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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1949, Winona, Minnesota COOLER TONIGHT, FRIDAY FAIR GIVE TO THE GOOD FELLOWS VOLUME 49, NO. 243 WINONA, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 1, 1949 FIVE CENTS PER COPY TWENTY-FOUR PAGES TODAY- Blast at Tito New Jolt to World Peace By DcWltt Mackenzie A.P. Foreign Affairs Analyst I World peace has received anoth-j er jolt as the result of the Soviet; comlnform'.s call to communists inj all countries to join in a wholesale1 effort to unseat rebellious Marshal! Tito of Yugoslavia. The to the c o m i n tern, or general staff for world revolution disclosed details of its pro- gram. However foreign diplomat- ic quarters in- New York say they have re- ceived reports that an anti-Tito coup is planned for sometime be- tween Christmas and Easter. This scheme is said to call for aj revolt in Yugoslavia. That would be followed up by a call from the leaders of the rebellion for help from orthodox communists In neighboring Hungary and Romania. The crossing of guerrilla troops from a foreign country into Yugo- slavia obviously would create a ter- ribly explosive situation. BRITISH MINISTER ol State Hector McNeil gave the cominform] move a hot shot in the United Na- tions assembly first) time, the subject has been brought up in that body. He was discussing the recent Soviet peace-speeches j and remarked that the coroinform attack was "most remarkable" for a peace campaign, adding: "It Is more like a war manifesto than a peace manifesto." Moscow's anxiety over Titolsm Is understandable. It is a great threat against orthodox communism, provides that all red coun- tries surrender their sovereignty to Moscow. Tito while subscribing to Marxian communism, is a red-hot nationalist who refuses to surren- der Yugoslavia's sovereignty to, anybody. I Russia claims thai Tito is trying! to destroy the Soviet conception and substitute his new brand of na- ers to Work 3- Heil, Ex-Governor Of Wisconsin, D Sullivan, yesterday ended "one of the best days" that former Governor Julius P. Heil ever spent. I The Immigrant farm boy who grew up to be- a millionaire indus- trialist and governor of Wisconsin died a heart attack on a hunting trip. He was "3. i Heil collapsed yesterday while riding in the car of his host, Henry Kuehn. president of the Wisconsin Cold Storage Company, of Milwaukee. 'They were driving in the Bark river Mackenzie game preserve, two miles southwest 'oE here in Jefferson county at the :time Kuehn drove quickly to the Radio Beacon i eacj Assured New Winona Airport Weather Information Landing Directions Will Be Given Winona wiU be the first ol five cities to ftave its munlci- ;of John Wade, game airp0rt equipped with a naviga- caretaker. There the former ajd system featuring a non- ernor was pronounced dead by Dr. directional radio beacon. Malcolm Roger, a Milwaukee heart f act was re vealed today when specialist, who was hunting near- three officials from the state depart- by with Mel Ellis, outdoor writer jment of aeronautics landed at thej for the Milwaukee Journal. IWinona airport at p, m. on Funeral services will be held Sat- inspection tour. Way with the Masonic order inspecting gwa-m airport to- cnaige. i transport engineer, state department The service will be held at 2 p. aeronautics, and E. H. Odland at the Scottish Rite cathedral un-i pjannmg engineer, also from the der the direction of Independence jstate aeronautics department, botl- Lodge No. 80. A. F. 4: A. M. Holman Field, St. Paul, and will be in Wisconsin Memorial park.jjj_ Q, Rees. from the scheduled flight Six nephews of the former gov- operations branch of the civil aero- ernor will serve as pallbearers. administration, stationed at iare: John N., Dr. Julius V.. Richard land Joseph Heil, all of Milwaukee; Wold Chamberlain Field, Minnea- polis. Julius Hell tionalist communism in the satellite countries. Whether the two-fisted marshal bis any sues sweeping project In Larson, accused of murdering the La mind remains to be seen. He cer- tainly is bent on establishing his of communism In his own country. And it is true that Tito commu- is trying to raise Its head in Larson Letters Central Issue in McLoone Murder Crosse, Wis. Two col- leagues of the late Dr. James Me- Leonard Conrad of Hillside, N. J.; Installation of the system, which and Claude Conrad of Seattle.lwill cost more than S3.000, has al- Wash, There will be no honorary ready been approved and authorized, pallbearers with tne state aeronautics depart- Hunt ment 'financing the project. Resumed Hunt other communities to receive the Ellis pieced together this aid systera, designated as an] count of Heil's last day: j-n" facility by the state, include: Heil hunted in the morning with Ely, Mankato, Bemidji and Inter-! his son, Joseph F., president of; national Falls. the Heil Company. The elder Heilj Tentative allocation of frequen- was chairman of the company's'cies and the tentative allocation of board. The former governor output have been received one pheasant while With his son. 'from the Federal Communications At noon Joseph left to return to I commission by L. L. Schroeder, state Milwaukee and the former gov- commissioner of aeronautics. Kuehn Erwin Raus- Winona's airport station will bei Bter SO or U0.watt tm broadcasting within a 100-mile la. attempt to retrieve the bodies An Affable John L. Lewis, left, United Mine Workers boss, chats with union representatives in the lobby of Hotel Roosevelt at New York city prior to announcing resumption of the three-day work week in coal mines throughout the U. S. (A.P. Wirephoto to The Republican-Herald.) Wrecked C-54 Nationalism Increasing Found, Bodies Hidden in Snow Wash. Air Force; n Western Germany By James Devlin Frankfurt, officials showed increasing con- cern today over the question of rising German nationalism. TJ S High Commissioner John J. McCloy said last night there had i '''some rise-" in nationalistic tendencies In western Germany. But le was not certain Lewis Order Seen Easing Workers' Plight Pits Preparing For Reopening Monday Morning By Harold W, Ward New York John L. Lewis today put the nation's coal miners back on a three-day work week. The mine union chief acted us virtually all of the nation's 400.000 I soft coal miners stayed away from I the pits following the end of a three- Week truce last midnight. Lewis told hard coal miners 'as well as the bituminous diggers to return to work Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of each week, start- ing next. Monday until contracts are signed with -'individual coal com- panies. His announcement meant that the strike which began at midnight was partially called off less than H hours later although the soft coal miners won't actually return to work until Monday. It also meant that Lewis was abandoning his drive for nation-wide contracts in favor of. agreements with, individual, companies. And it meant that the men who dig the coal will work, part time, at least, during the Christmas season. Some grumbling had been reported from the ranks at the pros- pect of idleness with the holiday coming on. Anthracite miners, mostly in east- era Pennsylvania, have been back and Heil had only a sandwich during ditions, and bring them safely Into me seed Loone testified today he showed. After the meal the four men re- on a radio beacon them a bitter letter from Arnold Weather information will also be broadcast over the station every half hour. The officials were scheduled to iconfer with William Galewski and Their appearance was preceded i birds with the aid of Joseph Heils R_ j Patngaudei co.managers of Crosse physician. sumed the hunt, riding- about the preserve in Kuenn's car. I At intervals they stopped to flush by Circuit Judge Roland Steinle's ruling that their statements con- cerning missing letters allegedly written by Larson could be allowed (Contained on Page 21, Column 4.) HEIL could be expected. six fliers from sides of Sit. Ou. leave them until A chartered C-54 transport plane found today that nation-! was located by a search party yes- u are Decomlag more vocal with! terday feet up at Muddy lessening of Allied military con- cier on the high tain. The only two members some Winona's municipal afternoon. some of the satellite trie tnat the state will con- among them being Poland, Czech-! nect it jn a manner indicated oslovftkia and Hungary. Moscow at a prevlous meeting of opposing has reason to worry. j counsel Mile Per Hour locket airport, this j age_jjobert Quoidbach of and Corporal Leroy La Vigne of was no evidence of any general_uP-( Virginia, they found no! surge of the nazi-type thinking bodies inside the plane. j among the rank and file. Quoidbach said he assumed the Earlier McCloy had said he as- bodies were thrown clear or theisumed there were "areas and groups plane and buried under many feet'still motivated by nationalism in its of snow. He estimated it would be; sinister sense next June before a ground as distinguished from healthy pa- could safely search the treacherous triotism. mountain sides for the bodies. in the report paper Pravda that there are Q{ ftis wo.year.; sttintlal groups of anti-iitoistjKug- Qld son who had bcen under; Europe 'working for his overthrow. care. j PHVha wort m and institution conle to tne conclusion to fly from New York miles would be up above Force base near Tacoma, Wash., Y lavla you are Ior lne Francisco in less than an hour; atmosphere, somewhere over 30 to Portland Ore non.Yugo-'of Jimmy. If it were not for you.jwas described to the American So-jmiles. This part would be a big. Some American officials have prl- g-to-24-Month Term for May Conspiracy Washington Former Rep- resentative Andrew J. May (D.-Ky.) today was ordered to start serving on Saturday an eight to 24-month jail sentence for wartime bribery It Isn't So Pittsburgh a news began his program "John i. Lewis just shot Santa then went on telling: of the coal strike. In Chicago a dozen children promptly grabbed their t-'ili.'- phones last nigbt and called the Sun-Times. "Say it Isn't they begged. The news- paper obliged. Back In Pittsburgh the broad- caster. Commentator Paul Long, said "Yon don't mean that really happened? I can hardly believe and conspiracy. Federal Judge Henry A. Schweln-jat work since mid-September. Soft By Howard W. Blakeslee Associated Press Science Editor New York grasp of present day technology." The plane would travel 1200 miles under rocket power, and then glide A rocket miies farther. Most of the first haut turned down May's appeal for a reduction of the term. The ground party was forced tolvately concern at the in-, return to .its base camp last o? publications, by a driving snowstorm and frigid] 50-mile-an-hour winds. j The C-54 crashf-d nine days on a. training flight from the" open. ciety of Mechanical Engineers to-j fjat arch in the- blue. day. The glide would start at 27 miles It will travel about miles; altitude. This is where there is a boring Albania, informed onice at J a. m. hour but will ]and at iso.jtiny amount of air, enough to gen- mnke the guess that the total 1947, _a few hours after Dr. Tne shape is a fat> sharp-pointedjtly begin slowing the ship, but coal miners have worked only three weeks since September 19. Today's back-to-work order was in the decision. The judge i issued at a thrice-postponed meet- ,.nu.any ui that he turn himself overling of the United Mine Workers' [tx> tne marshal of the eastern policy committee, trict of Kentucky Saturday. May wasj The action came after Presidential at his home in Prestonburg. j Press Secretary Charles G. Ross U Ti There also have been increasedj Henry A_ Garsson and Murrayjsaid at Key West. Flo., that Presi- by such groups as heads of a war-1 dent Truman would not intervene "Friends of Otto Strasser, empire from whichlin the coal dispute for at least be between 12000 and 15.000. Re-i ________________ bullet riddled body go feet ajng feet wide. e f ports say the latest arrivals in found on a road near the city's pair of small wings set mid- enough to burn her up by friction. The ship takes off weighing 50 j i way between point tail. Thej tons. But by the time she begins] the srarch __________ among McLoone s personal, office and drawing was shown! Dr. Tsien said the best takeoff j ;noss files was made in the presence to American Rocket society be vertically upward. Hunt Pressed For Crcoksfon 'Hcaven'Vorb'id that another world of Dr. Egan. District Attorney John After getting above the air the! jQll LjVUUvVj war should grow out oi this issue..Coleman, Dr. George Reay. county shen Tsicni Of me California In-rocket fuel will be hydrogen-with j coroner; and Ivan Wright, chief ol sytute of Technology. eigher oxygen or fluorine, all ofi Slayer Given Death Sentence stirrings by such groups as "Friends of Otto follow lot one of the founders of the was ot hours. I party who is now in exiie in Can-ibrjbes were ordered to jall< The strike was stm on at tne ada. Strasser's appeal for return cases the order WLIS Ross' stacement. bania appear to include in guerrilla warfare. i Suffers Heart Attack jtail fins are as big as the wings, I the glide, she weighs only 13. Thej Moscow "is up against that old Dr. Fox said the search of Dr. and the vertical tail fin is bigger. I rest is fuel that has been burned. crv of scli-determlnaUon subiect nations the county hiehway police. ute of Technology. ship hasn't been built. liquid. Germany has been rejected by the British. A so-called "neutral including a mixture of right and left wingers from both andj west Germany, is also appealing to1 German nationalism in a campaign for unification of Germany. Although this form of nationalism ,may not be ol of a nazi nature it Crookston, Minn. The being watched carefully for feari for two Polk county jail escapeesjits program may play into the handsj Dr. Fox said the letter was not'it is a than engineers' All the power drive is done in centered in the Euclid area' east German! Suspected. few minutes. After that the ship: miles north of here today, who arc using similar said Dr.iis a projectile until the glide men answering their general I tactics Leap into River At Milwaukee Drowns suspec. The prosecution also offered a ..The reqmrements, (Continued on Page 21, Column 5.) Tsien, LARSON i are not at all beyond Fort Wayne, Ind. Click, 25-year-oH father of live' children, was sentenced today to death in the electric chair for the rapo-slftying of Phyllis Conine, 17-j year-old high school girl. An Allen county grand Jury re- turned a first deprce murder ver- dict st a.m. after considering; the case all nicht. Judge William Schannen immediately sentenced: the celery farm worker to die next; March 27 in the Michigan Ind.. state prison, i Click also is under indictment in; two other sex murders, those of! Miss Anna Kuzeff and Miss Wil-' helma Haaca, and had already; been sentenced to life imprison-; ment in the kidnsp-rape of a. 19-! year-old For; Wayne housewife. Champ Steer Brings At Exposition Chicago grand cham- pion steer of the Livestock Exposition was sold for; at a record high price to-' a pound. The steer. Judge Roy s champion junior yearling Here- ford was shown by the Pecos county. Texas, 4-H dub. It weigh-; ed 1.200 pounds Jcr sale. The purchaser was Dearborn Motors Corporation of Detroit, the national marketing organization: for Ford tractors and Dearborn larrn equipment. i Negotiations for a new anthra- cite agreement are slated tc re- sume in New York December 6. On October 1, the Bureau Mines said there was a 51-day sup- ply. The Jong strike ate into that stockpile so that Lewis now ap- pears better prepared to apply I pressure on the operators than he I has been at any time since last spring. For months, Lewis has been try- ing to get a new contract to en- I force the demands he's never pub- Milwaukee A announced. He's merely said waitress plunged from a bridgejthey would add 30 to 35 cents a I descriptions were reported seen in( hjgh commission poll found ta'theTcy" Milwaukee! ton' to" oT t M IJrn ''an almost unanimous desire forirjver late yesterday after a report-l xhe miners' basic wage !s S14.05 iSLable Wuliarn_Tiedernann of tne soviet zone with the'ed argument with a boy friend. an eight hour day. Average d said a posse searched tne.anied western Z0nes, but about Hundreds of persons lined the'weekly earnings run about STO. area last niRh; without cent dldn.t in the heart of town as thej But the operators pay millions trace of two wanted men iunirication at the price C0inmun-1 ot Helen Callioun was pulled dollars t; the miners besides Lmdstrnm, 29, of Haliocic anc Oie ._ oc Sersland, 25, of Alvarado, Minn, i B Deputy Sheriff Emil Paulsen of! Crookston headed a large posse i r r 11 the search early to- U.i. TO 0611 JU that resumed Sersland. accused of sheep steal !Pounds of Uranium ing. and Lindstrom, held on auto; theft charges, broke out of Jail in] New York Want to bu Crooks; cell block Two jwere captured Tuesaay oy a posselto purcriase_________ _ I of armed farmers. They are Wil-jfor such uses as studying tiny liam Musselman, 18. of Souderton, j jects with electronic microscopes! and Robert Wahlin, 27, observing the way metals act! jUe. Both appeared in court very low temperatures. iAKconf I terday. Musselman pleaded guilty to an Bolgren, Jr., 26, almosfwages. Through a 20-cents-a-ton drowned after Jumping in after her; royalty they finance entirely the in a futile rescue attempt. ;cost of S100-s.-month pensions for Police Lieutenant Rudolph Mil- retired and a health and ler said the waitress ran and jump-; welfare fund, ed off the bridge after arguing! with a man named said to] be her boy friend. jMankato 4-H Girl In checking Miss Calhoun's room lauto Two hundred pounds of uranium' refined Sends H. Sylvestre disqualified himself. Prior to his appointment to the dis- I acted as attorney for the owner of the cattle. i trict bench last week, Sylvestre c girls diwork with needle and thread. Those receiving silver scissors for their winning homemade dresses at tha national 4-H Club congress included Roberta Jean Pohl, 19, Mankato, Minn.; Dorothy Patten, 17, Missoula, Mont., Kathleen O'Rourke, 15, Bowbells, N. Or- pha Fahrenwald. 16, Conde, S. D. This Drawing Of A Rocket Airplane is based on a sketch by Dr. Hsue-shen Tsien of the California. Institute of yet-to-be built rocket plane which Dr. Tsien described today to the Ameri- can Soci-Hy of Mechanical Engineers. It would fly from New York to San Francisco in less than an hour. The plane itself is purposely enlarged out of proportion in the drawing to retain details of Dr. Tsien's own sketch of the SO-foot-long pencil shaped creation. Herald.) 5 Upper Michigan Towns on Air Route Milwaukee Cen-j tral Airlines announced today thei j Green Bay, Wis. State Treasurer Warren R. Smith asked ;Green Bay police yesterday to check on an absent minded tax- payer. On November 8, a man giving fan address in suburban Allouez Winona and vicinib-; Generally: sent a Western Union money order fair and colder tonight; low 20 in for to the state treasury un- the city, 15 in the country. Friday j accompanied by any explanation. I fair and somewhat warmer; high 33. Letters of inquiry nave been re- WEATHER FEDERAL FORECASTS LOCAL WEATHER for the turned unclaimed (AP. Wirephoto to The flights daily are slated for air mail'34. precipitation, .03 (one-quarter! quette, Houghton Hancock and' jlronwood. Additional weather on page 2L sent, the message and he replied "No, I'll write a letter." ;