Winona Republican Herald, October 21, 1947

Winona Republican Herald

October 21, 1947

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Issue date: Tuesday, October 21, 1947

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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1947, Winona, Minnesota w EATHER c ONTRIBUTE ,To Wlnon-'n Community Chert Full Leaied Wire News Report of The Anociated PTCM Member of the Audit Bureau of VOLUME 47, NO. 208 W1NONA. MINNESOTA, TUESDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 21. 1947 FIVE CENTS PER COPY FOURTEEN PAGES With Contacts With I j-vI Contacts W Child Hurt in Galesville Car Crash J.B. Condition of Two Others Still Critical Inquest to Be Resumed Oct. 28 At Whitehall GaJesvlIIe. David Stafford, one and one.-hulf yearn old. critically injured In nn auto- mobile collision near GtUcsvlUe Sun- duy In which his mother wns killed Alma Center Hunter Hit by Stray Bullet Black River Falls, Wls. Harold Jacobson, 38, Is in critical condition at the Krohn clinic here today lollow- ing a wound received Sunday -when he was struck in tho chest by a stray .22 calibre bullet as he was leaving his farm to go pheasant hunting. The accident occurred on the Johnson farm, one-quarter mile south of Alma Center, Sunday afternoon and Investiga- tion of the mishap has been Initiated by local authorities. It Is not known who fired the rt m, motner Flying Boat Crashes Near Thame. E.tuary without regaining _con- her four aflame, plunged Into the two off the Thnmex estuary today. Seven of the crewmen were rea- died. The rescued men suffered from severe burns. hospital without regaining con sclousness. The child hud suffered a skull fracture in tho accident, Three persons involved in the crash have been released from La Cross? hor.pltnl.-, whllr three nro fltlll hospitalized, two of them In critical condition. Those hospitalized arc: Lawrence Stafford. 24, La Crosse, husband of the fatally Injured wom- an. Is in serious condition having sustained a fractured leg. hip, shoulder blade and Jaw, broken ribs, possible chest Injuries nnd cuts. Roy Smith. 49. La Crosne, father of Mrs. Stafford, possible nplno In- juries severe hrud imcl facial Iftcer- ntlons. Ills condition Is Improved; X-r.iys havo been taken of his bock. Mrs. Roy Smith, f.2. in critical condition, still unconscious, possible o{ the 57.na.tlon Russia Asks U.N. Order Troops To Leave condition, sUU unconscious, posoiun; o{ 51-na.tlon political commitico ricull fracture, multiple facial frnc- nnd orctcr united States and British turrs. Three RrlriumO 19, of Mr. nnd Mrs. Smith, find brul.nrs. Miss Ramsey. Crosse, Incrratlons and bi.. Miss Betty Hanson, 18, Ln Crosse InccraUons nnd bruises. The collision took plnce one of Galcsvlllo Sunday rmoon between vehicles driven by Mr. Stafford nnd Frank Wleczorek 10. Accordlne to reports reoolvcd by from La Crosse, when a. car directly In front of him turned into a farm road. To avoid hitting tho automobile, he swerved Into tho thr other lane hitting tho Stafford vehicle head-on. The Stafford- Smith pnrty had been nt Gnlesvllle to attend the wedding of a relative nnd was returning to Ln Crosse at the time of the nccldcnt. Mrs. Stafford died shortly follow- ing the accident. Mr. Wleczorek was uninjured except for bruises, Miss Ramsey and Miss Hanson were occupants of the Wleczorek car. Inquest ArrangemcnU An Inquest into tho dcnth of Mrs. Stafford opened Monday at White- hall. Mr. Wleczorek wns question- rd Monday morning preliminary to the inquest. A six-man Jury, called by Trcm- pealeau County Coroner Martin A, wirmcr. visited the accident site Monday, following which tho In- quest was adjourned. It will be re- sumed October 28 nt the Whitehall courthouse. According to an Associated Press, report. Mr. Wlcczorek told omclnls and persons nt the nccldcnt scene he was driving nbout 45 miles per hour. He snlcl he did not see the npproochine Stafford vehicle be- cause he wns blinded by tho sun, according to the report. Funeral arrangements for Mrs Stafford are being postponed pcnd- inc the arrival North Carolina. of relatives from White House Calls Congress Leaders President Tru- today summoned congressional Iraders to the White House for n conference Thursday on Europe': flnnncinl plight. -RnmlrHI 73 The White House said Invltn- sn merlins for what Prr.'Udentlnl Sue relnry ChnrK-s G. ROJ.I described as Fnlls. o A senatorial knight with three white horses is _ grooming his steeds for a transcon- included: tlncntal crusade in the Interests of world pence. Senator Glen H. Taylor (D.- the 43-year-old former iuu mtuLnjK uj. wiit o- i-: e pans o son said such a move by Congress day from Seal Beach, Calif., travel- Through U.S. V Extension of Move to Balkan Countries Rumored Rio de sec- ond largest country In tho Western hemisphere, announced today uxd severed diplomatic with Soviet Russia. The announcement set to speculate ttint Brazil might eventually tho break to countries to thts Soviet sphere of innucnce. They recalled Chile _ recent break with Yugoslavia. At Washington, the State de- partment announced today It agreed to ft Brazilian request to represent Brazil's Interest In Russia and Js so notifying the Soviet gov- ernment. Notified In Advance At tho same time. Press Officer Lincoln White said the Creole la relations between Rio Janeiro and Moscow Is "strictly a matter lor the Brazilian and Soviet gov- ernments." He said It Is obvious that UM American government was notified by Brazil In advance ol the action since the question of Brazilian rep- resentation in the Soviet union, had been nettled. The break with Russia formalized a situation already virtually in effect. Brazil resumed relations with, Russia in 1045 but there have been no commercial or cultural Rio's ambassador to Moscow. Mario Pimentel Brandao, has spent much, of the time In Stockholm lor rea- sons or health. ambas- sador. Jacob Surltz. left Brazil following tho official outlawing of tho Communist party here several months ago. Attack on Dntnt Brazil took offense at Russian press attacks on this country and on President Eurico Caspar Dutra. One or the Russian called Dutra an incompetent soldier and a fascist. VIce-President Nereu Ramos had declared the break was tor national honor." In Moscow yesterday, anticipating the break, that talk of the severance of showed "reactionaries" here had "lost all balance." Some diplomats were Inclined to Interpret Brazil's action as a turn- ing point in Latin American rela- tions .with Russia and comrounlsm. They foresaw repercussions at tho inter-American conference In Jan- uary, scheduled to discuss United States proposal for stan- dardization of arms in this hemi- sphere. The foreign office statement said the U. S. embassy In Moscow had assumed charge of Brazil's In the Soviet union. Well informed diplomatic here sold tho Yugoslav legation probably would handle Russian af- fairs to Brazil. The note addressed to the Russian government announcing the break, In relations said that Brazil had acted because of an "extremely out- rageous and calumnious article" against President Dutra and Brazilian armed forces ap- peared In the Moscow Literary Gazette. The communication declared it was universally known that Soviet press was controlled by the Russian government and that government must be held responsi- ble for what appeared in the press. The Russian government, the note added, had refused to accept m, Brazilian protest against the Ga- zette article. Wisconsin Needs Workers Madison, Wla. A total ot establishments participating in the Wisconsin state employment service labor market information program reported today they need additional workers next 60 days. Greatest need, W.SJE.S. said, was manufacturing flelds, where 0.6 per cent decline in workers noted from July 15 So September 15. Loss of students and other summer workers caused the slump and also affected other employ- ment fields. If employers are able to fill needm within the next two months, the service said, total employment Jn establishments would reach. la.uOO by mid-November. A summary for various state nream La firms want 365 more employes. Army Air Fields i Alaska Banned to Civilian Lines but "It'll come bock to me very easily." Bt. He plans to hit the saddle Sun- officials today refused to comment ___f_____ On the "move out" order reportedly reives but one- MM-' Taylor and her brother wffl receives but one automoblie.trailer. natlng his mounts. Senator Taylor said he has no He advocated uaopuon 01 tne uu.- tional grange's recommendatoins for planned itinerary; hell speak, also a program of abundance, not one of play the banjo and sing for aud- scarcity: support prices, and alienees anywhere, anytime, as the op- modernized parity formula. iportunity A wrigh, administrator, reported the order Monday in Washington. Be said it applied to Ladd and Elmendorl Flelds which are the only airports in Alaska suitable for four-englnn planes such as N.W-A. uses on flights to the Orient over tha northern route, ;

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