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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1948, Winona, Minnesota w EATHER mill nil liillo ll InnKhti r rlmnl; Full Lcaicd Wiro Report of The Anociatecl Pren WINONA. MINNESOTA. Member of the Audit Bureau of FIVE CENTS PER COPY THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 12. 1948 IS COMING Be rare your new radio can 1C TWENTY PAGES 11 Persons Die in Danish Plane Crash Stassen For Prices Under Top G.O.P. Candidate Believes Drop Permanent PhlUdHphlu Harold E Ktnwirn Mild t'Kluy wlw pnllcli'ii I" Kdvrmiiii'iit should tirliu! it, Mnlill- nt prld'H Ifi cent lower tlwn HIP "ItKi high" UivulH of a month IXKO. ThP Republican presidential ns- plrnnt told thr Philadelphia Junior Chamber of Commerce " con- vlnrrd development In recent duy.-i in thr romrmxllty market inoun tho rt underfills hluh price curvo Is. per- manently broken." "The he mild, "i.i morn favomlilf trxlay for ft mimossful postwar economy thiin lit any time since thn administration miido tho (two economic mistake of clivlm- there could bo major rounds of wane Increases wtthout price Stnsscn clnclarrd n combination of "unwise policies in tho ndmtiUstra- tlon compounding tho wot'Ul-wiclo shortages of goods" caused a very serious Inrliuiotiiiry problem. Tho rnpldly climbing footl price curvu JIP iiddrd, the wrlotis fac- tor In this Inflallotiivry nltuiiUon, Prior to the Junior Chamber luncheon, Stamen told n news con- ference onn of tho Important questions within tho Republican party Is "the decision on tho dif- ferent vlows of foreign pollclon." "Wr decide-." ho said, "Whe- ther wo will follow tho policy chnr- by Senator VandenborK cr the policy by tho Chl- rnco Tribune. It Is Incumbent upon Kll other Hepubllcans to Indicate on tho whoio which side of Uio juo they are Stasscn wild ho Is returning to Minneapolis this weekend and will leavo by piano Sunday night for a 13-dny trip with stops In North Dakota, Montana. Washington, Ore- ton, California and Texas. Ashes of Gandhi Immersed in Sacred Rivers India mortal remains of Tho Mohandas K. Oawlhl. the bclovrtl man who ranks a.s a wilnt In this toncl. were Immersed in the waters of tho three sacred Hindu rivers horn today, Tens of of pornono wlt- newrd thr ceremony, plnre. Jllflt lifter 2 p, m which took at thn con- fluence, of the Ganges, Jumnn arid Suriuiwntl rivers. Among thn wit- nesses was the prime minister of India. Punrtlt Jnwnhnrlul Nehni. Others who wutchrd Included nvmtxTs of the central government, thr governor of the united prov- inces, and ministers ot tho local government. Gandhi wus shot to death Janu- ary 30 by a young Hindu. The special train currying Cland- hl's ashes arrived ut Allahabad sta- tion nt D iv. m. Nehru, who arriv- ed In Allivhiibnd by alrpluriu Wed- nesday, wns til the station to the train of Ihlrd-clivsa brnrtrii: tho funeral urn. A guard of honor escorted the urn to Trlvenl Siinghiim, confluence of the thrrn rivers, for tho final ceremony. The urn WHS curried from tho und placed on n trailer, To the accompaniment of a booming wilute of cannon stiol.t one for riirh year r.f Gandhi's 7U and tlin soundlnit of conch horns, tho pro- cession Marled, A itrent luish fell ovrr thr crowd ns the military escort moved out, prerpcllnu a rquuclroti of military police. The procc.wlfiii went along Cim- nlrur r.Mid, the innln thoroughfare of Allahabad, on HM way to Trl- vrnl iiiinKnurn. Tt. (mu.ii'tl between IIIIKC, silent crowds who lined, the way to Trlvenl. Thr march from (lie .itiitInn to the conflui'tice of tin: rivers ended ut in. C.I.O. President Posts Bond Presldr-nl Philip Murray today patted bond In federal district court for appearance before a federal court Kebnmry 30 at. WnshliiKton. Murray and the C. I. O. weru In- tlicled Wednesday In Washington nn chnrKr.x of violating thn Tiift- Hiirtlcy act ban on union spend- ing The federal unimt Jury accused the Kl-yiir-okl Murray niitl his nrk'nnlxntlon "f Intrntlnniilly print- Hit in the C I.O. publlcn- tlr.n financed by union endorsement for Democratic cundl- diite Kflwiird CUirmatv, lust July In a Maryland eoiiKfr-ssirmat election. won. Three Firms Cut Soap Product Prices New frocter A: Gam- ble Company, U'Vi-r Brothers and ColKate-I'almollve-I'cet today an- nounced price cuts of five, per cent lit wholesale on all soap products, effective immediately. Thr coiPiUiiiilr.H said Hit' reduction reflected the recent downward trend In ftil tilid oil prices. j Maynard's Profits to Be Probed Committee Will Study Market Break Cleanup T. Maynard of Chicago will be asked to tell congressional Investigators how he turned the grain market .slump Into a prol'.t. The only question today is which of three interested committees will get to him first. The thrco are the Senate agri- culture committee, a Senate appro- priations subcommittee Inquiring In- to speculation, and a similar special group in the House. Secretary of Agriculture Clinton P. Anderson said Wednesday May- nard ivuidc more than In wheat, another to In cotton and an undetermined amount in oats. Senator William Knowland