposal to end the strike if the operators would negotiate on the recognition issue was not fully accepted by the operators who said thenwillingness to ne gotiate should not be taken as any retreat from their position that foremen should not be unionized After the UMW chief rejected their counterplan Schwellenbach prepared a revised proposal which he hoped would be acceptable to both sides and brinf settlement of theZOday old work stoppages in mines in 6 stales Additional steelworkers were forced to quit work because of coal shortages and production in many mills was cut by the clos ing of blast furnaces and open hearths New Yorks crippling portwide strike of 35000 to 60000 long shoremen left the worlds busiest harbor virtually idle again Wednesday the 10th day of the walkout in a dispute over a new contract Thousands of tons of cargo went unmoved as 369 ships were tied up The strike said Capt Hewlett R Bishop of the war shipping administration was delaying the return of thousands of troops and 17 Liberty ships had heen or dered to leave their cargo hehind and sail for Europe immediately to pick up loads of returning servciemen Army and UNREA cargo previously had been carried by the vessels on trips to Europe He said more than 110000 tons of relief cargo and army have piled up including 8000 ions of perishable meat For the army Wednesday all local unions oJ the AFL international longshore mens association were expected to vote on whether to return to work Thursday On the Pacific coast 40 ships were idle at piers because of re fusal of members of CIO marine cooks and stewards union to sign up under reduced personnel rules made by the WSA Tension mounted in the motion picture industry in Hollywood as AFL strike leaders said picketing will continue indefinitely until Warner Brothers close their studio capitulate or Clashes be tween pickets and nonstriking movie workers outside the studio have injured 111 persons Produc tion was halted Warner Brothers joined with other major studios in a statement urging law enforcement officials to prevent continuance of the terroristic action which has been against the ruling Japanese govtaken against 1 studio by the striking faction of film worken ernment
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