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   Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1947, Winona, Minnesota                                w EATHER lid Full Leased Wire News Report of The Associated Press Member of the Audit Bureau of PROTECT YOUR FUTURE U. S. SAVINGS BONOS VOLUME 46. NO. 270 W1NONA, MINNESOTA, SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY 4, 1947 FOURTEEN PAGES Badger Senators Confer Bilbo Battle in Second Day Senator Alexander Wiley (left) and Senator-Elect Joaeph R. McCarthy both Wlneoruln Republicans, look over pa- peri In the room" In the Capitol at Washington, Just out- ilcJr tho (A.I1. Wlrephoto to The Republloan- llrrald.) Boys Town Fire Loss lloyi Town, trrji nt Monslgnor K. J. Flanagan's fiomr for here will (to to school In pnrlor.1 of thrlr apartment while workmen repair a building damaged by a bluzo ye.nterday. Hoys Town General Manager Patrick .J. Norton, who placed the (Umaxr "In exrciui of said thr. building will be rrroofnd. cllm- Inntlntf thn nrr-rnvagcd fifth floor. Other were damiiKMl by smokr and wuter. Tho structure was t.hr first to tie built by the Uoyn Town New Liberal Group Plans Drive in HT fUrrllng F. new "liberal" movement was pointed by 1U lead- ers today toward support of a Dem- (.eriitlc party molded along New Peal lines for IMB'n presidential flection. Under uppnsorahlp of tho Union for Democratic Action, liberal and lnbc-r leaders mft at the Wll- liird hotrl today advlurd by Chester nnt to "harbor uny Illusions about n third narty." Ilowlrn, former economic stablllr.- rr, urtfrd UfJA to accrjit the Dem- orrntlr party "with all Itji faultn" m It.t cffcctlvn Instrument for political iirtltm." "If wr rxpf-ct to regain thn ground wp nhall havr by 10411 wo must rlrct a llbrral Prr.ilrlc-nt and a llb- rrnl Bowles told n din- ner Attended by mum than 400 UDA mrmbrrn and wrll-wlnhrrfi ut thi- HlKirrhnin Imlrl hrrn laxt night. Hrrkx Cnntrul nt Tarty llil.i wn nuwt work through thr Uemwrntlo party inn- tin wild. "All our our Ingrnulty munt bn thrown Into thn jtrUKKlc to entabllsh liberal control 6f thn Democratic party in MI; Mrnibrr.i of the UDA ntaff indl- rutrtl that the organization, In Its (liiy'long closed Ku.sKlan, Will follow Howler.' advice, although somu pcr- MIII.H attending advocated adoption of the thlrcl-pnrly technique. More likely. UfM leaders sttld, nil effort Sparta Man On Missing Byrd Plane Dy Alton L. Blakeslee Aboard the Mount Olympus In (he Pack, January X (De- toyed) Nine men aboard a big Martin Mariner seaplane dis- appeared without a trace Monday In the bleak, uncharted south polar wastelands and fog and snow for three days has prevented any Hcarch by tho two other waiting Mariners. Onn member of tho crew is Wen- dell K. Hendersln, aviation radio mun first class, whoso wife, Mrs. Lillian H. Hondersln, lives at Ports- moth, Va. His parents, Mr, and Mrs. Walter 8, Hendersln, live at Sparta, Win. The other Mariners are with the seaplane tender Pine Island for out In the Pacific. The plane vanished in the area of the Franklin D. Rooatvclt. nnd Jamos W. aaisworth land while on ft long photographic' mission. Final A final radio message from the men sold the plane was over the icy Roosevelt seacoast with the weather bad and snowy. This message was sent leas than three hours after tho plane took off at a. m. Monday, or a. m. Eastern standard time. Fragmentary voice radio trans- mission was heard later when tho plane was nine hours out. It was making a scheduled ton-hour, (Conllnued on Pace S, Column Nl'AIlTA MAN will be mndc tf> expand UDA Itstilf, prrfmri.t uiiclrr a iirw uamr, and a program to attract oth- Uoonrvolt, nn- er Franklin nt dinner, wished the group (fowl luck and ox- trneli-d In-r "bi-.-it wlnhi-.s for your Krru! MICCI-SS IL-I leaders not only at Imfiir bill. In till- world." With support from cll.it liinulKhcd nf thr lutr Prusldt-nt IOK.'.CVI-H, UDA appnirrd ready to inakr a omitc'sl fur liberal k'lidnr- >hit> with tin- iii-wly "I'ro- Krcv.ivo or form- id 111 New York lii.'tf. Monday by tho rnc'U-rr "f Um National Clllwntt Po- Art.ioii committed mid rilric cither New Vcirkrm llnir Wnllacfl Hc-nrv A. Wnllurr niUlri'NsixJ the NI-U- Vork which iip- fit lived n rr.viltitlnn Miylng Mint the Clllxeiir. of America cT'iilcl not rule cuil I hi  Brooklyn station house, and surrendered in those words: I'm Salvatore D'Aula. I'm on of tho fellows who got out of Ray mond strool Jail. You might Jus as well take me. I've been riding tho subways for two days. I'm hun gry and I might Just as well quit.1 NOTICE OF PRICE INCREASE Effective Monday, January 6, the currier delivered price of Tho Winona Republican-Herald will bo advanced to 25- PER WEEK Tho now rate will apply in tho City of Winona and in Goodviisw Village and BlufT Sidintf. Tho per copy price will bo live cents everywhere. The principal costs of producing n newspaper urn news- print nnd payroll. Newsprint IN now priced nt pur ton, up 00% per cent in tho four ycnrn. Payroll Kono up 44 pcr jn tho iwitno length of tlmo and will be up (rtiarply Jn 1047. It therefore is very clear why this increase In price Is JmjiorntlVP. Provision hdH carrier boy. been uuido for additional pay lo your THE WINONA REPUBLICAN-HERALD 18 Indicted by U. S. Grand Jury, 2 at Rochester St. Paul Eighteen per- sons, including a woman accused ol slaying her husband, were indicted by a federal grand jury horo lato Friday. Mrs. Lena Mathilda Qarlow, SO, was named in a true bill charging murder for the alleged ntnbblng to death of her husband in their Red Lake Indian renorvatlon homo near Bcmldjl December 20. Judge Robert O. Boll sot nor. trial for tho federal court-term which otarts Tuesday at Fergus Falls. Six of tho indictments were sec- ret. Others included: Robert L. Craig, Pittsburgh, and Herschol E, Brantley, Thomaston., Go., for Dyer act violations by auto thefts. Wesley W. Mace, Rochester, Minn., hotel clerk, accused of fall- The cooperation of Wlnona'a rep- resentatives in tho state legislature and the city council was pledged to aid tho Wlnona board of educa- tion in getting the mill celling lifted on taxation for general school pur- pases. State Senator-Elect Leonard W. Dernek and State Representative- Elect Clarence P. Hartner nnd City Councilmen William P. Theurer and Stanley W. Wieczorek met with of the board of education at an informal meeting at the Sen- ior High school Friday evening to discuss school and future. Superintendent of Schools L. 8, Harbo presented a written report which showed that by March 31, 1048, the school system's working balance of capital will be reduced to about. unless state aid Is materially increased by the 1947 leg- islature. This balance, it was ex- plained, is not large enough to cover the disbursements which will fall duo at that time. Needed The board estimates it will need the cf for operating expenses and it will have to be ob- tained from either local taxation or from increased state and federal Bids. It was pointed out that if the amount must be raised by local taxation, it would amount to an in- crease of 14.0 mills in tho present school tax rate. However, there is now a program under way in tho state to got tho amount of state old increased. If a plan proposed by the governor's committee on education is passed by tho legislature, about would be added to the amount of state aid paid Winona. As a result, the local mill need would be re- duced from 14.D to about 0.0 mills. Legislative action is necessary before Wlnona con levy even this increase because of a peculiar situ- ation which exists of. the school district. Before the turn of the century, Wlnona was set up as an independ- ent school district, similar to those in Minneapolis and St. Paul. The board, under the act, was empow- ered to levy tho amount of taxation needed to operate the schools. In 1923, the charter was amended to give Wlnona the right to levy a opcclnl ten-mill school -building sinking fund for tho construction of now buildings. This enabled tho city to got its new schools erected, but at tho tlmo tho amendment wan passed, n rule was included which limited tho lovy for general school purposes in Winona to 30 mills. Unable to Borrow If Wlnona could borrow from th building sinking fund, everything might work out. satisfactorily, bu this in ImposHlblo as tho law llmltf Theodore G. Bilbo (right) stairs onUlde Senate cham- ber with his attorney, Forrest Jackson, after being rtrfuMtd a Mat at the opening seulon of the Senate yesterday. (A.P. Wlnphoto to Kepubllcan-Ilerald.) Knutson Hopes Tax Cut Is Effective by April 1 By Francli M. Lemay Washington Chairman Harold Knutson of the House ways and means committee, determined to Jam. his tax-slashing bill through Conprresa quickly, naid today it will be sent to a House vote without hearing from anyone but govern- ment witnesses. The committee will receive testimony only from the secretary of the treasury and congressional-------------------------------------------------- tax experts on Knutson's proposal to out taxes on Incomes up to 000 .by a straight 20 per cent, tho told He concerted that lie may have been "overly optimistic" in setting April I as effective data for the reduction in 1847 in- dividual income levies, but declared: "If this bill has hard sledding it will be entirely due to It k of ing to deliver to a srucst n registered letter containing a S war bond for 'which he signed, Raymond F, Ready, 35, p.lso of Rochester, charged with talcing a 145 veterans' compensation check from the malls illegally. Edward E. Lewis. 42, wh.lle accused of sending obscene leters .Icyy tho money received from the spe- cial mill tax for the conHtruotlon o new buildings only, it was ex plained. Wlnona schools have for some tlmo operated on one of the small- est general schabl fund tax rates In tho state while money in tho building fund has accumulated, li was emphasized.. The board now proposes that the celling on the general school fund bo lilted to allow it to levy as high a mill rate aa Is needed to operate efficiently. In reply to a question as to the advisability of no celling, the board to in-laws. Francis Crow, former farmer a Morris, Minn., charged with Rcllln grain covered by government cro loans and forging the check h received in payment for it. After accepting its report, Judg Boll recessed tho panel pending fur thor call of tho court. pointed out that it la a public board elected by tho people and added that members can be removed at election tlmo if the public feels they are not operating efficiently. It was also pointed out by board are al- bulldlng this tax Wisconsin House Delegation Becomes Solidly Republican Washington WlnconHln'n louno delegation bocamo solidly Republican yofitorday when two now numbers from districts which in clude Milwaukee, Charted Kiirntcn nnd John Brophy, wcro In, Kordtcn (fifth district) rnplfic Andrew Blcmlllor, a Democrat while Brophy (fourth district) suc- ceeded Thud Walclewukl, also a Democrat. Representative Merlin Hull (ninth district tho only Progressive tho Houno during thn last nurulon, wont Into the proncnt CongrcsH v Thn death of Representative Rob- irt Henry (R.-WliO nhortly iiftor UN re-election left tho state without ,ho of iv tenth House mom- bur. Joitoph I, McCarthy, iiluo a Republican, was prevented from bolng in mmudliitcly by tho attempt to keep Senator Theodore Bilbo (D. rom being Heated. McCarthy and ho Senior senator from WlHconsln, Senator Alexander Wiley, met other tax, they have (Continued on Page 7, Column 7) SCHOOL BOARD knowledge on the port of the mem- bers of Congress. Loin Not Expected "We take tho position there won't be any revenue loss. In the long run we will get moro revenue by Increasing business through tho en- couragement of a lighter tax load." Knutson figured his 20 per cent cut, limited to tho first of any Individual Income, would bene- fit about persons. On In- come; beyond tho cut WOUlc be limited to 10.5 per cent. There are only about 1.000 Amcr leans in tho bill's upper bracket Knutson Bald, nnd "In general, in comes above are unearned. Cum Withholding Levy As now drawn tho measure would reduce on April 1 tho tax wllhhold- ings against wages and sahtrlcs. Tho reduction would bn retroactive t< January 1, and refunds would be mado on excessive during January, February and Mr.rch. In addition to the percentage tax slashes, the bill provides: 1. No income, regardless how high, shall be taxed more than 70.5 per cent. Tho prdcnt tax celling is 85.5 per cent. During the war It was 00. 2. An additional exemption o taxpayers over 05 ycam old, mak- ng their total exemption loaton Man Trapped n Cave-In Succumbs L. Morris, 2, who was trapped ten hours by a well-cave-ln December 20, died to- ay at tho Beth Israel hospital. For tho past week ho had been erlously ill with uremia and his ight leg was paralyzed. Power of State Air Commission Upheld in Court St. Paul Power of the metropolitan airports commission to prevent, establishment of alr- within 25 miles of the. city :ialh of Mlroienpolls and St. Paul was upheld today by the Minnesota supreme court. The commission, created under an act of the 1043 legislature, opcr- ntRs Wold-chambcrlaln field tho principal MlnncapollK-St. Paul air- port and has Jurlndlctlon over the no-called metropolitan area. The court hnnded down Itjt deci- sion In a review of Ramsey county district court decisions involving applications for licenses for the Nicollet airport and tho Cednr Air- port both within ten miles of the Minneapolis city hall. L. L. Sohroedor, Klalo aeronautics commissioner, refused to license either port after tho commission disapproved the applications. "Tho communion is Justified in refusing to approve the operation Continuous Session Threatened Senate Leaders Plan Fight to Finish on Issue H.v Jack Bell Tho floor battle over the .seating of Theodore a. Bilbo of Mississippi went Into a second day todny with no sign or a mice between the' (croups wrangling over his alon. Republican lenders met durini the morning to discuss wayi of breaking the deadlock which U holding up tho swearing In of other senators-elect. Afterward, Senator Kenneth Wherry the Republican Senate whip, told reporters: "There is no change. We're going to keep on fighting." Seta All-Nlrht Semfon Wherry spoke for the group op- posing the Keating of tlie MIssls- Blpplun. Senator Robert Tuft told Democratic Leader Alben Bark- ley of Kentucky that, the Republl- can conference hnd voted to hold the Senate In session all night to- night, ill! day tomorrow and con- tinuously next week if necessary to dispose of the Bilbo matter. Tuft told Bnrklcy on the Senate floor three minutes before the BCS- slon opened Uint (.lie would not ncree to nny break even to hear President Truman deliver liln ntnte-of-thc-unlon message, at the Bcheduled 1 p. m. eastern stan- dard tlmo Monday. Describing ns n filibuster the ac- tions of Bilbo's friends on the floor "So Would. 1" couple of tourUU approached Senator Theodore Bilbo In htm oflTlcii today, necking naaan for the. paltery. "We would like to get Into they explained. "So would I." rracked Bilbo, went on vortlngr hli null. of an airport too close to Wold- Chamberlain field for safety." the supremo court said, "An enormous air Interstate, and In and out ot that field. The safety ot such traffic la of paramount Importance and ono of the purposes for which the omtnlsElon was created." !n Instating on his being sworn be- fore ed fur. UopkhiH the Judge iie "got n thrill" out of using ,o clip Uio fur coats. Weather FEDERAL FORECASTS Wlnona. and vicinity: Generally air and not so cold tonight and Sunday, Low tonight right above, Biinduy 24. cloudy tonight Sunday. Snow Hurries and bo- oming re Ider north portion Sun- day. Colder entire Mute Sunday iKht, cloudy nju! not o cold tonight lUid Sunday. Snow Ulrica nnd becoming roldrr north, Sunday afternoon. LOCAL Official for the 24 ours ending nt 12 m. today: Maximum. 10; minimum. oon, 10; precipitation, none: man tonight nt Mm rlacs to- morrow at   

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