Winona Republican Herald, November 28, 1950

Winona Republican Herald

November 28, 1950

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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1950, Winona, Minnesota Cloudy Tonight and Wednesday The Threat of Red Sabotage' Starts Tomorrow VOLUME 50, NO. 240 FIVE CENTS PER COPY WINONA, MINNESOTA, TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 28, 1950 EIGHTEEN PAGES U. S. CHARGES CHINA WITH AGGRESSION; REDS SURGE THROUGH BREAK IN LINES TO HELL WITH Acheson Defies Republicans on Foreign Policy By Jack Bell of State Acheson today braved the fire of congressional critics fanned by Senator Connally's caustic assertion that Republicans aren't going to dictate foreign policies. Acheson arranged to give the Senate foreign relations committee a review of world conditions behind closed doors. He will repeat the review later in the day before the House foreign affairs committee. Some committee members have TODAY- Acheson Must Be Sacrificed By Joseph and Stewart Alsop Washington As Congress gath- ers for the special session, it grows more and more obvious that the position of Secretary of State Dean G. Acheson has become -all but impossible. The world situation has deterior- ated to the point where the prob- lem before Con- gress may be scribed as the simple survival of the United States. Yet the senators and rep-' resentatives, i n their present mood, will not even discuss the problem in a rational manner. And they will Stewart Alsop certainly refuse to vote the great suggested Acheson should resign. In advance of Acheson's appear- ance, Connally, Texas Democrat who is chairman of the Senate committee, challenged Republicans who have been demanding a re- examination of foreign policies. Connally told a news conference yesterday that all the Repubr licans have been doing "is re-ex- amining and complaining and "Do you know what kind of a foreign policy I am he de- manded, his voice rising. "I am for an American policy. "They (Republicans) talk about bipartisan and 'we have to consult the Republicans' and we have to do this and that. We have to take them into our confidence and we have to tell them in advance what we are going to do, and then we are going to have to do what they say to do. For American Policy "To hell with all that. I am for an American policy. If a man is an American he ought to stand for an American foreign policy. I am not trying to have a Democratic foreign policy or a Republican for- eign policy." Connally's outburst prompted Senator Wiley a com- mittee memfer, to say that he doesn't think 'adding any vitriolic fuel to the fire will clear the at- mosphere." "Foreign policy has to be rede measures on which national sur- vival now depends, so long as Dean Acheson is at the State de- partment. In this situation borrowed from a nightmare, many leading Demo- crats have already pressed Presi- dent Truman to find a new sec- retary of state who can deal with r Congress on more reasonable terms. Thus far, h o w e v c r. the president has an- 4BTswcred that he would never ask fined and redefined in accordance with the facts as they Wiley told a reporter. "We are living in a changing world and pol- icy depends on the conditions as they exist at the moment." Senator Taft of Ohio, Chairman of the G.O.P. policy committee, who had called for a re-examination of the administra- tion's handling of international problems, declined comment on Connally's remarks. Senator Brewster (R.-Me.) said, however, he thinks President TTU-, man and Acheson ought to be will- ing to revise their policies to meet for Aches on s j thp Repubiicans halfway. He said resignation. And j G 0 p criticism had been endors- hc has a d d e d ed by the country month's llhat Acheson is i results Ithe victim ot Jie Critical World Situation __--------------Bforcign and de-1 ,.We are a critical situ. Joseph Alsop tense policy the ation and we must {orgej we world situation has forced him to j are Democrats or Republicans and sponsor; and that any other manjwork he said. "The who presented the same policy would soon be in the same hot War at a Glance DIPLOMATIC United States will charge Corn- United States has charged Communist China with aggres- sion in Korea. FIGHTING FRONT U.S. First corps spokesman says hordes of Chinese Reds are surging through widening gap in retreating Eighth army's right flank. Korean war reaches what may be gravest crisis. General MacArthur sum- mons his two chief field com- manders, for urgent Tokyo con- ferences. FINANCIAL FRONT The grave crisis in Korea brought a major price break in the New York stock market this morning with prices dropping VI to more than a share. H-Bomb Plant To Be Erected In S. Carolina Washington The govern- ment will build a huge atomic energy layout in South Carolina to make materials for the awesome hydrogen bomb. In an announcement today of the site's selection, the atomic energy commission emphasized that the plants will not manufacture the bomb itself or any atomic weapons. It said they will materials which can be used either for wea- pons or for fuels potentially useful Eor power purposes." The whole project is the result in part, however, of last January's decision to under- take manufacture of H-bombs ex- pected to be many times more pow- erful than the atomic bombs drop- ped on Japan. The plants will be located on a acre site in Aiken and Barnwell counties near the Savan- nah river. "To make way for the plants and the surrounding security and safety zone, it will be necessary for about families to relocate in the next 18 the AEC said. Construction is to begin early next year. The E. I. du Pont de Nemours Company of Wilmington, Dela., will design, build and oper- ate the plants. water on Capitol hill. The Truman argument implies that the Congress and the coun- try are incapable of understand- ing the peril we are in. In that case, the end is not far off. In President can't remain inflexible. If Acheson must go to restore the confidence of the country in our foreign policies, then Acheson ought to go." Connally said that Republican tracks are all around in such for- eign policy accomplishments as fact, however, this is not the cause Uhe Marshall plan, Atlantic pact of the fate that has overtaken and the United Nations. Bean Acheson. He is really the j

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