Winona Republican Herald, November 6, 1953

Winona Republican Herald

November 06, 1953

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Issue date: Friday, November 6, 1953

Pages available: 18

Previous edition: Thursday, November 5, 1953

Next edition: Saturday, November 7, 1953

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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1953, Winona, Minnesota Cloudy and Not So Cold Tonight; Warmer Saturday VOLUME 53, NO. 221 Are You Wearing a Red Feather? SIX CENTS PER COPY WINONA, MINNESOTA, FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 6, 1953 EIGHTEEN PAGES At A Homecoming Celebration in Minneapolis Thursday, Winona's OWE Paul Giel, University of Minnesota football captain, presented the 1953 Homecoming Queen, Carol Lundstrom, St. Paul, with a bouquet of roses and a kiss on the cheek. Giel promised the queen a victory in the game with Indiana Saturday on behalf of the team. (UP Telephoto) Ike Loosens Ban On Restricted News By MARVIN L. ARROWSMITH WASHINGTON President Eisenhower today issued an order designed to give citizens a freer flow of information about their government without jeopardizing national security. Effective Dec. 15, the order replaces a controversial measure former President Truman put on the books Sept. 24, 1951. In announcing the forthcoming repeal of the Truman order, Atty. Gen Brownell denounced it as smacking of "dictatorship." The Cab- TODAY iticians Stumped By Voters By STEWART ALSOP inet officer also said that tmder the old order government officials could "cover up dereliction" of duty and mistakes. Truman, responding to similar criticism from editors when his or- der was issued, denied there was any cover-up involved. He said the measure actually would promote the flow of news.and sought only to keep security secrets from po- tential enemies. Brownell outlined the new Ei- senhower order at a news confer- ence before leaving for Chicago to address a meeting of The Asso- ciated Press Managing Editors unpredict-1 Assn. today. He said the measure 'includes suggestions made by that organization, the American Society of Newspaper Editors and repre- Must Strengthen BorderDefenses, Sen. Wiley Says GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. The United States "should take extra- ordinary measures" to strengthen its continental defenses in the opinion of Senator Wiley He told the Grand Rapids Coun- cil on World Affairs Wednesday night that this nation faces "the terrible prospect that very soon they

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