Winona Republican Herald, January 27, 1950

Winona Republican Herald

View full pageStart a free trial

Issue date:

Pages available: 16

Previous edition:

Next edition:

NewspaperARCHIVE.com - Used by the World's Finest Libraries and Institutions

About Winona Republican Herald

Publication name: Winona Republican Herald

Location: Winona, Minnesota

Pages available: 38,914

Years available: 1947 - 1954

Learn more about this publication

About NewspaperArchive.com

  • 2.16+ billion articles and growing everyday!
  • More than 400 years of papers. From 1607 to today!
  • Articles covering 50 U.S.States + 22 other countries
  • Powerful, time saving search features!
Find your ancestors now
Start your Genealogy Search now
See with your own eyes the newspapers your great-great grandparents held.

View sample pages : Winona Republican Herald, January 27, 1950

Get access to these newspapers Plus 2.16+ billion other articles

OCR Text

Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1950, Winona, Minnesota WARMER TONIGHT, SATURDAY FIGHT POLIO WITH HE MARCH OF DIMES VOLUME 49, NO. 290 WINONA, MINNESOTA, FRFDAY EVENING, JANUARY 27, 1950 FIVE CENTS PER COPY SIXTEEN PAGES -21 Last Night; 10 Above Tonight TODAY- H-Bomb Decision Expected By Joseph and Stewart Alsop Washington The signs now suggest that President Truman will give the order for making the hy- drogen bomb. On the one hand, there is the common sense Truman Master Atlantic Defense Plan Military Details Will Remain Allied Secret No Matter What the Mercury, They Work Outside Washington President Tru-. ,_.ian approved the master defense) ment. Refusing to manufacture for the North Atlantic area absolute weapon while a potential I today. His action turned loose the enemy is permitted to do so isjfuji voted by Con- tantamount to delayed surrender. jgress to bolster Western Europe On the other hand, there is any Russian attack, political argument. If the Presi-; The president set the gigantic dent shrinks back from this program into motion ble act, a less nice-minded Con-jwlth an orcjer authorizing Secre- gress will probably override of state Dean Acheson to Such are the reasons why thelstart gunSi tanks, planes, ships President is tending towards end-jancl raw materials rolling to eight ing the present debate within Atlantic allies, government by an affirmative He took the history step shortly swer. There Is. however, one maniafter the elght countries signed who can conceivably alter the agreements that will govern of State Dean G.lthe flow of arrns abroad. Acheson. I Truamn, in a statement, Acheson holds the deciding vote declared that the military pro- in a curiously balanced situation, gram is vital to giving Europe the There are divisions, both in thej confidence that the fruits of their Pentagon and in Congress. But injrecovery efforts "would not "oe majority, the service leaders and immediately lost in the event of Informed senators and representa. are pressing for a quick de- cision to make the hydrogen bomb. aggression." Kept Secret The master defense plan will Equally, there are divisions, bothjkept secret. In the Atomic Energy commission] But the State department made and among the scientists. Yet; public the texts of the separate aid these men, in majority, made with each nation making the bomb at this time. ThejWhen they were signed by the am- Presldent Is even rumored tojbassadors of each at the depart- have in his hands an adverse port from the great scientists of the I The amount of American aid each A.E.C.'s general advisory com- nati0n is to get was not mentioned. mission. AS BETWEEN THESE DISPUT- ING groups of human beings, Dav- id E. Lilienthal and the scientists are Acheson's friends. As might be Countries signing agreements in expected, he has personally ex-j addition to Prance are Britain, plored the hydrogen bomb problem [Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands, at great length. A special unitj Luxembourg, Denmark and Nor- within the State department plan-! way. The language of each "Country's agreement varies, but the main com- the end of the summer. Perhaps, imltments are Identical. But It Is known that the largest share of the American -weapons and raw materials will go to Prance. nlng staff has also been assigned to weigh the pros and cons since 'in the end, Acheson will find for the men he most likes and ad- mires, and will carry the Presi- Unlte Strength These provide that all countries pool their defense plans to dent with him. j defend Western Europe against any The betting Is the other way, U! attack and that no arms furnished only because the Implied accept-them will be turned over to any ance of a risk of ultimate surren-other nation "without the prior con- der is really, in the last analysis, sent" of the United States, unthinkable. The real trouble is, however, that even a decision to make the hydrogen bomb will.not decide very much. It will, first of all, leave entire- ly unsettled the controversy about a "new look" at International con- trol of atomic energy. Certain of the scientists have opposed making hydrogen bombs under any cir- cumstances. The greater number have simply urged that before go- ing ahead, we ought to take a new look at this problem with the kremlin. IN THE USUAL ROUNDABOUT way, a hint has already been re- ceived from Moscow of willingness All pledge to "take such security measures as may be agreed" to "prevent the disclosure or compro- mise of any classified (secret) mili- tary articles, services or informa- tion." Spelling out the conditions for American help was the primary purpose of the agreements. Capital Newlyweds Off on Honeymoon Washington The capital's to launch a new negotiation not est No vertywete. Major J ..nnn A AC ft Vi _T 11 f t H Q I_ I _ __ ___ J J i r based upon the Acheson-Luienthal-j John Emest Horton and Drucie Ernest R. Butterfield In the Business It's Cold Too In California Los Angeles Citms growers had the smudge pots going out in the cold gray dawn again today hoping to avert further damage to oranges and lemons. The firing started late last night in the Redlands and Covi- na districts where were expected to dip to 26. Oth- er indicated cold spots included San Fernando and San Gabriel valley all the way from Canoga park and Pacoima to Azusa and Cuca- monga. Elsewhere Southern Call- "ornians donned overcoats, wor- ried about their automobile ra- diators and prepared for an- other smudge blackout. The mercury in Los Angelef was expected again to drop to yesterday's low of 36. The low- est recorded in Southern Cali- fornia was 13 below at Big Bear dam high in the San Bernardi- no mountains. It was 14 above at Palmdale on the desert. It was down to 24 and 25 in some citrus areas. Seven to ten hours of orchard heating were required, and the same was expected last night. Clarence Bauers Winter Railroading, Err John Pelowski Tags Cars Cold or Not Billy Rose's Home Robbed Of New York Bandits raided the fashionable home of Showman Hibbing, Minn. jley, 58, operator of Half of Aga Khan's Stolen Gems Recovered of the Aga Khan's stolen fortune In worth of the up mysteriously on a police station doorstep last night. French police, looking for tommy- gunners who held up the Moslem leader on a riviera highway last August 3, found the valuables in a package outside the police station after an anonymous telephoned tip- off. Investigators announced no theo- ries as to who left the mysterious package. Presumably it came from one of the holdup gang, possibly alarmed by series of arrests re- cently. Nine men were arrested last week tor alleged participation in the dar- .ng highway holdup In which the abulously wealthy Moslem poten- tate and his wife lost gems worth between and A widespread police search has been under way for other members of the gang believed to have hidden he loot. The fabulously Russians Crippling Traffic Into Berlin By Daniel de Luce Berlin (JP) Gloomy Allied officials said today they saw little chance of an early end to the Soviet "creeping blockade" against Berlin's highway traffic with western Germany. Two formal protests by the Allied commandants within a week have failed to protect the city's truck commerce from drastic restrictions by Russian frontier guards. A jam-up of 400 trucks at Helna- stedt main Soviet checkpoint on the east-west autobahn today was the worst since last Sunday. Some cargoes were stalled as much as 40 hours by the Russian slow- down, enforced equally against trucks attempting to enter or to leave the east zone. I West Berlin's basic food land were reported ample de- Ispite strangulation of the city's road I communications. But Charles A. Dix, American Berlin, said the was a hard blow 42 Aboard C-54 Missing In Canada Edmonton, Alta. A in Berlin, ;ates Air-Force C-54 with 34 blockade" was a States sengers and eight crew- members! at west Berlin industries which, have aboard has been unheard from since! been trying to rebuild their inter- yesterday, R.C.A.F. officials an-jzonal trade. nounced today. The city's economic position Is The four-motored plane was en desperate. Every fourth west Berlin John O. Mosiman Pumping Gas Isn't Warm What They Said Spokane, Wash. For man-ln-the-street co m m e n t s about the frigid Pacific North- west weather, Spokane Chronicle went to these people yesterday and got these opin- ions: Fred Winter "I've had enough." Mrs. Harry too cold." Arthur don't like it." Mrs. O. hor- rible." Mrs. Frank Freeze "It's plenty cold but we like it." State Offered Arkansas Bonds St. Paul The state invest- ment board today received an offer from a Tennessee businessman to wealthy Aga I of film star! Rita Hayworth, and his wife, the begum, were robbed as they drove away from their riviera estate near lannes. Four men, armed with tommy- guns, halted their automobile on jie open highway and seized the begum's jewelry. Police have said they believe two members of the gang were killed by their confederates. J.ne JOUr-mOl.Oreu plaliC JivclJ' a route from Elmendorf field is jobless. Unemployment re- jDuy Arkansas bonds, now held Moving Anchorage, Alaska, to Great Is dependent on donations from Minnesota, at a profit to the state, ___a it--. ti'oct. rfiOUblic. _ ,__ v Sharp Warmup Due After 3-Year Low Faribault Reports Reading of at Rochester The coldest weather in three years dropped the mercury to 21 below here last night. But that's the end of the sub- zero temperatures. By tomorrow afternoon It'll be melting weather. The break in the cold actually came sometime before dawn this morning already. After dropping down to 21, the mercury was back to 16 below by a. m., to six be- low at 3. m.. to two below by noon and by midafternoon the reading was expected to be about five above. Expected low tonight is ten above. The 21-degree below zero reading was the lowest here since December 31. 1946. Winonans woke up that morning to a temperature of 22 de- grees below zero. That New Year's eve it was 20 below. This morning, too, everybody was roasting about its below zero read- ngs: Faribault -32 Albert Lea -23 St. Cloud -28 Duluth -26 Rochester -26 Eau Claire La Crosse -lfl International Falls -32 Bemiflji -38 Minneapolis -33 DCS Moincs............ -5 Wausau -31 Green Bay -17 Day spoilers: Low in Miami '1 Low in New Orleans 64 In Minnesota, the extreme cold prompted freak performance. To settle an argument about lake water temperatures, thermometers were lowered into two lakes near Fergus Falls. In both cases, the temperatures on the surface of Qie water and at the bottom of the lake were the in Stewart lake and 36 In. Battle lake. Stewart lake is ten feet deep, Battle, 40 feet. Cold Wave and last reported its posi-jthe west German republic. -rim rumors circulate that Ger- communists may attempt a iputsch this spring in west Berlin if R.C.A.F. said a sweep would be'economic hopelessness still grips a made today of Amber airway No. Zllarge share of the population. Nelson, B. C., covering an area way route apparently would benefit of 20 miles on either side of the'the Soviet-controlled east zone rail- Hotel Operator At Hibbing Dead safe, furs jewelry HOT. Qulg- p. m. C.S.T. over Snag, territory. Snag is miles northwest of Edmonton. The offer was made by J. C. Lancaster, vice-president of the Union Planters National Bank and Trust Company. Memphis, Tenn. He said he also represents the Stephens Investment Company of from Northway, Alaska, to Fort Dix said the crippling of the high-1Little Rock, Ark., and the Equit- able Securities Corporation, of Nashville, Term. The proposal was made before the board at a meeting In Gov- ernor Youngdahl's office. Foster Estimates Gain route. The sweep was expected to get under way about a. m. C.S.T, Lincoln's Church Being Demolished Washington The New Germany, missing for near- way by increasing freight revenues. The Russians have left railway schedules'undisturbed except for the six-hour delay of a 0. S. military train last Sunday night. The Rus- sians objected to the presence on the train of three non-American passen- gers. Dix disclosed that a freight car loaded with Berlin sdrap lead for but missed gems being worn by Rose's Baruch plan. Proponents of the Snyder, were honeymoon bound to- 1 "new look" have suggested somewhere ln ins this overture with a plan con-: jjorton a -white House military1 Miss Holm learned of the theft e gems eng worn y ses vesterdav 1 Former Swim Champion Eleancr Holm. rtoy Aixw r TT operator of the Androy avenue Presbyterian a week had been.located to Rus- here since 1921, died President Lincoln custody.atPotetam. It had been 15 after several months ill- is to be torn down. A new church, impounded date of the tainlng three broad features: 1) Demilitarization of atomic aide, and his bride, the daughter! today when she returned from the of secretary of the treasury, and theater wearing jewelry valued by energy. 2) International inspection: Mrs. John W. Snyder, left here last husband at a quarter of a mil- to assure demilitarization (but no j night after a glittering wedding re- dollars. "I'm blad Baby had her international ownership, which' ception. I war point on said Rose Their destination was a secret. I in putting the price tag erday after several months m-iis 10 oe LUIU uuwu. a. missine from ness He was a past president of the larger than the present one but of jshipment allegedly was missing irom Northwest Hotel association. His the same general appearance, is the waybill. widow and two sons survive. to be built on the site. was the heart of the enthal-Baruch 3) A meas-j Their five o'clock "wedding" wasjon Miss Holm's necklace, a bracelet ure of disarmament to give by more than a thousandiand a ring of shimmering diamonds ern Europe some security including President was wearing, They had at- the army in the new situation.; Mrs. Truman, j tended the premiere of Shakes- Proponents of the new look have' Mr. Truman gave Drucie a kiss, peare's "As You Like It" starring further suggested appointment Truman gasped a little, andiKatharine Hepburn. a new high-level commission, like1 kissed Major Horton. Police said three men shouldered the original Acheson Lilienthal Margaret Truman, the President's1 their way into the Rose town house commission, to weiph the risks daughter, was one of the 33 Beekman Place late last night. and work out the details of theirnaitjs. She missed the bride's bou- plan they are urging. Iquet. It was caught by a friend FROM THE PENTAGON, mean-! who is already engaged, while, have come bitter objections! that no such plan could ever _.. ford "full security" to the United tllZaDetn States. From Congress have come' growls of dissent. And from within the State department itself have1 Hollywood Film Beauty! come warnings that the kremlin Taylor has a new laurel] will never accept any really work-today among ner many achleve- able plan of international atomic ments_ner high schooi diploma. energy control. Judging by Secre- The tary Acheson's recent statement was graduated jast night from I on the subject, the chances for university High school. the new look do not appear very Except for the stares by some! ;of the spectators, 17-year-old Eliza- j This is nothing short of was treated as just another It is true, of course, that we can one of the 193 graduates last night, not offer the Russians a fake plan she was listed on the program as that will bind us but not them.'Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, right It is also true that the kremlin between Kikuye Tanaka and Bar- will probably reject any but a fake bara Joan Terry, plan. But we must at least attempt a careful new look, if only to close our own ranks and set our record ISadore BeCKITian straight before the world. Other-1 p.. wise the order to build the hydro-; UIGS gen bomb will have the grimmest: Beekman. 473 West King consequences, very Probably be-. the L Beckmaa ginning with the breakup of the ,up nousCi 1M East Sec. great group of men on the A.E.C.; died at advisory commission. home at today o{ a It may seem foolish to launch neart attack. a difficult diplomatic negotiation m just for the record. But the era of the hydrogen bomb will be a. pjrg Rutl tO A P new time, making the heaviest de- mands upon this nation. Unity, and1 The Winona fire department was particularly the unity of the high-j called to put out a fire at the Atlan- minded men who are now criticize tic and Pacific Tea Company, 51 ing the bomb project, will then East Second street, at about be all-Important. m. today. tied up the sole Negro carted away the jew- elry-laden safe and furs. Rose, a newspaper columnist as well as cafe owner, said the ban- dits left undisturbed a col- lection of paintings and I worth of antique silver. Eleanor Holm, right, one-time swim star, and her husband, Billy Rose, above, lost jewelry and furs valued at to burglars who entered their New York city apartment last night while they were away. A re- porter, right, is quizzing Rose about the loss. (A.P. Wire- photo to The Republican- Herald.) Dix said negotiations were under way to free the shipment. He added Charles Foster, secretary of investment board, estimated that the state would make a profit of between and If Lancaster's offer for all the state's Arkansas bond holdings were ac- cepted. The governor, however, hesitated to accept a deadline of "noon to- day" proposed by Lancaster.. After a brief discussion with Lancaster, the board agreed to meet again Wednesday morning to make a there were no other missing by noon that day. This cars now. i-was acceptable to Lancaster. At Helmstedt, the Russians werej Last 5Ummer Governor Young- reported letting through only criticized the action of the or at the most three, trucks per hour investment board which, in his ab- sence, authorized purchase of By The Associated Press The late January preview of spring in most of the eastern and southern states appeared nearing an end today. Cold air from the chilled Mid- west spread across the Ohio river valley and pushed eastward to- ward the Atlantic seaboard. Some of the cold air was expected to dip into the gulf coast and send temperatures from their lofty sum- mer readings back to near season- al levels. Cold weather still gripped wide western half of the in each direction. This is about one- tenth the normal traffic. Five Children Burn to Death tawton, Five scream- Ing children died Thursday behind the locked" door to their worth of Arkansas bonds. country. Temperatures moderated over the plains and some of tha north central states but they re- mained far below zero In many areas. Montana, one of the cold- est spots in the current icy weath- er, was getting out of the deep- freeze and an end of the subzero blasts was in sight. Freezing rains were forecast for (Continued on Page 3, Column 4.) WEATHEK, WEATHER FEDERAL FORECAST Winona and vicinity Partly When Lancaster first appearedjcjoudy ancj warmer tonight; lowest before the board, in a surprise Saturday cloudy and warmer; move, he said he "wished it m the afternoon 35. not necessary to leave the Offer] LOCAL WEATHER open to be shot at by rival bond] official observations for the 24 buyers." Ihours ending at 12 m. today: Youngdahl Asks Study Governor Youngdahl replied that Maximum, 0; minimum. noon, precipitation, none; sun he would want to study whether sets tonight at sun rises to- he should "throw the whole matter morrow at open to competition." Lancaster offered to buy the TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE Max.Min.Prec. Tr. issue plus other Arkansas Alexandria mother' struggled frantically to free them. two-room home as their mother bond holdings of about Seven persons living in an ad- joining house escaped uninjured. The victims were the children of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Young. Their ages ranged months to six years. from two Mrs. Young said a wood latch on apparently fell Purchase of the bonds last sum-.Duluth mer began a controversy Falls which the governor sought the dis-.Mpls-St. Paul charge of Charles Foster, secretary of the investment board. The gov-jst. Cloud ernor accused Poster of altering) Willmar board minutes to conceal the plan1 Abilene to buy the bonds. 1 9 Chicago 34 the kitchen door apparently fell] When the matter of discharge [Denver 35 and locked itself. came to a showdown, however, Moines 0 She said one of her childrenknajority of the board City 16 slammed the door as she left the "voted to support Foster, who still j Los Angeles 64 holds his job. house to get water. Mr. and Mrs. H. A, Henslee, their four children and an uniden-j tified man ran from their house 0 when flames seeped through the adjoining wall. Train Collision Fatal to Motorist Sparta, Wis. August Rutz, 60, of the town of Remington, Wood county, died Thursday night of injuries suffered Tuesday in an automobile-train crash. Rutz' skidding car collided with the Milwaukee Road's Hiawatha near Babcock in Wood county. The injured man was placed on the train and taken to New Lisbon. From there he was removed by ambulance to the local hospital. Miami "'1 New Orleans 79 New York 72 Seattle 35 Phoenix 63 Washington 79 Edmonton Regina -4J EXTENDED FORECASTS Minnesota, Wisconsin: Tempera- itures will average four to eight be- 20 3 3 5 9 33 71 64 40 24 27 41 .78 .05 .31 Under One Roof 111. John Klieman has figured a way to raise chickens under one roof. He constructed an improved normal north portion to three to sion of the circular "hen house." five degrees above normal south His 150 foot diameter building portion. Normal maximum 17 north is pie-cut into eight sections, each to 36 south, normal minimum two containing ultra-modern watering, feeding and nesting equipment. The floor slopes to the center drain for easy cleaning. A 16-foot center circle serves as a work area. A feed carrier mounted on a circle monorail sus- pended from the ceiling enables one man to tend the floct below zero north to 17 above south. Warmer most sections Saturday, turning colder northern part Sun- day. General colder trend middle of week. Precipitation near one-hall inch total during period. Frequent light snows north entire period. Rain or snow soutfe. portion after weekend. ;

RealCheck