Winona Republican Herald, April 5, 1948

Winona Republican Herald

April 05, 1948

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Issue date: Monday, April 5, 1948

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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1948, Winona, Minnesota W EATHER tonight. FM Full Leaied Wire Ncwi Report of The Associated Prew Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations VOLUME 48, NO. 41 WINONA. MINNESOTA MONDAY EVENING. APRIL 5. 1946 FIVE CENTS PER COPY IS COMING mire TOUT new radio can reoein Ik SIXTEEN PAGES THE ALSOPS 15 Die in British-Russ Air Crash Loss of Berlin Will Spike ERP H.T Jmwph Htrwitrl Al.iop WMhlnjrton Thn farts behind the Jirrlln business nro simple rnoiurh. A Hovlet rfforl lo expel Ihc western Allies from Berlin WHS fnre- ven us long ago us last November, when Orneral Lucius D. Cliiy told one of these em-respondents tic "wnuld only leave the city on a stretcher." After the breakdown of the London conference on Germany In December. General Clay's un- yielding policy was approved on the hlshesl level, by Hecretury of Ulato Mflr.ihnll, Thn ballon Was rather to go Hi. In llel'llll at that time. Instead, there wns an Interval of Soviet hesitation and compara- tive amiability. And tho ballon has gone up now. The "nnw" U what matters. Thr drive for Herlln must be ncen In con- junction with the rape of (uOnviikln. thn drive fur T'lnland, the pressure. MrundlMiivlii und the struggle, for Italy. Ginning ati ttiu ellnmctlc moment In the Krund i rout fit for Ktirupp, Itic Movlel drlVf lifi'hn holds (.tit wiiiii' threat of liniiilnt-nt war. That Is a fact which beliiK soberly fueed by Ihn Am- rrican policy makers, and should br soberly faced by tho American public. TIIK ItKANONM given for this horrifying ii.wivunent of Itm slum- tlr.n ure rssentliilly simple. The Soviets may be Muffing, but thny rmve cr-mmitted themselves no deep- ly thut It will lie dlffleult for them ti, t.urk down. Wtieii Ofiinrii! Cliiy rrrnurked thut he would not abandon Uerlln except If carried out. ho certainly not bluffing. Tho Unl- Slnte-i und llrltaln hiivn no real Krupp Combine Cleared on 2 Counts Jubilant Carl Lauer Turns First Spadeful of Dirt For New Home nlternntlvn exrept lo cull the tlovlel bluff. For If they lire weuk In the Jure of Hnvlet bullying, every other doubtful slliiutlfin In Jllurcipn will turn sour overnight. The rinim. deprived of hope of would hnrdly bo ublo to maintain their iiuporb courage. Tho seeing thn leaders of the west humiliated In Ilcrlln and Klnlund Rfilrig over like a nlno- pln. would also lose heitrt. And in Itnly, tho current polltlcul trend would bo reversed by tho dramatic demonstration of Iho So- viet power. In short, thu prewnt chdlce In between Tallinn Iho Soviet bluff, whlc'h rneims it jwwilbln rink of nhootliiK nnw; or yielding to tlie Movletii which mentm probably creittlng R sltuutlcn tlmt In certain to lend to war liuci', I'or If Italy Mono absorbed In tho Soviet tho picture will bo com- parable to that In 1B3B, after Mu- nich. Then there will ultimately be no choice except tho appoiisern choice, which between fighting und surrendering. TIMS PANG Kit" of 'politic'11 chllln rriwtlon. which Is Inherent In tho Iirrlln Rituntlon, should now bo fam- lllnr. It was first wen In the Greek- Turkish crisis. It has recurred at intervals since, And It nrono In a vloleui. form when vtikm fell. The piittrm of the present crisis Is. in fact, oddly similar to the Czechoslovakia crisis pattern which led to tho rrcsldenffi emergency mrwuKe to Congrewi, Most official and a few nonofflcliil observers among them these foreseen what would happun in Citeehtisliivakla. Just as the Hnvlet drlvr for Herlln was ulno fonween. Neverthelew. when expectation br- citme reality, a Khiwitly electric went thrcnich Kurope, Here naked Suvlet awn-sslon. From the forelcn offices of al- most every free Kuropenti nation. the (uimn poured Into WinhlriKlem. Was American pulley just tnlk and dollars? If Marshall hud hud to reiilv to these that our policv was jusr talk und dollars, the weak und undefended western Kuropoan nullomi would havii had one ccurse "pen to them. onlv They rmilcl not re.Msl Union alone and unaided. thn Bovlet Sorgoant Curl W. Lauor. paralyzed Directors Still Face 2 Charges Ruling Termed by U. S. Prosecutor Nuernberg, Germany Al- St. Paul Holdup Suspect Dead in Crash at Caledonia Caledonia, 10-year-old St. Paul hold-up suspect was killed in a spectacular crash near here Sunday as he ned from the scene of the crime in a stolen car. The youth, on parole from the St. Cloud reformatory, rolled fried Krupp von Bohlen und Hal- tjje car over nGar the bottom of Sqhauble hill, spilling him onto bach and 11 other directors of the hlehwav 44 He slid about 120 feet, crushing his skull and tearing mt Hone nnwh'nn WPI'P Two Planes Collide Over Berlin Field Accident Seen Certain to Renew Tension in City BULLETIN Berlin (7P) The office

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