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   Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1948, Winona, Minnesota                              w EATHER tanlfht Wednesday mat Full Leased Wire News Report of The Associated Press Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations VOLUME 130 TUESDAY JULY 1948 FIVE CENTS PER COPY FOURTEEN PAGES Clay Called Home to Report on Crisis THE ALSOPS ongress Call May Be Timely By Joseph and Stewart Alsop the Presidents decision to call the Republican Con gress back to hold their feet In the there Is only one really safe prediction of what Washington will be like during the coming Washington will be and by no means only in the atmospheric sense of that The hot rage of the Republicans at Trumans special ses sion call is giving a good many Dem ocrats a deal of malicious Even some of the wiser Demo cratic heads are already beginning to doubt that in three months or so the President will feel like con gratulating himself on the decision he has Just As one of them put it In a Draft Registrations Start August Housing Critical Condition O Tjikc Hitv Amendment one way or the both fighters are apt to get President Truman is no doubt capable of giv ing the Republicans In Congress a bloody by loudly contrasting their promises to Philadelphia with their forthcoming performance on Capitol But it will be sur prising if the Republican Congress ional who are by no means stupid do not succeed in ad ministering a number of telling blows somewhere near the Presi dents political solar The fact is that In a battle between Con gress and the the re sults are apt to be about equally un happy for unless the President is a man of such stature as not the warmest of his admires claim for Harry THUS THE REAL beneficiaries of the savage battle which Is about Assembly Action on Rennebohm Request Expected Today The Wiscon sin senate by unanimous vote passed and sent to the assembly today a driven by Stanley resolution calling for a constitutionwlng al amendment to permit the state to I Mrs Age to Signed First Date for Beginning Actual Inductions Still Not Named Tru the highway of j man today issued a proclamation calling for the draft registration to Lake JFred 60yearold farm is in critical condition at the Lake City hospital after being knocked down on highway 61 four miles north of Her right leg has been amputated and her right arm may have to be since It is crushed fromj the elbow She was struck about is not being Dankers had just stepped On that persons born In 1822 provide money for veterans housjaway llom a Parked truckwhen August 30 will i Nlo c VHt 1 Iwas The resolution authorizes the state to provide for the im provement of contraction of housj This is the same form in which i it was Introduced at request of Gov1 ernor Kennebohm at opening of the special session j It now goes to the which la r I fit is expected to act on It If W JU1U1C 1 1UI Two Seized at La Crosse in approved by that house it must be Two who con he senate had beaten down I several amendments that would have broadened scope of loans or grants the state could resolution want ed a measure state to provide funds for general housing with veterans given prefer ence for nabbed while a plane waited at the airport to take them to Quick action by Winona police had off their getaway how Winona police got the from the Linda Chesbro The proclamation also fixes the j following dates for the registration of other youths between the ages of and 26 j Persons born in the year 1923 August 31 and September Persons born In 1924 Septem ber Z and September Persons born in the year 1925 September 4 or September Persons born In the year 1926 September Persons born in the year 1927 September 101L Persons born in the year 1928 September Persons born in the year 1929 September Persons born in 1930 before September 19 September 17 Boys born on or after September Council President Opposes 8Mill School Building Levy In pushing the original resolution Soinetime yesterday the two under the will Republican majority lead ers Insisted that passage in any identified by police as Robert Contilbe registered on the day they are 18 and George up to heryears old or within five days there other form would be illegal because Jf Crosse a car It would not be consistent with had governors official call for the spe cial Wisconsin legislators entered the there once before with a car They explained that this second car was owned by a who second day of a special session today iwas havta family needed with the money but didnt wan to be fought In Washingtons humid heat are likely to be those who are not directly Involved In the These Include those Democratic jxUticians who are trying to beat the Republicans in local Such local leaders as New Yorks Mayor William ODwyer and Chica gos Colonel Jacob Arvey are de lighted with the special session This Is perfectly So Is the towering rage of such men as Colonel Robert McCormleks fairhaired Illinois Republican Senator Wayland The case of Senator Brooks is Il His Senate seat is be Continned on Pape Column ALSOPS judiciary committee that they accept deal wltn a woman buyer They drove to She liked the 1939 and decided to buy it for the which she had in her the governors plan for veterans After a twohour hearing of the committee reliable unofficial sources reported it had Arriving they parked on La The Presidents proclamation call Warning Hell Vote Against Budget Draws Applause By Adolph Bremer Adding another voice in oppcsi ion to the board of the president of the city council said Monday night that he will vote against the boards budget on the trength of the eightmill building und levy And if applause is a eight other councilmeri will castj Neighbors Aid Burkholders After Fire Destroys Home their ballots alongside their presij i Applause seldom rings out in the council chambers on the second floor of the city but when Pres ident William Theurer took the board of education to task lor run ning up its building the councilmen clapped their hands in Except for indicating this disap proval of the boards or atj least approval of Theurers disapl the councilmen took little time to discuss the boards Second Ward Alderman Walter for said he wanted to study the entire Urjed to Trim Budget They took a from the who served warning on other boards and departments to pare their requests down to the The councilmen there in decided to wait until all budgets are in before launching a fullscale Early Friday morning while Fred Burkholder and his wife were in the bam doing the morning their home caught Before the Dresbach fire de partment could reach the the modest home and all the household goods that the couple owned were leaving the Burkholders with only smok ing But their neighbors in the tiny valley off highway 61 heard of their plight and decided to do something about The owner of the Twin Bluff cabins offered one of his cabins until the Burkholders could build The farmers in the valley and the residents of Rich mond and Dakota quietly gath ered subscriptions of money and food and household effects for their Today the Burkholders have a roof over their and a new start on their small and knowledge of the meaning of good Soviet Offers All Of Berlin Benelux Oppose Any Show of Force to Russ By The Associated Press General Lucius commander in was sum moned to Washington today to re port on the Berlin as with great propaganda said she has made tons of grain available to feed including the blockaded western At The the five powers of the western European union agreed today on a goslow policy toward the Soviet in Ger The United States made a coun terstroke in the Intensifying cold She earmarked 75 jet fighter planes to bolster air strength next month in Last 60 like the ones which crumbled Hiroshima and Nag asaki with atomic crossed the Atlantic to bases in ed on the governors of each of theldecision budget hear states and the territories of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands and the commissioners of the District of Columbia to comply with the drafting program to ac complish effective and complete reg There was nothing in the procla mation to Indicate when actual in voted 13 to 2 that the legislature not far from the po Continued on Page Column LEGISLATURE lice They explained that start they would get the title from September That is 90 days Weather FEDERAL FORECASTS Winona and cloudiness with local showers or thunderstorms tonight and Wednes Continued rather warm and Low tonight 70 high Wed nesday LOCAL WEATHEK Official observations for the 24 hours ending at 12 today 86 66 86 none sun sets to night at sun rises tomorrow at EXTENDED FORECASTS Minnesota and perature will average two to four degrees above Normal maximum 82 extreme north to 90 extreme Normal minimum 57 extreme north to 65 extreme Rather warm through Thurs cooler and Saturday wanner again by Scat tered showers and thunderstorms mainly Thursday and Friday probably clearing over Precipitation averaging about onp half TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE Chicago 68 90 59 Des Molnes 90 67 Duluth 82 60 International 79 43 Kansas City 84 71 Los Angeles 78 61 Trace Miami 89 79 Paul 86 66 New York 86 6S 67 58 Phoenix 69 87 73 Winnipeg 76 45 DAILY KITEK BULLETIN Flood Stage Stage Today Change Red Wing 14 Lake Reads 12 Dam Dam Dam 13 Dam Pool Dam 75 Dam Pool Dam La Crosse 12 Tributary Streams Chippewa at Durand Zumbro at Theilman Buffalo above Alma 12 Black at Keillsville Black at Galesville La Crosse at Salem RIVER FORECAST From Hastings to GoHenberg During the next 48 the riv Bulletins Washington State de partment officials have told Con gress that at least several hun dred known or suspected sub versive foreign agents have en tered this country as employes of the United Nations and similar m sources in Haifa said today fighting still was going on in northern Pales tine on the third day of the trace imposed by the United A main Cairo thor oughfare was blasted last niprht when a single unidentified plane raided the Egyptian Chicago The National Labor Relations board today is sued a complaint against Mont gomery Ward and Chicago mall order charging unfair labor man at the Exchange but would need the money She gave it to Then the men left the seller couldnt stand A little when they didnt re she became went to the police told her Police called the taxicab compa discovered two men had asked fter Truman signed the selec tive service Selective service officials may make their Brst draft grab at 25yearolds who otherwise would be Ineligible after one more Major General Lewis selective service director during World War made that known yesterday as he was sworn in as ings are held in How much the council can ac complish in opposing the school board remains to be since the French Cabinet Falls In Army Budget Clash Paris President Vinceni Auriol began a search today for a new premier after a dispute aver the armys budget toppled Frances middleoftheroad State department said the Russians have prestige heavily in Germany and over much of Europe by trying to accomplish political objectives through a policy of starvation in the western zones of The road and barge j blockade of Berlin deep in the on the left and General Charles de Russian zone Is in its second Gaulles French Peoples Party the Strong Protest Britain sent a very strong pro Robert the outgoing may be called upon to sue1 test to the Russian military gov iceed He is a Popular Rej ernor in Germany over the flight Auriol was expected first to Foreign Minister Georgesiof Russian Yak fighters yesterday to find srmpnno rmiM also a Popular over Gatow airport In to someone who could reunite hulrytag back from a meeUngl who wil1 leave Frankfurt the third force coalition of Popu of the fivepower western European tonight or denied pub lar Socialists and union in The Hague in an attempt jlished reports that headquar Radical Until they fell out last night on the army those three political groups had united la the old gov for a cab to the local Anj head of the new draft other call to the more of its surplus during the en suing thus reducing the tax levy by that Last fall the board was also asked for a but the council won jno concessions on its 194849 Tax Increases Opposed D The talk by the who 125 to although none finished a series of sessions board is virtually an autonomous eminent to oppose the communists Although the council can I disapprove its the board can override that veto by a twothirds and since the budget was I passed unanimously by the board the question of obtaining a two thirds majority appears to be foregone the board in previous years has been subject to persuasion Two years ago the council called the board in for a friendly discussion and the board agreed to use One man was downtown getting the luggage from a hotel while the oth er was at the La Crosse po lice quickly made the Today Chesbro signed a com plaint against involving a first degree grand larceny The other man was not but police said they would return There has been quite a little discussion of starting with the older ones Eighteenyear olds can avoid th draft by enlisting for one year an then serving for a longer peric in the Such enlistmenl JOth to adding that they will be accepted starting tomorrow had been informed the men had Hershey said he does not know waived jwhen registration will how I The car they were attempting to i many men will be or when police is owned by the they will be called The lai Cheney Motor drafting cannot get underwa i It had a dealers until September Pershings Final Salute at Arlington ice L2 In The Center Of A Group of people at the President Truman pays his last respects to Gen eral John Funeral services for his onetime world renowned as leader of World War Is were held in the beautiful amphitheater at Arlington National Cemetery where the general was Washington A sentry kept lonely vigil today over the on the fields of battle and in the Arlington grave of General of the Armies John pursuits of Until sundown Thursday night a single guard watch the When it was the bronze spot where the 87yearold leader of American forces in France in casket was replaced on the n u World War J was buried ifor down thei I would like to make a few re marks in connection with this bud I will not and cannot conscien tiously vote to approve this budget as long as it contains the eightmill levy for the school building I have not exarained the balance of the budget and am not prepared to discuss that at the present I have spent a good many hours Not Dumping Its Surpluses in Europe Hoffman aid is costing Americans more this than the total outlay for police and are protection and simi lar local to have his party head the new The Socialists and cialists also had First on Aurlols visiting list to day was Maurice secretary general of the Communist The communists are the largest single group in the National As and custom requires that ters in Germany had recommend forcing an armed convoy through Radical So1 the Such a step could turn the cold war into a red shoot ing Clay said there are no plans to evacuate American wives and children from tie tense The Russian food is not yet avail able n Shoppers sent Into the Russian sector to buy rationed the president consult all found storekeepers refused to mentary leaders in the order ofjbonor their The opinion was that Russia would put a Hm which took ited amount of food on the market their partys Schumans cabinet office November contained no The dispute within Schumans for its propaganda but not enough to supply all The Germans in the cabinet on the army budget British and French zones must when the premier and his Popular Republicans sought to spend the equivalent of on na Paul who is directing tional The Socialists and the European Recovery j Radical Socialists wanted to cut made this assertion today to a rathis by 000 dio address to be beamed to Europe by the World Wide Broadcasting The economic cooperation admin striking back anew at com munist criticism of the aid declared No communist claim has been I pay for such bread with Russian sponsored the Kremlin ruled in what seemed an attempt to convince Germans the new western currency Is no Clay Skeptical General Lucius the military expressed skepti saying The proof is in the per not in the A e Berliner put It this way the Russians offer us food they have shut it off from Ballwestern They say it is Cant Quit Berlin Ball Uhpn more ridiculous than the charge that says it would be a1 Russian grain sent from the Soviet we are dumping surpluses on Eudisplay of admitted weakness if the union But what about the low ra withdrew its forces from BerUons the Germans in the detailing the sacrifices he ilin Russian occupation zone have en said Americans are Hoffl We might have retired gracefully dured What about the millions of man added some months Ball declared tons of Jood the have tak Foreign aid is costing the United here last But to think ofen out Oj their zone and shipped to ates six billion dollars this vear Quitting now would be a nnrcia to the complaints of A good share of these were not the re sult of an increase in but the increase in taxes paid during She past few A good share of people appearing before Us Were disabled including veterans or all of whom had a mea ger income on which to We States six billion dollars this I quitting now would be a definite vujoiiAi is more than the amount step backward from the position Theair lift Russian by all the towns and villages in the United States for Ore protec Congress set aside of world this nation have buzzed the British alr i drome and some of them perform Ball made the statement in acrobatics in the tons of food were flown coal was the crux of the problem before 500 persons in the J T 1 i I tto L4A Wi J IJI llrlll for the European Recovery phase auditorium here in his Already about Berlin the New dollar invest1 Paign for told quite a few that the increase talthThalfwav valuation did not necessarily mean nallway an increase in that without a r doubt next years mill rate should be It didnt take very long lor us to be called During the ments in that program now have pushed the sismonth total toward Crashes on Test Flight Paris A French fouren plants have been shut because of its Queried as to why he had experts said pcr sons may be jobless in Berlin by Sat Leaders of Bel velt in 1944 instead of the lican Governor Thomas Dewey of New the MinL nesota senator said he did it to exerdse extreme caution posefully because Roosevelt w1th the over tof countr at fthe bfcckade werc Ported ion and the county boardbley airdrome today on a test that Goi ippeared in the Both rej killing five The plane Dewey would have his increases was believed to have lost speed and support in his current presidential Continued on Pape Column ame week the budgets of the board gined plane crashed near Villacou Df education and the countv boarri bev airdrome fnrtnv nn n forf flight Why No Building gone out of One thing I have said before and want to say It isnt the mill rate but the actual taxes paid in ollars and cents that I ont like the idea of covering up an I increase to the levy with an ex lanation that the mill rate should ot be up much because of the re The taxes on a 60foot PrDDn women of theffl wiyesof I BERLIN Families of Two War Vets Evicted Children Sleep in Garage for quite a few blocks in Broadway and Wabasha world a crime to have children and of a serviceman now with the Army war were facingbring them up What do m We wonder why there is hardships and an old peoples town If uilding or why people do not want today as victims of evictions brought they make it impossible for women for p hours over aU long rain soaking through i march of another soldier is uniform he donned again for his battles are an fought and his The stirring tribute that the General Omar Bradvictories won and ne Kes down tary gave the general was matched chief of staff General Jacobto rest awhile awaiting the bugles 11by the spontaneous chief of field iwinnnn m lan the commanders of the six armies in i A nearby battery barked out the men women and children i the United States strode through 119gun salute to the highest rank stood through a beating Washington I the rain the blistering ing A squad of infantry to The buglar Jl casket roll Ike Marches Upwards of I marble amphitheater at Arlington I for the And from a distance came the echo sounded by another Last Tetterington re turned from a movie with her four i small children to find her home pad o rent out on a ion by the acute housing shortage in to bear children they wont need Continued on Page Column any homes and then the housing1 She reported to Frank Wally at When Phillip 499 j situation will be solved and ton the East Belleview went to her j body will be all but the an empty garage own door this raorning a policeman servpie with little children ed by a friend near Cotter TTigh her with papers and told Wilson said she appeared in Today she sought to appeal her to appear in municipal court She said that to the Red Cross and the city at Wilson said goodbye to Winona six young children and promised to who had served the papers was Tetterington told Wally do her best to save her She said she did not think that her sister who is also her land I knew it was she said j that Judge Edward Libera heard lady became angered when she did a RepublicanHerald reporter tomuch of her The order to not supply and leave food for an ent that because I had pleaded with J vacate her home other whom her sister wish asking her what I was Wilson still occupies hered to have to the a me i supposed to do with my children home but expects forcible removal When she found herself barred committee said it was jasmuch as every attempt to get within 24 She has nine her Tetterington executive committees kind of a home had six at They are Wcodjleft her children with a neighbor My landlady was not went to search of her COUNCIL PRESIDENT Trieste Reds7 Split Widen Communist 5 split in the support for the cominform commui nist international information It Condned chief junseen The notes came in Slovene faction of the parry marines and airmen marched the i of Major General Luther the hot late afternoon air fourmile route from the capitol in prayer for if from another perhaps for the the Fiddlers Green to which er will remain practically stationary throughout the were a dozen ubank I memories which gather about this an old cavalrymans song all VMJJ 1U1 WOT ait J O General Dwight great life spent in the service of I true cavalarymen like Blackjack 1 V TTT in uuc VIUC Oij UTUC jwno in World war U was supreme jour sfcill and courage buiih my she had given me andsister remained refusing to pro1 first notice last then I offered Susan 11 Her a open the home or sustain interest rent and she relented but InjWorld War I was ill forjin the plight of the mother and L 7 w wv i WOO AUi AJl Uilfc i prpmonng the nationalistic interApril we were given 60 days to i four years with cancer but has made i ests of She said she was going to sell andsufficient recovery to go away with who told vet The party announced yesterday itrepair the road construction erans officials she had recently lost win not attend the Yugoslav Com I wont give up my An even more immediate plight isa seeks a home for Ruth Anne munlsE party s fifth congress which even if we are moved out onto the that of James Rachel five begins tomorrow in i Wilson is 758 West King wifeland   

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