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   Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1948, Winona, Minnesota                              w EATHER Imir nd ewl Saturday Full Leased Wire News Report of The Associated Press Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations VOLUME 133 FRIDAY JULY 1948 FIVE CENTS PER COPY SIXTEEN PAGES THE ALSOPS Russ Want Allies Out Of Berlin By Joseph and Stewart Alsop Is the grand prize lor which the Kremlin Is will toe to bring the world to the very edge of a war which the Kremlin I must know It can never win No one can know for certain the answer to that Yet some of the experts are beginning to on the basis of available that the Russians now Intend actual ly to incorporate their eastern Euro pean Including tile Soviet zone of Into the Union of Soviet Socialist For this purpose It is essential that the West ern powers evacuate One Important item of evidence to support this theory is a recent speech by Otto com munist leader of the Soviet speech was delivered to the high chieftains of the communls and It bears all the earmarks of having been ghostwritten f Grotewohl by his Russian masters Therefore Is being studied witt earnest attention In all the Western THE SPEECH MAKES no about the desperate economic crlsl Into which the Russian policy o plunder has plunged the Soviet zon of Grotewoh neatly sums up the crisis Hunge Is the cause of low bu to remove Industrial pro ductlon must Itself be Th Soviet formula for breaking th vicious as announced by Grc consists in effect of trans forming the Soviet zone of Ger many toto an economic and political replica of the Soviet Thus dlverslonist and bourgeois political elements are to be ruth lessly This sounds tht death knell for the stooge non communist parties In the Sovle the Communist party Itself is to be transformed Into an elite party kadcrpartei and un reliable elements are to be purged The purge according to rellabl already started in Saxony In the Soviets have decidec to deal with an economic crisis o a sort familiar in the Soviet union by political measures also familiar In the Soviet Grotewohl repeatedly insisted In this Sovietsponsored speech that the Soviet zone com munists are to have no more truck with the Henceforth the Soviet zone must be exclusively and wholly oriented toward the Soviet Grotewohl even hinted that the German unity theme which has been the chief instrument of Soviet and communist propaganda in Ger many Is now to be For us as a he It Is at present Impossible to rely on Continued on Page Column ALSOPS Steamboat Aqua Queens Chosen Regatta Top Tonights Bill Weather Wallace Vote Seen Vital Ballot Factor FEDERAL FORECASTS Winona and vicinity Fair and quite cool again tonight lowest Saturday sunny and pleasant high est LOCAL WEATHER Official observations for the 24 hours ending at 12 mi today 83 63 74 trace sun sets tonight at sun rises to morrow at EXTENDED FORECASTS Minnesota and Wisconsin Tem peratures will average 24 above nor Normal maximum B2 extreme north to 91 extreme minimum 57 extreme north to 66 exan honor roll junior at Winona treme Warmer Saturday Teachers was selected Sunday becoming cooler north Monifrom a group of 33 Winona lovelies amidst the throng of funmakers at the Steamboat Days coronation ball Here They two queen and two attendant winners of the Steamboat Days contest held at the coronation ball at the Winona armory Thursday In holding a bouquet of roses is Miss Rosalie chosen as Miss to represent the city at the Minneapolis Center above is Miss Patricia Patricia Rosalie Critchfield Choice of Judges Im glad I my grand mothers So exclaimed Miss Rosalie Critch the new Miss Thurs day night after she was chosen to represent the city at the Minne apolis The vivacious queen of the chosen as Miss Steamboat At the left Is Miss Lois and at the right is Miss Bette both chosen as at Miss Steamboat Days and the two attendants will reign over the local RepublicanHerald photos by Stan Mandel day and in south portion Scattered thundershowers north western Minnesota late exat the cept in southeastern Wisconsin Mon day and over eastern and southern sections Tuesday quite Irregularly distributed averaging about one third inch northern and three fourth inch southern TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE i Miss daughter of and 1076 Gilmore is five three inches tall and weighs 115 Ready to celebrate her 20th birth day in she has long auburn hair and graygreen My grandmother lives with Bemidjl 72 46 88 60 Denver 84 58 Des Moines 80 54 Duluth 59 52 Los Angeles 79 60 Miami 88 77 Paul 66 SI New Orleans 75 New York 85 70 Phoenix SI 78 DAILY RIVER BULLETIN Flood Stags queen and took pains to make sure thnt I would look nice the Im happy for I Finishes Exams i The Aquatennial candidate wore black moire formal with thin 32jStraps which revealed her smooth j tanned She wore elbowj length black lace j A graduate of Winona High school in Miss Critchfield has beenj working part time during the Ditch Trumans New Party By Jack Ben Wal lace arrived here today and told backers of his third party i presidential candidacy that they are making world This convention will mark a great turning point in the history of this the United States and the he said to several hun dred party delegates and party workers who greeted him at the Pennsylvania railroads Broad street station with shouts and party campaign Stepping from the Wallace declared chances of his party In the coming election are The crowd carried banners and placards hailing Wallace and Sen ator Glen Taylor of his vicepresidential running The placards displayed such slo gans as Had enough milk at 25 cents a quart People before Repeal the draft Vets want Wallace said today he will not re pudiate any support that comes to him on the basis of peace In his third party presidential Wallace told a news conference that if the communists want to sup port him he will not denounce them At the same he no one is going to be able to prove tha he is a First Since 1924 Wallaces arrival marks the formal launching of the first serious at tempt since 1924 to cut across Dem ocratic and Republican lines for a third candidate for the presidency In that long ago the tlcke of Robert La and Burton Wheeler got about Estimates now range between that and for the vote total likely to be amassed by Wallace and his Senator Glen Taylor erstwhile Idaho But if the New party convention I opening officially here tonight it self gives Wallace almost no chance of there was none in the Republican or Democratic camps to say that his1 race will not affect vitally the November The Republicans hope that Wal lace and to be formally nominated tomorrow will take from the Democrats enough votes in the big population states to cinch the election of thennom Governor Thomas Dewey of New Democrats Whistle The Democrats whistle Valiantly that a former New will lure as many votes away from the as he does from their Albert w chosen as permanent chairman of the said that labor rep resentatives from every state are represented on a national labor committee supporting Wallace and The pesky fly in the third party ointment was the communists thatj opponents said were calling the sig nals forthe WallaceTaylor move This voiced by the Ameri cans for Democratic Action an aggregation of former New Dealer Well Stand General Clay Says Russ Head Offers Conditions for Lifting of Berlin Block Lucius Clay told Congress mem bers today the Americans will stay in Berlin and he doesnt ex pect anything to happen that will involve the country in In rapidfire order the American military governor in Ger many appeared separately before House and Senate groups and 3 B29s on GlobeCircling Scouting Hop By Elton Fay Washington Three Ameri can Superfortresses are off on a roundtheworld scouting night to see whether big bombers could use fields and facilities in distant parts of the world should trouble come some The second stop of the trio of B29s was at Lagens air base in the which the United States uses under an agreement with Por The taking off from Galesville Vaudeville Acts At Levee Stage With the prospects of a warm Provoked Rexford Guy Tug summer a crowd to equal weU mto a statement that the as the that flocked to the Levee sertion was an unscrupulous and park Wednesday night is expected j demagogic denunciation worthy of to be on hand for tonights tfte cheapest politics insin ties as Steamboat Days moves hypocritical and r yesterday afternoon for then headed eastward out across the The flight is the third projected globegirdling trip for Superfort drastically scaled down from the original In Air Secretary Symington announced to a news conference that If the State de partment the Air Force paid a farewell call on President Truman at the White Clay first told a House In cluding some members of the for eign affairs committee that Ameri can forces In Germany can and will carry out this governments inten tion to remain In Berlin despite the crisis over the Soviet he talked privately with a group of headed by Sen ator Wherry acting ma jority Wherry told report ers General Clay told us the situa tion is not any worse than it has He said they will continue to work It He said nothing has happened yet to Involve us In war and we can expect that nothing Earlier Clay had been closeted with the House group for 35 min utes in a review of the German He had no comment after his appearance there or before tho House Foreign Committee Chair man Eaton and Army Secretary Kenneth Royall issued the following Joint statement con cerning Clays appearance before the House group General Clay presented to the committee the general condltloni in Berlin and the action of the American troops and personnel in General Clay reiterated the de termination and the ability of American forces to carry out our voyages by the American Technical Sergeant George is radar observer on one of the B29s making the One of the most notable round the world fleet cruises was at the turn of the century and was in tended frankly as a demonstration of American Obviously remembering th State department definitely did no approve Symingtons and th flight plan was The State department at that time was using he velvetglove approach to Rus sia and took a dim view of any plan to send up to 30 long range of the type that can carrj item bombs on a world ranging But the new flight of three planes has the concurrence of the State the Air Force took jains to say Three jombers do not constitute a really alarming display of air MustPurge Foreign Hatch Asserts By Donald Sanders Senator DNM said today the only prac tical way this country can be pro tected against subversive activity by United Nations employes is for the organization itself to guarantee their Hatch made the comment to re Hatch Read With Interest Eaton said he had read with some Interest a report quoting Soviet Marshal Vasslly Sokolov sky on the proposal to lift the Sokolovsky was repre sented as saying the Russians would act if the western powers stopped insisting that Russians must have special passes for travel in the western zones of The Soviets always have required spe cial passes for travel into His departure will take place la an atmosphere of somewhat greater hope for a peacful solution of the Berlin crisis than existed a weefc ago when he was ordered to home and discuss the The most direct cause of this change is that the Soviets thus far have refrained from any kind of military of an acci dental at closing the air corridors by which the United States and Britain have been pour iig supplies into the western sec xrsof British Charge The British have accused the Russians of three violations of light rules in the air lane used by the to supply Soviet blockaded British claim Soviet fighter planes probably engaged in target practice in the The British military government turned down a Russian offer to sup sly electric power to a factory In western The Russian planes were sighted in the British airway yesterday as American aircraft poured Into Ber its third The colorful Venetian Nights re a mammoth fireworks dis the fine vaudeville and hippo drome and a band concert by longest Platform which has been studying the prob lem called new Tugwell said the doc The staff has heard testimony ument longest of any yet writj that at least several hundred per ten in this convention ridden admitted to this country as porters as a Senate subcommittee I lin with a new record haul of food advocates ditching the Marshall plan and the Truman doctrine of j highlight the activities of the eve1 ning at Levee Gaily decorated cruisers and small aid to and It proposes an even stronger civil rights program than those okayed by the Republican and Democratic Miss Miss Rosalie received a bouquet the water of roses from Miss June last years Miss at the ball Thursday Both were interviewed over KWNO and KWNOFM as they posed for At the right is Irving master of ceremonies at the mer while attending I waterborne floats in festival j conventions and plumps for the vote j costume and a mock steamboat 18yearolds j splash the water with carnival colors when the Venetian Nights regatta i gets under way at j I HalfMile Parade Led by the patrol boats from Fountain City and the Coast Guard j j cutter the halfmile pro cession will make three sweeps past the Queen candidates wffli ride on many of the floats andj dozens of small boat owners from neighboring river towns are expectj By George CoraeB Lake An ex The Galesville Municipal bajidjArmy worried about a new was sought today as the pilot iwho dived at United Nations head quarters and dropped a missile officials or employes of dele gations are known or suspected and On the 27th day of the BritishAmerican airlift and Skymasters unloaded tong of supplies in 285 flights to Tem plehof officials said today an Amer ican pilot was killed last night when subversives and that some of them a constabulary observation plane have been carrying on propaganda crashed near Bchwefnfurt activities under a Hatch said he doesnt think the administration can be held respon sible for any Peace Fanatic Bombs Headquarters Stage Today Change yesterday she finished her Dam for the first summer s Red Wing 14 Lake City Reads 12 Dam Dam 22 Winona 13 Dam Dakota Dam La Crosse 12 Tributary Streams Chippewa at 23 Chippewa at Buffalo above Trempealeau at Dodge Black at Black at La Crosse at Salem Root at Houston ETVER FORECAST Hastings to Gnttenberr There will be practically no change except for slight rises at the tail water of the and Winona session COntest f the local Army recuiting service J r 2j The new queen spent the morning j Defends Marines Fill special music for the regatta as it moves past the fill be float At Supinas broth fomer Connecticut State sentative Thomas salded Constabulary officials said the twoman aircraft crashed Into the woods while flying from Grafen worth to Six Royal Air Force Vampire Jet first jets to fly the takev part in Ninth Air Force training exercises next week at Camp Dodge Air Crash Kills Two Des Two men were killed late yesterday when war 0 which exploded harmlessly r and 80th Congress Quota for 1949 here shopping for her wardrobe which she will take with her to Senator Ball Minneapolis for ten days at trunks Con There she competition with 37 other candidates for the 1949 Queen of President Lakes The winner will be Adtessng second ward j of S25 for the boat that comes from the longest distance by water orated Judges for the event will be made a good record for itself said Thursday Winona Printing spite of the obstructionist been so high that no draftees2111 Rydman Engraving o council was a homemade went off yesterday near the ground UN Washington Tha Marine j a mile Delegates and staff members were Iwill be needed for that branch n to the t Company advertising t 920 P dows of QuMde a Sma31 i orange plane banked and flew 3 Congress was one of the Second Queen I working groups ever to sit in the Officials said after a She left for Minneapolis at Itnat volunteers this month passed iwr being Were being O reporting at the Nicollet iuli onsres5 accomplished morethe at 3 m than any other Congress in the past They did not estimate how many Miss CritChfields departure doesnt enlisted A team of professional fireworks artists wfll close the celebration A plane answering the description leave Winons Thursday night a Miss Steamboat speaks should be remembered It when recruiting of these youths thac j work of Congress was hampered and Eighteenyearolds continued i complicated by the extraordinarily swamp recruiting offices of of the Miss Steamboat DavsiJarse nulDber oi Presidential branches of service but tiOf hlonri Wpili Tnis record Congress was madeiofficials said it would be two or three jfle was blond Miss Patricia Qf thg gf they know whether they1 Continued on Page Column by the executive branch of the govlwill have to hang out the no ad at from bathing The pyrotechnics will be released he river to provide fur the displays and QUEENS instance dropped landed a later at La Gnardia field Former B17 Gunner Its who identified himself as Stephen a former for E17 turret gunner of The fireworks will be divided ini Continued on Page Column L jfor Supina on a felony charge of FIKEWOEfiS j malicious r Steve has been pretty see ing the world on the edge of other The elder Supina said his brother thought that has not been forceful enough in trying to main tain that theyre a bunch j of and that somebody ought to blast the into Ever since Stephen came back from the Thomas he had been very disturbed about the state of world Camp were Robert pilot of the and Cannon who of Camp were employed as auto me at the men were killed outright when the in a low turn and flying downwind just after taking off from the camp parade struck the ground in a field west of the Des Molnes and Approach Building Guards at cated in suburban Nassau county j lowa railroad on Long said the plans ap proached the building area in a long dive from the The plane came down to about 150 narrowly missing the an tenna of the radio station a t twice circled the then loosed a long A short time after the a half dozen twoengine Black Widow Air Force places thundered over searching for the mystery A large map of the Lake Success with a blue circle drawn around the site of the head was found inside the a twoseater Waiting Deportation Coke Union Candidate who is free under bail pending de portation proceedings for alleged communist is a candidate for vicepresident of the United Coke and Chemical Workers The holding its conven tion will have its election Sat from Niagara was suspended as vicepresident and his own union ousted as re gional secretary of district Niaga ra He was removed the international payroll last month by President Martin   

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