Winona Republican Herald, May 26, 1947

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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1947, Winona, Minnesota W EATHER lear and ctiol N EWS PICTURES Dent in Local xnd Wlrcphotos Dally Full Leased Wire News Report of The Associated Press Member of the Audit Bureau of VOLUME 47, NO. WJNONA. MINNESOTA, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 26, 1947 FIVE CENTS PER COPY EIGHTEEN PAGES VULUIVIC. U. S. Military Aid to Hemisphere Asked D xv 13 Die in Weekend Accidents Two Burned to Death at Hudson As Truck Ignites Dr. Nels Mlnnc was re-elected president of Winona State Teachers college by the stale teachers college board in annual session In St. Paul today, and rcslgnntlons of five fac- ulty members from the staff of the Winona college were accepted. I The resignations were submitted 'bv Oliif Anflnson, science, to ac- ne" Icept n position in Florida; Miss cllccl ln "ccl'Anna Clute. kindergarten, who is dents In Ml.'.ncsotn and Wisconsin taking a post at the Mankato seven In Wlscon-' Teachers college; Robert Hosoka- five in Minnesota Journalism of and automobile lru. journalism school stall at Syra- ctise university; William Verhage, 5 T. C. Faculty Members Parley Dr. Minne Re-elected President European Food Asked By The Associated Press least 13 person ..___ ontributed to the toll. At Hudson, WIs., two men burned1 dean of college, as of July 31, and to death In the cab of a transport Miss rruck when It veered out of control, ar.d plowed Into a filling station and! ndjacen: residence, setting them on The victims were Charles F. 23. Detroit, and Jume.i Posplr.ll', 23, Hiirlovrtown, Mont Mildred Greene, Junior high social studies, due to 111 health. Most of the resignations' are as of June 5. Presidents of the other teachers colleges and officers of the board also were named today. All were re-elected but, In the case of the presidency of the St. Cloud Teach- ers college, the board renamed D. S. Brainerd with the understanding he would serve only until a successor could be found. Brainerd asked to be relieved so he could return to his former post as vice-president of the college. It was learned that Dr. Raymond G. Gibson, president of the Duluth Teachers college, will be considered for the presidency of tho St. Cloud college if he is not selected by the university to remain at Duluth in the event thnt college becomes a university branch. W. H. Stewart of St. Cloud was re-elected board president for the fourth time to servo another two years. E. Raymond Hughes of Mankato was renamed vice-presi- dent. Dean M. Schwelckhard, state commissioner of education, Is des- ignated by law to serve as sccre- Re-elected college president In addition to Brainerd and Dr. Nels Minne, were Dr. C. L. Crawford, Mankato; Dr. O. W. Snarr, Moor- head; Dr. Raymond G. Gibson, Du- luth, and Dr, Charles R. Sattgast, Bemldjl. The board approved a resolution calling for automatic annual wage increases of a year for all teachers college faculty members. Stewart said approximately 350 men and -women will receive the benefits: the truck'e ruers from Pospisll. who called for help the wreckage. The flames spread to the filling j station where damage was estimat- ed nt nnd to a residence oc- ruDled by the Len Bally and Thomas damage Deaths oi 4 in Iowa Blast Lumber Ruled Murder and Suicide Fire at Oshkosh Probed by State International Report Stresses Need of Continuing Aid By Ovid A. Martin Washington Secretary of Agriculture Clinton Anderson to- day recommended a world confer- ence be held in Europe in July to tighten up food management in countries likely to have another year of shortages. At the same time, D. A, Fitzgerald, secretary-general of the Interna- tional Emergency rood council, said the United States must rush to Europe Fl-imes fed by gasoline from the Siblcy, A note signed "Lee" was described by Coun Inflammable material in ty Attorney L. L. Corcoran today as a confession of the slay.ngs curgo. prevented res-. ,of n. 38-year-old widow and two children by her farm reaching Bryant Corcoran said the slayer was Lee Stevens, 37. a bachelor, who killed himself with a dynamite ex- plosion after shooting Mrs. Rose Horky, her son, Charles, five, and BrvanJ was rnroute from Clcve- _ land. Ohio, to St. Paul when the TT House Lays Aside Work in Tribute cnt occurred nt 8 a. m. Suffocates i House put aside Its business today out of re- Henr.an Anderson, 73, was sul-1 t for Rcproscntatlvc Fred Brad- yesterday in a lire at tho'-K hotey in Portage, Twenty- four other hotel guests were driv- er, from their rooms by the blaze which worked Itr.elf up the ho- tel roof before it was brought un- control. "John Mack, two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvert F. Mack, drotrned yesterday in n. drainage ditch nrar his home Jn Whlteflsh Boy. R Milwaukee suburb. Bradley's death Saturday in New London. Conn., dramatically pointed up a warning hc Issued only three weeks ago. He said that Washington, with Its continuous round of entertainment in addition to many legislative chores. Is more than many congress- men can take. this summer "maximum" amounts ot food to prevent wide- spread violence and rioting. Anderson made his suggestion in a letter to Fitzgerald as the council .met here today to review the world [situation and make plans for meet- McCarthy Heads Wisconsin Stassen Candidacy Club Milwaukee S. Senator Joseph R, McCarthy was elected temporary chairman of a Wisconsin Stassen for President club, at a. meeting or supporters of the former Minnesota governor Saturday. The group decided to meet for formal organization before Stassen speaks at the Wisconsin .County Board's association convention June former sate treasurer cadidate to ca 1340, was picked to open a Stassen I Carthy added. headquarters at Oshkosh. After the organization meeting, McCarthy left for Appleton, his home town. "I still think Stasscn's slate has the best chance lo carry Wiscon- the Wisconsin senator said. Hc declared that no slate of dele- sates would be made up until after the campaign was organized thor- oughly. "Wisconsin could easily determine inlwho will be our next Mc- Abuse of Milwaukee Child May Furnish Weckler Clue Milwaukee -W- Wisconsin police officials who days have sought a trace ol eight-year-old Georgia Jean Weckler, to- day were alerted for the assailant of a six-year-old Milwaukee Kirl brutally beaten and raped Here yesterday. The mangled six-year-old, found amid bloodstained debris iu an old garage, remained In critical condition today at County Emer- gency hospital, police .officers while hundreds ol aided by sheriff's daughter, Ruth, three. Mrs. was housekeeper for Lcc Stevens Oshkosh, WIs. An investi- gation was being made today Into the cause of a fire which destroyed board feet of lumber yesterday at the Fostor- Lothman mills, scene ol a year-old tvUlLLiUi I 1 Dam 6, Pool Dam 6, T. W. Dakota (C.P.) Dnm 7. Pool Dam 7 T. W...... La Crossc Tributary Chippewa at Durand Zumbro at Thiclmnn Buffalo above Alma Trempealcau at Dodge Black nt Neillsville Black nt Cak-sville 8.1 8.0 7.G 8.6 fl.S 6.D SA Streams 5.2 2.8 1.1 Crosse at W. Salem l.s Root at Houston 6.8 0.0 OO 00 -fO.l 0.0 -0.1 0.0 0.0 -1-0.1 0.1 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 Police said he was struck in the back after two bullets had been fired over his head. The boy was on parole after an earlier auto theft conviction. RLVEIl FORECAST (From Hastings to Guttcnherg) The Mississippi will continue 1'all- iing slowly throughout the district for several days but with little change in the lower pools. V ;

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