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   Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1947, Winona, Minnesota                                w LEATHER Tftlr, continued cold ill fOAudy fttid Full Leased Wire News Report of The Associated Press OKOLSKY Head His New Column Daily on Editorial Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations VOLUME 47. NO. 9 WINONA, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 27, 1947 FIVE CENTS PER COPY TWENTY PAGES Subpoena Against Marshall Suspended Assembly Votes Natural Gas Tax Repeal ._ Wisconsin Bill Passed by 63-31 Count Measure Linked With Lobbying Investigation Madison. Wiscon- sin assembly, after a brief flurry of debate today, passed by a 63-31 vote, a natural measure calling for repeal of the state tax of seven cents per thousand cubic feet. The assembly voted Immediate .'.aspenxlon of rules and sent the bill to the senate. The action came nftcr Assem- blyman BORES (R.-Madlson) as- sailed the senate for not acting on his resolution which asked tho Dane county district attorney t n labor legislation since the O.O.P. ilcctton five hours >f debate, beginning shortly after 1 a. m. A final vote will be delayed, how- ver, until sometime Friday after {forts have been made to white modifying amendments into the Funds Asked for OPA to Wind Up Affairs Orderly Chairman Bridges. (R.-N, iU of the Senate appropriations committee to- day he favors giving the OPA enough money to wind up Its af- fairs "In an orderly Bridges expressed this opinion In nn interview before calling toget- her an appropriations fiubcommlt- tee to vote on whether OPA should have to curry on sugar and rent controls through June 30. Congress Slated to Take Time on Army Merger Bill By Edwin B. Haakinson Washington With a potential jui'isdictional dispute simmering in the Senate, Congress gave signs today of proceeding slowly with President Truman's army-navy merger bill. The measure patterned alter the compromise program an- nounced by the White House las month reached Capitol hill yes terday. The House agreed to send thi measure to its expenditures com measure. But the outcome appeared a cer- ainty. Both the House judiciary o mm it tee in draft he rules committee in sending it o tho floor gave it overwhelm- ng majority. The chief fight centers around provision which would give, em- loycrs the right to claim they cted In "good on the basis f pust orders In court or admlnis- ratlve regulations, ns a defense gainst suits brought under the atlon's wage and hours laws. The suits total in the nelghbor- ood of Across the Capitol, Chairman fund consists of the House ordered lopped Vllcy (B.-Wls.l, of the Senate udlclary committee hopes to ob- tain Senate action next week on a bill that takes a somewhat dif- ferent approach. The Senate measure's first sec- tion would declare the portal milts "null and void." Then, as Insurance against being overturned by the Supreme court, the bill provides conditions which would make such suits unprofitable. These provision include such con- ditions as shifting the burden of proof to the employe, barring col- lection of extra damages and re- lieving the employer of a charge for the claimant's attorney's fees. in U. S., Report London Communists ,hrougnout the world now total delegates to the con- A woman was in of British Empire Com munlst parties were informed to- day. The which from the agency's appropriation for the current fiscal year plus a 900.000 supplementary appropria- tion which OPA said It must have to stay in business. Woman Hurt, 15 Forced to Flee in St. Paul Fire St. nittee which considered similar leg- slation last session without action Chairman Hoffman Indicated his group will not rush hearings on the merger proposal however, because it has many other matters of Higher priority to act upon. v In the Senate, Chairman Gurney (R.-S. D.) and fellow members of his armed services committee pre- dicted confidently to a-reporter that they.will win jurisdiction over the nnasure. But Chairman Alken al- ready has- scheduled a meeting of expenditures committee for to- day and the issue appeared to be a likely topic of discussion.1 May Auk Ruling- If a formal fight develops and If Senate President Vandenberg ad- heres to his opinion that Gurney's committee should handle the leg- islation Aiken will appeal the pre- siding officer's ruling to the full Senate. The dispute grew out of wording of last year's reorganization act which provided in one section that matters having to do with consoli- dating government agencies should be referred to the expenditures com- mittee and in .another that legisla- tion dealing with the nation's mili- tary forces should go to the armed services group. Even before the Hunt Continues for Missing Army Plane in Alaska Elmendorf Field, The search for a missing B-29 and its crew of 11 men went into Hi third day today as Alas- ka-based army and navy planes' fanned put In ever-widening circles aver the Alaska penin- sula wilderness west of Anchor- age. planes from JElm- endorf, Field at Fairbanks and Aleutian bases Joined in the search .but reported no trace of (he missing: ship. The plane vanished Monday after last reporting It was near Bruin paxs on the mainland peninsula north of Kodlak. Bevin Plans To Discuss 4-Power Pact Aimed at Block New Aggression Anywhere in Europe London Foreign Secre- tary Ernest Bevin said today that he and the foreign ministers of U. S., France and the Soviet union would discuss at Moscow a four- power pact to prevent any new aggression in Europe. Initiating a House of Commons debate on foreign policy, Bevin said he was not sure that Germany, even after defeats In two great wars, knew the real meaning of defeat and recognized the stupidity of war as an object of policy. Only four-power agreement, he said, will make it possible to curb ermany and re-educate her in ic ways of democracy. "There Is no other he de- clared, but he added that Britain "should not expect too much from us at Moscow" because "we have Lanesboro Child Dies In Coasting Accident lanesboro, Minn. The first ratal coasting accident to be recorded, here in several years Wednesday afternoon claimed the Hie of a six-year-old Lanesboro girl. Killed while sliding near her home was Karen Walters, daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. Elmer F. Walters, owners of the White Front cafe here. The Walters girl was sliding down the terrace of the Bernard Bremseth residence. She slid Into the street in the path of an automobile driven by John Hennessey, Lanesboro rural mail carrier. Taken to the Johnson hospital, the girl died ten minutes later. Death was due to a skull fracture, the attending physl- ciap said. The accident happened at o'clock. Authorities said the accident was unavoidable and that no inquest would be held. Funeral arrangements are being completed. Survivors are her parents and one brother, Donald, at home. terrific difficulties to face." Bevin's mention of a four-power antiaggrcsslon pact apparently went beyond the proposal made by former Secretory of State James F. Byrnes last year. Byrnes urged last May that the four countries enter into a treaty to keep Ger- many demilitarized for 25 years. Bevlns told the Commons he hoped the pending Anglo-French treaty would be signed soon. He said Britain's proposal for revising More Steel Promised For New Railroad Cars By The Associated Press New effects of the nation's long-building shortage of railroad freight carriers were reported today after steel producers prom- ised to allocate more steel to build new cars. Industrial and railroad spokesmen agreed that the shortage Jurcd by flying Kla.s.1, 15 .resldcn were forced to flee- n hotel anne and several establishments wcr damaged by fire lute Wcdncsda which started In n dry cleanln Damage was estimated The Injured woman Is Mrs. Allc Oswald. M. of the Duluth hole St.. Paul, who suffered n. cut on hi Jure und shock when a window o the uptown Siinlt.nry Bhoc Ropa and Dry Chumlng c.itabllshmcn bur.it from the heiit. Britain Bankrupt, Conservative Says on a pure ly actuarial basis bankrupt be yotid any apparent hope of rtcov fry." a Conwrviitlvo member o Pfirlltimrnt declared today. "But we appeared equally bank nipt militarily In IfMO." L. D, Cam told the Empire Economl' club. "We then pulled through bc- ciiuse of our national unity and tho fact that dynamic leadership was able to summon up the hidden as- sets of the British character our inventiveness, our courage, our sense of personal responsibility anc our latent patriotism." H. H. Irvine, St. Paul Lumberman, Dead at 69 St. Paul Horace H. Irvlnet CD, St. Paul lumberman, died here lust nlqht. He was president of the Wcyer- liiicuscr Timber Company and Thompson Yards, Inc., and a di- rector of the Northern Pacific rail- way. First National Bank of St. Paul, First Brink Stock Corpora- tion, and the- First Trust Company of St. Paul. He was also a trustee of Carlo- ton collcce. Northflcld. Minn., and a mffmbor of the board of trustees of fit, Luke'.'; hospital here. Hun-Ivors ure his widow and four r.htldrctt. least two proposed changes in the unification measure were suggested. Gurncy said he favors naming the proposed new cabinet officer "sec- retary of national security" Instead of "secretary ot national defense." "Defense is not an exact descrip- tion of the functions of the new single Gurney said. "It is much broader than that.' Success Claimed For American ?olar Expedition By Alton L. Blakcslce Aboard U. S. S. Mount Olympus fourth American expedi- tion exploring the mysteries of the Antarctic has been "very much a success" both in discoveries and in however, at BicharcT H. _ _ companies had gested by Premier Stalin, would be enough steel to was a Ions-term problem that would not be solved immediately. Meanwhile, shipments of fuel oil, newsprint, coal, grain, lumber, farm produce, manufactured products and raw materials were help up at vari- ous points because box cars, gon- dolas, and tank cars were insuffi- cient to carry all the tonnage. The latest step toward relief was made In Washington yesterday. Sen- ator Reed said major stce Haircuts at Albert Lea Soviet Russia, the report said, hus Communists, Italy China the United States and Great Britain Albert Minn. Albert tonight as this flagship began her presented to the Russians in the near future. the 1942 Anglo -Russian treaty which the Soviet press once accused him of Bevin said: "I- am. exteemcly clad that- the desire Is shown to prolong the liance on the basis of closer' and cordial' relations between the two countries. Bevin made a single reference to the storm aroused in the U. S, by his charge last Tuesday that Presi- dent Truman wrecked negotiations for a Palestine settlement by is- suing a statement during the 1946 congressional election campaign. "On, all the foreign minister said with emphasis, "our relations with the U. S. are of a most cordial character. We shall not allow, any wedge to be driven between our two countries.1 freight cars build nei monthly. Previous! steel men had promised steel cnoug; for cars a month. Situation Serious The promise of more steel cam at a meeting Reed called of officers of 20-railroads, it steel com panics and 13 car building However, the new goal, Reed said would not be reached until abou- next. June. 'Some railroads announced the; were cooperating in a plan to move freight over a northern Buffalo- Minneapolls-St. Paul route to avoid the congested Chicago gateway area A spokesman for the Western As- sociation of Railway Executives said cascadings for the first six weeks of 1947 were higher than any com- parable period in five years and "the only answer to the shortage Is more Lilienthal Vote Seen Next Week Those acquainted with the situa- tion said the shortage ot steel has been the chief .problem. Railroads have cars on order, but need thousands more. In Chicago, Incoming shipments fof coal, fuel oil were reduced greatly Washington A committee long journey home over a fog- veiled! vote on confirmation of David E. sea. The Mount Olytapus and the Bur- ton Island are steaming toward New Zealand with their 'work fin- ished, and Cruzen declared "the time Is getting short" for further flights by the eastern or western j wing groups. Lilienthal as chairman of the atomic energy commission appear- ed likely today to go .over until next week. Chairman Hlckcnlooper (B- lowa) of the Senate atomic energy committee said the absence-of jeral members may force postpone- lnrormal Cruzen, the task force chief, said ment of the decision originally set naval personnel on the expedition jot a "real insight into the type of problems you have to risk in polar regions, and that was the primary find out what our Lea barbers will increase the price of men's haircuts to March 1. The price for children's haircuts will be 75 cents, except on Saturdays, when It will be Admiral Richard E. Byrd's le South pole obtained for Saturday.' good areas, especially In penetration be- yond the pole, where a plateau was Archbishop to Greet Cardinal St. John coverUaeeUofTew Oregory. Murray will lead a delega- Ol Ill-w H f mnot. found to extend flat and feature- less, Cruzen continued. tion to meet von Preyslng, bishop of Berlin, who is scheduled to arrive, in the Twin San Bill to Raise Pay of State _______ Advanced Driver Killed When Car Hits Streetcar Cities tonight by plane from Francisco. Cardinal Von Preysing, who will be the guest of Archbishop Murray, will leave Monday morning for [buque, Iowa. Princess Margaret Rose. Queen Elizabeth, Princess Elizabeth and King George VI (left to right) bid goodnight to Abe Bloomberg (ex- treme mayor of Capetown, South Africa, after a civic ball attended by the British royal family at the city hall. Women in back- ground are unidentified. (A.P. Wirephoto.) St. 51 dis- trict 'Judges and six associate jus- tices of the supreme court could be granted an annual salary increase of each and the chief Justice under a bill recommendec for passage today by the senate Judiciary committee. Total cost of the program would be a year. Senator Henry Sullivan of St. fcloud told the com- mittee. The proposed increases would .bring the salary of the chief Jus- itice to a year, associate jus- 'tlces to district Judges in Ramsey, Hennepin and St. Louis counties to and other .dis- trict Judges to Wrecked Chinese Airplane Found Shanghai Wreckage of a China National Aviation Corpora- tion airliner which disappeared January 25 en route to Chungking from Hong Kong has 100 miles cast of Chungking with 19 aboard dead, CNAC announced today, .The only American aboard was the pilot, James M. Blackmore of Los Angeles, Calif. The airline said a search party found the wreckage after a three- week trek through bandit-infested territory. Alfred W. Gat- zke, 62, Minneapolis, was injured fatally early today when his auto- mobile collided with the rear end of a stopped streetcar near the Minne- apolis loop. was the tenth Min- neapolis traffic fatality of tho year, The ninth occurred Wednesday when.'" Andrew N, Berlin, 57, Mlnnc- Hughes Plans to Test New Plane Lou Aneclcn Howard Hughes, his associates say, is going to test fly another, of the XP-11 experimental reconnaissance planes the type in which he almo died last summer. Hughes, who has long tested h company's planes on their initi flights, was forced to crash Ian the speedy craft last July and spen two months In a hospital. A spokes man said the second plane in th experimental series is ready fo tests, and that approval, is expecte from the army air forces materia command for to take it alof within two wpeks. Compensation Bill Signed By Youngdahl St. Paul Governor Luther Youngdahl today signed a bill which releases Minnesota employers from a potential liability to the Minne- sota unemployment compensation fund of an estimated The new law extends the benefits resulting from a war risk em- ployer'! privilege ot charging bene- fits to.bis war risk account to July 1, 1948. Provisions also are contained lai the bill that correct a distortion in the assignment of contribution Aide to Tell Of U.S. Ships Russians Have House Committee Chairman Regrets Sending of Summons Woshinjrton Representa- tive (R.-Mlch.) today "temporarily suspended" the serving of a sub- poena against Secretary of State Marshall by a House merchant marine subcommittee. Bradley, who Is chairman the full committee, acted shortly after the subcommittee, headed by Rep- resentative Welche! had ssucd the subpoena for Marshall O appear and produce all records nd communications dealing with he wartime transfer or United States ships to Russia. Bradley said Under Secretary of ilnlc Dcnn Ache-son promised him y telephone to appear in the Michigan legislator's office at 3 m. (C.S.T.) today, with copies Strxte department correspond-- nee with Russia related to 95 end-lease ships. Rcirrcts Subpoena Bradley expressed regret Weichel ad Issued the subpoena. At a news conference in the rescncc of Weichel, Bradley said: "I am very sorry he Issued it cnuKC General Marshall doesn't now a damn thing about these .usslan ships." Bradley said Speaker Martin !so deplored the action. Wclchcl told Bradley his action as not intended as a reflection on Marshall but was "just a formal procedure" to obtain records the committee has been tryinc to get for two weeks. "It's a formal way of making headlines, Bradley retorted. Marshall left his office for lunch shortly before 1 p, m. apparently without knowledge that he was being sought. Asked by reporters u he entered the State department elevator whether he had been' On KWNO Tonight Governor Luther Ypunpdaiil's report en state affairs will be broadcast locally over KWffO beginning at p. m. today. rates, paid by employers, that has resulted trotn a, large number of employers who, during the war Support Price for Soybeans Announced Washington The Agricul ture department announced toda that grower prices of 19H7 crop soy beans will be supported at a bas price of a bushel or at th same level as last year. Income Tax Returns Filed in State St. one-fourth of Minnesota residents filing income ,ax reports this year, have recelvcc 'efunds, Elmer Kelm, collector o ntcrnal revenue, said today. He said that up to Monday of this apolls, a pedestrian, died of in juries week there had been returns suffered February 16. I filed. Lava Perils Town In Sicilian Mountains Palermo, molten flood ot lava which has been boiling out of a new crater in Mount Etna since Tuesday rolled steadily onward today toward Passo Pisciaro, the first mountain hamlet in its path.  s sec a bull fight. The White House made that clear today In response to reporters' ques- tions about the visit March 3. It has already been announced that the President will fly over volcano. White House aides were able to give these details about the visit: The time lor Mr. Truman's speech In Mexico City next Monday not been definitely set, but will probably be around p. ra. (E.S.T.) The President's speech at Waco. Texas. March o when he receives m degree from .Baylor university tas been set for p. m. President Aleman of Mexico wia speak first at the Mexico City stats dinner with President Truman re- sponding. Three Dead in Tennessee Blast Bristol, Tcnn. Three were known dead and a fourth person was believed to have perished to- day when gasoline tanks at a scrrto; station exploded with a mighty roar which rocked downtown Bristol, Flames which engulfed the sta- tion were brought under control 113 the early afternoon, nearly two hours after the blast. Weather [earing on Cigarette Set for March 3 St. Paul 
                            

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