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   Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1954, Winona, Minnesota                              Fair Tonight And Wednesday, Warmer Wednesday COT NINETY-EIGHTH YEAR. NO. 91 SIX CENTS PER COPY WINONA, MINNESOTA, TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 9, 1954 EIOHTEIN PAOIS Levander May Run for Attorney General If Burnquist Decides on Senate Race By JACK B. MACKAY I the Senate provided he can get ST. PAUL W. all elements vander, former state director of social welfare, will get strong backing of the Republican party for attorney general if Arty. Gen. Burnquist decides to run for the U.S. Senate seat now held by Sen. Humphrey, the Associated 'Press learned today. Levander is a former Republican state chairman and can get the support of the regular Republicans, in the Republican party. Heavy pressure has been exerted on Val Bjornson, state treasurer, to give up that spot and become Sen. Humphrey's opponent, but it was reported that he has resisted thus far. The situation is expected to be clarified next week when Goy. Anderson plans to announce his political intentions. "I expect to make an announce- wi wiv. ik.gu.iai i j. cApeut LU mettle aii snnuunce- it was reported, iu the event therelment next Gov. Anderson is a vacancy for attorney general, j said today, but he refused to Burnquist, it was said, is ready) elaborate. and willing to make the race for The governor is expected to dis- Fern Here Setting Earliest Opening on Record The Coast Guard Cutter Fern was expected to arrive in Winona this afternoon, the earliest up- stream passage in the 98-year rec- ord of river navigation. Making little use of the ice plo attached to the prow of the boat the Fern passed through Lock Dam 8 at Genoa at 11 a.m. Mon day and through Lock Dam 6 a Trempealeau at a.m. today. The existing record for early ar rival of the first boat is exacth Woman Slain At Long Beach, Husband Held a week away. The previous record, March 16, was recorded in 1864, 1934, 1944, 1947 and 1953. And the Fern probably won't en- counter too much difficulty during the remainder of the trip to the Twin Cities. Reports from Lake City indicate that the ice on Lake Pepin was only about a foot thick a week ago and considered to be too thin to permit accurate testing of the thickness. There isn't much prospect for a reversal of the temperatures that would cause the Fern difficulty in the remainder of the trip. No advance notice of another up- stream boat has been received here. The Weather Bureau indicates that although it will be a little colder tonight, warmer tempera- tures can be expected Wednesday. A low of 28 is forecast locally to- night and Wednesday's readings will be around 44. It was 39 at close that he will seek re-election and this, of course, will lead to a determined effort to select the senatorial candidate who will gel an unofficial nod. The Republican party, under its constitution, is pro- hibited from endorsing a candidate before the primary election. Burnquist, who served as gover- nor for three terms and as attor- ney general since 1939, has an imposing record as a vote getter and is considered by old time political leaders to be the man who can outdistance anyone else in an open primary. Gov. Anderson refused to com- ment on a report- that former Gov. Harold E. Stassen may give up his post as Foreign Operations director and return to Minnesota to file for senator. It was Stassen who, while gov- ernor, picked Edward J. Thye as Flanders Says McCarthy Out To Shatter GOP Vermont Senator Sorry Wisconsin Solon Not Present WASHINGTON WV-Sen. Flanders (R-Vt) said in the Senate today that Sen. McCarthy (R-Wis) "is doing his best to shatter" the Re- publican party "by intention or through ignorance." He said McCarthy belongs to a 'one-man party, (whose) name is McCarthyism, a title which he has proudly accepted." McCarthy's search for internal the man to succeed him after he j subversion is diverting the nation enlisted in the Navy. Thye external troubles to an "ex- was commissioner pf agriculture tent dangerous to our future as a and got support from Stassen in Flanders told his col- 8 Latin-American Nation a primary race against C, Elmer Anderson, then lieutenant gover- nor. It was the only term, begin- ning in 1943, that Anderson did not serve as lieutenant governor since 1939. If Burnquist should run he is expected to "go along-' with both Sen. Thye and Sen. Humphrey in favoring high price supports for the farmer. Secretary of Agricul- ture Benson and President Eisen- hower are behind a flexible price 856 857 853 E59 860 361 862 863 804 865 866 857 LONG BF.4.CH. Calif, (ffl A 3-year-old girl thought her. parents were sick while she played all day, police reported, in a bloody apartment where her mother lay dead and her father critically in- jured. The body of Mrs. June V. Leal, 34, beaten and with puncture wounds on the head and torso was found Monday. Her husband, Ar- mando A. Leal, 39, lay in a bed, j moaning and suffering from I wounds. on the. head and left 11573 Wrist. 'S74 Detective Ted Sizemore said a geologist's ore pick, broken, was found in the apartment and ap- parently was the weapon used. He said Leal's wounds appeared to have been self inflicted. Leal was booked on suspicion of murder. He was still unconscious and in a critical condition today. noon today. A list of "first arrivals" follows: Alhaaibra .............April April April 3 April 8 1880 J881 TODAY What They Tell the President Brazil......... Grey Eagle Chippewa Northern Light Keolcut Keokuk Union Lansing Addle Johnston ot St. Paul Diamond Jo Buckeye Keotal; April it Addle Johnston .....March 18 Belle of La Crosse April fl Union........ Northwestern Lake Superior April 10 j i Dubuque April 10 Diamond Jo.......... April 7 Arkansas ...........March '9 Josie April March 24 March 2J March 24 April 11 April l April 10 April 1 April 5 April 12 March 30 March 31 April 12 April 2 April 7 April 6 April 5 price support program now pend- ing in Congress. Snow Flurries Remind Dulufh Of Worst Storm By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Light snow flurries sifted over the Head of the Lakes area to- day, a gentle reminder of what oldtimers call the worst storm in Duluth's history just 62 years ago. The big storm started on the morning of March rolling ir on winds up to 60 miles an hour Fifteen inches of snow fell durin leagues, adding: "The dangerous attack is from without, not from within. Look out, senators, and see what is creeping upon Flanders said the world appears to be arming for "age-long war- fare between God and the split into Communist and non- Communists camps .and asked: "In this battle what is the part of the junior senator from Wisconsin? March la Marcb 18 March 26 April 21 the day, with some drifts reachin, March 16 I toPs poles. March 30 i Store fronts on Superior Stree April 13 were Dlocked, making it necessary March 21 April 4 Ida Fulton Josle Josephine Libbie Conger Hartford Josle Llbble Conger Sidney City of Winona Plttsburs Gardle Eastman Silver Crescent Lafayette Lamb Reindeer E. J. Wheeler Alert E.. J, Wheeler 1385 isss 1887 1883 1889 1890 1891 1892 1893 1 1894 1835 I 1896 1897......Saturn Cyclone Musscr Frontenac Good Luck Ben Hershey Frontenac Frontenac Ben Hershey 1893 1900 j 1901 1902 1903 1904 1305 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 H. L.................April North Star April 23 March 2? By JOSEPH and STEWART ALSOP WASHINGTON Every time I? there is one of the constantly re- curring McCarthy crises, this is about what President Eisenhower hears from certain "practical" po- litical advisers: "Mr. President, know how {922 you feel about the Republican wjjs party. We know you could have i "35 had the Democratic nomination! IMS any time you crooked your littie JjjHg finger, but you gave up everything 1929 to 'run on the Republican ticket "30 and lend us out of the wilderness 11932 of'creeping socialism. Now. in ities, you've sot to be practical. And we Rtpublicans just got i 1936 to hold both Houses of Congress this vear. 1915 1916 Orion 1917 1818 1919 1S20 1921 Lydia Van Sant Een Hershey Van San: Eclipse Jap............. Percy Swain Ideal Oronoco for workers to tunnel put. Hotel were jammed to capacity and IOC stranded residents spent the nigh in the jail the only remaining shelter, Dairy Support Slash Called Legal Necessity DAYTON, Ohio Undersecre- tary of Agriculture True D. Morse said today the government had no choice but to lower price supports for dairy products in the market- ing year beginning April 1. Morse said that Secretary Ben- son, in lowering the supports for butter, cheese and dried milk from the present level of 90 per cent "9! of parity to 75 per cent, followed April 13 April 5 March 28 April 25 April 5 March 29 March 27 March 26 April 13 April the Agriculture De- VApri! -1 a April li partment's solicitor, or top legal April 10 1 officer. March so i Paritv is a standard for measur- Into War Dance "He dons his war-paint. He goes into his war-dance. He emits his war-whoops. He goes forth to battle and proudly returns with the scalp of a pink Army dentist." This was a reference to Dr. Irving Peress, New York dentist given an honorable discharge from the Army recently despite his re- fusal to answer questions on pos- sible Communist links asked him by Sen. McCarthy, chairman of the Senate Permanent Investigations Subcommittee. McCarthy is in New York today. Flanders noted McCarthy's ab- sence and said be wished McCarthy were here. Although McCarthy's activities have long been a point of contro-j versy within his party, it was one of the first instances in the Senate that a Republican has spoken out so strongly. Flanders, who calls himself a member of "liberal wing" of the Republican party, asked: "To what party does (McCarthy) belong? Is he a hidden satellite of the Democratic party to which he is furnishing so much material for quiet mirth? It does not seem that his Republican label can be stuck on very tightly, when by intention or through ignorance he is doing his best to shatter that party whose label he weans. He no longer claims or wants any support from the Com- munist fringe. What is his party af- Flanders said j found "much to praise and much to deplore in Mc- Carthyism." The praiseworthy part, he said, "is the vigorous and effective house cleaning which it displays." When.the Republicans took over h.e government early last year, Glanders said, "the premises were dirty McCarthy charged into these 'dirty premises with all the energy and enthusiasm of a natural born Flanders continued. "He found dirt under the rug >ehind the chiffonier in all the corners. He found cobwebs an piders in the cellarway. All tni .irt he found and displayed, an he clean-up he personally super intended." jviivrcn du i April ijing farm prices declared by law .....Ideal 27 ito be. fair to farraers m relation ideal April 11 to prices they pay. In a speech prepared for the Minnesota Minnesota Dandelion April 6 March 29 I April 24 Miami Valley Milk Producers Dandelion April IB Assn., Morse said farm law spe- 31 cificaliy directs the secretary of1 A Choking Pal! of black sftioke orolls over Buf- falo, N. Y., as firemen battle a general alarm blaze that destroyed a ten-story warehouse near the downtown section Monday. .The flames leaped across the street and damaged a smaller build- ing. (AP Wirephoto) Picks Nixon To A nswer Adlai Vote Assassination Best for Politician, pv_ cx Fury General Alien Genera] Allen General Allen General Allen General Allen General Allen General Ailen April 6 March 28 March 28 March 22 March 22 March 25 March 31 March 23 Elinor March 16 March 22 )ischarge Papers )rawnUpfor4 Sfillwater Employes j 1938 1939 "If the Democrats win they'll or- i ini-vn 4k rl ___1 1941 General Alien General AUen General Ailen General Allen General Alien "The solicitor of the department the undersecretary said, "that the supply situation was such that the Iower of support 1944 1945 19-16 Sycamore......... March 21 Del Commune March 31 April 1 1 would nave to be applied within Tom Sawyer Fern Fern 1947 Cairo 1951 1952 Sycamore Sycamore Memphis Sycamore Fern gaoize the Congress, and then they'll just thumb their noses at you. They'll stop your progressive dynamic program dead cold in its tracks, and we'll start drifting to socialism again. The Democrats will'be pretty sure bets to spend their way back into the White House again in '56, and then the country will be in for another 20 years of corruption and leftism, j We're sure you agree that would I be a real national disaster for America." n j j Arguments Repeated rOUlld UedU 111 It is possible to reproduce these arguments confidently, simply be- cause they are constantly repeat- ed, like an old, cracked grama-! March 19 3fl houses.' March 18 Fern March 16 Fern March 3 dent, but to all those who do not want the President to knuckle un- der to McCarthy. The second point fellows naturally from the first- Republican defeat in November being equated with national dis- aster, Republican victory is then equated with Joseph H. McCarthy, as follows: "Now, Mr. President, as a down- to-earth matter of practical pol- (Continued on Page S, Column 2) ALSOPS Rochester Creek ROCHESTER, Minn. W The agriculture to support dairy prices! between 75 and 90 per cent of I parity, at a level which he deter-1 STILLWATER Minn. Dis- mmes "assure an adequate j charge papers were being drawn c'm up today against four of five sus- pended Stillwater Prison es. At the same time the county attorney said there still isn't enough evidence to bring legal action against the group for alleged smuggling of contraband into the prison. Alvin Gillette, correctional super visor in the State Department of Welfare, said the discharge papers were being drawn up for filing by Warden Edwin T. Swenson. He said it was up to William T. Johnson, Washington County attorney, to de- cide whether court action would be brought against the four. Gillette is questionable" whether discharge .papers would be drawn up for Anton Toetsching- of the law." Morse said the lower support level will enable the dairy industry "recapture some of the lost March. 22 j markets to help move our dairy March 28! Products into human consumption March 27 j instead of into government ware- WEATHER FEDERAL FORECAST Winona and Generally phone record, not only to the Presi- body "of Rex "Pomroyi 57, Grand hours ?nding at 12 m. fair tonight and Wednesday. A lit- er' one of fte suspended guards, tie colder tonight, somewhat warmer Wednesday. Low tonight 28, high Wednesday 44. LOCAL WEATHER Official observations for the 24 Rapid-s, Minn, was found in a shal-i Maximum, 45: minimum, 17; low section of Bear Creek in south- noon' 39' precipitation, none; sun west Rochester early today. There I sets tonight at sun rises was no evidence of foul play. NEW YORK W) Former President Harry S. Truman had two light, one told today about a mysterious .threat against Sen. Joseph R. McCar- thy. On his customary pre-break- fast stroll newsmen told Tru- man of the anonymous tele- phone call received early today at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel warning that "something terri- ble" would happen to McCar- thy. The ex-president smiled and jokingly said: "Oh, Pshaw! I don't see why anyone would want to kill him. We'd have no entertainment at an if they killed him." Then, the smile vanished and Truman added soberly: "I don't believe in govern- ment by assassination." The former president added that "the best assassination a politician can get is vote as- sassination." BenHey Reported Improved After Second Operation WASHINGTON Wi Rep. Alvin H. Bentley seriously wounded in the House of Repre- entatives shooting last week, was eported today to have had a 'very satisfactory night" follow- ng surgery Monday. Bentley, 35, underwent a 15-min- ite operation for removal of gauze acking from his shattered liver nd for replacement of a drain. McCarthy Plans Own Reply, Asks Full Radio Time By FRED S. HOFFMAN WASHINGTON W-President Ei- senhower, it now -is known, hand- picked Vice President Nixon to _ fire back the Republican party's j for hammer Roosevelt Faces Tough Battle For Nomination LOS ANGELES "hammer and tongs" battle is promised James Roosevelt in the race for the Democratic nomination for congressman from California's 26th son that the GOP is using "sland- er, dissension and deception" to try to win the coming congression- al elections. But Sen. McCarthy Pomroy had been a patient at the Mayo clinic. An autopsy was ordered to determine cause of death. Police found money and seaman's papers on the body. Pomroy apparently fell from a 11 in 'inches of water. morrow at AIRPORT WEATHER (No. Central Observations) Max. temp. 41 at p.m. Mon- day. Low, 34 degrees at a.m. today. Noon 37, an overcast at feet with breaks and visibility over 15 miles, wind from the northwest at 15 miles per hour, barometer 29.75 rising and humidity 54 per cent. Governor Refuses Comment on Special Legislative Gaining Strength Daily ST. PAUL OP) Gov. Anderson today declined to comment on the Minnesota Highway Study Com- mission's action in voting to recommend a special session of the Legislature. By a 13-11 vote, the commission decided to ask the governor to call a special session to write a constitutional amendment aimed at changing the present distribu- tion of auto license fees. VATICAN CITY Pope Pius is increasing his solid diet daily and regaining strength lost through his serious illness, Vatican sources said today. while terming Nixon an "excellent choice" to speak for the party, made it clear last night he still expects NBC and CBS to give him free radio and TV time to reply io what he called a "vicious at- tack on me personally" by Ste- venson, the Democrats' 1952 pres- 'dential candidate, "I am delegating to no one the authority to defend Mc- Carthy told newsmen in New York after he had learned the two big networks had rejected his demand "or equal air time but had agreed nstead to give the Republican par- y a 30-minute rebuttal period next Saturday night. May Appeal to FCC The Wisconsin senator hinted itrongly he might take the matter o the Federal Communications i ommission of which his! riend, Robert E. Lee, recently secame a member. The FCC li- enses and regulates radio and elevision operations. Addressing a big Democratic rally in Miami, Fla., last Satur- day night, Stevenson aimed much of his attack at McCarthy, whom (he accused of seeking to lead the 1 Republican party to a "malign and fatal totalitarianism." The titular leader of the Democrats also said the Republicans are divided "half McCarthy and half Eisenhower.' Chairman Leonard W. Hall pf the Republican National Commit- tee, claiming that Stevenson had "impugned the Eisenhower admin- got in ahead of Mc- Carthy yesterday with a formal bid for equal radio and TV time to reply. He stressed that Steven- son spoke as leader of the: Demo- cratic party. District. Ned Redding, 48, a community newspaper publisher and an- nounced Democratic candidate declared Monday: "The fight he (Roosevelt) has will give him tongs manner." Roosevelt surprised many politi- cal observers by winning the en- dorsement Sunday of the 26th Dis- trict Democratic Council. Redding had asked that his name not be considered by the council because he did not consider the group rep- resentative. The primary will be June 8, Vandenberg Worse, Hospital Reports WASHINGTON condition of Gen. Hoyt S. Vandenberg has taken a turn for the worse, a Wal- ter Reed Hospital spokesman said early today. The famed 54-year-old flier, who retired as Air Force chief of staff last June, has been in the hospi- tal since Oct. 3. Nature of his ill- ness has never been officially dis- closed. ian Dulles Calls for United Action To Halt Reds U.S. Gains Ground In Plea for Unity Against Communists CARACAS, Venezuela more Latin-American nations de- clared their support at the 10th [nter-American Conference today of the U.S. plan for united action to halt Communism in this hemis- phere. This made a total of eight countries to throw their weight be- lifld the proposal. Cuba, Panama and Venezuela plumped for the "Dulles Doctrine" at today's session. Brazil, the Do- minican Republic, Paraguay, Hon- duras and Nicaragua indicated their approval Monday. Haiti also called for anti-Red action "not in conflict with the principle of non- ntervention." Panama suggested an amend- ment banning racial discrimination as a means of combatting inter- national Communism. The amend- ment was introduced by Mrs. Cecilia Remon, wife of Panaman- ian President Jose Antonio Remon. Underlining the importance President Eisenhower's govern- ment puts on the issue, Dullei canceled a speaking engagement in Philadelphia tomorrow to con- tinue his personal watch on the progress of his anti-Communist resolution. Discussion of it in the Political-Juridical Committee was expected to take several more days. The U. S. resolution would call for the 21 Americans republics to consult and act jointly against Communist seizure of power in any of the American states, just as they now are pledged to repel jointly invasion by a foreign ag- gressor. It would also provide for disclosure of identity, activities and sources of funds of persons spreading Communist propaganda or traveling in the interests of the Red cause. Mexico submitted an amend- ment to expand such joint action o all forms of totalitarian inter- in the Americas. Launching the committee de- >ate yesterday, Dulles answered Guatemala's demand that he de- "ine international Communism. He described it as "that far-flung clandestine political organization vhich is operated by the leaders jf the Communist party of the So- viet Union." He said one of its aims was to bring parts of the iVestern Hemisphere into its grip. Brazilian Foreign Minister Vic- ante Rao said he would prefer to peak of "Soviet interyentionism" than Communist penetra- tion. He warned that "inter-Ameri- an Ameri- an nation interfering with the af- airs of not be per- mitted to mask under the guise f anti-Communist action. GuiUermo Sevilla Sacasa, Nic- raguan ambassador to Washing- on, said his nation also rejected state's intervention in the af- airs of another "to impose its one- ided but joint action against oreign ideas threatening peace nd harmony in the continent is ot intervention, Mexico's position still was not '.ear. Foreign Minister Luis Pa- dilia Nervo told the plenary, ses- on his government rejected the ,ea that the mission of watching ver national institutions has "be- ome a question of international haracter, subject to collective ae- on." Each nation, Padilla declared, hould be the judge of what is ibversive activity within its ter- tory, according to its own laws nd constitutional precepts. These sources said the 78-year-1 Thus, Hall wired both big net- old Pontiff's ability to take greater j works that "this is not- a matter amounts of solid food "has personal rebuttal by' any in- ed optimism for his steady and I apparent reference full recovery." 'to McCarthy. New Traffic Fine Box Saves Trip to Station NORMAN, Okla. (m Fuming drivers who wouldn't be caught less the police station to pay a parking fine have found salvation at last in the "Traf-o-teria." The little device, installed re- cently on all parking meters here as an experiment, turns potential nonpayers of parking tickets into law-abiding citizens. Indications are it's going over big with the paying customers. A motorist here receives a park- iflg ticket and an envelope. If he puts the ticket and 50 cents into :he envelope and places it in the Traf-o-teria, an aluminum box at- ;ached to the parking meter, the line is considered paid. Wait 48 hours and the ante goes up to Police Chief Albert Dodd thinks the pay-as-you-drive will be a bonanza in enforcement of.the city's traffic codes. "Used to reflected Dodd, "women were pretty reluctant to come to the station, and they'd give the tickets to their husbands, who chances are, would forget to pay them. Now the women pay better than men." Overtime parking fines collected in the boxes during the first month of "Operation Traf-o-teria" totaled Dodd said, a 135 per cent in- crease over the previous month's take. Conceding that a few nasty notes crop up along with the ticket en- velopes, chewing gum, match covers, and assorted loot when the collecting officers empty the box- es, the chief insisted that so far public reaction has been "auite favorable."   

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