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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1948, Winona, Minnesota EATHER lonllht vllh FM IS COMING Do ran jour new radio can H Full Leaied Wire Newi Report of The Aitociated Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations VOLUME NO. 53 MINNESOTA. MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 19. 1948 FIVE CENTS PER COPY EIGHTEEN PAGES THE ALSOPS Stassen s Bandwagon A'rollin' fly WiMhtnitUm The mounurfl of Jfnrold Blict'nsit anil rtow riwlly bo ftlvpn. ftnimlor Itobcrt A Tnft tlropiwd rvprythlnK 1-hr wrnXnml to hurry t" Ohio, nncl try to Mnm thn drwlnd Btiiwmi lldn In his own stntr, Mcnnwhlln Oovnrnor Thtirtm.i K. Dowry, nlwnyn it rofilnr oprfiilor iiutdn u di'Hpnriiln but bflhlntl-ttin-wnnf.i powrr piny to linn up I'riiiiM.vvniilft, MietilKun untl Indlumi supimrt, mien nnd for nil, prior to the OrcKdii prliimry. Of thn two Governor Drwny'x wiwi by fur thn mom in tcrnatlnK, Kvnn If Hrimtor Tuft wivi'i hln bncon In Otilo, tin will Iwrclly KHln Ihn Itppubllrnn nomlnntlon, Hu blocXnd by Mninilnrly poor showing in votn Kfttnr In Nrb- fHKkii, nml thn rrurl vnrdlcl of thn opinion poll" Ihnt hn Is ulmosl thn only llvlnif Ilnpublloiin whom Presi- dent Trmimn run "till clpfnnt, On ttm ntlinr hwicl. If Clfivnrnor run on Mib.itiintlnl of thn rnnnsylviinln. Tntllnnu nnfl Mlchl (fun rtnlPKnlrx, thn Kiilti of Stl'nnKtl will nmkn him front runnnr uKMn >ln will thnn brromn thn mont Jormldubln cnrullclnlo In own right, tn this po.tltitin l.i markedly from Tuft's, Oommorco commission totlny id thn rnllroiicln- n Turthor tampornry rnlKht rnto Inorouso estlmutod to the public about u Commission officials flKurecl tho nvlno will nvoniKo ftbout live per coiH ubovn present Thn ICO lust October, fictlng on ,hn rullrond's plnn for a 30 per cent nn.iwpr to prlrrwry tlnfrnW hy Mlitwii. pvrn If NliiwiPi lilm In OfrKoti. Thtm fur kl Imut, hn linn n bpttpr HhowltiK (.him his rlvtila li thp opinion polls. Thus Ihn DBWPJ onn continue to nrifii that thflr mini Is t.hn rnM oholon of "tho Krnnt. rmipld AmrrlcM thp Intn ammipl Itlyllio dpsrrlbptt us nil. II will no doubt, by In or his npokpnfiinii, but I novfirthnlpM n fuel thnt durlriK the wppkpnil thn Dewpy fofcps In pffprt. put n pistol to thn hpuflft o Uin Imporinlit wnverprn In nnd tnOlnnn, ftfty InK to them In pffrct, "now o Tlin chlnf who uro to bppn npproiichc( Governor Jumps Duff of 1'enn- Upprpwntnllvn Ohhrln of Jfntllnrm nrirt Arlnu of MiolilKuri, imllonu eommlttppmnn. win forcnd to ndopt "now or nnvpf" tnrtlcn, OMP flftn ulirmldp only ImitiPdlivtp, irnprpiwilvo nn crptlon of flirptiKtn proven othpr from (itundnrcl >IP hh rtioriiltfl now, bo forp OrPKim, pitrlly bponuwi Duff. HftllooK Mid would bp nitiPh IPM Illtply to Join up nftPf n doftut In Orotton und purtly bpouusn tho timely rn inforcpmpnt will Klvn other Dowe dupportpro coiiritKo to with nnothpr revnfjt1. Thp of thp witvnrer unknown no yet, Ocrtnlnly Dow py'.i proponnl Is morp tpmptinK thnn It nupprflclnlly. powp piny could work. Ami tho wnvoror run wrttn their own llokpU n would bp prinintr. for pxnmplp. to woo Summer Tlplcl turn up HM chulrmnn of th llppubllrun nutlotml oommltloo 1 Upwpy In nnmlimtpcl Yet "Illl (lops not toll Wholho Duff, HiillroK nticl Pulnmnrflold, 0 uny of them, will tlprlclp to Ko ivlon wlili OPWP.V now. ttnllrck. IntPUCPl will be linrupered by In rpmnrkubly envrnorned row OVP the Clovprnor.ihlp which Is now pro occupying Ihc tndlonu Republicans As for Duff, whosp stiUp IB tho mos ho tins reppiUoelly fled his profert'ticp for ctPttntor Ar thur II, VundenberK M Itppubtlcnt nomlncp. Dewey Is to b Kpcond oholco, nut will ho nbnndo hope of VnndPiibcrt.' nncl ucoopt hi npfonrl cholreV And If do, cull h dpllvpr thp bulk of tho I'pniutylVftnl clnlPKntp-i, with Sonfitor Murtln nni the redoubthblp MPWI'K. I'PW niv Cirundy hnvlnu somptliliiK to fit on Ihn Kiibjert'.' for Huinniprflpld. It hlis (U reudy hoen rrcordrd In this npuc how he wn.i temptetl to Join th Dewy CMIIP some (Imp O thnt 'ornvslon, Botmtot1 Arthur 1 told him IIP WIMI on tlrely free to follow his ftinoy, IJll nfter ronsldorutlon, tho MIohlKU nntlonnl cominlUt'omnn pi'tiforrn the role of it drnft-Vnndonber Irnder, mid net up his dtiktn dele Kiitlnn with this purpcwn In mint Now the oiime choice hlr BKulii, tint with Infinitely Kreivto tie Is likely to txpprlonc rorislderubln iiifntiy nf tnlnd betor he innkm his (Incision. At HIP momiMil. therefore, no pven Clovrrnnc Dewi'.v fun le whether his plitv will One poitrliisiun It oiivliiim. hownvp The Dcwey uud Tikfl ui nlrendv inure eiifceblcd I linn the lilipear If dllWiU'll lillil'K roiiMimi's throiiKli thp next, prlifi iii'les, very urent numbi'i1 of Ui M. herdlMK dele with Ihc (lecvl.ili ferocity t oollle doK.i. ul'e KOlllK to b needed to stop thn Mliiliesolu OX (jovornor nt 1'tillndelphlu. Mnjor Qunko Felt in Dutch Now Guinea Hvilncr A rniijor piil'lh fiuiike, believed to hHVe ootuirred I Utltch New CtUliiPit, WON reKlstere nt (Me Itlvervlow observntory hoi' Imt nlKht niul todii.v. A spokeiiiniin ut the olwprvnfor mild the quiiko lusted mol'o thu three hours, pHtltlliileil the oocurfo in uorihwedlorn Wow Clulnou. De Gasperi Leading Two to One Lewis Guilty of Criminal Contempt Rails Granted New Freight Rate Hike Tho Intorntnto advance in freight rates, authorized tv temporary ten per cent Increase to meet higher operating costs. Still another ten per cont tempor- ary Increase was granted In Jnnunry. Tho additional ral.so announced to- day will bo effective until tho com- mission pauses finally on tho plcn for permanent upward adjustments. Tho now Increase may be applied upon ton dnys notice to the public. Fight For Costa Rican Capital Under Way Negroes Launch Protest Against Army Jim Crow MV- Grant Reynolds, t NoKfo, told Congress today n nn- llon-wltlo oumpnlKn of olvll obodlonco boon storied In pro- test nfcnlnst dogroKntlon of races within tho armed Mirvloos. itpynoldn losliflrd bMoro ihu Houno cornmlltoo as nallon- chulrmiui of tho "Oommllleo tKnlniil Jim Crow In Mllllnry Surv- Icn nnd The oommlltdo IK otwldflrliiK 11 mllltnry draft bill, Jin irtiowod the commllleo a card ho will not bo drnfUid for 'j'lm Crow jnlliury Kovnoldn niUrt.lhlit In the first nuch cnrd'to bo They will bo clr- ciiltitwl nullonully. ho UinUflod, nnd othorn of nil rncon will bo urged to nlKn Ihnm, lifsidoM the Hoynolds said, orgiinlvihtlon htui plncod nn order fur 100.000 butlonit wllh thn Inscrip- tion "Don't Join iv Jim Crow Atomic Weapon Test Held nt Eniwetok WMhlnKton A of "an ntomlo weapon" hus boon hold nt tho proving grounds on Knlwotok Htoll In tho Mnrithnll Ulnnds, the Atomic Knoney nnnouno- od todny. This la ttw first nuoh tout nnnounc- od Mlnoo Ihwio hold nl Bikini, nl.io in tho rnoific, in 1040. Tho commission snld thnt for so- ourlty ronnons tho dnto tho tost was livid not being nnnounced. 'Hail Minnesota' Writer foiulnn, Minn. WV- Truman Klwcll liloknrd, 00, who wrote tho rmidlo for "Hull Mlnnoaou" nnd tho Unlvpritlty of Mlnnowtn fight itKt, dlrcl Simtlny nt hln home here, Itichard wrote mimic us n hobby. "Hull Minnesota" WBH written ns pun of tho senior class play for CnrtiiRO. Cmtn Illcn. WD A biitllo for San Jose, Costa Rlcixn 15 mllc.s west of hero, was reported In progress last night In thn city's streets. The word rotiched hero through tho linos from a reliable source. Joso Flguores, lender of tho rebel of has chosen Cni'laga ns tho capital for hla "se- cond FlKiicros supported publisher Ot- Illo Ululu Uluncho in tho pvc- nlclcntliil election. Tho civil war started March 12 after congress nn- nullocl Ulato's election on grounds. of fraud. (FlKiiuron told the A.i.'ioclntocl itw In Now York by telephone yciilordiiy that Rovnrniniint mipport- ihn aophor of Ho wim born In Mlnnonpolls In 1082 nnd wait tho of the president of tho Minnesota School of Business lit Mlnnoupolla. limullnnclrr Cluy Lombardo broke a upondbOHt record time rvgo lirimkliiK jipoodbont rooords should mako It much ouslor for any to piny the swoctosi inuitlo aide of heuvon bocnuso he's protty close fusi, Going thnt Thnt'ii ronlly nn odd thing Lombardo Ing u clan who prcfors ubout bc- spoodboat munl- liquids, to othor Oily really oonfUMid when that, rnao utarlricl Whnn hn hoard _ timi "putt, hn didn't know wliiiihfr It was ino motor or I'nirlllo oollcicttng duct. KviMi In ihn Hpt'mllxwl Cluy dUln'l. fornt't inuslclnnshlp. Tim mnrti-r tlldu'l. drop Hug I" umml way, innumd, ho wnvucl a baton And Iho baaknru was npoi-lnlly ctmipoiHxl by Irving I'M fact, Cluy'ii nuwlcnt Instinct was so slroilK It ulmost ruined tho opetxl Kvnry timn u fish flow out or thn wutor, hu'd slow down to piny Its dcalim. During rnco llm motor oront- t-d n tnrrino ronr Lombardo couldn't ntnnd It. lint ho used hli baudmiin's knowlodgo to mako tiulPlor. Hu hung n derby ovrr tho nxhiiust pipe. I Irurnod Iho rnvl secret of that rpcord-brnnklnK run. It wnnn'6 bout dimlgii nor u powurful motor. Lom- bnrdo Just hnd follow at tho stiirtlng lino sing "Kongo, Bongo nnd I MI mnrtn nil the tipued nway from him, urs wore unnblo to ngrco. Ho mimed these as tho oommuuInU nncl tho groups honclocl by Prosldont Plcudo una. Hutnol CnUloron Guardla, UKvto's oponont In -the recent elections. (CommunlHta a'o fortifying Snn JO.HO bulldliiKs ho said, ixncl taking Sentence To Be Given Tomorrow Prison Term for Mine Chief Hinted by Goldsborough Washington Justice T. Alan Goldsborough todny held John L, Lewis guilty of criminal con- tempt for not sending tho striking coal minors back to the pits when ordered by the court. The Judge announced he will pro- nounce sentence tomorrow. Ho is the same Judgo who fined Lewis nnd the United Mine Workers for disregarding 11 court slop-strike order in 1040. Tho supremo court cut the union's fine to but left Lewis' stand, ColdsborouRli, before adjourning court, hinted that he Is nt least considering a Jail term for Lewis tills tlmo, He said he did not think, because of tho seriousness of the case, that It could' bo decided on the basis of "expediency." When ho fined Lewis In December, In the other case, tho said he had to consider the "expedi- ency" involved and was giving o fine instead of a Jail sentence. So his talk of not regarding "expediency" this tlmo suggested iitronRly that aoldsboi'OURh, Is thinking of n Jail term, for the miners' chieftain. OoklsboroiiKh asked the govern- ment to bring In recommendations for punishment nt a. m. to- morrow. TJ. S, Watches Government officials arc watch- ing to sec what effect It may have loatllng citizens there ns hostages. ]ori COIXi mining. Only about two- No direct word crime from San Jose; thlrcls of tno miners have yet gone buck to work. Many have said they were walling tho outcome of Lewis' contempt trail. Lowls sat with a half sneer on his lips ax Ooldsborough talked extemporaneously about his ruling. When court adjourned, Lowls wnvutl anldo reporters. Ho walked silently out with his lawyers. Presumably, tho union will carry tho case to the supremo court as It did tho ID4fi one. aoklsborough granted ft request by the Justice department that n. hearing be held Wednesday at 0 a. m. on the governments request for a temporary injunction under the Tatt-Hartley law. Tho present lloslf, which lit under censorship.) De Gaulle Calls For New Election Kntnno Clonornl Ohnrlon de Onulla sivys ft Uon, hold would plftco him at the hnatl of u strong Kovurnmcnt ablo to faco up to Russia, Ho repeated hln domund for such an election yesterday in from u in Mfirsolllo harbor to a. clocksldo o.Uimnled nt over 100.000. Ho heads the B'Khtlst Rally of the Trench People
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