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   Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1950, Winona, Minnesota                              Cooler Tonight, Friday Fair, Cool VOLUME 50, NO. 148 FIVE CENTS PER W1NONA, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 10, 1950 Baseball Tonight, p. m. KWNO-FM EIGHTEEN PAGES Yank Advance Traps Reds i u i t. D _i j Gains in South --XL Farlu HniKP Ayirilnfnv _. _ Malik Faces Moves to End U.N. Deadlock Flood of Oratory Main Alternative If Russ Hold Out By A. I. Goldbcrc j I, a k e Success Security! Council members met in a closed.: informal meeting today with their; Russian president, Jakob A. Ma-i lik in an effort to persuade him to! break his procedural blockade in. the council. If they fail, the- regularly tiled council meeting this afternoon, is liksly to set off a flood of Communist oratory for the rest ofj August to match Malik's ganda blasts. Many council sources agreed j there was little chance of winning concessions from Malik. In that; event the Western delegates plan- ned to match the Russian, speech, for speech. i All delegations except Russia! and former wasn'tj inv'ted, the latter refused to at- tend conferred in New York yesterday on the deadlock problem. Sir Gladwyn Jebb of Britian, who will be council president next month, was chairman. After the closed session, they re- vealed that Arne Sunde of Norway, council president !n July, had tel- phoned Malik asking him to Early House Approval of Controls Seen Curbs on Credit And Speculation May Be Voted By William F. Arbogast j Washington A bill giving; President Truman discretionary j control powers over wages, prices, j rationing and credit was only a fewj short steps from House approval j today. still to be settled before the billj Molotov Reported At Peiping, China Taipei, Chi- nese Nationalist newspaper to- day reported Soviet Vice-Pre- mier V. M. Molotov has arrived in capital of Commu- nist China. There was no confirmation. Chinese Nationalists and oth- ers have long contended that Molotov is directing expansion of Communism in the Orient on orders Prime Minister Joseph Stalin. Today's story, attributed to arrivals from Honfr Kong, said Molotov reached Peiping July 31. The account continued: Heavy detachments of troops and police guarded his route from the airfield to the former Imperial hunting park, now the residence of Red Chairman Mao Tze-turtg. Xo one was allowed near the park without special permit. Respite these precautions, the account said, it soon became common knowledge in PeipinR that Mololov was conferring with Mao. Mao made an extended visit to Moscow seven months ago and came away with treaties, bearing on Russian-Chinese agreements for mutual aid and dispositions of their border ter- ritories. Gains in South Biggest to Date For Americans Korean Retreat Toward Chinju in Nature of Rout V S Marine Rocket launcher and machine gun crews prepare a hot welcome for the enemy from to the Senate, which starts to The Republican-Herald.) on't Truman W Revive OPA Bishop Bans Observances At Necedah Crosse jdebate on a similar measure today, is the extent of authority the Presi- dent would have to curb the grant- Sing of credit and to control com- modity market speculation. Republicans and some southern Democrats want, the credit powers limited to real estate credit andj I consumer credit, with i loans exempted. Yesterday they put through an amendment embodying their views by a tentative vote of 151 to 124, but administration forces i believed they could reverse this on i a roll-call count. They want the I credit controls to be extensive. j Republicans also have pending strongly-backed amendments to mit real estate credit curbs to thej financing of new construction, and !to deny to the President the power1 Roman i to contro: commodity market specu- Fishing Tackle Tax Goes Back to States By Vern Haugiand dlife authorities welcomed the By Russell Tokyo UV- American troops surged 13 miles forward and snap- Iped an armored trap around I least Red soldiers on the Chinju warfront in deep South Ko- rea today. The gains in the south were biggest of the Allied offensive started Monday. Hundreds of North Koreans were jforced to retreat toward Chinju I base so fast they left quantities of I arms and equipment behind. i U, S. patrols were reported wlth- ,in two miles of Chinju itself. i Associated Press Correspondent Cj._ Ixom Lambert reported advanced nation's fishing enthusiasts. The bill jointly sponsored by Representative Dingell (D.-Mich.) llo join iorces and Senator'Johnson from tackle. combat team spurted 13 miles the 35th regl- Tru-.if you like, the President 'man said today he does r.ot con-! He said, too, that ali-out moo'.-, crosst, jtoiiianito contro; commouny UIBINCU spcuu-; a revival of the on procedure in advance of the Wflr u OPA. ,...._etf t.helbanned special religious fnr the pvt.pnt nf regular meeting. Malik agreed the group's statement gates promised to keep Recre whatever plan they agreed to of fer to break the deadlock. A. U. S. source said the t Catholic cnurcn prelate The President said he expects to p- amendments. leave to the Senate and House thelbanned special religious observances, Ior extent Qf Mr. Truman told his news con- tems Df arl economic controlslat Nccedah August 15, -when to be decided, the ference that old-line federal agen Mr. Truman tola nis news w- tems Df arl economic controisiat rvpccaan August ID, WHEU provisions still to be decided, tne that old-line federal agen-jbill now Hearing a decision on Capi-iAnna Van Hoof lias said the Vir- bill now follows the general lines es will handle any economic Hm M win retum to her in legislation the President has said] Other emergency controls which mayj Modified Bill Favored would accept, even though iti be necessary as a result of the Ko- Mr xruman made clear that he vision. would like discretionary power to to mean there with Malik would be more just an appeal to him to play ball. I The delegates gave little atten- tion to such drastic action as changing the rules and throw- Ing Malik out of the presidential chair. If the closed meeting faus to move Malik, there may be other consultations on a new procedur- al step _ but speech-making Is cer- tain the U. S. source said. Pome delegates were resigned to a continuous verbal exchange until September 1, when the British del- egate takes over the council presi- [Senate Rejects Four Truman Nominations Washington Senate rejec- Such revenue, estimated at, from to a year, will mental combat team 12 miles cart of battered Chinju. That closed the steel trap. Red Losses Heavy The link-up cut off an estimated sources, "president Truman signed 100 square miles of rugged land the bill into law yesterday. jand pocketed remnants of two Red Carl Shoemaker, conservation i director for the National Wildlife, jjghting- for Chinju, the (federation, told a reporter: [trapped battalions are estimated to i "Enactment of this bill Is theihave been halved down to i third most far-reaching their original strength of lion measure Congress ever has about jpassed affecting wildlife. -.________ Bishop John P. Treacy of the fix prices and wages but that he jcrosse diocese also warned members! Its 'more controversial wage and "jjjs original modified re- Oj asngon him more power than he ori- f f president Truman's I no revival a reporter stm faeis original modified, re- of faith that their presence atjprice control provisions wen commendations should not be de- anticipated vision "mav bring proved overwhelmingly after I may take it to mean that ed bv debate over stronger execu- artiHnr.ql jfvntinn crats and Republicans worked r____ dishonor to the traditional devotion_______. WPI Gallons i Of Gas Burn At Revere, Minn. were Demo- ninVtions to government postsl brushed aside by Democratic man- :bird treaty others were the migratory American Marines plunged south- westward 13 miles to enter Kosong tive weapons. The House Was on the point o passing a bill giving him church holy day. thp traditional d evotion crats and worked put a dishonor to the compromise to break a week-old f to the mother of God on that date, was brushed aside by _ Leader Lucas of Illinois today an old Senate custom provided stetes with tionary authority much along thej Van Hoof claims she has he vision of the Virgin IstflTto be decided was how much j times since November 12 in thej ......____ authority Mr. Truman should of her farm home. The 40- top priority for defense pro- 'l918, "aiid the Pitt-jand secure the shores of Chinhae bili'of 1937 which bay, Correspondent Lambert reported the spirits of both doughboys and leaternecks soared. The Fifth regiment ran into House stalemate. The President could: 1. Order rationing of almost anything at any time. 2. Channel scarce materials into essential fields and order authority jvir. j. ruuia." bituuiu "art-iyara 01 ner zanu jiuuic. iuy yir to restrict credit and control mother of seven children! duction. [modity market speculation. In rejecting the idea of a maintains that on June 15, thej in rejecting UIL iuca w A Office of Price Administration, Mr. "most recent occasion, the Virgin said he had spent most ofipromised to reappear next Tuesday! Ihis years in the White House try-.and October 7. i Tfoo Tfpu .Ti ling to improve the departmental Revere, d adrntaistratiye structure so it The Rev. Joseph Pmucan, secre-1 tary to Bishop Treac said, Revere, Seven storage administrative structure so it tary to Bisnop -ireacy. sa S- r- speeches, too. bv reorganization plans, only one small Catholic church in the" central Wisconsin village of Counterfeiting Suspect Makes Excellent Bills i iiurtT AS rio Co-operative Oil Company today. Lightning which struck during in any electrical storm at 6 a. m. caused less than population. Special the blaze. No one was hurt. I Thp wa driving toward from App.eton, Revere, population about 200 is ,he biil (Milwaukee had been in southern Redwood county, ten! Tfte Pl4ident said Ioday that throng_s miles west of Sanborn. excess profits tax will be enacted Oil company employes said thef i community was threatened by thej 'blaze, but lack of explosions pre-! to; 3. Requisition for the govern- ment materials, supplies, equip- ment. or facilities needed for national defense. Owners would be entitled to just compensation and would have first choice on regaining their property when the government no longer needs it. 4. Make loans, up to a total of to spur pro- duction of needed things. 5. Put ceilings on wages and prices and adjust them from time to time as he saw fit. wildlife development. '-'This wasToTesroTPresident Better Fishing: Seen .......__ _........._______ Truman's popularity in the Sen- "Over the years this bill win some Opposjfj0n but the 35th and Lucas told a reporter. "Wher.iproduce better fishing for every- Ule jiarmes were virtually unop- senators have objected to nomina-jone." Iposed. tions, they usually have been re- Albert M. Day, director of thei An American general staff offl- fused confirmation as long as our -g S. Fish and Wildlife said the retreat of North Ko- jvernment has been in exis- ca'ned the bill "the most forward- reans toward Chinju was some- nee." looking step in sport fishing legis-jthing "in the nature of rout." Other Senate veterans said jn many years." iThe main body of U. S. troops was could not remember wher four; ,.lt ,s one "Q{ ihs few outstand- five miles short of Chinju Wednes- separate presidential appointments pieces Of conservation legisla-lday, just behind the forward pa- had been denied Senate confirma- the history of wildlife man-Urols. tion in a single day's session, rjay told a reporter. j Balile Tmegu hannpnnri vestprdav. __ But on the central and north- should make that program more effective. He told a news conference that leged apparitions at Necedah veals more contradictory evidence j !e told a news comerence inai indicates would of course approve such L [n extn that the j ques- St Louis Federal suuhori- ture were away on hauling runs. 1-1- .1 t- who "tried to outdo the Treasury fought the blaze five hours, department in craftsmanship. i government is fortunate.: _ they said, that, he didn't put hisslWO Men UfOWII on mass Upset Scholarly Melvin Godfrey Pac- sons, 57, arrested by .secret Klcc LaKe' ice De look uirr.ecl upsiae ao1......... trvmg 10 produce Thc> dcad )vere def better money tlmn 'the Treas-irv de- -e- Rlce Lake, and Robert Cher- partment." snitl U. S. District 19- torney Drake Watson. "After talking with the aqents on this case, it is my opinion ihat if the plates had fallen into ;he hands of some counterfeiting syndicate more interested in quantity pro- duction than quality, his bills could have had a chaotic effect on our monetary system." Parsons, who never attended hiph school, made the St. Louis public library his classroom. There he studied such subjects as calcu-i lus. chemistry and engraving. The ten-dollnr counterfeits were; engraved on bonafide paper obtained by blenching real one-dol-i lar bills. Parsons made new plates! with different serial numbers eachi week. Using expensive he manufactured his own ink. It; was in this that Iiis bills lacked; perfection. WEATHER FEDERAL FORECAST Winona and vicinity Clearing; and cooler tonight. Friday gener-; ally fair and cool. Low tonight high Friday afternoon 76. LOCAL WEATHER Official observations lor the 24: hours ending at 12 m. today: Maximum. 93: minimum, 64: noon. 65- precipitation. .12: sun sets to- night at sun rises tomorrow at Additional weather on Page 15. (proposal. He said Congress be in a j Francis church." the statement better position to act on an excess a ..pa'holics are reminded that Au- profits tax after November when 5 h j ot obligation __.___ij. -iit-t-OTC .j_.._ -f it won't have election jitters, The President also told his j conference that Jacob i representative on th of Korean War Dead Being Brought to U. S. ed in the fighting in Korea happened yesterday A log-jam in legislation actual-! ly produced the pipe-up because some of the rejected nominations had been pending since as far back as June 1. Republicans were expected .try to make politic. of the Senate actions in the com- kng election campaign. Only one of the nominations was put to a record vote that ofiand Martin A. Hutchinson of Virginia land developme v-idT rif 4 Vif> lO'TE" hfl.V6 hard to hold their gains outside of Tae- ore effective. yongdok, east coast port to Under the nortn, was recaptured by tvio cfalpQ Khars in S8.- jucaiis weie to program, the states share in S8, make political capital to a year in rev- _ f ____ 1 4-A V nn O T-tWC Reds. emie from a federal tax on arms and ammunition. Before Chinju, the U. S. Fifth and 35th regimental combat teams were tearing into remnants on the ULl Were 11JWJ t The money is spent in acquirlngicrack North Korean Sixth division, nd maintaining wildlife refugesUn estimated were killed. development projects. Sports-Pew prisoners were taken. to be a member of the Federal -men jong have urged a similar Hundreds of Reds threw away iTrade commission. !program for fish. [rifles and abandoned machine 1 Facing the firm opposition of. -d t t probably wiUjguns, mortars and even trucks 3n I Senator Byrd Hutchinson! "both sources of revenue forltheir frenzy to get away, reports to I was snowed under by an irinj, "land and impounding jheadquarters said. '59 to 14 total. jor refuges that affect both TrnT Only 13 Democrats voted h and anjmais. idea by Senator Langer (R.- have in The North Korean high com- mand seemed determined to make the Sixth division stand to the aided by Senator Langer in.ithe Sixtn division smiia ui the 13 favorable Dem-Ucated 'they will use the ocratic" votes there were 25 Demo- beln diverted to bolster river turned down, who had been serv recess appoint being brought back to the .....private or investigation ..keels that attendance of and lay Catholics may bringied in action m Korea have already toJthe traaitional devo-Iarnved m this Country, an Army' to LUC viituioiuuai _ ition to the mother of God. Investi-spokesman said toaay. In each question, he gators o{ the aneged the coffined bodies are being TRUMAN 4. Colu.n -ecommendese M I WCCll Ku being diverted to bolster river [crossing Reds on the banks of the iNaktong six miles from Changn- Vetoed Bill Last Year !vons He warned that all projects mustj' 2o miles north of Chinju. be justified as to need and worth. Kgd's beat off an attack by the and that appropriations by Ccn-ly g ,4th (jjvigjon reinforced by i-lgress are subject to oj second division. I A battleline stretched. long the riverfront. A break irough there would imperil Taegu, the D S supply base 20 miles to for mil-] as a federal'ita'ry or other emergency purposes: district court judge in northernjoould payments to states, he bald. ..'the northeast. added that the service will] Vongdok falls to a federal i confer with state officials guided by their desires in up its administration of the east coast, 80 miles north of gram. iPusan, the U. S. seaport at the Last year President Truman ot the Korean peninsula. Guer- toed a similar measure, chiefly be-jrillas and turncoats captured the icausc it was to have become town of Kigye, only nine Uective immediately. miles northwest of Pohang, the im- The Treasury department object- j minmn ed that fishing-tackle tax returns) (Continued on S, Column never had been segregated, andj therefore a year's postponement; would be necessary. Accordingly, the new act be-i comes effective July 1, 1951, at; which time the first apportionment; to states may be made. The money will be distributed to the states on a formula based larea and the number of licensed 'fishermen. Corn Crop Estimate Drops i Pontiff Blesses Catholic Scouts Dakota Motorist was injured early today when the two cars shown above col- lided on hi-hway 61, 15 miles south of here. The accident occurred at about a. m. after a car, shown at the right, driven by John F. Enelo, St. Louis, stalled on the highway. While Enelo and a companion were seeking to push the coupe off the road, T a car driven by Man-in Gile. Dakota, crashed into the rear of the stalled automobile. Gile whose car is shown at the left, above, was taken to a La Crosse hospital for treatment of injuries suffered in the crash. Republican-Herald photos Washington The Agricul- ture department today forecast thU year's corn crop at bu- shels and the wheat crop at bushels. j This corn estimate is bu- Castel Ganfolfo, Pope'shels less than the fore- Pius XH today blessed Catholic cast a month ago. The wheat esti- Boy Scouts of America whose rep- mate is bushels more than Iresentatives he received in predicted last month, 'audience at his summer residence. By comparison, last year's corn The Pontiff met the group of 25 crop was bushels and Scouts and their leaders, selected the ten-year (1939-48) average is from Scouting's 12 regions in the bushels. The corn crop United States and representing will run sharply above the govern- some Catholic Scouts. meat's production goal of A t rt nnr-'Vt vnon'i- flfift AHfl fartcJlplK The Pope spoke to each mem bushels. ber of the group" and then gave! The wheat harvest will run below them their families and a 11'last year's bushels and Catholic Scouts of America hislthe ten-year average of ''blessing,   

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