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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1948, Winona, Minnesota W EATHER FM IS COMING Be tun yam- radio can It. Full Leased Wire Newi Report of The Associated Press Member of the Audit Bureau of VOLUME No. 297 WJNONA, MINNESOTA. THURSDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 5. 1948 FIVE CENTS PER COPY TWENTY PACES Truman Warns of Crash; Prices Slump South Fights Civil Rights Legislation Talk of Truman T Bolt by Dixie Democrats Grows Washington Of) Rebellious southern Democrats hope to block todny one or the civil rights meas- President Trurnnn en- ncted, Thr bill would create n national commission Job cllscrlmlnn- tlnn on grounds of nice, creed or color. The Sennte Inbor commutes was scheduled to vote on It nt nn nltor- noon session. {'loin Vote Hern nnd biicknrs of thn tho vote would bf clow, Mr, Truman touched off n poll- flrul rxptonlrui In dm Dixie wlnK of hl.i purty earlier thin week whnn ho urged CMigri'vi to net on u ten- point civil rlithts proKrntn. Huskies thit fair employment setup. It culls for nn nntllynrh luw nnd other which nlwnys bring drop nouih Drmocnits to the boiling point. They hnvn (Icnoimred Mr, Tru mnn. talked of cullliiK rump con- vention to break nwiiy from him politically. Mid huve discussed shut- ting off funds from the Houth enr- mtirkecl for the Democratic pnrty. Senator Lister Kill (D.-Aliu, n lubor committee member, told n reporter the fair emplomont bill would "rreiite bitterness nnd resent- ment and do much more harm than good." Pennlor Allen J. Klleiitler also n member, predicted thnt 1C the bill wns npprovrd In It.i present form, the pnrty revolt would blos- into "iv real wur." Senator Robert A, Tuft the committee crmlrrnan. nont word to a reporter thnt he WII.H willing to let the. men.iiiro. clcnr tho com mittee but expected to voto uKiilns H In the Wenivte. Tie did not nay why. Tho bill ix upon.wpd by Sormtor Irvine IVM (N. threo other Republicans tind four northern Democrats Antllyneh Hnw Whllo thn employment 00- ruplert nenutoni, n Jlouoii Jucllolury nubcommlttee ivnn In thn rnkUt of n hot row over proposed unlllynoh Kepresentntlvo John 1C. nimkln (D.-MIH.O ahouted during ix hearing Wednesday thnt this moA.nuro "ought to bn called the bill to on- rnpe. Uut Representative. Clifford P (N. nhd other Urpubllcun uponvirii of meiiMircn to outlnw lynching nxprpiwel confidence thnt a bill will go to tho House floor Mothers of Gas Victims Awarded Damages two moth- of n young couple- who perished when rscupliu: refrigerator gas flooded their apartment here De- cember IfMfi. today shnrod rciuiilly In iv SM.020 verdict returne-cl Wednesday by u llennrpln county district grand Jury. The victims wvro Frederick W.; Anderson, in, nnd wlfii Frances Moore Anderson, 19, who (Mod in thrlr quarters nt 1811 Second nvcnur. Thn who Mlecl nn Governor Fielding .L. Wrljht of Mh.ilsslppl, who has termed rro.'iklent Truman's ton-point civil rights program an "Inva- sion" of ntnto'ii rlchlJi, loci tho rnvolt of nouthcrn Damocrutii with n thrnit to cnll thulr own pnrty convention nnd nominate thrlr own presidential candl- dntei. Tho President's progrnm Is Fxppctocl to provide flrc- work.v nt the southern gover- nors' ccmfurpnco In Tnllnhns- neie, Kin., Saturday. Youngdahl Makes Plea to Parents To Watch Fires HI. ple'fi to parents throughout Minnesota' to reduce tho number of homo fires fntnl to chll. clren was mndu todny, Governor Luther W. Youngdtvhl nnd JM'lo Lolrfnllom, director of tho stnto soclnl welfare division, mndo tho npponl In which thoy cited homo rtre deaths last yonr of 33 children under 15 yonrs of age. Thry nlno recalled thnt four chil- dren nnd tholr mother perished near Llttlo In January. "Avoldnblo onuses nre responsible too many tlmos for those trnge- Governor Youngdiihl snld. 'Conditions which oronto rlnn- gpr of flrci must be ollmlnntod from vnto homos and from public and seimlpubllc In.itltutlons If this llfe- nuvlng cnmpnlgn Is to bo succeu- Tho-two officials urged that every ulult chnrgucl with care .of chll- of the two estates, nn- Mrs. Klvlrii M. Anderson, An- namlule, Minn., nnd Mrs. Vernu M. Moore, Mlnneupolls. Defendants In the still wero Ar- thur Pulen and Philip a. Carney, owners of the 1'iilcn Itofrlgnrntor service; Wlllliim M, I'rw.tori, an em- ploye, nnd Axel Olson, owner of tho ttpnrtmenUi, ulul put Into effect the IT specific flro prevention nnd llfo- protddlbn measures prepared in co- iperulltm with Loonnrd Lund, state nre mnmltnl. Rocommcndutlons. listed by Oo- ornor Ywmgcluhl uncl Lolrfnllom ire: Bun thut there are quick to gel out of a houHo besides tho regular doors, install nni Kxtlngulshorg. rtupiilr worn, or faulty ulect.rlcnl nnel wiring Immediately. Do not lot children piny with electrical equipment. Inspect your fur'rmco each year, Chum your chlmnoy onch year, LocutO stoves nt lon.Ht IB or 20 Inches from wulls, nnd plpos six or (iovcn Inches. Rvmovn ushos when tho stove gets loaded find put them in rnotnl con- tainers, Ilimiovo all usolcwi rubbish. Keep n lungth of gnrdcn hose ncui' Inunclry tubs or sink. Store pnlnt nwny from stairs or furnuce. Never keep gusollno In tho house. Never