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   Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1947, Winona, Minnesota                                W BATHER m.ntl c OMIC5 For the Tops in Adventure Comics B.ick Pace DaOy Full Leased Wire News Report of The Asiocjated Pren MINNESOTA. TUESDAY EVENING Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations MAY 13. 1947 FIVE CENTS PER COPY VOLUME 47. NO. M Labor Control Bill Passes Senate, 68-Z4 Ivl 11 _. _ i i-i Wallace Proposes Says Aid to Greece Will Lead to War Hear Talk at Minneapolis Which Ball, Lewis A. Wal- lace wi.vs "thn time has come to rationalize the coul industry under type of coal and lidded 'that "coal means so much 10 the life blood of tho world that neither labor nor agriculture can tolrrwtr the Inconveniences which co.T.r so frequently in this key ln- last night before ftn audlc.-icP estimated 5.600. Wat- Inc- said that "In the five coun- tries I visited in western Europe In Apr.! I found coal next, after to be the key problem." The former vice-president and cabi.-.et member, said. In continuing his attack on President Truman s 0-opo.ifd Grecce-Tur- Xev loan, "an extra tons of' coal produced In the United Svavfi during the next ten years do more to solve the problems of We.'.tem Europe than ten Greek Directing remarks to Minnesota 'nrrntrs. Wallace cited the "extra- ordinary need for wheat" at the present time and added that there "bt any unusual demand for all pork, com and all you can produce." Wallace said he hoped the "Repub- 1'ctt-i Congress will not (daughter the AAA because the Triple A will bn needed when American dolar.i arc cut overseas." that he "expected some ciccUne in form In the fu- tiirr Wallace joundcd d warning to farmers to "be on guard for the time that prtef comes to aftrlcul- tu-e He singled out (southern Mln- nrsotft farmers in saying that "Dulry farm Income Is hooked up the income of World Need of Coal "The world's need for coal are great." Wallace said, "that rieitr.cr the obduracy of the opcr- Quick Action by School Bus Driver Saves Rushford Child From Drowning Measure Heads for Conference Democrats' Milder Bans Turned Down Before Final Vote Uushford, Minn. Quick action by a school bus driver today was credited with saving of the life of a Rushford youngster who dropped Into the deep water of the canal In South Rushford Monday after- noon. Little Ronald Hayes, four and a half years old, was rescued from the water by Alton Mor- kcn. who was assisted by several other persons. It was estimated that Ronald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Hayes, was in the cold water from ten to 15 min- utes. How the youngster prevented himself from drowning was not entirely explainable today. Ob- servers said he kept bobbing under and out of the water while a. rescue was being ar- ranged. They said, loo, that Ronald kept his arms at his side, which may have kept him afloat. He was examined by a phy- sician, but there were no ap- parent 111 affects from the near- fatal plunge. Ronald was playing with Gary Woxland on the bank of the canal about o'clock Mon- day afternoon. First indication that Ronald hnd fallen in came when Mrs. Leonard Kopperud, who lives nearby on the bank of the cannl. saw Gary running up and down the bank. She investigated and saw Ronald in. the water. She im- mediately called the fire de- partment. Meanwhile, Miss Marion Carlson, also nearby, had no- ticed the boy In thu water. She hailed the bus on highway 1G, which runs near the scene. Mortal stopped his bus, grab- bed a wooden plank while run- ning toward the canal and thrust it into the water toward the boy. The rescuers managed to push the crying boy toward the shore with the plank, and Mork.cn immediately gave artificial res- piration. The boy appeared to be conscious throughout. Next Sugar Stamp Valid On June 1 Washington The Agricul- ture department announced today that sugar ration stamp No. 12 for individual consumers will become valid June 1 instead of July 1 as mostly firemen, ror smoke poisoning, but three years n8o. photo to The Republican-Herald.) Denazification Court Sentences H jalmar Schacht By A. Reedy Schacht, German financial wizard who was cleared ot war crimes charges by _______ the international military tribunal ato-j nor the stubborn will of NUCrnberg seven months ago. I, Lewis should be allowed to C0nvlcted as a major Nazi of- ir.'inllude of suffering and jcncier by a German denazification '----court today and'sentenced to eight which would result from coal strike." years Imprisonment Labor is he added to, vcl.dlct was announced by Lcnz in a. the "equivalent of what the Presldcnt courtroo hall where the former Nazi form of organization gives courtroom in the community slnln Wallace said "We cannot solve our domestic economic problems by punishing our free labor move- mr'r.t" and asked his listeners: -Should (Senator" Joe Ball (R.- br able to use the stubborn- of thr coal operators and John L tu> mi rxru.-se to cripple tho Smrgftir.lnK power of all Wallace- in our national cnonomy." the meeting, also by told the Dcmocratlc- (Conllnued on Pace 10, Column 3) WALLACE Weather FEOF.KAL FORECASTS For and vicinity: Clcar- :ns and cooler tonight; low 50. partly cloudy with rls- ir.K leir.prraturc: hlsh OS. finance minister and Rcichsbank president has been on trial for six weeks. The 70-year-old Schncht heard the verdict in stunned silence, his face drawn and white. The court ordered the confisca- tion of nil ot Schaclu's remaining peraoniU esti- mated lit marks for rclchsmarks. It also forbade him to hold nny public office during the remainder of his life and deprived him. of most or his civil rights for the next ten years, banning him from voting In any election, practicing as an i attorney, participating in any poll- Iticnl activities, Joining any political party, or joining any professional or economic organization. Actual Six Ytnra The verdict, practically the maxi- mum thiil could be Imposed, means V.Vdnrsday afternoon. and colder. imposing the prison sentence, 'Train or to-'thL- court decided to take into ac- rloudy contlnuedicount the two years that Schacht already has been In custody, thereby KKSKWHEIIK reducing his actual term to six Max. Mln. Pet- years. If Schacht's health permits he will bi- compelled to perform same sort of labor during prison irrm. Suhiichfs attorney, Dr, Wolfgang 'oi'SchWiimbergcr. said he would ap- mal J-'ulls nivrr: 87 C2 M CO 45 ar> so 70 52 47 54 ipeal the sentence court. to the highest Thu court, composed of German Judges chosen from all political Finnri sttu-c 24-lTr partlos and the trades unions. Tod vChiiiiKo hi.iiclHl its verdict after a Toclll> Chf- 'month's testimony In which H SA. .a 13 124 K.f! P.I 10.0 8.8 i C.P.i T.W fl.5 8.7 La Crow 12 9.0 -1 Tributary Streams a: Ourn.'id.. 3.B .3 Z-1-r.a.-o R: 3.G .4 abovr Alrr.ii.... 2.3 -r .1 TV at Dodge. 1.3 .3 t.t Nrillsvllli-___3.4 .4 G-ilwlllc.... 3-5 .2 (it W. Salem l.fi a: Houston G.6 -i- .1 lUVKK FORECAST i from Hastings to Guttenbrrp) showers the past 24 will cnusr a marked rise In t.'f river; also In the iir.i Zumbro rivers, but In the rhur.rvl of the Mississippi the tx- :c> reduce the rate of will continue i-.: rrcrwuiiri throughout Uir Ciitrict far several (Continued nn Piorr 0, Column 4) -2; DENAZIFICATION Accepts Assurances of Molotov on Korea Jewiih Shops Out of Bounds for British shops and restaurants remained out a, of bounds for British troops in Jeriwalora today following tho fatal shootlnif of two British constables in the heart of this city's district yester- day. Plans had been made to lift the out of bounds restrictions, imposed as a safety measure, but were rescinded by the military commander of the area only a, few hours after the shooting. Italian Premier Resigns Post Home Premier Alcide dc Gasperi handed his resignation to- day to provisional President Enrico de Nlcolft as Socialists and Christian Democrats charged each other with responsibility for the collapse of his coalition gov- Senate Committee Approves Griffis As Polish Envoy Washington The Senate foreign relations committee today approved on a voice vote President originally planned. It will purchase of ton pounds. allow The department said that sup- plies -from this stamp must last until October 31, when price and rationing controls will expire un- less extended by Congress. Consumers ration stamp No, 12 Is the second to be designated as a ten-pound sugar stamp. The first was No. 11 which became valid April l. The June 1 date was set for No. 12 in order to expedite movement of sugar into home pantries while railway transportation is available. Officials say they expect n short- age of freight cars for sugar after .the bumper winter wheat crop Truman's' nomination of Stan ton istarts moving to market late next Bingo, Jackpots Not Covered in New Law, Burnquist Declares St P-uil Bingo, fourteen, football or baseball jackpots and dice games arc not covered by the new anti-gambling license revocation law, Attorney General Burnquist ruled Monday night. The opinion was in answer to a request for clarification of tnc statute by John P. Bonncr, assistant city attorney of Minne- Grlffls to be ambassador to Poland, month, succeeding Arthur Bliss Lane Griffls1 nomination, made March 31 by the President, has been held up while the committee checked jthe 59-year-old New York 'invest- ment banker's background. Senator Barklcy the minority leader, told reporters there was no objection to approve. ernment. communique the Chris- Democratic premier's press Barkley said the committee, be- cause of a misunderstanding, had not yet discussed the nomination or Francis Blddle to be American rep- resentative on the United Nations economic and social council. Barklcy said Bidcllc was to have appeared, but was notified not.to come when it was believed Xlndcr of State Dean Achcson Piling Up in East office said De Gasperi was signing because of Socialist attacks on him yesterday. Tho three party coalition has been the torn with dissen- sion over Italy's debt problem. 4leido dc Gnspcri De Gas perl's public works minister, Giuseppe Rcmlta, said after a 50-mlnute ex- traordinary cabinet meeting that the premier's decision was taken because of a Socialist charge that he was deliberately fomenting a political crisis. De Gasperi, Who has presided over a coalition of Christian Demo- crats, Communists and Socialists for months, was expected to inform the constituent assembly of his ac- tion in u speech tonight. Late in 104G, while De Gasperi was in the United States seeking aid for Italy, he was the target of heavy Sugar now is piling up in eastern refineries. Other actions the government has taken to speed up sugar movement include: Industrial users may npply lor third quarter allotments June 1 Instead of June 10, the date set earlier. A regulation limiting inventories of industrial users to 30 days supply is suspended. Thus, such users may obtain a full quarter's supply after their new allocation Is determined. The department explained that supplies from 'a big Cuban crop, now reaching a seasonal harvest peak, are being Imported in large quantities. Senator McCarthy Raps i-r- i would discuss other matters {Rationing As Farce new apolis. Burnquist also held that business license revocation proceedings un- der the new law must be based only on the observance by a police of- ficer of gambling devices in opera- tion on the licensed premises. He also held that unless the owner of a business establishment has actual knowledge of gambling operations on his premises he cannot be held responsible, under the law, for vio- lations occurring thereon. Flnball Exemption The opinion also pointed out that even though a licensed business establishment is closed down for one year for gambling violations the premises may be reopened Jn the interim for another type of enter- prise. The Burnquist opinion also. took the position that pinball machines which have no automatic payoff device for the return of money, coins, slugs, tokens or merchandise, or which provide for no such payoff by other means, arc not affected by the new statute. This also applies to pinball machines returning slugs for replay use only in the licensed machine, he said. In dealing with the question of Feathering of gambling evidence by a private citizen or u law officer, Burnquist wrote: the ground. However, Acheson did not appear. Senate Democrats had indicated in advance of the committee rr.cet- -Senator Joseph McCarthy (B.-Wis.) said today sug- rationing is an "incredibly fantas- tic farce" and he may introduce ity "There appears to be no author- to issue an order to show cause upon information furnished by a private citizen to the authority issuing licenses. A private citizen may, of course, call the attention of any peace officer to the existence of gambling devices on any premises where they may be found." He pointed out. however, that a peace officer must accept "reliable information furnished to him" and inspect any premises complained of (Continued on I'ntrc 10. Column 1) i BINGO Humphrey and Collins Nominated In Minneapolis Mayor Hubert H Humphrey was nominated for and Prank J. Collins, Minneapolis attorney, was chosen his opponent by the nearly 100.000 vot- ers in the primary election here Monday. Complete but unofficial returns from. the.city's 347 precincts gave Humphrey votes and Collins 0. The two will now contest In the June 9 general election. Robert Kelly, with votes In the same number of precincts, ran a poor third in the field of 33 candi- dates for the mayoralty, with the balance trailing him. Although the election was on nonpartlsan basis, labor lias been frank Jn its endorsement of Hum- phrey while newspaper advertise- ments in behalf of Collins carried banner lines: "To Minneapolis Re- publicans." Truman to Send Portal Message Tomorrow Washington President Truman will send a. message, to Congress tomorrow on the por- tal-to-port.il pay bill. Prcsidcnti.il Secretary Charles G. Koss, tcllinjr reporters this today, declined to forecast whether Mr. Truman will veto or siirn the measure. Koss told a conference the President will accompany his action with an explanation. Winnie Judd Hospital's Toughest Washington today passed its big labor bill de- signed to curb strikes nnd halt many union practices. The final passage vote was 68 to 24. The far-rcachim; mea.surc. de- nounced by organized labor but gen- erally endorsed by many industrial- ists, now goes to conference for compromise with a tougher bill ap- proved by the House. Then the compromise version will go to the White House, probably late tins month. Shortliy before tho final vote the Senate rejected 73-19 a substitute bill drafted by a group of Demo- crats who regarded It as the kind of legislation Mr. Truman would sign. Critics called it a "jnilK-and- w.-uer" bill. Senator Robert Taft chair- man of the Senate's Republican pol- icy and labor committee, led tho light for the bill adopted. Four Months The main Senate bill went into the. home stretch with nearly four months of work in committee and on the Senate floor behind it. Labor committee hearings began January 23. This is the 13th day of floor de- bate. The measure been roundly n.ssailed by organized labor. buL practically all of its restrictions on. unions and strikes have been en- dorsed by many industrial leaders. The vote on the general labor disputes bill included: Minnesota: Ball, Ed- ward J. Thye. Wisconsin: McCarthy. Alexander Wiley. a which Is entrusted to a different attendant, have been placed on the door to the room in which Winnie Ruth Judd, the "tiger woman" trunk murderess, is confined in the Arizona State Hospital for the In- nc. This was revealed today by Dr. John A, Larson, superintendent ol the institution, following the escape and yesterday's recapture woman who twice reason she skipped was to try to force me to return her to the in- firmary. Without Foundation "Her claims that I refused her permission to visit hor mother on (Mother's day arc without founda- tion. She insisted she wanted to sec the old lady alone and I couldn't take the chance on letting her. ssy-s Communist attacks at home, and in 16 yottl.s sincc she commit January he resigned in the crisis for which she wu: ,1 which had developed while he was away. The Italian'Socialist parly broke apart over tho question of collaboration with the Communists. He formed the latest coalition cabi- net February 3. The premier was asked whether he would favor a government which, as in France, would exclude the Communists. Many observers be- lieve this is to be the focal point of the present crisis. "I am not a he replied. I Washington Secretary of State George C. Marshall to- day accepted assurances or For- eign Minister Molotov on the Korean situation and agreed to resume Soviet-American ncKOll- ntlons May 20 aimed at Netting up a unified provisional govcrn- irient for nil Korea. Marshall's nation was disclos- ed liv the Stale department in publishing the text of his latest communications to the Soviet foreign minister on the Korean note accepted nuriinces given lust week by MoloUv to the effect that nil major polltleul elements in Korea and not merely pm-com- jrroiipM. will bo coiimiltcd in tho Camera "Taken From U. S, Official in Yugoslavia Washington The Stale department said today that the American charge d'affaires at Bcljrradc was stripped ot his camera and embassy Identifica- tion cards during a visit to the Vuffoslav town or Pec May 2. Camera and cards were re- turned to John M. Cabot, the American official, after a formal protest to Marshall Tito's ffov- crnment. spokesman said the -State department has now instructed the embassy to ask "appropriate disciplinary action" against the local ofricluls responsible for tho incident. sor, but she demanding that 'she be permitted to go alone." It was on October 16, 1031, that Mrs. Judd shot and killed two women friends. Agnes Anne Leroi and Hcdvig Samuelson. She shipped their dismembered bodies in two trunks and a suitcase to Los An- geles. She was convicted and sentenced her scheduled judged insane. Twice in the fall of 1339 she es- BUU DO Both the Senate and the House bills: 1. Outlaw the closed shop, under which the boss can hire only union members. 2. Permit the more common union. shop when a majority of workers vote for it. Union shop agreements authorize employers to hire anyone they choose, but workers must Join the union shortly thereafter. 3. Prohibit jurisdictions! strikes and secondary boycotts. A juris- dictional strike usually results from a fight between unions over which should do certain work. A second- ary boycott is a union attempt to hit indirectly nl an employer by forcing other employers to quit deal- ing with him. 4. the government to seek injunctions to block or stave off national emergency strikes, such as a coal or steel tieup. 5. Create a new federal mediation agency independent of the Labor de- partment. C. Make unions liable for unfair labor practices. Employe, s already arc. 7. Require unions to register and file financial reports annually. 8. Make unions subject to .suit in federal court for violation of con- tract. 9. Prohibit employer collection of union dues unless workers give t.'ifir consent in writing. 10. Free employers of nny obliga- tion to bargain collectively foremen. 11. Guarantee employers freedom of speech in dealing with so long as their statements ara neither tlueatcning nor coercive. 12. Outlaw union coercion of corn- ers in organizing campaigns. IS. Allow employers to petition rnned The first time she was at the National Labor Relations board liberty for sis days and the elections to determine whlc.i liberty for sis dixy time for 32 days. Late Sunday night tho 43-year-old red-haired killer made her third escape. She was recaptured about 11 hours later In an orange grove a few miles from the hospital. ol the before In the Itted the ,s found guilty had escaped. Mrs. Judd's claim yesterday, after her recapture, that she fled the hospital bccflusn Dr. Larson refused to let her sec her mother, a volun- tary patient In r.hc institution's hospital ward, on Mother's day, without foundation, Dr. Larson said. Recently Dr. Larson had ordered Mrs. Judd transferred from the infirmary ward. Had Beaten Mother "The real reason I ordered the he said, "was because I found that she had recently beat- en hor mother and given her a black eye. This is verifiable by the records. I was afraid the old lady (Mrs. Carrie B. McKlnnell, Mrs. Judd's mother, is who has had sev- eral heare attacks, would die if It happened again. The last beating she gave her mother was not tho first. I couldn't take the responsi- bility for leaving her (Mrs. Judd) near her mother. "She is too dangerous for the infirmary ward. She is one of the most dangerous women I have ever worked I have worked with a lot of them. "She has been too petted and pampered, and tho rainuto I cliunp- union shall jvpro.sont their workers, Eau Claire Youth Found Wounded at Dickinson, N. D. Dickinson. N. IX An E.111 Claire. Wis., youth who wns found Saturday ncnr Bclflcld, N. D., with a bullet wound in his head would give no details todny of how he suffered the wound. Stark County Sheriff Fred Finger snld the. youth. John Heinzkc, 20, regained consciousness in a local hospital briefly, but would say lit- tle. Heinzke was found sitting in a coupe by Gcorce Foster near the Foster home. Heinzke had been shot in the temple with a .22 caliber revolver, which was found beside him. He is in critical condition but was'reported a "little better" today. Finger said Heinskc told him he owned the sun. but refused to give any details of the Finger said the coupe in which Heinzke was found bore New Mexico license plates. He snid he was in- formed by Mcnomonic, police that the 'machine had been stolen from the. streets of that city last week. Heinzkc said he did not steal the cor but had started hitchhikinc from Minneapolis. He said he did not remember what happened after he left Minneapolis, according to FiiiRcr. FinRcr the investigation, would, continue.   

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