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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1948, Winona, Minnesota w EATHER Fair, TITT rolil luftlch IS COMING Be mire your new radio can recelrt It, Full Leased Wire Report of The Associated Member of the Audit Bureau of VOLUME 47. NO. 286 WINONA. MINNESOTA, FRIDAY EVENING. JANUARY 23, 1948 FIVE CENTS PER COPY SIXTEEN PAGES The HATTER OF FACT Old Guard Cool to Outsiders nr Joseph nml SUwurl Alnnp U'luhlnrtrin Tho portly tvr-i n! the Hepulillniiti mitlonn rornmltteo nrn retreating from leaving behind onl the echo of thrl outhn "not to IP It happen ngiili In Thej ri'inember will dlstiisto how uprlMiiK of thf party's rank tine tllr finutrhed th ItcpuWlciin nom- limtliin for Wen- dell Wlllkle In IfMO. If thn grout rrmjorlty these lond- have tticlr tt'iiy Uif- onrom- IriR convention, the rank and tile ure not to he permitted to do the mime thing iiKuIn fur Oenernl or the Army IlwlKhi n. Klsenhower. who today .-mid he "wiwi tint nVfUI- fnr nnd "riMlMll'l Pierepl." the iinniiniitinn Till'. In the rhlrf liiipri'iuildii left tM-hld'l Hi'1 llepiililleitn MliUoniil comiultlrr iiii-i-LliiK that thn imut- trrs of the parly mean to ruinir a ciindldivte close to u 100 per cent old guard, man us 'hey dare to ofter to the frnbnbl.T the majority of them would t'rlviitely prefer Hcmvlnr liob- ff, A Tuft, lint n (rood many neem to hull the i-diiriiKe Id liuek thelt private- iirefririii-e. (liivrrnor Thlim- rn K Dewry fihvlDii.sly nlmren with Tuft hy fur Hie htrdiiKr.-il pit" nuixirt, yet the f 'him n trifle lirl.-Jt. up-to-cliito nnd domlnrcrliiK. Kqunlly obviously, trie find I.H thcrvrore open for other candidate-': .''.enntur Arthur II. Vun- denhrrir. if he It; (ir Owvrrnor Knrl Wurren of Cnllfurtiln porhnpa. The Important thtiiK l.i Hint In rhorwlnf; their entry, thn party want no one who new to the- nnd to them. At the mime tlnir, Hie piirty rhlrfUUni thn jxmilliUltleti of thei Ktufn- hnwrr rnmlUlnry. They could neit do (itlirrwlir, ulin-n It ticking HWHY In tlielr mldat with cvrrr Imllmtlon of On the wlitilr, U in the political phenomenon urm lei recent American poll- tlrnl hhtorr. diirpiiMlnr In nt Irmt I tin rrml IfllO pntwll 'fitr Wlllttle. U lle- to he Detlrr tiiulnnitlKXl. In fint (ilner. o quiwr rhupter of neclrtenU (ho KUrnhowrr niiiilliljicy on entirely new fool Inf. Sonm tlmn it ninitll irruup of peroiK New Vorkrrs thn NnUonnl Druft Hi lenilern, HrhrftH. who hiu mid oihef lulerrxtii, run fnr CdnirreJKi In the im.il, tint even Sfhrftel In fitlrly new to poll- thr other nirnibem of the (trnup, Ilko Hrnnlor llntiry l.oftgf'n hrnltirr-lll-taw. Henry huvn nlinoMt no rxperlnnce whatever. To thU rroup Senntor Charlen nf Nrw IlKmpshlre, In thr ryrn of the pitrty nritunliH- tlon onn of the mimt ecoenlrlo Kepuhllmn polKlclaai, Nino turhrd hlmnelf. Eisenhower Available G.O.P. Nomination Kay Francis 49 Units to Make Up Carnival Seriously 111; parade Huge Crowd Expected Despite Cold Wave Manager Held 'Wild Party' Evidence Eyed In Mystery ColumbUM, Kay Fran In, the became Kcrlously 1 under Miy.'iUii'iwm clrciiinnUncRi mill her ntiiKr muniiKnr, How- rn Cinihiiin, :i7, wiirt bookiKl ill iillci) "for OH at (i.t'iault to Mlvi Friincl.s iind Qraham were err with the stiiKn Htute of the Union." Mljifl FrimclN wiis removed curly oduy from her hotel, thu DCKhlcr- Vulllck. to Whlto Cross lio.splLiil. Winona Winter Carnival Program Today 4 p. of out-of-town lit Hotel Wlnoim from St. ChnrlcH and RunhTorcl, and Qalcavlllc. White- hall, Arcadia and Alma, Wls. 0 p. or 24 Winona queen candidates at Hotel Winona. p. for Queens at Hotel Winona. 0 p. Ball at Red Men's wigwam. p. entry Winona and vlsltlnff queens at A llttln Inter. F.enntor Toboy urc- rnll.v proponett that the Draft enhowrr leiitfun enter Clenernl Kln- enhower'n mime In the New llninp- shirr prlimiry. nnd the olhers wisely he.sltuted, bcheftel win nlreiidy cnKiiKi-d In Kottlnff Kis- eiihower's name wlthdrnwn from the prlmnry In OrfKOti, which ho him now nureeedpd In
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