Winona Republican Herald, June 21, 1947

Winona Republican Herald

June 21, 1947

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Issue date: Saturday, June 21, 1947

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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1947, Winona, Minnesota W EATHER N EWS PtCTURES Best in local and Dally Full Leaied Wire News Report of The AiiociatedPreit Member of the Audit Bureau of VOLUME 47, NO. 106 W1NONA. MINNESOTA. SATURDAY EVENING. JUNE 21. 1947 FIVE CENTS PER COPY FOURTEEN PAGES Filibust r V> tV J. v} Senate in Session 24 Hours Taylor and Morse Hold Floor for 14 Hours Washington Frazzled sen- ators still were far from, agreement odny on fixing a time for a. vote on President Truman's veto of tfie Tart-Hartley labor control bill. An end to their all-day, all-night wrangling was nowhere in sight after nearly 24 hours of continuous session. As a small band of veto sup- porters continued their desperate effort to delay a final judgment until next week, Senate Republican Leader White of Maine said an effort will be made to reach an agreement for a vote Monday. This announcement came after White conceded it would be virtual- y impossible to force a vote any- time today on the veto which the House easily overrode yesterday mmcdiatcly after it had arrived from the White House. Senator Morse (R.-Ore.) one of ihe group determined to delay a vote until the nation has time to A Fine Crop or "spinach" was Brown by all contestants In the beard contest sponsored by the Bearded has been In progress since early this year. SPwSfjSSraWBr Spring Grove's history with unabated interest throughout. _____________ Spring Grove Hosts To on Thirds Day of Celebration Staff Writer Sprinc Grove Weather and geniality were holding out as So-'nc Grove went Into the third day of Its fourth decennial hornccomlnp. Today was the blgRest clay of the celebration and 10000 visitors were expected here for Veterans day. Veterans o-canlzallons from Wlnona, Mabel. Caledonia, La Crosse, Spring K Grove, Dccorah, Iowa, and Hokah marched In the gigantic parade this .afternoon and many of these towns also had drum corps and bands represented In thc parade. The rtcv, Arthur Rustand, na- tional chaplain ot the American LrRlon spoke at 3 p. m. and a baseball came between the Calc- itimlu and Spring Grove Junior American Legions was another feature, while the Spring Hundreds More Flee As Crests Reach Hannibal Hjnnlb.il. crest big June flood had reached llannlbal-Quincy-. Til., area to- Grove High school chorus will present fi concert this evening lannlba-unc-. presen fi concer rausint; hundreds of famlllcr, ine direction of Conrad homes whllr li-viv carried or. an :ill-nlKlit fight. streets decked with flags greeted he MI.V.I.V.IWI river stood at 11 tno homecoming natives of the vil- over the static Hunnl- us tncy returned to their home while the Sny levee situation town {or tnc fOur-day event and J'.linnis side dcmftlnod critical.! o{ t liixjrc r.f thi.i levee would result In; inundation nf 120.000 acres. much] r.r w.'ilrh already was covered All residents In the nrru' ti.-ivi- evacuated. cries of "Gic, you old so and r.o, Itetl rrus.-. made arrange- thlng.M you don't see when you shelter 1.00'J in Hie huvc a were among the good niiturcd Jibes flung at o{ tno Spring drove hotel ,tis Well as most of the homes of the stretched to accom- the homecomcrs. Friends KciinitiHl talin on .pot Over Aid Plan By Glenn Williams weekend may bring one of the decisive moments in Europe's tangled history and the decision lines in the mind of Prime Minister Stalin. His problem: Shall Russia Join Britain and France In planning an economic "one world" for Europe, perhaps at the cost of a slipping Red grip on middle-European gov- ernments, or shall she cast aside thc chance to unite Europe and go her own way in her own politico- economic sphere In thc east? British Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevln, practiced In grasping the "breaks" of trnde--union warfare, snatched at U. S. Secretary of State Ocorgc C. Marshall's skeletonized Ter of June 5 to help rebuild uropc. Hastily he called on French Pre- mier Paul Bamadler and French Foreign Minister Georges Bidault. in two Paris last Tuesday and Wednesday this potent Eu- ropean trio dispatched to Russia a call to Join to decide by next Monday whether the Soviet Union will come in. Russia's officially Inspired com- munist newspaper Pravda greeted Junior High liere us i'rfided the lower half of the and a rcny.t guard cutter ci! Irum thc flooded op rullrouil within mumst J.-IUVUM. Martha tire r Marshall's plan with a single blast nnlrcd 21-year-old girl and then relapsed into silence. Now Ule brldc todny Of Wl fContlnucd on I'agc 10, Column 6) Ford, 22, grandson of the the costumed residents of the town. n rii Friends who hadn't seen each other for years greeted yesterday, "Old i Settler's day" to compare notes on uw.t uiKui. families, friends and Spring un Inch or the record set Grove's good old days. Mn Tncy camc from Washington. from California, from New York, "from almost every state In the union and someone is even here from Alaska" the pretty girls who rlv month ftt Clinton, u: 'M north of here. h" river reported bxi; ruins upslci-um u new tlireiit.. About half C'lfivm 1'-. Mill under water from completely in- curlier flood and Alexandria, rem.iinrcl .vd. thc Mi.'-.st.url Interior, residents river bottoms ue- Slljlcy iinrt Itoonvllli1 were :ircl by tiie weather bureau liwiti CIVIT four Inches of rain fa'.lrn MX hours unit that manned the homecoming registra tions office said. To many homccomers, Spring Grove's paved main street was noted more than the flag-decked city and other changes In thc progressive little city were noted ly the returning natives with pride .nd nostalgia. ...u. i But still the same, and with ap- stages inlKhl be expected; n-r-n torlny Much of this; (Continued on Pace 7, Column Z) i'.'rrVi.n" already was covered with: SPRING GROVE Montevideo Votes for City Manager Form of Government Montevideo, Minn. Monte- video, a city of population, l.s the latest community In Minnesota to adopt the councll- muiuiKcr form or government. Montevideo voterji went to tho polls Tuesday and by a 4 to 1 majority approved a revised charter that provides for a city manager. The Montevideo council will hire the city manager and tho new plan will KO Inlo effect on January 1, J31S. This action by Montevideo voters Is similar to the pro- posed charter revision which Faribault cltlscns will vote on ut a special election on July 1. The revised charter for Farl- hault also Includes a provision for a council-manager form of government. alcr. Indonesians Duel With Dutch Ship Ratafia. Java The Inclone- Kepubllcnn army announced that one of UK coastal bat- i'-ri'-s i-nKagcfl in an artillery duel Dutrh destroyer Thursday rifar Ur.njoev.-ant.-l. I" eastern Java. Indonesian was Killed and three M'-re cause oJ the clash was not i The Hutch have clalm- fd :ha: Banjoi-wangl l.s a .itaglng '.o- in'lltnitlnK into ISnii. Philippine Board to Investigate Oil Manila President Manuel A. today signed a bill seC- :i board to investigate Phil.pplne oil resources and rccom- a poliry toward proposed oil exploration by Amer- U'.'i.'i corporations. (Continued on Page 10, Column STALIN Attlee Hits Clipper Stewardess Tells of By Edwin B. Grecnwald Istanbul Miss Jane Bray, blonde hostess on the Ill- fated Clipper Eclipse, told today how the 30 persons aboard waited in terror amid the roar of flames for the inevitable crash which was to kill 14 ot their number. Under the bright stars-ol a. serene Syrian sky, the Constella- LU L 6 tion, her port wing afire, hurtled toward the desert with a mighty screech, landed on her belly, ground- looped to the left and split, in two. The Pan American airways craft was enveloped in flames. The 28-year-old Memphis, Tenn., girl, who ignored her own broken foot and worked over the survivors until she collapsed, told this story: She went to sleep knowing that, one motor was feathered but slic was unworrled about It. A short time later she was awakened by flames whipping past the port win- dows. She saw the purser, Anthony Eau Claire Boy Dies From Injuries Received in Crash Eau Claire, death toll in an automobile collision near here early last Monday was raised to three yesterday when James Tal- bert, nine, died of injuries. The child's father, Arnold H. Tal- bert. 47, Eau Claire, and Mrs. Ruthj Ness, 40, Eau Claire county treas the officer, Eugene standing in the rur. were the other victims. Be- camfi to me and sald .gct your belt mining in a critical condition was rastcned tight.' urur. malnlng in a critical condition was rastcned tight. Mrs. Beatrice Talbert, 40, wife of No ranic Arnold. "I started to get up and they said harshly, 'Get your belt "Then all of us called to the pas- sengers to get their belts on. They did. There was not a .sign of panic. "Nlmbalkar Rajkumar, the Indian and went over to his were among Martha Fireitone Akron, Ohio Ptirke Firestone, a uiu becomes Wlllinm Clay Ford, 22, grandson of the late Henry Ford. Taylor Holds Senate Floor Hours in Filibuster Eight the survivors.) Everybody else sat still and we Just waited, each think- ing his own thoughts. "I looked out. The number two motor was all afire and it seemed motor was au aiirc mm STOHH.U ajavm been sent out IQJ. .roua, to have spread to the wing. I won- Barbara RiBgs Clement, 24, second dered why they didn't drop that cousin Oj fOi-mer Secretary of War motor. I looked up and even through Hcnry W- stimson, the fire I could see bright stars. But everything else was black as pitch. Suddenly there was a hard Jar, just vWtcd the Stimson home. Sudeny ere was t cen dl.lvlnB away like when a tooth is pulled and you stimson estate at Cold burnin motor Nas. ened Britain aiiairs. Senator Glen IL Taylor

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