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   Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1950, Winona, Minnesota                              Cloudy Tonight, Thursday; Continued Cool VOLUME 50, NO. 176 F5VE CENTS PER COPY WINONA, MINNESOTA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1950 erne Nelson Presses Anderson for Lt.-Gov. Spot Bjornon Far Ahead In Republican Treasurer Race Minneapolis UPV- Harry H Peterson, a former supreme court justice, apparently won the right to oppose Governor Luther Young- tlahl for the governorship in No-! vember, but contests Cor the lieu-j tenant governorships in both par- ties were too clcse for comfort. Youngd.ahl piled up s. 199.097 vote on returns from 2.049 of the state's precincts in his bid for renomination for s thirr term, j His nearest opponent in the G O P. race, Walter Olson, had only votes. Peterson, the Democratic-Farm- er Labor convention endorsee, led his principal opponent, Charles Halsted, the 1948 nominee, two-to, one. Returns from precincts j gave Peterson and Halsted Four others trailed. At Brainerd, Halsted, today con- ceded his defeat to Peterson. In a statement, Halstec said: I am disappointed, "I campaigned hard. I talked with thousands of people, but we just, didn't have the money to finance the kind of advertising :t takes to beat a machine. "I did my best, but it just wasn't enough. However. I arn very proud of 'the support I did get and I want everyone who voted for me to know I arn just as grateful for those votes as though I had won, "Thank you again, everybody." This was the situation in the G.O.P. lieutenant governorship contest with precincts in: Lieutenant Governor C. Elmer Anderson State Senator Ancher Nelsen )8. The D.-F.L. contest was almost as close. The same precincts irave Frank Murphy Elmer Ped- erson and Robert Sheran Sheran was the convention choice. Secretary of State Mike Holm was winning about as he pleased (Continued on Page 3, Column 2) STATE t The Proof of FM Superiority Is In the listening TWENTY PAGES rs: n w f in County Officers TobeyWinner Marshall Named Renominatedin In Close New Defense Secretary, Primary Electi Hampshire Race n Johnson Kesigns ion Four Other Senate Seats Involved In State Primaries By The Associated Press Senator Charles W. Tobey, sell- istyled liberal fighting one of the j toughest battles of his political ca By Elton C. Fay j Catlett. Marshall, soldier by profession and diplomat by experience, is headed back to the Pentagon to become i secretary of defense. j President Truman turned to the 60-year-old, five-star general and! r secretary of state to replace Louis Johnson. Winder Noses Out Torgerson to Oppose Nissen (Detailed election tables show- ing the vote by precincts in Winona county for all ofjices win be found on pages four and. j SUUiillLUCLi AMO vv" j j (Mr. Truman accepted it with official alacrity. toughest battles of his political ca-j Johnson bowing to presidential will and the "enemies I have acquired 'jrser, won nomination to a third durin.. tne '18 m0nths I have served as a member of your ;term in New Hampshire's rough] d his iesignatlon tumble Republican ara.mted it with official! _ Andresen Easy Winner in 1st jana tuiuuie Republican primary iTuesday. The 70-year-old lawmaker i squeezed by with a mar- gin over 34-year-old Wesley Pow- ell, World War H veteran and for- imer secretary to Bridges (B.-N.H.) Seimtor Styles British Soldiers observe results of a United Nations air attack on a Korean village across the Naktong river southwest of Taegu. Red forces were reported in the British sector of the Naktong river front but the area remains quiet. (A.P. Wn.photo to The Republican-Herald.) _______________ publican" and "too liberal." He I said, he would ask for a recount. unofficial tally was: Tobey J, Powell F c a t e s voting, besides New Hampshire, were Arizona, Color- lado, Michigan, Minnesota, Ver- jmont and Washington. Involved were vacancies pending in the two top civilian posts of the huge and complex national military estab- lishment. appeared to be entire-] reasons. Stephen Early resigned as deputy secretary. Move Popular Johnson's resignation is effective] next Tuesday, Early's September! 30. four other Senate seats, 1----------- i Rail Freight j'Task Force Davidson Handling to Be Closes Trap on Reds Speeded Up By Leif Erickson -Striking "Task Force Davidson rammed shut a District Race ter, said that M--------- "man of such statute that the very act of naming him to be secretary Carl Hayden and other members of the Demo- cratic congressional delegation were renominated. Their Republi- can foes in the general election had no primary opposition. A woman, former state auditor. Ana 008. By Joseph C. Goodwin Speedier JXUi wti-a _--D. football hero and head coach dling of railway freight traffic "to jpromote the national defense" was ordered yesterday by the Inter- state Commerce commission. The new spur to defense mobili- zation sets a 24-hour limit to the turn around of freight cars ready or the southern gate of a mountain corridor northwest of Kyongju. It lifted a major Com- munist threat to important Pohang airfield on the Korean east coast. It was the highlight of the day's action or. the whole 125-mile Late Returns In State Races Governor Republican Gilbert Hal- usks Olson 7.871. Soramstad! Youngaahl 1 Democratic-Farmer Labor. which was whipped by the o move. One section of the order calledj of for a stiff increase ir. "demurrage" rates paid by shippers for keeping freight cars idle beyond the 48- hour free time period allowed for loading and unloading. The charges were set at a car per day for the first and sec- ond days after free time, S10 a car for the' third and fourth days, and for each succeeding day. The present rate is S3 a day for four days and 56 a day thereaf- To the west', the South Korean Eighth division punched several miles again in their drive east of Yongchon. It has thrust 12 miles in three days. Units of the division wheeled as much as nine miles north of the Yongchon-Kyongju road. ter. Single Agency To Check Foreign Aid Suggested date was unopposed. Eugene D. Millikin was renominated by Re- publicans without a contest. The Democratic nominee is Represen- tative John A. Carroll, also chosen pressed accord, but there was legal hurdle. The law which created the uni- defense department contains dresen of Red Wing ran up a total vote of to swamp his two Republican opponents in the Tues- day primary for the nomination for re-election. Congressman Andresen polled his All incumbents seeking re-elec- tion to office in Winona county, iwith the exception of one county commisisoner, won places on the November election ticket in Tues- day's primary. I Contests for second place on the ticket, however, were close in sev- eral of the races with the margins of difference only tea votes between second and third place in a number of the races. State Senator Leonard W. Der-. nek will be opposed by J. R. Keller, Rollingstone, former legislative rep- resentative from rural Winona county, in the November general election. The third candidate, Ev- erett J. Kohner, Winona insurance salesman, was eliminated. This senator race narrowed down. to a city vs. rural contest with Der- nek carrying every precinct in the where he received The total vote in the 12 counties of the district was as courty andTccumulating a city lead votes over opponeht. i dresen, Burroughs ,vl Rochester, An- Davis, Keller Stronr in Country However, in rural Winona county :eller carried every precinct outside juf the city .of Winona. His lead in 'Itlie rural area, over Dernek was been on active duty sioner officer of Forces. a commis- the Armed a wice margin. In the contest county by for the Demo- Dernek's total for the county was more votes than Keller. The vote for the off ice. was Demek Keller and Kohner 2.633. In the rural representative race where four candidates sought the nn active duty under JJI-DV.I-J -j formerly held by Keller, a. Sons of the law creating the spe- with about 20 precincts missing. te5t with George in Thp vrits Republican nf Marshall left the Army as chief of staff soon after the end of World War H in 1945. He still is cratic Farmer Labor nomination, Burton Chambers of Owatonna de- feated Ed M. Corneaby of Fari duty under provi- blult by a margin of to UUKJ -f ____ nKAiit- On TmCCi'ncr cial five-star rank. Congressional leaders thought By John A. Scali II Republicans as their gubernatorial 'candidate to oppose Governor Wal- ter W. Johnson, Democrat, in No- vember. L. Prouty, 144-year-old lumber dealer making his first bid for a state-wide office, iwon the Republican nomination to U. S. tradi- Washington A plan to channel all foreign mili- yonaiiy Republican Vermont, he is a solid line along the northeast front. It was breached last week by tavy and a sin- gle government agency reportedly up for President virtually assured of taking the Truman's consideration. Informed officials said today the tiring. Senator George D. Aiken, Republican was unopposed for re- the Reds. But United ;5 part of a report now beinj; by Gordon Gray, former and new president 3er di- forces can throw fire on any by G spokesman added. secretan ;oadingi nf !nf thp Marshall, who has taken orders all his life, accepted Mr. Truman's request to come back, for the third 30 Years in Service Marshall, with more than 30 re- quired years of military service behind him, took off his uniform in 1945 only to have Mr. Truman ask him shortly to go to China to see what rmght nomination. i in test as follows: County Dodge, 15 of 18 Fillmore, 36 of 38 Freeborn, 34 of 43 Goodbue, 40 of 40 Houston, 23 of 23 42 of 45 Olmsted, 39 of 39 Rice, 38 of 3R Steclt, 25 of 25 Wabasha, of 34 Waseca, of :9 came back, settled down to rest again and was called back in j p." Daley. Lewiston, president of the Winona. county farm bureau, prominent progressive farmer Mis 116 61B winning top place on the ticket. His opponent in the November election will be F. B. Blanchard, former rural representative from Winona county and a retired Lewiston farmer. Only 18 votes divided the three low candi- dates. The vote in this contest was: George P. Daley F. B. Blanchard James G. Stewart 863 John Clasen 856 Donald T. Winder, Winona at- torney, won the right to oppose W. i Kenneth Nissen, incumbent county 2.120 118 176 225 194 317 68 528 358 654 56! 351 658 857 68t 433 300 25C 505 45 of 45 370 TOtal. 393 of 407 The count in other districts: Another section of the order di- of Taegu, jof the University of North Carolina, IwithLi 24 hours after arrival at _ hitrh iiurti JLVHII, lea two Owier uttuuiuo-vco admlnistralton of nomination to the [foreign aid programs which involve ln! Democratic Senator War- area luesaay nigm. Amprir-nn ffovernment. imnnnnsprl. grants by the American government. 1947 to.be of former Governor Harry F ocratic Governor G. Mermen Wil- November election, closest opponent in G.O.P. primary by al- in incomplete re- D-F-L: Laneton Topfcey Sever-th Burkliardt 340 Fed- arson Sheran Republican Secretary of state, pre- cincts: Holm, Wanglie State Treasurer Republican, precincts: Appel Bjornson Nel Shoenl'ator 898; Sullivan 780: of 550 precincts: Eastvold 2.106; equipment. In mobilization moves: 1, Glacials said an anti-hoarding order steel, copper, tin, alumi- num and other key materials may be expected before the end of the week. 2. The Interior department be- gan setting up a new agency, ten Democratic-Farmer Labor, precincts: Freeman 54.199, Om power. a spokesman said. push us and then we push them." Other Fronts Quiet The __ front were relatively quiet. First step in the unification pro- posal, it is reported, would be the merger of the Economic Co-opera- Ition administration which directing economic aid to 16 last uiicdLeiieu iMnc v. European countnes plus hang airstrip. ..he military drove a five miles deep and K-oiea ana wjm me ffiree mnes wide into the Allied j assistance program now .tunneling line betw Red Mine Ship Blasted in Korea Tokyo General MauArih Jliciib TI w a time was ill. recovering only alt- er hospitalization and months o: convalescence. Fifth of 231 Among the charges against Johnson perhaps the one that eventually impelled Mr. Truman to remove him was that he had invaded the foreign policy making field of Secretary of. State Dean Acheson, that lie and others' of the military establishment had sought to impose military thinking on the) United States' international Wind Blamed the Korean way flashed Mishap so'nVsirVHara Lo'ren W. Torgerson, another Third of 307 precincts attorney, by 62 votes. How- pvpj. Nissen Dolled more votes than fourth of m precincts: Fleming Hermann their combined total, carrying every precinct in the county with the ex- Iception of Richmond township. Tor- __ precincts: gerson's strength -was in rural Kiiion awas winder was second in all city B of 457 Rf- publlcsn: Hultstrund Piucnger 2.904. Ninth '--129 of 627 precincts: wjmn v. f--- D-F-L: Olson 2.030; Schuman wards. The vote was: W. Kenneth Nissen Loren W. Torgerson Donald T. Winder Lauris G. Petersen 1.9J2 up and American troops were roll- ed back by onrushing Red hordes, Anchorage, Alaska In the race for sheriff, George L. Fort, incumbent, polled more ]votes than Governor Youngdahl did I in Winona county and proved to !be one of the most popular offi- x leers seeking re-election in years. Cap- port polled votes. George C. wid in tleAn Pohans and Antans! American billions to nearly a score inPHaeju bay, due south of Pyong- national defense. ital. vedt Peterson Ryan! _ _______ standby basis, within two weeks and Warehouse I rvit.iinine- these steos to gear i rganization is expected to functioning, at least on a rn-s Outlining these steps to gear from 1933 to 1937. 111 'U'iipV emith-vpst nations. yang, North Korean capital. wSched Oie'penetration and I These two principal programs pre- y said the South Ko- Watch worse" saidsumably would be joined to the' n ship fired one shot into the 'rieht end in the-point four" program to encourage mine ladell vessel and it was blown mTd-TsaTs and West Point h e a d underdeveloped areas, and bits. ed bacK oy onrusnuig xteu nuiuea, Ancnorage, run. >juwcu the economy cutbacks in military L. Valentine of Minne- Lawrenz. Winona, his opponent of "al MauArih-spending whioh Johnson had uie pilot, said a strongjfour years ago, again will oppose "a'id todav of which he had ic.ross wind was a contributing fac-jport in November. He defeated 'Monday 'blewlbecame the target of critics. They tor jn the collapse of a Kamla, retired Winona po- -J with riinesjsaid his economies had weakened eear when he brought a C-46 trans- ._ _._. c-, iport down here yesteidaj. u------ i liUtt'-ill J.1U111 tU Commissioner (Long Term) jnailon's economy to .a waramej General Jonn H. church, 2' that f the trail-blazing U. Herwig Lindquist Van Auken Vandenover 15. 832, Weiss Democratic-Farmer Labor, precincts: Benson Han- sen 32840, Holmberg Mc- Carthy Smith Kailroad and Warehouse Commissioner (Short Term) Republican, precincts: Jeppesen Lindquist "eterson Weiss Democratic-Farmer Labor, precincts: Angus Benson 31823 Eriksen Kill McCarthy Moorhead O'Donnell Chief Justice 1 759 precincts: Larson Lor'teg Peterson Associate Justice 1769 precincts: Christiansen 128i828, Gustafson Nrlac 752! in sight no immediate such as gripped the coun- try during World War n, Florida Expects Big Citrus Crop Houstou Texas A record 1950 citrus crop was predicted by, _ Florida growers at the eighth jn annual convention of the Texas Ci-jnOUSewire in trus and Vegetable Growers and' S 24th division, sent Davdison in- Gray's current thinking, officials 'o the battle !Jfly. is that a tighter check is need- Davidson led a flying column ofjed on the money the United States South Koreans and American I is now distributing to overseas doughboys. They struck west from Clerk of Supreme Court Republican, precincts: Anderson Davis 95.9D5, Wer- ner 'underdeveloped areas, and Latin American health and sanita-l ticn programs. I Part of the reasoning Gray's current thinking, ihe Pohang area in a sweeping left end run. A column of South Koreans al ready had sealed the northern gate of the mountain corridor northwest of Kyongju in which the regiment of Red troops was massed; IVIliS Shippers association. Texas and-California growers ported tbeir states were mat _ strong comebacks from last year's bad freeze. Speakers yesterday gave these 1950 crop .estimates: Florida boxes, in- eluding oranges; i niiii AHS] C flAA foncrp -OB- Mrs Mrs. Soles was hurrying to take a wash off the 'jine before an ap- wim proaching Strom broke. Witnesses military preparedness program. __j J 1; olr ran O Vi t.fl P. OfllUnHHUS 3r 31 UA Democratic-Farmer Labor, j 000 grapefruit and tange- John-1rines. Such a crop would send the 19.071, Lerman Linfes-1 state over the the first ler 'Peterson time in tiistoiy. Other powers suggested for the proposed new agency, it was ed, is that it have a major voice in determining the policies of the Export-Import bank, and direct the activities of the American repre- sentative of the multi-billion dollar World bank. The Export-Import ibank is this government's principal agency for making; foreign loans. i Prior to the Communist attack I in Korea, administration officials had insisted on keeping -the econ- omic and military aid programs separated. They condisered world) economic recover? the ..number one item in this nation's foreign policy not to be tied up with tun somewhat less benevolent said lighsning struck a tree and traveled along the clothes line, knocking the woman to the ground. She is survived by her husband and five children. however, the Communist in- vasion o: Korea and the stepped-up rearmament programs of the tr. S. and its allies have caused adrnm- istration officials to give military, [rearmament first priority. British Hair Oil London Sales of perfum- ed British hair oil for internal use _ are booming in Africa. Releasing this today, the Unit-j ed Africa Company said in its monthly trade review: "The na-; tives of the Gold Coast spread the hair dressing on bread and eat it with great relish. The reason for his is unknown." WEATHER FEDEEAL FORECAST Winona and vicinity: Mostly cloudy tonight, partly cloudy Thurs- day; continued cool.. Low tonight 50, high Thursday aftefnoon 66. LOCAL .WEATHER Official observations for the 24 hours ending at 12 m. today: Maximum, 65; .-minimum, 57; noon 61; precipitation, trace; sun sets tonight at sun'rises to- morrow at Additional weather on Page 17. George Marshall, President Truman's selection to be- come secretary of defense, enters the Bed Cross headquarters Jn Washington this morning. He is now head of that organization. The former Army chief of staff and secretary of state, is slated to succeed. Louis Johnson as secretary of defense. (A.P. Wirephoto to The Republican-Herald.) (Continued on Pafe 3, Column 5) COUNTY Security Council Recesses After 45th Russ Veto Lake Success Security- council delegates, after witnessing Russia's 45th veto, began consulta- tions, today for the opening of the United. Nations general assembly next Tuesday. Weary from six weeks of almost daily meetings, they voted to take I the rest of the week off and meet for theii last pre-assembly session next Monday. They will take up then Commu- nist China's charges of U. S. ag- gression against the island of For- mosa. Russia yesterday vetoed an American resolution to set up a comriission to investigate other Bed Chinese charges of American bombings of Manchuria. The cil.then decisively defeated a Rus- sian move to condemn the U. S. for the allesed attacks. Only the Soviet Union voted for its propos- al.   

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