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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1948, Winona, Minnesota Page 2 THE WINOKA KEFCBLICANHKBAID AUGUST The Alsops Bats in Bedrooms Forces jHothing to Get Will Leave lExcited About South Korea VOICE of the OUTDOORS Bridesmaid for Girl Shes Never Seen LAKE WCTONA lce and consequently there would be The following letter pertaining toa renewal ot thejnc Negro Renounces At WIIXIAMS By Joseph and Stewart Alsop Washington The early evacua tion Of the American zone of Korea waa quietly voted by the National Security council about a month The more honest SMte and Defense deoart ment policy mak ers frankly admit that the deci sions ult 1 m a t e effect will be to throw all of Ko rea into the ex panding Soviet Under the this remarkable taken without any public discussion of the grave Issues vohcci and only now dei careful i tho decision is Under the the United Suites and Soviet union are to withdraw their troops from thrlr Korean zones within 901 days oi establishment ol work ng in each But in both the recent decision oi National Security anci the American management of the Korean problem in the were the result of IL debate simong the strategists and planners whether Korea was worth holding at THE CONCLUSION that Korea W not worth holding was reached j on three The occupation1 costs In the American zone of Korea to between and million a The Army can lllj nford the troops now on garrison duty in And from the standpoint of straight military Okinawa and the Japa nese Islands are positions of Jf not greater These are practical considerations of high They are not1 very frankly A pood many of the responsible policy makers even speciously argue that pcrhapu the south Korean regime of Syugman Rhee will be able to maintain its independence after Certain measures to this end are belnff Before the final for the Amj crlcan garrison will recruit andj train a south Korean constabulary oi men or When the American garrison it wiU leave Its arms And gouth Koreans may perhaps be asi slsted by an American military i BUT THE TACTS show that these measures are mere one suspects are primarily designed to save Ths south Korean government la relatively feeble and troubled by a serious problem of communist In north Korea the Soviets have set up an efficient puppet Thls regime has at Its disposal no mere but a full dress army variously estimated to num ber from to Thebest guess is that the north Korean forces actually total as the expense of our occupation south Ko1 la not economically selfsusj The south Koreans cannot I hope to feed with the exception of one small power their entire power supply comes from north Obviously no government can sustain itself against a strong rival government which controls the main food rej owns the power nnd possesses three times more military After the American the Kremlin can take south Korea if and when it without moving a single Russian THEN IF one digs deeper into the background of the Korean another significant group of facts The American abandonment of Korea will have nn disastrous psycho logical and political effect on all the forces ot resistance to commu nist expansion throughout this will be true in adjacent where the national government of Generalissimo Chi ang KaiShek Is perilously close to this politicopsychological factor was only llffhtly weighed in the Korean and lor a very simple Not in Korea but in tiie Netherlands Indies and the the local communist parties are hard n work in the Their armed efforts in Uurma and at a mini seem quite likely to be suc cessful unless counterpressures are soos to be But palsied potence marks the present approach cT the American policymakers to this whole huge Asiatic mainly because of the hangover from the petty political Jolly arid crass disregard for ob vious American which characterized American Asiatic jiohcy in THE MATS objection to the Ko rean cfcisinn is simply that the whether palsy is our only possible Asiatic is going to bulk large in the coming political The who lire so obviously likely to at least want to try to do something jibouc Perhaps they may Perhaps the evacuation of Korea mght even be included in a con structive But it seems outrageous to tnke this crucial decision in the prevailing at mospliere of dank when such decisions are quite likely to prejudice any future attempt to turn the tide in MILLIONS PREFER r for jlSllf Its as pure as money can The worlds seller at JOSEPH ASPIRIN 8 50 i Philadelphia flV A bat to the bedroom Is nothing to get excited according to the FhUadelphlji Academy of Na tural the acade mys director of said yesterday be and other scientists have been somewhat worried of late about the publics atti tude toward jenus batt to Fowler said he has noted in the last few weeks stories telling of the dire results ensuing when hats wandered in to only to be batted about by misguided honsehold Bats are strictly beneficial as far as were said They rid the night skies of all sorts of obnoxious such as flics and mos The big trouble with said is that they sleep In the daytime and start looking for something to eat about the time and Householder are turning out the last Once in a while a bat will wander into someones Fowler that is an easy situation to The only necessary is to open a couple of windows and wait until the bat finds Its way to The whole batty situation will be cleared least tem In the fall all bats in Rood standing hibernate for the I a great deal of rJs life to fish His suggestions deserve real I Here is the letter i Deal Editor I am referring to your col umns Of August 7 and If the writers of these letters would go back a number of they will find an article In your col umn entitled Dredge or This Is the answer to the fish problem In Lake As you and others well Lake Winona is an artificial impound ment and consequently It is subject to all the changes that take place in such water The debris In the bottom of the lake Is caused by the decompo sition of the vegetation in the When the lake is frozen over and there is a heavy the oxygen content comes negligible and with the gases arising from the decompo sition of the vegetable there is consequently a heavy loss of Ilsh You cant get away from Then the proper thing to do would be to dredge the bottom of the lake for the time being and make some corn land on the lower end of the of benefit to the Proper fertili2ation would eliminate the aquatic vegetation and conse quently there would be no further trouble Irom the decom position of thla vegetable mat This would also add to the food supply and the citizens of Winona would soon find that their catches of pan fish and also the predatory brass and northern would In crease to a very great measures should be taken to keep the carp and buffalo under You will never be able to rid the lake of these two species but seining will aid Paris Tlie American em bassy said today Uiat Arthur of wartime jf Pittsburgh Margaret Cart pretty 23yearold assistant bank Is going to Europe to be a bridesmaid for a Dutch girl shes never Two years ago Margaret began corresponding with Llzekee de daughter of Ba ron Albert de onetime captain In a Negro Army mayor of The Their la ternatlonal friendship renounced his American ciU after an American soldier told Margaret that toekee would like Officials were unable to give to correspond with someone in the further information on the states except Uiat the former a Since theyve found a lot took the oath of renunciaj mutual wor one tion ten days ago in the Margaret likes Uzekee hasHe is believed gone to Bel been working In an an ne had beel Uvnsi A few flays ago Lizekee wrote thati It was learned from otter quar shes getting married that discharged from It lovely if Margaret could the Army in America and back m be a bridesmaid It MarEurope on a She secured a threei sought to enlist in the In If Lake Winona were properly I month leave of absence from thelsuch cases the recruiting officer j there would be no necessi Peoples First National bank to make must send for the applicants sen tv for restockine or for size or Daethe records in jty for restocking or for size or bag the If the fish were given thej proper environment and the food all would still be well for the kids of It is my opin ion that the citizens of Winona and all of Its officials owe good fishing to the kids of your and there Is a way to furnish It for them if you really wish to do Old A WORD OF Darby formerly of Wa now at forwarded to us the following copy of a letter he sent to Con gressman August after the passage of the anti drawdown law by In one the suggestion is made to cut holes in the ice to al llow the gas to escape that would be just a waste of time and effort as has been proven many times by This suggestion might be made When there Is aj i heavy snow load on the sevj t u eral sportsmens organisations injast issue of Sport Afield to learn now dld and their and Minnesota are expected to send Winona could get a supply of sootithat you and Vat sportsmen along i whole hearty support when you are both senatorial and gubernatorial and sprinkle it over the Mississippi had finally won theto ol while North Dakota and Inill eliminate the snow and give battle to control the pool levels i With kind personal I am no Senate elections an opportunity for sunlight to pen Very truly be represented only etrate into the water beneath the I sincerely trust that after i Darby candidates for I was overjoyed when reading the the bill becomes a law that the law may be Passing the law Is one step but enforcing it from here on will be the big and with the usual run arounds It may be hard to If the lockmasters on each dam were held re sponsible for lifting the gates and lowering the the pools wouldnt be lowered without an act of Congress and I trust this will be the case While waiting for this data tol Taylor determined to ref enter the Army on a basis of i segregation or renounce j it was Conference jOpens in Chicago mldwestem states will be represented today at the opening of the twoday Mid lands Conference of Democratic i candidates for senator and i Needless to the sportsmen rhe was organized by a along the river will not overlook your j ot chicago It is long fight to put this bill intended to draw up a regional plan and I trust you will receive manyi0f action and strategy to draw more letters and wires of in South Dakota I All Over The 1949 Mercury Sport SOMETHING wonderful happens to you when you look at an All New 1949 seO ond any time yon gee When yon see the gay grace of Mercurys lower lines its closctctheroad you agree That w When you slip into the drivers seat you discover roomier comfort a Beat actually 8 inches And when vou touch the Btartcr the silken purr of that mighty exclusive Mercury engine says Get set for an allnew And what a ride it is Mercurys allnew spring suspension floats you over the Mercurys allnew spring suspension and chassis balance soak up roadshocks like a from top to hamper to inside and 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