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   Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1948, Winona, Minnesota                              w EATHER tanlfht and Saturday lomewhmt VOLUME 127 Foil Leased Wire Report of The Associated Press FRIDAY JULY 1948 Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations FIVE CENTS PER COPY SIXTEEN PAGES THE ALSOPS as Put JewsGet 3 Days to Halt War President On the Spot By Joseph and Stewart AJsop he were a differ ent sort of one would suspect Justice William Douglas of hav ing purposely taken his revenge on the man who denied him the oppor tunity of becoming Franklin Roosevelts heir four years That is the at any of what happened here this Too few people now remember I woa Jtiuiiaeu mat president Roosevelts choices about noon today by the steel un f or the vicepresidency in 1944 were I ions Illman wage policy commit Big C Agree On 13 Cent Wage Boost Steel I The over which Corporation and the and Steelworker President Steelworkers today agreed to a pay Increase averaging 13 cents hourly and the firm announced it has no alternative but to raise prices to meet resultant higher labor The raise ranged between 9 and 25 spread over more a score of various Job classifications with the average hike 13 cents hour It will affect about pro duction workers employed by Steel and Its five Steelworkers now average about 55 The hourly Increase was ratified Philip Murray hailed the new agreement as A great victory for the United Steelworkers of A statement from Benjamin Pair president of the Steel said The steel producing subsidiaries of Steel will soon announce increases In their prices for various steel products at their William Douglas first and Harry Truman At that the northern Kelly of Ed Flynn of New Frank Hague of New Jersey and David Lawrence of Pennsylva as a safer organization They were Joined In this by Robert then chairman of the national The Douglas Junta was managed by mainly Thomas Cor and Harold The ail Ing Roosevelt did not actually Insist on And the professionals simply rolled over the amateurs and nominated ping following completion of the cost study now being These forthcoming price increases are due solely to the fact that steel srices have not kept pace with ris ing NOW THESE same plus tried to get Douglas to take another vicepresidential nom Douglas wanted it very much in He did not want it this But he took just enough time making up his mind to place the President in a fairly humiliat ing and to disclose publicly the bankruptcy of the Democratic All this adds up to one of historys neatest little If you like to look at It that There is more to it than What has In the first permanently removes the most promising of all the progressive from ac tive political His friends still think his chano will be In But In sober his last chance was as the story of behindthe May Use Special Session to Probe Some Activities of Democrats Washington Republicans whetted their legislative knives today to chop down any political crops which may sprout from President Trumans Turnip day recall of the 80th Red Air Drills Over Corridor Strain Ties End of Diplomacy Hinted in Soviet Rejection of Notes Russians warn or shiped the Americans and British today that Soviet fighter planes will b training in air corridors down which the western allies are bringing sup plies to blockaded The planes will operate from Rus sian airfields at Dalgow and Brandenburg west and j west of Berlin from 1 to operations officers said they were The Russians have been posting such notices more regularly as the American and British air forces stepped up their air Both American and British offic ers described the increasing Russian air activity in the corridors as ap Vigorously they assailed Trumans summons to return parent harassing tactics Intended to make things awkward for They emphasized that the Rus HUCJT Moancu s summons to return sian action was not July 26 as cheap politics but tbey also dropped broad hints oration of lift 8 scenes maneuvering plainly Indl It was at least three months ago that the northern leaders held a meeting in New York under Ed Flynns shrewd and decid ed that Trumans runningmate had to be They sent Douglas a message to this effect at the Su preme through the then exec utive secretary of the national com Gael At that the ablest of the Presidents advis Clark also came to the same conclusion as the northern But the President did not make up his own mind until the eve of the last Friday eve when he telephoned Douglas Southerners Ready for Own Conclave By Rex Thomas Angry southern Democrats went ahead to day with plans to put up their own ticket in the November but one of thenleaders said frankly they have no chance of were not so pess They counted on that If there Is any vote harvest to be gathered in the special session it will not be a oneparty One member of the House Repub lican steering who re fused to allow use of his sug gested that lawmakers may open some investigations of the Democratic Just what might be Investigated he did not But he told report ers one or two good Investigations could provide a lot of campaign ammunition for the Bepublican 2 Conrses Only two courses of action have any hope of breaking the Soviet blockade which is strangling Berlin and bringing Europe closer to war than at any time since The first use of western military forces to crash the eaderit Trunian called for a spe jcial session of Congress on the Robert holds her tenmonthold blind daughter Karen as they arrive at Orly by plane from America on their Journey to the Shrine of Lourdes in search of a miraculous With them is the Francis Mary Ann McMahon right five is earned from the same plane by her She too is en to the shrine in search of a cure for her crippled Wirephoto to The RepublicanHerald Desperation Act Judd Says of Special Session Washington Representa ve Judd said today The second is retaliatory action basls nothing to hope by the west in other parts of thejfor a world which would make It tool It fl Judd told a re costly for the Soviet union to con tinue its Berlin This Is the common belief of the southern bloc of 127 electoral votes behind a Dixie candidate for presi A conference of states rights Democrats meets here tomorrow to nominate candidates for president and vicepresident In opposition to the TrumanBarkley Mississippis Governor Fielding Wright termed the conference the beginning of our electoral fight to save the Nomination of President Truman and adoption of yesterday for the return of what h has called about the worst Con gress in Acting just r hours after winning the Democrat nomination in a NorthSouth splintered the Presiden said an extraordinary occasion re quires the special Deivey Silent On Call He told the convention he wants Congress to act on nine major prob lems education civil minimum wage i social public power and displaced In the President July 26 Is Turnip day the best day to sow seed for a good But It was clear that in calling his civil rights platform make it back Republican lawmakers on that Imperative that the South take ac he date to make good on their plat form promises it was a Democratic It was another vote harvest Truman had in Wright no relation to the gov who threw cold water on the Souths hopes of sending a arrive here after walking out of the national said thsre is no chance of electing a south i t J in the Northwest and pressed the states Tighter to the place on him with flattering WTiEhtthe first ALREADY knowing what was probably had long decided to He unfortunately let the President persuade him to think it In the following 48 every kind of pressure was put on him to The first ar gument was that he would put vigor into the campaign and prevent a Republican Argument number the intended was best expressed by Frank who cogently remarked that if the fellow wants to be nows his Douglas will put every Democratic leader in the country in his debt If he takes the vicepresi White Hope to Defeat Truman The main purpose of the confer he Is to defeat Tru man and get control of the party back hi the hands of the regular The Philadelphia convention was dominated by the big city ma chines who have taken temporary control of the said the Jack attorney who is vice chairman of the recently formed states rights Governor Thomas Dewey was silent on the special session From all sections of the country Senate and House members sounded a mounting chorus of opj position to the special T resuming the lawrnakln chores which they considered fin Ished June 20 will mean simply aalt to their But to mor t will mean a halt in campaigns for November Even some Democrats mostly southerners showed displeasure A meanwhile a group he the November elections will that control western allies and the Germans have seen the Russian action at first hand for three They believe further that the Soviet Union has killed international dip lomacy in the accepted Soviet rejection of the western powers notes surprised none No one dealing with the Russians In Berlin in the past three years has any hope that any note or protest would have any effect on Soviet Failing to achieve what she want ed in Germany at the conference Russia has abandoned media tion for direct pressure of a man striking wildly in It is a case of throw ing passes in the last quarter when you are three touchdowns The Minnesotan said if Presiden Truman insists on taking the grav issues before the country off a high weRepublicans mus mercilessly hammer away at the record and the The fact is that most of the legislation which Truman charged the present Republican Congress with falling to did not win approval In the 14 years in which the Democratic party con this very Congress spent months of its time on foreign policy and foreign aid measures in an at nf tempt to rescue from jeopardy the western allies administrations very inept handling Italian Riots Strike Falls Flat Rome Fresh disorders erupted in Italy today as a communistled general strike sputtered to a The communists called off the strike after Premier Alcide De Gasperis government said it would use force to break the The official end of the walkout came amid scenes of wild tumult in the Chamber of Deputies where Christian Democrats and communists engaged to fist n Berlin are being held as pawns iy Russia to achieve her aims in of rebel southern mapped plans to party members hamstring Mr Trumans election chances by leav ing their state electors unpledged Headed by the states rights dele gates from Alabama and Mississippi i Liiai controj dency and he can have whataway from the big city machines ever he wants four years from i Asked if that was meant to be a As everyone these argruforecast of defeat for the ments did not Douglas teleMisslssippian replied his refusal to the The who had expected another was both bitterly who arrived here by plane late yesterday direct from Is expected to preside at the opening of tomorrows meet Ben Laney of Arkan chairman of the who walked out of the Philadelphia the Birmingham group hopes to unite the 11 Dixie states in an antiTruman bloc in the elec toral Not Best for Party But Senator Russell who received 263 votes for the presi dential nomination from the anti Truman delegates at said he does not consider the Bir disappointed and very The same emotions were and are felt by the chief leaders of the ocratic organizations That is whvstates rtSnk otherlminslmm meeting the best any future talk of getting Douglas istates Shters still held out hope the off the court and into politics aroin musterillE enough electoral votes Senator Howard McGrath 1s almost certain to be empty spec throw lbe election into the IJ meanwhile told national It is extremelv unfortunate i2LRepreseilteti7es by keePta8 both leaders in Philadelphia that that the Democratic progressive Tnunan Republican nominee caii ieeP the team togeth should thus be deprived of a leading E but the miict from getting a d Gets but the fact must be AT THE what has Finlan happened should not wholly cast down the progressive The point to note is that if FPP I the chieftains of the northern orj L er he is confident they can elect were the this principal Douglas men Economic Cooperation Administra tor Paul Truman and his running mate Senator Alben Barkley of Ken The special session call got a bopsi from Henry the third party presidential He said in a statement Issued in New York The new party welcomes the call or a special session of was announced today by Wnen Congress meets it will give Eight more loans totaling more We snaU see than now are under ne10 the country a preview of what bi partisan campaign promises the What this means is very simple and very These same organization leaders have now votes but a terly abandoned the old theory ofl He made the announcement atpasslng no bms the big aty that any hack the first meeting of the public boardiaid ae was a good enough so j named by President Truman to ad long as he was Being disjvise on the European recovery pro tinrtlp nsfiTftA VIOTA J party trying other so as to the same time might really Air Bases n England Being Reopened By Drew Pearson Washington Because of the tense Berlin what amounts to revival of wartime American air bases will be set up in England almost immedi Late this week two groups of B29s of about 30 planes are flying the Atlantic to re establish active American bases in They will be under the command of General Curtis who also commanded the wartime operation of B29s from the midPacific against ILe May is considered the most experienced combat commander in the Air Air Force while withholding admitted that the two groups of B29s operating from England will take no part in ferrying food to Their function will be to It has been an open secret for some time that in case of a showdown with Am erican air bases would be set np in In this discussed with the British government through diplomatic channels some months and it was agreed that England would make bases available to the United States in case of European Sending the two groups of B29s is interpreted as tie first step to establish bases which could be used in case the United States had to with draw other air bases from Ger man of foreign Naval Reserve Changes Slated There was repeated in mini ature the strikebred disorders which had swept the country for 36 At least 13 persons were killed and more than 100 Injured in the communistsparked before the hour set by the commu nistled General Confederation of Labor CGIL for the end of the the strike virtually had A backtowork movement began ate The CGIL knuckled Blaze Ruins Appleton 8 Planes today was set at in a fire whic destroyed the municipal hangar an Ight private planes here late yes fire said th of undetermined en gulfed the structure before firemen ment stood firm against this most th edge of has no water sup erious challenge yet to its authorply and the fed by fuel from the ships gasoline burnec day for the first time since June authorized permanent ap pointments for officers in the Navy effective August About i officers in the reserve wlllnoon In the last hours of the strike 16 iersons were three seri in a gun battle in Bologna olice used guns on strikers after iiey were fired on from the win The Navy toows of the cnamber iabor office Disorders also occurred in Milan and Palermo as diehards strove to the walkout right up to the Authorities regained control of one of the major trouble Police and troops moved vigor ously in putting down ar resting strikers who resisted in line with the get be The result will be to place the permanent rank structure of the reserve on a basis paralleling that of the regular This stabiliza tion will permit reserve officers to become eligible for future policy outlined by Interior tlons at the same time as their Minister Mario Scelba and De Gas regular Navy Pen It is for that The strike followed an attempt about reserve ensigns win betwo days ago on the life of Com come eligible for promotion to lieuImunlst Leader Palmiro for an he re The hangar and val ued at had been leased about a year ago by Arthur Holder Becker and Perry Hendrickson from the They conducted a flight school and flying The planes were valued at a similar the two Weather tenant junior grade this Reserve officers will be perman ently appointed to the highest exclusive of restricted spot in which they serve satisfactorily on active duty under temporary and in which their regular Navy contem poraries are now Reserve officers who were demo bilized prior to the issuance of which would have tem porarily promoted them to a higher will now be permanently ap pointed to that higher This action conforms to the Navys pol icy of not permitting demobiliza tion to act as a promotion penalty against reserve 2 Shot As Group Warns Negro to Leave Town Sheriffs deputies prowled nearby hills today hunting two Negroes wanted in the rifle wounding of two white The whites were shot when bul lets whizzed into a group of ten who called at a Negros home Wednes day night to order him out of town for running around with a white Togliattis physicians said he passed an agitated and his condition had grown He had a maximum temperature of 102 during the night and his pulse was The bulletin on his condition said bronchopneumonial congestion developed at the base of trie Scientists See No Hope for World Atomic Control London The Council ofBemidJI 60 the Atomic Scientists announced tonight that it has given Denver up hope of international control iie atom while the cold war con tinues between Russia and the The organized in ear FEDERAL FORECASTS Winona and vicinity Generally air tonight and Some what cooler lowest High Saturday LOCAL WEATHEK Official observations for the 24 hours ending at 12 today 85 64 85 none sun sets tonight at sun rises to morrow at Wisconsin and perature average ranging from 3 below normal northeastern Minne sota and northern Wisconsin to near normal Normal maxi mum 81 north 90 normal minimum 57 north 65 Normal Saturday turning cooler northern sections Sunday and all sections Precipitation spotty oc curing as scattered thundershowers at infrequent TEMPfciUTrRES ELSEWHERE Prec Moines 83 68 Falls ly has Britains top nuclear J05 including Professor among its The councils views were set forth in a statement issued Kansas City 88 81 Paul 77 Orleans 92 tlnctly they have learned lesson that effective leadership and Eleven members of the board were progressive thinking are now needed sworn One member will have to to appeal to the voters in theirtake the oath later He is Lv wards and In secretary of the Railway Labor realize that safe men are no who iTat No one was ready to predict howif long the special session might TrackSIeeper Fined member will have tojon Drunkeness Charge safe This in turn protending the World Transport con vides a foundation on which to build gress in Norway a genuinely progressive Democratic The ECA refused to name party with a sound organisational1 Such a party of the fu ture will no longer be regarded by Yalmer tracks Blazing B29 Crashes In Kansas Nine Perish Nine crewrquite awhile before it finally crash OTrthAW i J members were killed yesterday in the flaming crash of a B29 The returning from a trainj ed into a wheat field and burst into Another William Embar Bulletins w him S850 thln crashed as it was prejtunek of Knn said or the as i to has paring to land at the Smoky Hill also saw smoke pouring from the hour Engineer air base One crewman was planes right wing before the in the Three others A short circuit in its electrical by bailing out at an altitudesystem was blamed today for the of him and The bomber had participated with Colonel Leslie G Mulzer second time lAnn lloan of theicourt where he wa I drunkenness and squardron at Smoky City lout in the rear section of the Sups uu witnessed the crash said I fort as it was maidng its fiaal run It was afire and smoking forto land at the base late Judge Waties Waring today granted an icjtincton which forces the Sooth Carolina Dem ocratic party to enroll Negroes and grant them fall participa tion in party OI in Johnston said today he wfll seek to have Con gress quit as soon as it convenes July 26 in response to a call from Presdent Johnston s a leader of the sonthern Demo crats rebellion against Ira nians QTfl rights Junction persons were killed today when a converted Army training plane crashed in woodlands near Junc tion City and New gi Seattle 81 Phoenix US Winnipeg 73 56 69 55 63 56 56 71 58 82 61 74 65 58 80 55 United Nations To Back Order With Force Israeli Air Force Bombards Egyptian Capital First Time Lake Success The security council last night ordered the war In Palestine It was the strongest decision in United Nations The 11natlon council gave the Jews and Arabs three days to cease firing and committed itself to bade I up the decision with The delegates also ordered an uncondi tional ceasefire in ef fective by The Holy City is to be The final vote came on an Amer ican resolution after three days of The ballot was 7 to 1 with only Syria In the Soviet Ukraine and Argentina The seven affirmative enough to approve United Bri tain and The Israeli high command an nounced in Tel Aviv Its planes at tacked Egypt for the second and dropped seven tons of bombs today on Tell El Arish airfield near the Palestine The announce ment said the raid caused heavy New Attack At the same it announced a new Egyptian air attack on the Tel Aviv area The Jews truck from the air at Cairo last night in the first attack on the Egyptians capital of the Palestine Details of the which ollowed an Egyptian air raid on Tel were not Marked a British break with the Arab world but during the closing hours of debate Sir Alexander adogan sought to soften the blow iy explaining carefully that his overament was not Indorsing any uggestion that the Arabs are the he Britain nsists that truce go on to enabla Count Folke Bernadotte to continue ArabJewish Israel is expected to comply trim the Arab delegates have told the council they could see no chance of the Arab countries Under the council order failure of either side to comply within three days automatically demon strates a breach of world The council then is committed to immediately consider invoking Its most potent weapons under the eco nomic sanctions and international and air Menace Shops Moslem brotherhood demonstrat jrs menaced Jewish shops In Cairo n an angry protest today against he attack on the capital The crowd of gathered in front of he AlAzhar mosque and attempt to march down Al Azhar street the commercial Police barged with clubs and dispersed he Haifa dispatches said Jewish rround forces were advancing on azarcth and had encircled the town hich is being used as a base by awz Pasha Al leader of Arab The dispatches said Israelis cap tured the village of three miles west of Many of Naz areths Arab population were re ported fleeing toward Lebanon and A Haifa dispatch said Israeli forces smashed Arab resistance at four miles south of and eliminated the last threat to their supply Highway between Haifa and Tel In western Galilee heavy fight ing was reported by a Lebanese communique issued in The bulletin said the battle for Shajra colony In the area north of Nazareth entered its final with Lebanese troops retaining the DAILY BTVER BULLETIN Flood Stage Stage Today Change Red Wing 14 22 Lake City Seads 12 Dam Dam i Dam Winona 13 01 Dam 92 Dakota 01 Dam La Crosse 12 jOi Tributary streams Chippewa at 13 Zumbro at Buffalo above Trempealeau at Dodge 00 Black at 01 Black at 23 Crosse at Salem Hoot at 57 KJVEK FORECAST From Hastings to Gnttenberg During the next 48 the Mississippi will remain practically stationary throughout the village after throwing back violent Jewish attacks in which the colony changed hands three Rites Set for Monday Washington A vast military funeral procession is planned for General of the Armies John Tentative plans call for an T es cort of thousands of Infantry and armored Cavalry Navy blue Marines and Air Force per In there is to be a farewefl salute by Air Force planes over the grave of the 87yearold war who died early yesterday at Walter Reed hospital after ten years of steadily faffing President Truman and the full cabinet are expected to attend the graveside ceremonies on Monday in Arlington national With them will be the generals and ad mirals who compose toe cations military high Included among the crack Army troops from Washington end posts In this area will be the ceremonial unit from nearby Fort and 250 men from the Third Mech anized Cavalry at Fort At Fort the com mander of Carswfill Air Force base alerted a Negro staff sergeant of whom Pershing once said I want no one but Charley Wycoff to taps lac   

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