Winona Daily News (Newspaper) - February 22, 1960, Winona, Minnesota Colder Tuesday th. 103th of RISES SITS NEW MOON FEB. 26 FEBRUARY 22, CENTS KR COPY I don't WANT teppy SIXTEEN PAGIS Ike Says Puerto Rico Lesson for World aW m m IKE REASSURES WORLD U. S. Anchor For Freedom JOE f. WASHINGTON The United States lias forged an force as anchor of free world President hower has told the American The defensive might is ample for today and constantly is oping to meet the needs of Eisenhower said Sunday night in nationwide radio-TV address on the eve of his for a Latin-American will in the presence of con- all of us can stand resolute and the dent In an indirect reply to critics of the U. S. defense Eisenhower have ated a great deterrent so powerful as to command and to justify the respect of and unbiased observers here at home and of criticism has come from announced or candidates for the cratic presidential Some military both tive and also have ed what they called inadequate or misdirected defense Two announced candidates for the Democratic presidential had more to say Sunday on the defense Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey told a Democratic ing at Green that the United States is far behind the Soviet Union in missile He said Scoreboard in 1962 is expected to show an even er point John F. said in a television interview men who have the same information that the President has come to exact opposite con- and say we are moving into t position of I would err on the side of A third presidential Sen. Stuart Symington said in St. Saturday night that this country is no longer most respected and most admired country in the We're not adequately pre- pared to back up our many com- around the Symington restated on a TV program Sunday night his con- tention that the administration has misled the public on U. S. de- fensive But itt forth ferent In backing up his own appraisal of American the President referred 1. Hundreds of Air Force ers deployed around the each capable of a frightful He said they constitute a force far or to any other in ty and strategic location of 2. A powerful nuclear force in aircraft carriers and in a host of widely tactical 3. Advanced types of He said have literally leaped forward accomplishments no less than in longer range ballistic 4. The Polaris missile firing which he described as almost invulnerable The first two Polaris subs are ex- lo be at sea late this spring or during the is a force not unduly dependent upon any one weapon or any one not subject to elimination by sudden tressed by an industrial system unmatched on and supported by a vigorous people determined to remain it is far better situated than any force that could be brought to bear against Eisenhower said he hoped to make clear on his journey that U. S. military programs at home and abroad have been designed for one purpose tenance of Admiral Nimitz Day Proclaimed in N. Admiral Chester W. birthday Wednesday will be Day in New son A. Rockefeller proclaimed the Sunday and called the World War II leader of the est naval officers in American an- Boy Chokes to Death on Peanuts Mass. Two-year-old Robert E. Clarke Jr. eating peanuts at his birthday choked lo death when some in hii Senate Ahead on Civil Rights By JACK BELL WASHINGTON cratic Leader Lyndon B. Johnson said today the Senate will go ahead with civil rights debate and decide later whether to interrupt it to pass money decision now is to pass a civil rights the Texan told will decide when the appropriations bills are ready whether to lay civil rights aside to consider Any such decision would be ly to contribute to a delay in ate civil rights action until after the House has passed a in this field sometime after March 10. Johnson favors such a but Senate Republican Leader Everett M. Dirksen of Illinois wants to push ahead toward passage of a Senate The meeting despite the Washington's Birthday began its second week of talk about a series of proposals aimed primarily at guaranteeing Negro voting Waiting for the House to act would involve by the Senate of a measure in the form the House passed it. a situation some advocates of stiff civil rights tows would like to In their the House measure is likely to be little more than half of what they Shopping shopping thief did his weekend President Will Return March 6 By STANFORD BRADSHAW SAN Puerto Rico En route to South ident Eisenhower paused in Puerto Rico today and told the islanders they provide a lesson to aspiring peoples of the As he arrived from one band of demonstrators at the airport was clamoring for com- plete independence fot this com- another carried IKE REVIEWS GUARD President Eisenhower and Gov. Luis Munoz Mann inspect a unit of the Puerto Rico National Guard at the San Juan airport just alter the President's arrival in San Puerto Rico This is the first stop on the President's flight to South IAP when he broke into Phil's Market Saturday He stole and also took of 8 of 3 of 2 of 5 of 11 of 3 doz. and 10. cartons of Minnesota Cities Are Charged in WASHINGTON Several Minnesota cities are mentioned in connection with federal grand jury indictments returned in phia last week charging ging on public and private cal equipment Fourteen including General Electric and have been named in the alleged bidding The Minnesota cities of Hibbing and St. Paul and the Valley Electric are among places where the government occurred in the last two Heavy Blanket of Snow for Midwest By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Another heavy snowstorm left .an extensive blanket of white across the Midwest it appeared to have lost most of its punch as it moved into the snow-covered Snow continued during the night in the Great Lakes region and the upper Ohio Valley but falls were The snow belt eastward across ern Maryland and Western New York areas hammered by stormy weather last The same storm dumped up to eight inches of snow in Midwest areas Sunday as it swept across the midlands from northeastern Kansas and Nebraska into the Great Lakes Gusty fashioned huge drifts in many areas and highway travel was Milwaukee had 20 inches of snow on the including a fresh fall of than six Falls ranged from three to eight inches throughout the storm Snow removal operations were under way in the Midwest and in parts of the Skies cleared in some sections of the freshly hit storm It was near zero in parts Iowa and Nebraska and temperatures dropped to near freezing in most of ings in the teens and 20s were general throughout the middle part of the DM still were digging out from week's stormy A snowstorm developed in the Rockies It spread snow across areas of ern Nebraska and Sooth Some total mow depths in 30; Rockford and 1.1: Des and 12; 10; Chicago and KaMM 7. Brown Hanged in Effigy New Prof est sot Chessman Ruling LOS ANGELES Caryl the eighth time a scheduled visit Five Die in Virginia Fire Va. Five among them two young children and an elderly blind died today when fire raged through a three-story ing house in the center of this Valley Eight others were hospitalized in the wake tire predawn blaze which made a shambles of the year-old brick Firemen had not discovered the cause of the Killed were two of five dren of Mr. and Mrs. Harry 5, and ry 4; Otis 57, Claude shirking his legislators and the 70 and Clarence B. 67, the blind Harry 34, was with head and shoulder 60-day breathing spell has stirred up a storm around the man who granted California to tlic gas An effigy of Gov. Brown was found hanging from a flagpole in Gov. Edmund G. front of the Stanislaus County In latest courthouse in crat Brown has Republican Assemblyman Bruce 1. Hanged in effigy by persons I a Pasadena investment I announced over the 2. Threatened with end that he was interested in ment j impeachment of He 3 bv a Republican I said he would consult with other iry jr 57, Claude r u of counsel laler this to give reprieves to three other prisoners on San death Brown said he wants the lature to re-examine the whole question of capital punishment when it meets for a special sion Feb. 29. Tht governor major son for granting the was advice from the U.S. ment that President Eisenhower's South American might be marred by hostile demonstrations if Chessman kept his Thus 38, an 11-year resident on death escaped for HIGH AND DRY The Swedish freighter Monica Smith becomes the center of attraction to sightseers inspecting the vessel standing on Ihe low tide near Race Point house at Mass. An attempt to refloat Ihe freighter at yesterday's high tide Another try Is scheduled The bound for ran aground on the tip of Cape Cod Saturday 4. by members of Gen. Stanley own for top law enforcement of- commented in Los Angeles Brown Friday decided lo Sunday that he believes Chessman not only execution but i go to the gas chamber after his reprieve Mosk is a 4 Die in State Auto Mishaps By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Four victims of rate traffic died in this The deaths raised the 1960 highway toll lo 76. compared with 83 during the same period last Howard 24, was killed Sunday when his car and another collided south of Isanti on slippery Highway 65. The second Gerald E. 21, suffered minor Mrs. Cecelia 54, died in a there resulted from in- juries sustained when she was hit by a car last Thursday Dallas L. 28, South was killed late when his car crashed through a guard rail and plunged down an embankment on the south edge of St. Charles B. Brood was struck by a car as he sought to cross a a WEATHER FEDERAL FORECAST Winona and Vicinity Fair and colder Increasing ness and a little colder Tuesday ol light snow by High today 25, low tonight high Tuesday 15, LOCAL WEATHER Official observations for the 24 hours ending at 12 m. 22; 7; X; 4 inches Official observations for the 24 hours ending at 12 m. 24; 15; 1 inch tanners calling for But Eisenhower did not see are happy that Puerto Rico is a self governing joined to the ed States by her own tht President Rico ii now to realize their aspirations and the Puerto Rico has demonstrated that persistence and faith in one's fellow men and a given destiny can open up ways through barriers and obstacles that might appear to be in- In welcoming the Gov. Luis Munoz Alarin who likes Puerto Rico's present status as a commonwealth of the United States will find among us differences of opinion as to the form that our free union with the United States should de- so far as the great of our people are you will find no differences of opinion as to tile fact that that union should be tht exchange of the President and Munoz went into conference briefly at the bypassing the tors with They were at the other side of the The President's big jet airliner gleamed in the Caribbean sun as it after a 3-hour 4-minute night from The was in Ihe 80s. A crowd of about held down by tight security precautions on Thousands more tried but were unable to get into the guarded Eisenhower was greeted on Ihe of his plane by Munoz Marin who had arrived about 35 minutes in 1 Some of the crowd on the ob- servation platform of the airport carried signs reading Mn. in lish and welcome in Political advocates of making Puerto Rico the 51st state of the Union had an automobile caravan moving in front of the airport ad- ministration Tht Demonstration two Washington episodes in which Puerto Rican nationalists figured 1950 assassination attempt on President Harry S. Truman and the 1954 burst of gunfire in the U.S. House of The President's trip is to carry him to Chile His wife 2'J, escaped Cuba Hits U.S. On Castro Villa Bombing Raid HAVANA The semi- official newspaper Revolution charged today a plane from the States raided a Havana suburb It repeated de- mands that Washington take An army communique said only a engine bomber of World War II vintage flew north after raiding the suburb where Prime Minister Fidel Castro has a Eyewitnesses said the parent was the Shell and Esso dows one refinery were broken by bomb the communique In a Slate ment spokesman said the ment knew nothing about the The new coming on the heels of a raid by a based plane on a sugar mill east of Havana last prompted a new blast from seems impossible that after the at Espana sugar mill and subsequent actions arid declarations U.S. a new bombing raid from the United States would it The organ of Castro's movement jaid bombings be terminated at ail and more action is required than from the North American Department of State and its Lincoln Castro was not at his villa in the suburbs at the time of the He later toured the talking with people who said they had seen the plane or heard But he issued no villa sel it a edly joined in shooting at the Broadcast Sunday night aimed at which disappeared American as well as U. S. ward after dropping several ears IIe u s nuclear Uruguay in the next 10 The three oilier dren wore among the eight with their con- ditions were not An army communique said the plane flew in from the north but did not attempt to its er strength and developing missile power make up trustworthy on Page Column 4) IKE LEAPS FROM FIRI Rescue Squad members treat mm who leaped troth second floor porch of boarding house in where fire claimed He was rushed to the when other victim MM.