Winona Republican Herald, March 29, 1947

Winona Republican Herald

March 29, 1947

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Issue date: Saturday, March 29, 1947

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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1947, Winona, Minnesota tiondmr. EATHER Full Leased Wire News Report of The Associated Press WINONA, MINNESOTA, SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 29, 1947 OKOLSKY His New Column Daily on Editorial Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations VOLUME 47. NO. 35 FIVE CENTS PER COPY FOURTEEN PAGES Latsch Fire Loss May Reach U.S. Communists Face Drastic Legal Curbs 5 to 4 Vote 4 JtAmXA Against f Basic German Problems vFatally Hurt in Ban Predicted U. S. Communists Agents of Moscow, Report Indicates II. Cornell A member of the House committee on un-Amcrl- can activities said today the group mity vote four to three against out- luwlnc the Communliit party, but IH fure to recommend drastic new Ic- Eiil rurbs on communist mancuver- !n thl.i country. The member, who withhold use of his name, said the seven-man committee may be unanimous in support of anti-communist legisla- tion short of making the whole party an Illegal organization. Chairman Thomas (R.-N. J.> told reporters the results of a week of hearings "will have to crystallize before the committee can adequate- ly decide what It is going to do about outlawing the Communist party." Report Made Public The committee made public nlKht a report which It said fur- nl.'.hed historical proof running back to 1019 that the party in this coun- try i.i "the agent" of Russia. The report listed 02 which it called "typical directives J.-om Moscow affecting the com- munist movement In the United states." Thomas said these were proof that the party is "a fifth col- umn pawn of Moscow." Included were excerpts from Rus- sian broadcasts, communfrt books jvnd records of party conventions. Under Consideration If various members pool their idcn.i. tho committee may report that Moscow The council of foreign ministers agreed today to come to grips Monday with the heart of the German problem. The ministers will try then to reach a compromise on reparations and economic unity. In a one-hour session, the shortest of this conference thus far, the ministers agreed on a sched- ule for the German discussions and set up a special committee to attempt to draw up a directive on the lesser problems of the report of the Allied control "council for Germany. The agreed agenda for Monday, summing up three weeks of pro- posals made thus far, was: 1. Germany as an economic unit, including plus a review of the levels of Industry, Including Industrial demilitarization. Z. The form and .scope of a provisional German govern- ment. Deputies of the four-power coun- cil approved a report of progress Minnesota Second in Nation In Employment of Sightless Windmill Fall Orriri Miller, 61, Tumbles 40 Feet on Farm Near Nodine Cabinet May Declare Spain Monarchy Under Franco Water Damage Heavy Madrid An authoritative source said today the Spanish cabi- net Is expected to Issue a decree Tuesday declaring Spain a "tradi- ;ional monarchy." In effect, recognizing the regime of General- would, in effect, simply recognize the generalissimo as administrator for the monarchy because of his victory in the civil war. These partisans were not only concerned about Spain's exclusion from the sslmo Francisco Franco as merely Nations, but felt such a step -.__ would bar another bloody civil war a temporary one. This Informant said that while the cabinet discussed the decree Just night it probably would not make to determine Franco's successor. Provide for Succession The decree designating Spain, a Orrin Miller, 61-year-old wind-! Spain's Victory day, the eighth mill worker, was fatally In jured: anniversary of Franco's victory in about 5 p. m. Friday when he civil war and his assumption of pled of! the platlorm of a 40-foot- full power. any announcement until April this source said, would .....recognize Franco as "chief of state" and would provide that in the event rnn flcht communism vigorously t-onJ-Vnulnpf it and nlso it Saying In one or more laws, appropriate penalties, that it is Illegal to urge or conspire to overthrow the government by unconstitutional methods or by force and violence. Tightening up on fingerprint- of aliens, on passports and vlras. and on registration. Strengthening the law against treason to get at borderline nixes. Requiring the Commu- nist party to publish Its mem- bership lists and sources of in- come. Recommending that the F.B.I. be strengthened and perhaps that It be made independent of The Justice department. Ilenrlng.i on bills to outlaw tho Commurilxt party e.mle.d yesterday n communist protest that the (Continued on I'HCC (i, Column S.) KKD LEGAL CURBS Edward lleln, 54, Totally Blind, Is employed at the Northwest Juvenile Manufacturing Company, St. Paul. He assembles parts for baby cribs, and then Inserts them In cloth bags which are sent out with tho Ho wai placed In his Job by tho Minnesota division of social welfare. (A.P. Photo.) By Jack Mackay St. Paul "I've -been smoth- ered for years with Bricker Presses For F.B.I. Probe Of Lilienthal on the Austrian peace treaty which showed that of 55 proposed articles for the treaty, only 24 had been agreed. Three Major Questions The three major open questions on the treaty are the Issues of Ger- man assets, frontiers, and com- pensation to United Nations from property losses due to the war. In the meeting of the deputies on Germany, meanwhile, a spokes- man for the small Western nations entitled to reparations from Ger- many charged that there has been only "paltry results" in deliveries from enemy capital equipment to date. The small nations' charge on reparations was made by Jacques Rueff, president of the Inter-Allied Reparations agency which is com- posed of representatives of 18 na- tions, who proposed creation of a special four-power "reparations of- fice" with authority to expedite reparations deliveries. high windmill on the John M. Thcs- ing farm near Nodine. Mr. Miller, who lived on Homer ridge, died shortly after he fell to the ground. Winona County Coro- ner Robert Tweedy, called to the scene after Mr. Miller's death, said death was caused, by multiple in- juries, including at least one Irac- no one thought of giving me B Those words of a husky blind man echo the thoughts of scores ...or Minnesota's -blind and vlsuolly- who'1, today are suc- Briplf- cr demanded" n special F.B J. Investigation of Duvld tho other five ccssfully employed in Industry E. Lllicnthal nominees for and the Weather FEDERAL FORECASTS Winona arid vicinity Fair to- nisht and Sunday: colder tonight; Continued cold Sunday; low 15. DC. tonight, colder ;.outh and central portions. Sunday inc.-rasinc cloudiness, warmer in north and west portions. Diminish- ing winds this evening. Wisconsin: Fair mid colder to- ri'.xht. Sunday fair and rather cold. winds tonight. LOCAL WEATIIKR O.TlcIal observations for the 24 hours ending at 12 m. today: Maximum. 41; minimum, 22; noon, 2.V precipitation, .24 of an inch of and melted r.naw. sun sets to- nu-h! ;it sun rises tomorrow ar r, Tf.MI'IlItATURKS KI.SKWI1KRE Max. Min.' Pet. 41 32 .02 C2 3G .01 Kansas City C4 40 Lor. Angclrs 07 54 .00 Miami SI Paul

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