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   Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1949, Winona, Minnesota                              COLD, WINDY TONIGHT, TUESDAY SUPPORT YOUR COMMUNITY CHEST VOLUME 49, NO. 229 WINONA, MINNESOTA, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 14, 1949 FIVE CENTS PER COPY EIGHTEEN PAGES TODAY- Politics Warming Up in State By Jack Welnberg St. onrush of activity aimed at next year's election by the Democratic-Farmer-Labor par ty presents little cause for worry on the part of 1949 House Speak- er John A. Hartle of Owatonna.' One of the top leaders of the con-, servative majority in the House Representatives, Hartle believes! the liberals are shooting their wadi far too early to do much good. In fact, he believes the conservatives will benefit by the D.-F.L. attack at this early stage of the game. He thinks the conservative majority not only will retain its hold but will pick up a few representatives who last session lined up with the liberal minority group. Although Hartle isn't ready to name any names, he said he has received assurances from a number of sol- ons that in 1951 they will switch allegiance from the liberal to the conservative group. And some of the names, he intimates, are im- portant ones. Not quite so sure, in fact very pessimistic about the whole thing is Representative George French of Minneapolis, an avowed con- servative and one of its leaders. Unless French deliberately is cry- ing "wolf" to throw the opposi- tion out of step, he thinks the con- servative legislature as well as the Republican party itself are in for the fight of their lives. He is of the opinion that the party bicker- ing going on' among the state's con-, stitutlonal officers as well as what he calls the developing feeling of bitterness between the members of the legislature and the governor will give the D.-F.L. party an cellent chance to take over state' government in January, 1951. State Senator Frank Dougherty of Fairmont, an upper chamber conservative, is inclined to go along with French in his size-up of the situation. The senator said It has been many years since the Republican party has been so bad Stray Bullets Kill 2 Hunters Republican-Herald photos One Woman Was the two cars shown above collided on highway 35, near Bluff siding, Wis., Sunday night. Injured in the mishap was Mrs. Claire Flourne of Red Wing, a passenger in the car the right which was driven by her husband. Donald Wantock, 119 Zumbro street, the driver of the car at the left, escaped injury in the accident. Wreckage Of The Car Driven by J. H. Hereld, 59, Bagley, Wis., is shown above. He was injured Sat- urday afternoon at Minneiska, Minn., when his car collided with a semltank truck on highway 61. Mr. Hereld this morning was in serious condition at Wlnona General hospital with a fractured skull, a brain concussion, broken nose and broken lower right leg. The truck driver, Albinus F. Preimesberger of St. Paul, was uninjured. Mr. Hereld previously was reported to be a resident of Minneapolis. ly split up and that talk he has heard doesn't augur too well for the G.O.P. next year. But Repre- sentative Stanley Holmquist 01 Grove City, a staunch supporter of the governor, can't quite agree. He said that the Arkansas bond squab- ble, for example, seems to have had little Impact on voters out his way. Even Representative Floyd Flom of Glenwood, another strong backer of the governor, couldn't see eye to eye with Holmquist on that one. He is of the opinion the G.O.P. has a very difficult job ahead for itself to offset the work being done by the opposition D.Pi. KING TAKES AGGRESSIVE Unless all signs are deceiving, State Auditor Stafford King is get- ting set to tangle with Governor Luther Youngdahl for the Republi- can nomination as governor next year. The auditor still is smarting under the governor's By James J. Strebig, Associated Press Aviation Writer Vice-president Barkley's close call in what a Window Robbed At La Crosse W? .3 Hurt in Wave of Aut Collides With Blimp bomber's crew said was a near collision with a commercial blimp near Washington appeared certain today to speed up studies on separating traffic around airports. The popular who is to be married next Friday, was unaware of the Incident at the time. Crew members said the Air Force B-17 in i which he was a passenger roared Acheson Plans Drive to Halt Reds in East By John M. Hightower La Crosse, Wis. jewlery Accidents Over Weekend mond rings and watches, told "newsman" atTHartf of timber to shatter the plate glass. last night he "didn't know a thing" about it. It happened last Thursday night but did not become known except by those immediately until last night. This was the third incident of its general nature reported in the By Gordon Holte Saturday's rain and drizzle which created hazardous driving condi- store display window was smash- tions on Winona area highways and streets were cited as contributing j ed early todav bv a thief who in nearly a dozen traffic accidents reported to Winona authorities:   Iduring the weekend. j caped with worth of dia-j Tbiee persons received treatment at the Winona General hospital j for injuries suffered in traffic mishaps Saturday and of the costliest weekends of driving noted here in recent months. Most seriously injured was J. H. Hereld of Bagley, Wis., who suffered! severe head injuries and multiple fractures when his car crashed into a gasoline tank truck at Minneiska The club was found on the side- walk in front of Paul's Jewelry store in an outlying business dis-l trict. A resident living: across the street from the store heard was the day on which a Bolivian fighter plane collided with a bigj H j fl t. w be.oom ss fir man scooplng les into a bag. George Brooks .and his blood- Washington With commercial airliner, killing 55 per- hounds were caUed by police, but unity newly-reinforced in Europe B_n carrying Barkley to smarng of State Acheson returnsiwashington was a special air mis- said. the dogs were able to trace the less than two blocks, officers Judge Roland J, Steinle ordered bond deal attack nnd would like'to Washington this week. He plane based at Boiling air nothing better than to crack backjtake up next several important de-jbase across the Potomac river at the chief executive. In the last1 week King has taken the aggres-1 slve which, if continued, will rally considerable support to his side. He did it first members of the council demanding an open hearing on the Tioga mines extension ofi leases which Youngdahl had first, delayed. The King letter was fol- lowed two days later by one from the governor setting November 28; as the date for such a hearing.! th drlve is arrival are due, too, to clarify policies with respect to situation. most immediate step, I be to join with Presi-1 in welcoming the Shah, of Iran. They will discuss _r from National airport. It had pick- led up Barkley at Paducah, Ky., !late in the afternoon. Captain William R. Humrich-! "33, hero of 113 combat mis-! in the southwest Pacific, re-j ported that despite a special watch by his crew the four-engine bomb-j er was above and within 50 feet of the blimp before seeing it. Humrichouse did not see thej twin-engined gas bag but November 28 at 9 a.m. man, charged with the first de- gree muder of Dr. James Mc- Loone, prominent La Crosse phy- sician, was brought before Judge Steinle today to hear his trial date set. The names of 55 jurors were or- dered added to the 30 already em of the crew said they The next offensive maneuver by, King resulted in stealing the thun-l der of the governor and his vet-! erans affairs commissioner d Iran is the other. Acheson Keturnmg Acheson is due here Tuesday at d of a week- ong Pans.l on the visit he talked vith The B-17 landed without further incident at National airport a cou- ple of minutes later. The Civil Aeronautics board safety respect to the initial bonus checks: Whue on te visi e ae vi; Aeronautics Wlllinm wlBntish and French foreign ministers, ati._ int.prnw.ts the organization of Western sent out. Commissioner William Revier was setting ceremony in _, uu: first cheeks. Instead. King a flying tour of key points in newsmen when the checks western.Germany, seL _ __ jmands which interprets enforces them, already are eiuiiK up H emorces mem, tureauy aic connection with including German} and then problem of air traf- ___ j-Jn fl f lirlnfr f 1 r nniVltC 111 J uaration, spurred by de- came 10 him for signatures and! Administration officials here photographs showing the the confidence which Achesoiy week an Eastern constela- and State Treasurer Julius A. Sch-i has displayed in his European state- ffled laint that an Air mahl signing the warrants got that the Pans meeting B_25 had nearly colllded to the newspapers. Revier's plan solid progress toward solung the: sQUth rf the alrport. It sald had lo bo abandoned. jBreat problems of Europe s future. near.nit carae while the air- Paul Onsrud, store owner, Said the loot included 11 boxes of dia- mond rings and five watches. He placed his loss at Burlington Holdup Man Shot by Police Burlington, Iowa A 50- year-old man was shot to death early today by two Burlington po- licemen after he had held up aithe charge______. barbecue on the outskirts of death two years city. ivember 14. The victim was identified by po-j m lice as Harry J. Maybee, employedjr C-f- by a farm service company Jcii New Flight Record Judge Orders Larson Jury Panel of 94 La Crosse, Wis. ffl Circuit May, Garssons Ordered to Serve Terms Saturday afternoon. The 59-year-old man is still con- The Supreme court today in effect ordered for- Collision, Hemorrhage Add to Toll Accidents Fatal To 6 in Wisconsin Over Weekend By The Associated Press Stray bullets killed two Minne- sota hunters over the weekend as ilhe deer hunting season opened. 'Another hunter was found dead, [apparently the victim of a cere- bral hemorrhage. A fourth hunt- ;er was killed in a car crash. j The dead: Frank B. Auld, about !a7. Northern Pacific Railway fire- man at Staples, fatally shot in nearby Wndena county. A stray bul- let struck him in the forehead. Tom E. Lesec, 28, St. Paul, a duck hunter, killed by a bullet be- lieved fired from a deer hunter's rifle. Reuben W. Keehn, 52, Nashwaufc mining engineer, who died of a cerebral hemorrhage while hunt- ing near Nashwauk. John J. Zeigler, 35, Hutchinson, killed in the crash of a car while bound north on a deer hunting trip. Harry Callender, 15, of Nor. thome, disappeared Sunday while deer hunting with a group of riends near Gemmell, ten miles northeast of here. Volunteers from Northome, and Mispah started a search for him. The boy was last seen about 2 p.m. Sunday when his party be- an a drive through the woods. Another hunter, Donald McBride. about 19, Of South International Falls, returned to his home Sun- day morning after being lost in the woods Saturday nignt. Accidents caused the deaths of six persons in Wisconsin over the weekend. Englertv Milwaukee. was crushed to death Saturday uwbuv when 300-pound furnace dome fined in the hospital today and his mer Representative J. On him He was sliding- the condition is described by attendingjand the cureson breathers to begin dome into basement, step by physicians as He is re- jservmg prison sentenp.-es imposed on steD down a stairway, when he ported to have suffered a fractured them for wartime bribery and con- skull, brain concussion, fractured nose, fractured riuht leg, multiple bruises. this city's all-time record jury list' The accident occurred today as he set the opening of the 1 12: 30 p. m., Saturday when Arnold Larson murder trial for] car crashed into the rear of a gaso- spiracy. j line truck driven by Albinus F. Larson, a 35-year-old auto sales-jPreimesberger of St. Paul as the Joyce Poff, 15, of Union Center, The tribunal for the second timejwls was Billed Saturday when die was drivmg left rolled over near She was thrown refused to review the tri.ils which at about resulted in eight to 24-month prison jth roa i Hereld's terms for May. and Henry and ray Garsson. road nnd wis __ ,f m 'Ulg car and pinned beneath two vehicles rounded a curve ln! Hereld apparently failed to nego- tiate the curve and crashed into the rear wheels of the truck. The May, now 74, was charged with wrcckage. A passenger, Ber- from the Garssons 16, of Elroy, escap- them to get war with be Goldenberg, 83, was killed who military committee. and killing a Farrell L. Prue, 40, paneled by the circuit court. of the truck was broken and reserves brought the total to 94 from which the jury will be select- ed. pleaded innocent to Hereld's car was virtually wrecked. Bicyclist Injured A 12-year-old Winona bicyclist u niiiuuciii, LU Dr. McLoone was. on No- he was about three months. His driver's license carried a Scranton, Iowa, address. Maybee was fatally wounded in an exchange of shots shortly af- ter he had. help up the barbecue. automobile to the shortly before 6 p. Saturday, Taken to the Winona General hos- pital in a Stevens Service ambu- lance was Henry Ramer, son of Mr. tril The thrde then1 duck hunter, recoSde' Milwaukee, Saturday in a row- he court to reconsiaer -t-n miles Chief Justice Vinson foygan' Justice Clark took no part in the west of consideration of the requests. Roman Stieber 55, Colby hard May and the Garssons have been ware store operator, was ki ed free on S2.000 bond since theirjSaturday when his pickup auck conviction in July, 1947. jand a Soo Line .freight tram col- Today's action presumably at.a "ossmg: in uo the court's doors finally on May and i Mrs. Marie ocnuowt, bridKelthe Garssons. They have the light son, died yesterday from lav to file a request for permission to suffered Saturday night when she submit a second plea for reconsider-was struck by a car while cass- ation of the October 10 denial. ing a Madison street.________ His body was found in a field SOOineapolis in a new record time of yards away from the holdup scene, three hours and 46 minutes. Air- and Mrs. Henry J. Ramer, 909 Pj lines today said one of its who was riding Stratocruisers had traveled the on his bicycle when the ac-j 408 miles between Seattle and Min- cident occurred at the north end of MISCELLANY Tax collections by the state con-j tinue their upward trend with October revenue of re- ported by Tax Commissioner G. Howard Spaeth a 22.5 per cent; increase over the October, 1948.! yield. .State Representative Ar-i thur Gillen of South St. Paul; wants to know whether these; threat? of abandoning Minnesota! liner was climbing to cruising alti- jtude and the bomber was making a 'practice instrument or "blind" ap- proach to Boiling field. At about the same time, an Air Force B-25 complained to the Boll- ing control tower that an Eastern Constellation had endangered him iby making an improper turn over I the airbase after taking off from New York Rt. Rev. i National. Bishop Manning Critically III for the mining of iron ore T. Manning. 83-year-oldj Frank Getty issued a statement where are sertous or mere Protestant Episcop'al behalf of Goodyear Tire and He has asked the legislative of New York, was reported I Rubber Company, which operates search committee, of which he m today at St. Luke's1 an advertising blimp here, after ._ --..j.. -r 'disclosure of the Barkley incident night. Getty said an investiga of n member, to make a study ul.nospjtni competitive iron ore cs-j The Epent a the pccially in Labrador, ht nou.cver physicians said. Ition by CAA had absolved and South America, to learn what, Manning was pilot of blame. Getty said the situtation really is like. not responding to CAA found the Goodyear blimp Minnesota taxpayers next year wlll.doctors said ]ast night. They have 1 was not in a restricted zone or feel the brunt of the heavy build-, made pllbiic the nature" of his: violating any rules, ing: program WEATHER FEDERAL FORECASTS Winona and vicinity: Mostly clou- aud- The retired bishop has been a> legislature, now that the _ itor has set 8.69 mills as the at the hospital since No- perty tax levy for state Purposes. 4. He returned from a va- This is an increase of 1.9- m Maine November i and over the rate in effect this ,ie nospital. for a periodic 2 Air National Guardsmen Killed Canon ThomaT A. Sparks, of tonight. Tuesday partly cloudy. Cathedral of St. John the Divine, iContmued ratoer cold and windy, said the results of the checkup :Low tonight 32 m the city 28 in were not as favorable as had beenjthe country: high Tuesday 48. expected. I LOCAL WEATHER "ihe bishop's wife and two daugh-! Official observations for the 24 ters and Bishop Charles K. Gil- hours ending at 12 m. Sunday: i__ who succeeded Manning oni Maximum. 53: minimum, 37; noon, yesterday when their B-.5 win en-j hn-niVai io.tP venter-hours ending at 12 m. today: gincd light bomber crashed while to the hospital late jester j Maximumb49; Je. noon. Canon Sparks said Bishop precipitation, none; sun sets to- Th? dMd Ter? First Lieutenant'ning received communion and had W at sun rises tomorrow Tnhn Bereman 32. and Staff- visitors yesterday, and geWt 25. fully conscious. I (Additional Weather On Page 9.) the bridge. The driver of the car, Joe Kundc. 450 Mankato avenue, was question- ed by Buffalo County Sheriff Henry Rhyner of Alma. Wis., regarding de- tails of the accident. Sheriff Rhyner released Kimda under S500 bond Saturday night but ordered that his car be held by police here pending a further inves- tigation of the accident. Sunday, Sheriff Rhyner ordered the release of the car and the bond which had been posted by Kunda. The youth was confined in the hospital overnight but was Sunday after examinations failed to reveal serious injuries. A'dmitted to the hospital for treatment of minor Injuries Sunday night was Mrs. Claire Flourne, Red Trees Two Winonans After Gun Gets Jammed By Adolph Brcmer Some people will go to a pack of trouble just to shoot a deer. Take Leslie Moody, for in- stance. In the opening hours of the deer-shooting season today he broke his gun, nearly shot his thumb off and was treed by a wounded deer, With trouble like that he should be rewarded with a deer, but he wasn't. However, little things don't jwing, a passenger in an automobile bother Moody. He was headed Prince Charles Philip Arthur George, Prince of Edinburgh, who celebrates his first birthday today, poses for an anniversary picture with his mother, Princess Elizabeth of England. Wirephoto to The Republican-Herald.) j involved in a collision on highway 35. near Bluff Siding, Wis., at about p. m., yesterday. Mrs. Floume and a small child were riding in a car driven by Mr. I Flourne when the accident occurred. According to Sheriff Rhyner. Donald Wantock, 119 Zumbro street, was driving' south on high- iway 35 when the car immediately ahead of him slowed suddenly to i turn off the highway. Wantock turned into the north jlane of traffic to avoid colliding with the car ahead of him and I drove into the path of the Flourne j automobile. First Aid At Hospital I An ambulance was summoned to Itake Mrs. Flourre to the hospital ibut she was released after receiv- ing first aid treatment for cuts and j bruises. Meanwhile, a La Crosse man was killed in a head-on collision near Chamberlin, S. Saturday. Victim of the mishap was 20-year- old George Robert Haas who had (Continued on Page 9, Column 2.) MISHAPS for the woods again at noon, out to get the deer that already has given him troubles. If persistence and sacrifice wiil do it, Moody should get the animal. He's even disregarding the advice of a doctor in going back to the woods. The doctor says he should rest a while, "but I told him I didn't have time for Moody explains. The day began peacefully enough for Moody, although'he had stayed up most of the night trying to fix his gun. Early this morning he parked his car near the Biesanz stone quarry and then he and his 12-year-old son, Virgil, started up the hill. About 8 a.m. they spotted the rear end of a deer sticking from behind a tree, some 40 yards away. Moody fired, the deer came into full view and he prepared to reload. The gun went off before he had the shell fully in the cham- ber, and Moody had a badly mangled thumb. "But I didn't pay any atten- tion to my thumb. I knelt down and tried to fix the gun. It's an old pump gun, but the ejector doesn't work. I worked on it five or ten minutes. All the time the deer was standing there, looking at us. "All at once the boy yelled, 'He's coming after us. I got this tree.' "So I grabbed another tree. But when the buck saw we were in the trees, he stopped and walked away." But even then Moody wasn't worrying about his thumb. Be- fore "walking the mile and a half or so down to the car, be looked around for the deer. Then be finally decided to leave Virgil there while he drove to their home at 523 Macemon street. He got an old- er son, Jack, drove back to their parking place, tramped up the hill, looked a while for the deer and then he finally came to Winona to see a doctor, leaving the two sons on the scene. By that time it was nearly three Bours after the accident. A little later. Moody, looking at his thumb, commented, "The doctor said he would try to save it. He wanted me to rest a while. "I'm going after that deer again, but I'm afraid somebody else will get him. It's full of hunters out there." He walked off, looking for someone who would lend him a gun.   

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