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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1947, Winona, Minnesota w EATHER Cloudy lohlrht knd HnntUr wtth Jlgtii local warmer tonight. Full Leased Wire News Report of The Associated Press 13 to Register for Swimming Fool Election Nov. 1 Member of the Audit Bureau of VOLUME 47, NO. 188 WINONA, MINNESOTA, SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 27, 1947 FIVE CENTS PER COPY SIXTEEN PAGES In The Bench Show of the Golden Retriever Club at America witnessed by nearly 500 persons at the armory Friday evening are shown In the above photographs. The dark horse of the show, Scllrovln Shur Shot, left, owned by Ralph G. Boalt of Winona, was judged the best dog of the show. This Is the first time Shur Shot has ever been entered In show competition. The best bitch of the show was Des Lacs Lassie, center, owned by DCS Lacs kennels of- Winona. By winning last evening Lassie became a bench show champion. Czar of Wildwood, right, was crowned champion of champions at the show, defeating the best champions entered from various sections of the nation. Czar is owned by Eric S. Johnson, movie czar of Hollywood, Calif. All three winners were showrl by HaJlls Wilson, Amherst, Wls., a pro- fessional show handler. His Is an unusual record for any.show. There were 69 entries in the show. Maxwell Riddle, judge. Cleveland, Ohio, is shown in the pictures presenting ribbons to the dogs. The winner award was presented by Theodore A. Rchm, president of the national club. Winona Dogs Win at Bench Show; Odds in All-Age Stake Close Stilrovin Shur Shot Judged Best of Show It was Winona night at the bench show of the Golden Retriever Club of America last evening at the ar- mory.- Stilrovlri Shur Shot, owned by Ralph G. Boalt, was Judged best dog of the show; DCS Lacs Lassie, owned by Barton Foster of the Des Lacs kennels, Winona, was selected) M best bitch of the show and Czar of Wildwood, owned by Eric S. John- ton. Hollywood, Calif., a Wlnona- xired golden, was crowned cham- pion of champions of the show, the highest honor to go to any Golden Retriever in America. In the special championship event, seven of the top goldens, all champions, competed. They includ- ed Taramar Golden Reward, owned by the Taramar kennels, Boston; Noraaby Baloo of Taramar, also owned by the Taramar kennels, Boston: King Dale Sergeant, own- ed by Charles R. Malven, Waterloo, Iowa; Highland Chief, owned by L, C. Brooks, Minneapolis, and King of Riverwood, owned by Kathleen Gaentner, St. Paul. In the open dog event -won 'by Stilrovin Shur Shot. Kettle River Cossack, owned by Herbert A. Willis. Mill City Man New President of U. S. Club The odds -after- noon on which dog will win the open all-age stake of the Golden Retriever Club of America, to be run Sunday on the grounds of the Trl-State Hunting Dog association on Prairie Island. Taft Maps Welfare Program To Push Billion Dollar Expansion This Session By Jack Bell Portland, A powerful campaign to force" early action by 3ongress on so-called "social" legls- atlon was mapped today by Senator Robert Taft (R.-Ohio) as an ap- parently integral part of his ex- rn_ pectcd bid for the 1948 Republican Twenty-three of the top golden nomination. Soldiers Taken In Trieste Freed Belgrade, Yugoslavia Three U. S. soldiers arrested at the Trieste frontier Monday were released last night, officials said today. Tho U, S, umbiiKsy hu.'i for- warded a note to thu Yugoslav foreign ministry requesting In- formation on the incident. The foreign ofllce announced yesterday that an oral apology had -been, .tendered the Ameri- can ambassador, Cavendish Can- non, following a conference by Cannon yesterday with Assistant Foreign Minister Vladimir Velc- bit. The Lhi'BL' men are I'lrnc Lieu- tenant William van Atten, East Orange, N. J.; Private First Class Earl G. Hendrick, Jr., Ar- lington, Va., and Private First Class Glen A. Meyer, Edgeley, N. D. field trial dogs of the nation, in- cluding six field trial champions, are entered In this top stake of the trials. The champions arc Pirate of Golden Valley, owned by Cariton Grassle, Rochester; Shelter Cove Beauty owned by L, M. Evans of Sauk Rapids, Minn.; Stllrovin Nltro Express owned by Ben L. Boalt, Milwaukee; Royal Peter of Golden Valley owned by Dr. C. H. Over- hold, Fargor N. D., and Stilrovln Super Speed owned by.Mrs. Gerald Livingston of Huntington, N. Tf. This morning the derby stake with 37 entries was run, and the non-winner stake with 36 entries was scheduled for this afternoon. The crowd today shifted about on Prairie Island, as the land and water series were staged. The cover presidential nomination. Despite his forecast of opposition by other Republicans, the Ohio senator stood committed today to head a drive for legislation to ex- pand old age assistance, increase unemployment compensation, con- struct public housing and provide state-administered, federal aid for health and education. All this, Taft told an audience of Republican club members at 3earhart, Ore., last night, may cost ;he federal- government 000 'a .year. owned by Don Bdherm St. Paul, third, and Top of Taramar owned by the Taramar kennels, Bos- ton, fourth. In the open bitch class won by DCS Lncs Lassie. Tonkahof Fleet, owned by the Tonkahof kennels, Minneapolis, was second; Kingdales Goldle. owned by Mrs. Gerald G. Comes. Minneapolis, was third, and Haney's Golden Lady, owned by Ernest A. Haney, Manson, Iowa, fourth. Kettle River Colonel, owned by George M. Ryan, Minneapolis, won In the puppy dog class and Kettle River Captain, owned by Maxwell O. Wclby, Minneapolis, won the novice dog class. In the American bred dog class the winner was Ruff of Taramar. of the Tarumar ken- nels, Boston. The puppy bitch class winner was Innocent, owned by H. R. Hnushal- ter. Random Lake, Wis. Stilrovin Red Head Reliance, owned by Mr. Boalt, Winona. was winner in the novice bitch class. The American bitch event was Fantasy of Tara- mar, owned by the Tnramar ken- nels. Boston. Stilrovin Shur Shot was judged best of winners In the show. Maxwell Riddle, sports writer of the Cleveland Press, Cleveland. Ohio, water work. James Simpson, Jr., of Wads- worth, 111., and E. N. Dodge of Wayzata, Minn., were the Judges. Dinner Tonight This'evening at the Hotel Winona at the annual dinner of the Golden Retriever Club .of America will be staged. There ore more than 200 reservations, Including promi- nent golden owners from through- out the United States. Henry W. Norton, Minneapolis, was elected president of the Golden Retriever club succeeding Theodore A. Rchm of Boston at the club's annual meeting held nt the Hotel Winona' PrIday afternoon. Henry de Roulet, Los Angeles, and G. D. Alt, Wayzata, were elect- ed vice-presidents and Cariton Grassle of Rochester, secretary- treasurer. Annual reports were received and plans for the coming year briefly discussed. was bench show judge. Arrangements for the show and trials were in charge of committees from thtc Trl- Statc Hunting Dog association, local retriever organization. Bus Tips in Hennepin County, Injuries Minor Minneapolis A new school bus being driven to Watertown, S. D, went into a ditch and overturn- ed on county highway 7 in Hen- nepin county last night, but the driver and his helper suffered only minor Injuries. The driver, R. c. Brown, 30. of Watertown, and his helper, Alfred Seick. 30. of Arlington. S. D., were treated by a Mound physician. Aged Couple Killed in N. D. As Train Hits Car Grand Forks. N. and Mrs. Henry Burman, each about 75 and residents here, were killed late Friday when the car in which they were riding was struck by a North- em Pacific railroad passenger train at a. crossing near Mckinock, N. D. Java Volcano Spouts Smoke 2 Miles in Air Batavia, Java Mt. Gedeh West Java's mightiest volcano erupted with a roar today. A Dutch official said molten lava was pouring down the craggy sides of the volcano and eye witnesses In Buitenzorg said the blast sent a pillar of smoke tower- Ing two miles In the air, Gedeh, which had been dormat since 1009, Is' situated in n thickly populated truck farming region about 45 miles southeast of Batavia. A Dutch spokesman said there was no Immediate danger to the popu- lace, since the eruption had been expected and citizens warned to leave the vicinity several days ago. Gedeh was the scene of a disas- trous eruption In 1886. Russian Woman Has Quintuplets London The Soviet agency Tass reported today a. Russian woman had pivcii birth to quintuplets, three boys and two' girls. It said all five were developing1 normally and the young mother, Khonda Tsy- renzliapova, was in pood-health. Modest Beginning Conceding that the after-war budget situation may force a "mod- est nevertheless Taft said he believes "The Republican party will and should proceed with these measures in the next session." The Ohio senator, who speaks at a meeting of Oregon State college students at Corvallls tonight made It plain he expects many Republi- cans to that action on wel- fare legislation be postponed until after the 1948 election. He said that some of his party over plants grown with "ordinary Tests on Wallace Farm Back Claims For Radioactive Soil New York The theory that radioactive substances might In- crease the yield of crops, reported 'eccntly from the scene of the atomic bomb blast at' Nagasaki, Japan, was advanced today with' a tatement that a similar Increase vas noted when radioactive ferti- liser was used on Henry Wallace's 18-acre farm in Wcslchcstcr conn- y, New York. A_ spokesman for Wallace said Round-World Pilots Stop Off in Siam Bangkok, Siam Clifford B. Evans of Washington and George W. Truman of Los Angeles landed here today after a perilous flight from Rangoon, Burma, during which their light sport planes were buf- feted by storms over the mountain- ous Burma-Slam border. Hannegan To Resign Party Post Will Keep Cabinet Job; McGrath Slated As Successor By D. Harold Oliver E. Han- negan will resign .'October 29 .as chairman of the Democratic na- ;Ional committee and be succecdcc by Senator James Howard McGrath of Rhode Island. Hannegan announced today lie Is resigning because of health and :hafc President Truman "Indicated ils approval" of McGrath. Ratifica- ion or the President's choice by the national committee will be a for- mality. Hannegan remains as post- master general. McGrath told reporters he will They said the next'stops In the Democratic chairman- would be'. ship and expects to "proceed on round-the-world flight Canton and Shanghai. Shelter Defies Demolition Berlin Many Germans smiled today as the Nazi-built air raid shelter in the Tiergarten defied British efforts to flatten it with explosives. Last month the British army [the theory that my task will be to 're-elect President Truman." Hannegan snld he Is giving up the chairmanship he took over In January, 1044, on the advice of physicians who urged that he limit his activities. He will stay on as postmaster general. Wisconsin Duck Season to Open October 7 Tru- man today proclaimed a two-week's extension of the hunting season for waterfowl, coot, rails, and gallinulcs in Wisconsin, and shortened it by two weeks for waterfowl and coot In Olclnhonm. The new rcKiilation.'i amend those of July 31 and were said to have been approved on recommendation of the Interior department and" of the conservation departments of the two states. open season Is changed to' October 7 to November 5 instead of October 21 to November 19. tried to destroy the massive steeli the meeting 'starts. Jew Killed in Interception of Refugee Ship Jerusalem One Jew was tilled and nine others were injured today when British sailors boarded refugee ship trying to crack the alestine coastal blockade with ap- proximately 450 persons aboard. The Jew slain was shot by a Brl ish sailor who "had been surround d by a party of Jews brandishin a government spokes He called a meeting of the na-jmlm sajd. TWO other Jews wer Jonal committee for October 20 and wounded by gunfire and a Brltlsl said his resignation will be effective of that date nt 11 a. m. when and concrete shelter and fink tower; with pounds of T.N.T. The tower stood firm, though shattered inside. hat tomato plants treated with German Defiance of adioactive fertilizer showed a 30 _.. er.cent Increase in weight yieldjDismantling Order Seen members "hesitate to undertake fertilizer. these additional activities If they are to be set up and administered Minneanolis Womsm by men who really do not Woman instate or local control or independ-jKilled in Auto Accident ence." Dlxtrust Administration ".They distrust the present admin istratlon of the Federal Security administration because it has shown an intense desire for federal con- trol of everything and everybody, he declared. "They fear the same lack of co- operation from President Truman a he exhibited when he appointed to I Minneapolis Mrs, Melvln Peters, 21, was killed early today when she was thrown from un auto- mobile struck by another machine being pursued by police. Washington Governor Attends Game Today YVaNhloRton Governor and Mrs. Mon C. Wallgren of Washing- ton were to be the guests of Presi- dent J. L. Morrlll of the University of Minnesota and Mrs. Morrlll at the Minnesota-Washington football gamo this afternoon. administer the labor-management (Taft-Hartlcy) relations act three men who apparently had no sym- pathy whatever with' the purposes of the act." But Taft indicated clearly that n his position as chairman of the Senate's Republican, policy com- mittee he will attempt to batter these objections down. He also wll have the advantage of being chair- man of the Senate labor and wel- fare committee, which would handle many of the measures he has sug- gested. Man Fatally Hurt As Cars Crash at Oshkosh Oshkosh, Wls. John Wohlt, 72, Larsen, Wls., (Wlnne- bago was Injured fatally yesterday in a two-car 'collision at an intersection here. Wohlt's wife, 68, was injured cri- tically. Also Injured were Mrs. Ervln Gruenwald, 42, of Oshkosh, a passenger in the Wohlt car, and J. William Shehorn. 37, Wilmette, 111., driver of the other car. Hamburg, Germany Ger- man tradu union lenders and Indus- trialists today predicted open de- fiance by German workers of Brit- ish-American military government orders to dismantle factories in the western reparations. Orders already have boon Issued Sullivan Leaving Hannegan said he had Senator McGnUh's name to Presi- dent Truman ns his successor and the President has indicated his ap- proval. Simultaneously, the chairman an- r.onced that Gael Sullivan, execu- tive director and vice chairman of the committee, a former n.sslstant postmaster general who has been exercising full power in absence, is resigning on the samci, t sailor suffered a broken finger. Tha ship, named Despite, wa Intercepted about dawn off tin coast. She was the first to try to run thfl coastal blockade since th interception in July of the Exodu.1- 19.17 whose visa-less passen- gers were ultimately returned to Germany. Plans were being made in Haifa for shipping the Jews aboard the Despite to detention camps In Cyprus. Offiicals said resistance was quell- ed after a 20-mlnute battle. The by unions to date, October 29. It is expected that Senator Mc- Grnth would keep his Senate scat if he takes over as committee chair- members not to cooperate in dis-j (Continued on Pazc 6. Column 3.) mantling. HANNEGAN ing tank Jewish sources said she possiblj was one of those recently reported to have left Italy. Because she was a landing craft type it was believed the crew sought to beach her on Palestine shores. Truman Sounds Plea ror Community Chest Washington President Truman broadcast a radio ap- peal last night for Americans to "pledge generously" to their annual 'community chcnt oam- U.S. Grain Buying May Be Probed Board of Trade Says Exports Cause High Market Slan- ders
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