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   Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1948, Winona, Minnesota                              VOLUME 152 SATURDAY AUGUST 1948 FIVE CENTS PER COPY FOURTEEN PAGES The Alsops Policy In Greece AS ucccss By Joseph and Stewart Alsop Washington it is about time somebody pointed out that American loreign that always handy whipping has had a vitally im portant Almost wholly un Greece has been saved for the western Soviet control of the whole east i ern Mediterran which would have meant some p thing close to vic tory for the So viets in the great contest now In has been This has been accomplished thanks to the ef forts of the United and despite the loud protestations that Teacher to Reveal Her Story those efforts were foredoomed to SOVIET ADMITS FOOD CRISIS IN REICH ZONE Poor Russ Stripping of Sector For Berlin Get Blame Russiancontrol led press admitted today for the first time that serious food short ages exist in the Sovietoccupied Only nine months before the American program in Greece had zone of Commenting on a promise from Moscow to deliver tons of really taken the odds seemed fat to eastern Neues hardly better than even that Greece official newspaper of could be Almost threequarithe Sovietsponsored Socialist Unity ters of the land area of Greece was said the poor harvest has dominated by the backed had severe effects in recent by the Russian satellite states and commanded by Communist General Markos WITHIN THE last ten Mar kos has fled to His moun tain stronghold in the Grammos area has been cut A great deal of immensely difficult mopping up remains to be But one thine Is Short of war between West and there is not the slightest chance that Greece will fall within the Soviet sphere of The Greek army has done the using British and American But American Lieutenant General James Van Fleet and his 300 American officers can take a good deal of the credit for pulling the Greek army out of the lethargy and defeatism into which it had Jattiy of food shortages in the Sov sunk since its magnificent zone The severity of the crisis against Mussolini s Van1 Fleet is a former football anc he has employed much the same methods for instilling the old team spirit in the dispirited Greek soldiers as he used in his foctball The paper said that even in nor mal harvest years the late summer months were critical as regards the food Well informed experts have re cognized there would be a serious shortage of fat because of the be low average 1948 the paper The promised fat from the Rus it would clos the gap for a certain Answer Request The Sovietlicensed news agency ADN said last night the promls from Moscow came In answer to a request by the Soviet military ad ministration to ensure the supply of foodstuffs in eastern There have been frequent reports British Share 246 Million Largest Slice Since Start of Program Italy Next Given Protective Custody by BULLETIN today demanded full control over Oksana Stepanovna and the United States tn effect flatly rejected the New York Oksanajtection of the United Suites gov Stepanovna seriously iniernment when she accepted a sub Paris Britain got the bigjured when she jumped from a winpoena to appear as a witness before Its Forward Section Shattered by an the tanker Pan Georgia rides in Hampton after Its crew had extinguished a fire which followed the blast Wirephoto to The Re Oddly this peculiarly Am erican technique seems worked THESTRATEGY was also largely of Van Fleets He used a twopronged attack along the Al banian border to cut the guerrillas oil from their satellite supply It was Van Fleets assessment that bis strategy must force the satellites either to join the civil war overtly or to abandon and that the satellites would choose the second He was and his strate gy is now Thit success is the most important consequence ol the American effort In but it is not the only Last the Greek govern ment was in chaos and the Greek economy was suffering from gallop tag The American headed by Governor Dwlght Grts was still green at Its strange and had hardly begun to Junc THE Greek govern ment has been quietly As a of Greeces under paid and exceedingly purchasable civil servants have been dropped from the Despite loud cries from the rich crop of redtape artists in the government is being The ministry of the most corrupt and in efficient department in a govern ment remarkable for Its corruption and has been restaffed from top to the Greek economy is slowly being forced back on an even became apparent last week when the Communist press reportec strong punitive measures agains food hoarders in the Russian zone The western licensed German press in Berlin speculated that the to have shortages have been causec by Soviet requisitioning of food Irom its zone to meet the announc ed plan to feed all including the blockaded western Dispatches in western which the Russians have not denied lave reported hunger deznonstra dons recently in many cities of the Soviet The American zone has been hav ing its own food although of a different Mass Demonstration Some Germans took part Thursday in mass demonstrations in the zone against high food prices and policies of the American Military Sixteen Air Force F80 jet fighter planes took off today from Germany on the first lap of a transatlantic flight to the United The air base at will be the first stop of the Shooting Stars which arrived in Germany July 25 after a flight from the HubbyHunter Gets Her Six Children The Greek budget is The disastrous inflation has been Stopped dead in its While the civil war has been reconstruction has gone for The vital Corinth canal was reopened a month amid much The three most important Greek harbors are already and work is in progress on Eight hundred miles of hard Danube Parley Turns Down New Bid Yugoslavia The international conference on control of the Danube river rejectj ed today by a vote of six to three j a proposed United States amend ment specifically guaranteeing equality on the The conference then recessed un til The vote again was along east west Ambassador Cavendish Can ly morejhari a collection of jwtholes non had charged that the pact a few months have been re In a how would permit Russia to dominate Europes most important inland wa ever slowly and is nine to come to j THERE IS much left to guerrillas are not yet the I IIHC Greek economy is still i i and above all the Greek ASKeQ tO is still no model either of efficiency or liberal The newsweekly Akh One conclusion is simply that first bar El Yom said today that the things must come first It is fatuous i Egyptian government has asked to expect a healthy political life in Don correspondent for Time a country whose very life is threat ened by civil war sponsored from and whose economy is teet ering on the brink of When the civil was is finally brought to an and when the Greek omy is npain there will be a free This will probably tnfce place nest and only will real reform i of the corrupt and reactionary Greek government be THE SECOND conclusion which our experience in Greece suggests is political innocents though Am ericans may we are still capable of accomplishing a good deal more than many Americans had The fact is messy as it the job in Greece had to be And it Is being Call it im perialism if you but it is saving Greece for the free and sav ing the free world in the Senator Chavez Rests Following Operation Dennis Chavez Was re ported resting comfortably in an Albuquerque hospital early today after a major abdominal Annette Newman nod the win ner of her husband hunting derby were looking like mad today for a six or seven room Newman figures shell need a place that large for the six children shell be tailng care of after the wedding Thurs day or The husband hunting derby began when the 30yearold Camden divorcee entered newspaper office mod asked if she could advertise for a hus The editor listened to her story and then wrote an article In his paper about New She wanted a hnsband who didnt spend all bin time guzz ling beer and preferably one who was s widower with chiid I got what I was ibe told a reporter last Ton have to go after something if you really want The prospective bridegroom Is 30yearold construction worker from His name is John Taylor and hes handsome and a wid He has six children rang ing in age from five to The eldest is a I thought it was an a pub licity Taylor but I went to see Ana Did you change your mind a reporter She Taylor After the marriage In Phila the couple and the six children wfll move in with Taylors mother and Theyll stay there only as long as WalkieTalkies Available Soon For Civilians Washington jp Citizens radios camerasized private broadcasting stations will be on the market Patterned after the wartime the twoway radio is expected to reach quantity pro duction in the near and the Federal Communications commission said yesterday it will begin licensing citizenbroadcasters The commission said it will take suggestions on regulations governing he new stations until October Each set will require an FCC The tea to 50watt power output will give the radios a maximum range about equal to the distance Autopsy Ordered in Death of Winonan gest portion of American aid durfngidow of the Soviet consulate where first four months of operation I she claimed she was was of the European Recovery under the protective cus France was close Itody of the federal government I Since April when the program i today Britain has received The 52yearold Russian school 000 worth of Prance got teacher formally was granted pro worth and Italy was third with The total figure of had been previously announced in Eurj An American spokesman said this is the first disclosure of allocations approved for specific More than onefifth of Britains Floods Rack Europe London and floods spread extensive damage and hard or were1 ship across much of Britain and Britain was the hardest Riv swollen by unseasonable Another worth continental Europe went for wheat Other leading products Britain1 drew were worth of peti rains spilled into vll roleum worth lages and Five main line of nonferrous metals and bridges and at least 000 worth of highway spans were swept away by1 France drew worth Coroner Tweedy announced at noon that an autopsy wheat worth erf wheat der country will be performed on a 32yearold Winona man found deadjnour and a mixed all some ll000 Dewey Aim early this morning of injuries apparently suffered in a fall down a stairway at his downtown The body of George 251V4 East Third was discovered shortly after 6 today by Hlldegarde Bielefeld In the rear of her tavern at 229 East Third Bielefeld immediately called police and Dr who was summoned to ex amine tbe pronounced the man Earlier this at police were notified by a telephone caller that a man was lying uncon scious at the foot of rear stair way at 251 East Third Upon officers were unable to find person described in the tele phone call but determined In later inquiries that the man was prob ibly Chief of Police Bingold and 3hief of Detectives Everett Laak launched an investigation into cir umstances regarding the accident this morning and learned that three jersons had noticed the man lyingi n the stairway entrance and had arried him across the street where they placed him on a cot In tbe rear of the Unaware of Utermoehls injuries stated that the only out ward sign of injury was a small cut and bruise at the base of the mans trio summoned Bielefeld who permitted them to leave the man on a cot in a room at the rear of the East Keep In Control Of Senate lotment of cotton and petrol The office of Averell special representative in Eur announced the following break down of ERP operations by coun tries in tons and dollar amounts from April 3 to July 30 Country Long Tons Austria S Prance Greece Iceland All Machinery Italy Britain Trieste Bizonla Germany Zone Germany trie House unAmerican activities The subpoena was served at her bedside in Roosevelt hospital by Robert the committees chief Stripling said the action placed KosenlCna in protective custody of the United Soviet Ambassador Alexander Panyushkin today held an unprece dentedly long conference with Under Secretary Lovett at the State de partment and then strode swiftly and grimly from the The center of a bizarre iugofwar between toplevel diplo matic circles here and In was asked If she had any objection to appearing before the committee and replied in the Strip ling Gather Information federal and state law enforcement agencies were assem bling information In the 011 Authorities carefully declined to irkLiuiiVJ VOA uv north England and southern Scot1 discuss whether criminal prosecu Governor Thomas Dewey was reported S IH Japan Alerted today to be planning an entensive tuoBf ia oe pnvniimg au i rN i campaign in states where RepubiUn VJ D3V Anniversary lean senatorial candidates face stiff Democratic Occupation forces An associate of the presij today were alerted for possible dential nominee told a reporter trouble in Tokyo and Yokohama that Dewey would expend every effort to keep the Republicans in control of the They now outnumber the Democrats 51 to tomorrow on the third anniversary of Japans Japanese have scheduled meet ings and parades to observe the He added that the Dewey gists also were planning a vigorous Koreans will use the same occa Fourth who with her bus tegy and band and Joe also re siding discovered Uter moehl lying in the ex plained that he seemed to be sleep Ing when they found Bielefeld became alarmed and called police when she discov ered that the man appeared to be dead later in the A Utermoehl was bom in and had re sided here for about 25 He campaign generally in the hope of piling up what he called a big prestigebuilding majority for the New York Close senatorial races are In pro spect in several including Kentucky and West Dewey and his top advisers have conferred for the last two days and the evenings on campaign stra was a member of the Winona posl of the Veterans of Foreign He is survived by his Stella with whom he resided a 251 East Third and a Elmer Minnesota Funeral services will be held Mon day at 2 at the Breitlow fu neral home and burial will be in the Fountain City to leave the average man can Estranged Parents Stall Rare Bladder Operation on 2 Egypt Rejects Jewish Bid to Peace Parley Stockholm The Egyptian government notified Count Folke Bemadotte today that it had re jected Israels proposal for direct that the desire of a United States Palestine peace talks between the pilot to get away from civilization Chicago A 22months old baby girl played happily to day as legal and medical author ities sought to decide whether or not to perform an operation that might give her chance to The child is Pamela Frances She was bom with a rare deformity her bladder is outside her body that re quires major surgery to Doctors have given the child two to three years to live with out the Her estranged over the question of laid the problem in the lap of Judge Walter of subur ban sitting in superior The a ship ping filed suit to compel the to agree to the Said the mother in court I live for my I want her as long as I can have Id lose her forever if she were operated Said the father I love her just as I want her to have a chance to The fathers Louis toid the The child has no chance of survival without an operation and one chance in 100 with an There are people living in Chi cago who have survived such an The mothers Charles I understand it is wishful to believe the chance of success would be one in It is near one in Physicians have advited as against an Missing of Geologist Found Search for two missing planes was called off Friday after reports indicated the sion to celebrate the third year of their liberation from Japanese roads were blocked Homes and farm buildings were carried livestock crops anrt industrial property and machinery were destroyed or dam Property damage was estimated at or In weather experts said the first ten days of August were wettest in ten A storm 350 sheep over a cliff to death In the French high hall and severe electrical storms crops in northern Floods Central Germany had the heav lest rainfall of the Berlin was drenched by a two hour cloud Two Die in Blast At Laboratory Pittsburgh Two chemical engineers were killed and four other persons Injured yesterday In a gas cylinder blast at the ex jerimental laboratories of the S Bureau of Mines at 13 miles south of President Readies Double Blast at GOP Truman loaded bis elephant gun today for doublebarreled blast at Republicans for trampling bis budgetary and antiinflation He is due to fire the first shot tomorrow night when he re leases his midyear budget Some high government officials have predicted a treasury deficit of was Mayor William OTDwyer said the police department was turn ing over details of its investigation of the case to federal and state prosecutors for Last officials of the the State department and the city police met in an rifcurlong confer ence in the office of United States Attorney John Pravda charged today that Am erican Intelligence agents wearing New York police uniforms violated international law by entering the Soviet consulate in New York after the plunge of a Russian school The Communist party newspaper said the American intelligence serv ive is guilty of a crude violation of the Immunity of the Soviet con sular building in New Tass Charge Reprinting a Tass dispatch from New York on the case of Ko the newspaper said When Kosenkina after her fall was already brought into the con agents of the American In violating Its recognized burst Into the consulate They subjected Kosenkinas room o a seized a purse belonging to Kosenkina and Its contents and jy force took Kosenkina to a hos These acts of arbitrary force by American police are a clear violation f the consular statute and of recog nized international law and are in jontradlctloa to the declaration of epresentatives of the State epartment on its Intention to ob the norms of international four aboard them as much as for the year ending next June The income tax reduc tion law which Truman says a rocket to prices was ex flpected to get most of the blame for Margaret retired geolthe budget alterations since Jan ogist of the University of when the President forecast her pilot and presumably tbe pilots a surplus of wife were reported safe and Miss Oldenburg was reported miss ing Wednesday by Pilot Ernie Boffa of Canadian Pacific He radioed today the cryptic message that the party had been Her searching for geological had been based on Pelly 200 miles southeast of Bathurst inlet on the Arctic Poor radio communication made it impossible for the Northwest Air command to get further details about the finding of the With Miss Oldenburg were Bud veteran northland and pre sumably his the command said The second blast was scheduled for the White House Truman will act on the new antiInflation bill turned out in the last days of the special session of Jinx Has Her Baby On Friday the 13th New York Jinx Fal kenborp McCrary gave birth yesterday to an eightpound her second The for mer model and film star wax expected to be back to work with her Tex Mc to time for their radio Tex and Jinx nert Wed Arabs and for a while may account for tbe the President was exYniIfL CnaJ C1C rted to complete action yesterj Ollm rlfied ffJ pected to complete day on the which restores the governments power to control j some retail and bank j The Federal Reserve board was p ror 5 Die in Collision Near Tijuana Five Ameri including James Walter former California Democratic party and his the former Klatne Hammerstein of the were killed in a spectacular auto crash last night 12 miles south of an investigating officer was at the wheel of an ex pensive sedan that crashed Into a car driven by a The six occupants of the Mexican car suf fered minor In addition to Kays and his the dead were Richard about whose residence was given as the Los Angeles Jane Shafer of reported all set to clamp down the Judge Allen Young fined a youth JLos and her new consumer credit rules provid ed in the bill possibly Tues yesterday for beating a 15year old but spent more tune de day or They would beilivertng a denunciation of the girls come effective 30 days Unless Truman vetoes parents who were not In the This is a deplorable easy payment plans judge declared from the become less easy on or around a disgrace I think its hjih tember Tentative arrangementstime that parents took a hand In uiu iui a wiiue may account lor toe f j TI In a cable to the United Nations fact that he has not been for a onethird down payment the Gladys Goldie Kremlin Talks To Continue the Egyptian governby ment said the Egyptians could not Since he was reported missing accept the stand of the Irsaeli Air Force craft have cov govemrnent that it could discuss ered many thousands of square miles the future of any part of Palesjof territory between here and on radios and washing ma chines and a 20 per cent down Bemadotte said the Jews had approached rrirn with the idea of direct negotiations with the He added he had relayed the in Grande 242 air miles bis reported destination after leaving officials said they word from vitation to the Arab states at the request of Israeli Foreign Mmisterinad written a friend a letter saying on furniture and The time in which complete pay ment must be made will be held to Judge Young was informed the London Talks between parents were too busy working officials and envoys of the attend court itnree western powers will continue in the foreign office an Moshe jhe was leaving civilization for ajpurchases of more 15 officials Somewas merchants have offered two three year Installment plans the wartime credit control expired last Sales of or less will be ex but the old of Waukesha for the which highway 1830 early exemption for win WEATHER FEDERAL FORECASTS and vicinity Gen ana Four Executed in Malaya For Having Loaded Arms Earlier Bemadotte held out hope psratanfnt Palestine settle of a ment in vr as Arabs jews bat Singapore Four Chinese when a scaffold broke and a snpjand one Malayan were hanged in porting pole pinned him by capital of the n neck against a silo on which hejration of today for possesmorrow at again tonight with low est Moderate temperature Sun The Egyptian government letter apparently wasjbe changed to cover prices up to I For the security council had providedjiaaued from here last to match the rising costerally fair tonight and for himself to soggest sucn things as solutions to Palestine of the security Strangled the Egyptians Egypt i c LL U D i had obeyed Bemadottes orders forlAS SCaiTOlU Breaks cease fire in the but exj pected any solution for permanent peace to come from was strangled Friday day highest LOCAL WEATHER Official observations for the 2t hours ending at 12 today 82 56 79 none sun nounced It did not disclose what headway has been made to ward resolving the Berlin There will be a further spokesman told a news He did not say when it will bt Romania Credit Agencies Nationalized sets tonight at sun rises tothe Romania Thft Romanian government took over all banking and credit facilities ot the nation A issuedby the presidium of tbe national announced was of loaded Additional weather on page No new credit or banking Insti Itotioos will be to   

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