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   Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1948, Winona, Minnesota                              THE WHTOCA AUGUST IMf Independent Newspaper XitaWWWrf IKS 1C WHIW Oooojf CLOSWVT Publisher Executive Editor MZKTO or rax AasocuiD PRESS Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the tar repuhUcation of all the local news printed in this u wen as aD AP newi Official Neutpeper County and City of Wincma Postwar Program for Winona CMC New state highway 7fi Wtaona to state Modernization of business Outdoor municipal rwimmin j pool Mnnicipal athletic stadium and recreation irtesdy industrial Completion of Lake Winona improvement Completion of municipal Adequate parkinr facilities for bnstaen district River terminal and smallboat Whosoever humble himself as little child the same a the greatest in the kingdom of Matthew Test Your News Knowledge What Winona woman has been spotlight ed in the news this week because of her extra ordinary means oj pleading for housing What wellrfcnown Minnesota Republican filed this week to run against Luther Young dahl for the nomination for governor Who Is Elizabeth Bentley What Winona area community this week received federal approval for a small boat harbor What highly Important International talks this week have been shrouded with dip lomatic secrecy Who Is Joseph Balls chief opponent In the race for senator Who did Governor Youngdahl appoint as members of the Winona county draft board What legislative measure did the Dixie crats In Congress defeat this week by fili bustering In what controversy In the special ses sion of Congress does senator McCarthy of Wisconsin play a leading part What are the major features of the Re publicansponsored antiInflation bill See Answers at Bottom of Defeat of the PollTax Repeal The Senates vote to abandon polltax re peal for this session was a recognition of neces Once It became clear that cloture could not be Invoked against the motion on the there was no hope of breaking the filibuster of the southern In a long session they could have been worn but not even Truman wanted this session to last beyond 15 It would have been unthinkable that the Republicans should have let the filibuster drag on using it as an excuse to avoid action on the minimum program to which they are The fact that abandonment of the light was necessary does not make It the less regret The coming at a significant moment of our give special timeliness to a reform has long been In It has been estimated that the presidential elections of 1944 only ten per cent of the poten tial voters went to the polls In the seven poll tax against 49 per cent In the free vote To Invite similar at a time when we are standing before the world as an exponent of true is to call Into doubt the whole body of our Fortunately the Republicans have withdrawn from the field only to fight another day and it Is to be hoped that in the next regular with ample time and under amended they will be able to push the Issue to a During the present which was carried on with a gravity and intellectual sobriety unusual in such the south erners argued at length that polltax repeal Is They unquestionably have an argument on their But the by Its repeated passage of the repeal has shown that It thinks and there are good reasons for believing that the courts would uphold In contrast to such a constitutional amendment Is subject to long delays and an uncertain Since 1921 Jour Flori tda and Georgia have repealed the poll tax if the remaining seven had acted as the record of the United States would be clearer These Pays Theyll Do It Every Time Our Chinese Policy Needs to Be Probed Br Georm Sokobky of Chinas current troubles are monetary arising from the debasement of her cur rency which was the direct result of the American sil ver Chinas currency was based on silver and ttoe United States artificially raised the world price at silver to such a that that metal flowed into this country and left China with nothing but paper This was as effective an attack upon China as anything the Japanese did during the entire fighting Many of us so said at the although one of the arguments for this out of which speculators made was that it aided gokobky The American government sent experts to China to assist her The State department and the Treasury were involved to this expert Subsequently the United States sent other experts to China to advise Chiang Kaishek on the conduct of the affairs of that Among the advisers was Lauchlin Canadian who became one of President Roosevelts anon ymous and is now on Miss Elizabeth Bent leys list of I am not prejudging Curries activities to China nor Is it fair to accuse him of crimes of action or misdemeanors of Judgment until all the evidence is his But I call attention to the fact that this column has been criti cal of of Owen of General Stilwell and George Marshall and of John Carter Vincent of the State all socalled experts and authori for many This is the time to make a full Investigation of our relations with China on three questions Who was responsible for our silver policy why did we undertake this utterly uneconomic business who profited by it what harm has it done to China What quantity of paper money was shipped from the united States to China who printed that money who placed the orders to this country who instructed the flying of those banknotes over the Hump while vital materials were delayed to Burma and India who profited from these transactions were they designed aid China or so utterly to destroy her economy that the the of the country would become inevitable were pay ments for these printed by a number of Uf JUST BUMP INTO CASWOA WHERE WITH HIS MISSUSWOW WW A BRUSHOFF roaJBECW WO FANOES HIMSELF A IS A1WS PESTERING OFFICE GALS WITH ATE03RC LINE VCUEE TOO BEALmRJLTO BE HftSHNG VOUBT1MEHEBLIGOTN CULLGUNTOF RECOGNITION OLD DON JUAMH1MSELF 60NNA PUT HOWES HOWSArXXITULICHAM TRUdNSITOVER Boyles Column WashinqtOH By Jimmy HatloMackenzies Column Peace Dove Circles Hopefully Over Palestine for First Time By DeWitt AJPForeign Affairs Analyst Even In the days of the great deluge the dove of peace found resting place on Noahs and so perhaps it Isnt i though find her circling hopefully In search of a landing spot in the strifetorn Holy If anyone had predicted a few weeks ago that both Arabs and I Jews today would be guardedly offering refuge to the weary bearer the olive his rating as a prophet would have hit Yet the Impossible has i it came about like this On August 4 1 iKtog Abdullah of I iey j figure among the Arab nations at war with Israel and generalissimo Df their armies Jo declared that his country didnt exclude any possible compromise that secures justice and prevents unnecessary This was the first pub lic statement by any Arab leader Representative Thomas Kept From Overseas Service By Drew Pearson Washington Here is some more summer reading for Con gressman Parnell head of the unAmerican activities Measuring Inflation With Sweat By Hal Boyle New can indicating a willingness to com Advice on Health Whooping Cough TotKiller By Herman I wish all parents could realize that whooping cough is a real killer in babies under one year of Even in older children there is dan ger ol such complications as pneu but the very lives of little babies who contract this disease are endangered unless they have the First Overture very best With the right The next day the government of the severity of the symp Israel made its first direct over ture for peace negotiations with the Arab Foreign Minister Moshe Shertok placed the proposal toms may be the course of the disease shortened and complica tions Nearly everybody is familiar with belore Count United I the violent attacks of coughing and Nations who had to pass I vomiting that come with whooping be it on to the Arabs through the The response remains to be Now of course it would be foolish to think that this necessarily means peace is just around the for when congressmen stage an investigation they reduced to a mathematical bitterness between the corn usually base it on seizure of the files of a government a American firms and contracted for by paid out of Chinese funds or from funds borrowed from thelsonle private or a United States Were any American officials involved i in this debasing transaction seem to feel that should also keep their own po litical affairs in such condition that Why did we pursue a policy of trying to force they can allord the white light of Chiang Kaishek to associate himself with the ChiPublic nese communists in spite of the fact that we have in the records of the State the Department of Army and Navy intelligence and the files of ample from 1924 to if the effort of Soviet Russia to conquer China by It might be if the public occasionally had a chance to reverse the process and sub poena the files of means of the Chinese Communist party Why did the a C0ngr e s s m a pokesmen of our government try to give the impres sion that the Chinese communists were not part of Soviet Russias international when since 920 there has been a full record of the attendance of the Chinese communists at every session of the third published to the Comintern giving their discussions and reports Who rdered this false and malicious propaganda to be spread before the American people Why was this policy continued after Yalta where the Russians disclosed their after which left nothing to the imagination after the Rusvestigation should sians seized Manchuria and half of Korea and broke pe aWe to stana U her treaties with us Why was it pursued by thetlon tms i lntTi TV after all is elected by the people and whose conduct should be constantly a n B werable to the Believing that a congressman who in to He had had no experience as an Outbluffing the Army Colonel Miller tele phoned the congressmans office to report that Kimmel said he had never met Thomas and had never worked for the unAmerican activi ties The colonel suggest ed that perhaps the Army had the And some day the field of ecobatants is too deep to be removed nomics will come up with an Ein stein who write social hisi tory by figuring i out that It will be a big it would be equally to the and help both politicians the Inflation can be measured in terms of sweat and faith and produc Any rise in wrong This broad hint did not faze thethe cost of living congressman from New an I Brazenly he sent Kay But when does it These seizures usually end a caused by a sharp drawing in of the breath following the coughing Constant Nursing Probably the most necessary part of the treatment of whooping cough is good and constant dayandnignt An infant with whooping of achieving a on suddeniy iivc5avtog meas The situation is complicated by mgj mny nave to be such the that the Arab nations ule giving of oxygen and the divided among Abdul1 SUcktog out of secretions from the who long has been a protege Of the nurse the stands to gain the most of all the compromise Arab leaders in settlement with any the in charge of the baby should be fa miliar with these The use of oxygen for young in fants is particularly It states of Syria andis thought that putting the infant which dont want to give in into an oxygen tent may relieve ex T This rankles with the rival Boyle Pnraou done the the State and even byjProbing Into the political operations investigator for the unAmerican activities to Colonel Mil lers office on an unAmerican er There he insisted that Sim mers Ignorance was feigned and that it proved what a good under cover operator the boy You couldnt get anything out of could you bluffed become dangerous to Mighty Man Abdullah is a mighty man among the not only be cause of his relations with England because he has the most power gerouTwhenrdrop of buysUul army of all the Arab Ld produces less and faith in army by British Sub leorge Marshall after the Russians had disclosed heir aims to Asia Who gave the orders If Congress will go to the roots of the to estigattog these the truth will disclose it And that truth will be that somewhere to the directing on the high level of were power ul Americans who were working to hand China over o Soviet which would have given that coun In short the whole of and made Amer ca subject to Russias READING WRITING By Rogers BeWnit Teast of the Gods A Study in Venetian try Edgar Wind Harvard The trouble with pictures is often that they are ooked at but not or as Wind might and Giovanni Bellinis Feast of the Gods to the Na onal is a case to The text of this which is amply illustrated with black and white places the paint Ing in the social and particularly the literary setting t Bellinis day he was about 80 when it was con gned to Alfonso Lucrezia Borgias husband to after Alfonsos sister Isabella had commission d it in At opposite sides of the canvas are Priapus beside IB sleeping and Silenus trying to restrain the ass from that bray which warns the sleeping goddess f Priapus1 Between them are other com cal characterizations of Nep Jupiter j Gaea who is wide a pair of Some of Wind are portraits of Congressman and dis just shows now the nations economy falls and fear of its money By these standards the present inflation in the United States is indeed compared to the that for four years he had a young lady on his payroll who kick ed back all of her that he also had a cleaning lady enrolled as a clerk who kicked back her that he put his wifes aged aunt on the taxpayers payroll until he could force New Jersey authori ties to put her on following which his daughterinlaw stepped rampaging inflation which destroy Coionk Mffler remained ed the currency of Hungary to 1946 He retained Kimmel to internal sejand is now straining printing curity only 18 But he did not transfer him Kimmel was assigned to the Broadway Central hotel to New a temporary Army where he spent con siderable time while his buddies presses that turn out the money for nationalist Sigh Value on Sweat Rising faith and a high value on sweat are the three anchors that keep the inflation bal sidy and His will is bound to have great weight with the other Arab The king has been less extreme towards the Jews than have his and this fact in itself might make it easier for him personally to reach an agreement with Many observers believe Abdullah is maneuvering for a solution which would carry out the original par tition plan of the United up to the gravy Every congressman is given an allowance to employ competent peo ple to help his constituents at They are paid by the not by and are not supposed to be that is only part of the Thomas Here is some Watching Representative Thomas The congressman from New Jersey has not been above using his com mittee for other unAmerican ac During the for in Private Edward Allen Kim mel of Long serial was learful of being shipped overseas to a battle believe it or the congress fought it out Later he wasloon from transferee to Camp prices have gone up steadily At no time did he go anywhere near i But so have production and the value of Economists say a battle Shortly after performing this fa1 that despite the high cost of living vor for the Kimmel Con1 and the fall in the value of money a gressman Thomas attempted to cash in on Thomas Cashes In On September a few hausting coughing Thick Secretions The windpipe and bronchi or tubes to the lung frequently contain thick secretions and the exhausted Infant is unable to cough them If there is any sign of blocking of the air these secretions must be As a general sedatives or quieting cough mixtures or mixtures which stimulate the formation of do little Sulfadiazine is at times effective to the treatment of this The baby with whooping cough should be fed but should be given only small amounts of food at each Fluids may be given by Injection toto a vein or under the par drop or sweat will buy more to the present market than it did ten years Arid that is what really counts in any peacetime sweat fi largest and most reputable i brought about Chinese dol and we have never resorted to Three weeks ago a new Chi f the artists friends and including man from New Jersey telephoned Godfrey and I some time ago form tetro who persuaded Bellini to do the paintthe Second Service command to Newled the insurance brokerage firm of ing for Isabella and presumably suggested the story to infnrmpH them voune Thomas and since wnicn rtd asthe subject artistically if not or a room already decorated to a similar veto by Per ugtoo and This is as far from popularization as an art book can but it deserves to be IN YEARS GONE BY Ten Years 1938 About 16 attended the breakfast Sunday morning the Wtoona Saddle and Bridle Breakfast fol wed morning ridest Miss Ruth Kreutz was moonlight ride is planned for Thursday Senator and Walter Arnold and son Harmon nd daughter Gertrude South kingdom of which itself was carved out of Palestine Such a program undoubtedly would meet with fierce opposi tion from the other Arab but might suit the Palestine Arabs and the new Jewish state of Israel very In any that is one of the and it certainly would receive serious considera especially if Britain should give it her Mess Boy Sought In Slaying of Five Big Sur j The government printed mountain country 15 miles below Spencer As you note which it I fashionable Carmel was searched whereby the Jews and the Arabs if the baby shows signs of would have separate This having been state might the join with new Arab Abdullahs i Kimmel and 318 East 32nd and the wild horse of inflation New In addition to through the congressional Thomas runs Congressman an insurance firm a count is with true ingation yoa can read that fact Thomas and Godfreyand the lts ter was for the obvious purpose of jeach others fear of the present and getting insurance from the lather oi the boy he had The letter read This will introduce my the That was true to Hun gary in The nor mallv worth about 20 fell to York and informed them that young Kimmel was an undercover agent for the unAmerican activities com therefore had to be kept close to the New York Thomas at that time was also a member of the House military af fairs so naturally his words carried weight with the Colonel time we have served some of the j 1945 and one American dollar loss of fluid from the If there is evidence of blocking of the air sucking out of the secretions should be done before the feedings are given The infant should be fed only while lying to the nurses The use of these methods of treatment for whooping cough may result to the saving of lives of babies with this QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS I have been told that I have a tipped What does that mean Answer It is probable that you have a malposition of the uterus or If the condition is causing no no treatment may be nec If symptoms are some operative treatment may be Sailor Files Action Against jtoday for Augusta wanted Shanghai in 1946 questioning in the killing of a merchant seaman from Wau I was to Shanghai to the fall of Filipino kitchen filed a damagt Sheriff Jack who orderedsuit against the government hoped was worth the said he believed the men in federal court were shot and beaten to the heat Johnson claims that through neg dlrector of personnel for the Second I came Dacic from his insurance part Jimmy Roosevelt practice I i nese note was worth of a gambling game jligence and carelessness of govern know that Godfrey caa be helpful 162 American cents to the black a mess boy at a Big Surjment agents he fractured a knee cap to you at least I would And when inflation reaches resort as were the five dead he slipped on the deck of the any courtesies which you may care that point the black market is the was missing from his work yesteriSS New Bern Victory October to extend to n Thomas high blood pressure must have gone up a bit when the letter uests of and August 461 Olmstead Service had Kimmel transferred from Camp Upton and assigned as an investigator of the internal security division to New Before Kimm lioweve Across the bottom was scrib only real bled talk said high with goods but the workers now and future tensions would be Answers to Test Your News Knowledge Philip who has been camp tag in the city hall corridor with six of her Stafford who has been state audi tor for 18 The selfstyled exSoviet agent who has hurled charges of communism at many gov ernment officials in Washington hearings this Talks ot the ambassadors of the western powers with Molotov and Mayor Hubert Humphrey of Minne apolis who will run on the ticket George McGulre and The antipoll tax Housing Tightening of bank a return to curbs on time payment buying and a boost In federal bank gold California has ranked first among the states In the total value ol Its crops lor many The Golden state produces onethird of the nations andnearly onelialf ol the supply of fruits and over the Uj3L 1ISL ViJHO They left from here for ed the soldier to drop into see him much to his surprise learned Thomas was This man refused to know Herman Kimmel nel tooe over his pulling an act similar to Colonel Miller askj of his son when quizzed by the Army j goods Pr0dUC6S the Vlor remember a W When the The people still have some money ADOut sloo m cash was found at el Ukethe murder sceneln a cabin near the McCoy said the men were known to have had about among less afraid of the inflation than they are of a possible return to hard when store shelves are piled visited her Twentyfive Years Ago 1923 Gallagher is the fourth to have his name Inscribed on the Prentiss cup as a result of his victory over Nevius Friday to the finals of the annual handicap golf The Misses Ruth and Helen who have been visiting at the home of and have returned to their home to New York Miss Esther Wachs has gone to Seattle for a months visit with her Fifty Years 1898 The secretary of the Street Fair association is correspondence with the manager of a company having the only live shark in the country on exhibition andi prior to entering the Army was as student at New York WHEN A PHOTOGKAPHEE UNDER HIS BLACK IS HE LEGALLY PBO FKOM INJURY A A photographer set up his And two years to the 1346 Kimmel also sweeten ed the campaign kitty to the tune of So the American act of keeping a man from overseas duty paidj dividends to the Interesting Exports to Russia Inside fact is that Senator Fer guson stumbled onto William Bern Yellowstone National muctl to surprise learned Thomas was up ipr level of prjces and the valufi of jar and Fred Sladen 508 Main returnedthat was only 18 years and j Kimmel sent a helpful contribution money were academic Saturday from Beaumont where Sladenjthat the only experience he had of S250 to the congressman s camcause jobs 1 Iotivr n th to earn money at all Boss Crump Mum On Election Loss JP Crump steadfastly declined com today as tallying of final bal the alleged communist in thejtots made even more complete his Commerce when he to Thursdays Tennessee started investigating whether the mary 1 United States was still shipptoej With of approximately strategic goods to Russia and hen precincts an unofficial count of j MilBaokee Pete Walch has a nose for news and one of the fawns at the Centennial ex position has a nose for news editor of the Weyau wega Chronicle and former president of the Wisconsin Press attended the exposi tion opening He visited the Wisconsin con servation department exhibit and stuck his fingers through the wire cage of two He got After treatment at a first aid Walch returned to the Aniwer m ever take cut Ihfct incorfcixoe wltfe For Insurance KCE WALTER DOPKE Wen Ittephm the i the heaviest primary vote to the Seaatejstates history gave Gordon Brown it is probable it will be secured for the The shark tripod at the edge of the curb to is one of the largest ever being 16 feet take a picture of a new He George Meredith of At the regular meeting of the board of education I covered his head with a black cloth small business committee had tumiing the gubernatorial nomination which was held last Miss Demming wasand stayed under for over to Ferguson certain informaiby a score of to for Speed Speed Speed minutes while he focused the cam all A short way up the street an oil truck was but the driver had forgotten to set the Because of a slight the truck elected to succeed Miss Jennie The extreme heat made the attendance a churches small on Seventyfive Years Ago 1873 The blueberry trade is gradually but it over 500 bushels of blueberries came to by express on ed the oil market company for He blamed The new stone steps have been placed to position the accident on the drivers failure at the Broadway entrance of Pauls The to set the But the court stone came from the quarry refused to give him ruling Workmen have begun the improvements on the ex that he too was guilty of tion showing that strategic ma1 Crumpbacked incumbent Jim Me terials to Russia were being in the Commerce Here are some of the which have been shipped With precincts Rep exports iresentative Zstes Kefsuver had won A steel I the senatorial nomination with several tons of Judge John Mit for scrap shipped toJchelL Czechoslovakia a highspeed aerial also sent to Czechoslovakia an consigned to the in Interesting fact is that head of the Sovietsponsored broadtheir export was first turned down 6Hour Service on Wet Wash In by H oat by 5 CashNCarry 24hour service on pickap and iellvery casting company to Romania loco 1M rhUT vtAb ts J ir j t J J TI rr G tenor of Simpsons rubbing the brick and penThe judge said it was hardly pru motives to coal mirung ma chinery to and raw cotton to Czechoslovakia and While these goods were not great the an operation technically called tnckdent to shut ones eyes and stand ing we It xrtll give a fresh and new appearon the edge of a sidewalk in a busy to street for five at time by the licensing but later approved over their not by but by until recently chief of the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Pickup and delivery twice a day in aU parts of the offiers   

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