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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1948, Winona, Minnesota w EATHER Mil or UnliM, now MiirrlMi ThttMiUjr, Full Leased Wire Report of The Associated Press IS COMING Be rare your new rmdlo can receipt It. Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations VOt.UMF, NO. 284 MINNESOTA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 21. 1948 FIVE CENTS PER COPY SIXTEEN PAGES MATTER OF FACT Row Over Billions for Defense lit JoM-ph nml Mtrwurl Aluop AVnnhliiKlnn AiiiPrleun nlrntotdc rimming is Mill Img-rldden by the tlrhhtn brtwren the (tlr nnd sun power hdvoculcs In iv nutshell, the nlr power men Insist thnt the air nrm lit tho Kiinruntef! of Amentum Ity, find the (id mlrnl.H reply thnt Thp thl.i li nil very trm-, provided Uin nir nrm pnrtly eorilrnllrd liy the luivy. And tills Miunbbln over ulr niul nnvul roll nnd tiilv.Unii l.i jitlll pi'i'vnnllng th Joint, chief: of .Milft Jl'olll dl.tdint'H IMK their iH'tiunry ftinctlott, which to prnw ovor-n for the United Stiito; Then1 h nothing new In thin full (ire of thf Joint chlef.'i, whlrh hn Yugoslavia Has A-Bomb, Says Tito 5 Perish in Fire Near Little Falls pnduri'd .'.Ini'c the end of the war Thrrp It novrlty. luiwevur, In th proposal.'! und urKUtncnt.i of the ad mlrnl.-.. And these nro jilso singular ly IntcrpNtlnn In the eontext of th present congre.vOotml mid world sit nations. Vrry briefly, HIP urn powpr llllMilt thnt HIP iiliniilc- lininli mill nllipr nlr- tinrfip Kr.iiM'Mi Ifitnl linn urp HIP linifl nf thp iiinil- prii nlTpmlvp. Hut Ilipy nrKiin HIPW wi'iviunii nf tntnl itrurlliin piiiiiint IIP ilrllvprml liv lunil-linnpd alrcrnft nvpr the ninxpfi nf Inlpr-onntlnpnt- H! wttrfnrr. npilnnt uunlrrn nlr (Irfrnvi, %Vnr (ilikiiiilnK mUKt ohTlouKl.y ehlrlly Invnlvp pos- nlhlp flitiirp rnnlllrl with thn Hovlpl t'nldii. The udmlrnlx Pfirrrctlv point out tluil vrry few hasps ml thp pprlphpry whloti will uYftllnblp for hy nwlflpr, IPM vulnprnlilp liiirnln-m of shnrtpr ntlmlrnls nrKUr. therefore, thnt u tirent bnttle.ihlp nnvy Is npcownry, in order to und hold such bnses. And they nlso nrguo thnt thn Nnvy must nlso uso Its vessels us Runplrmnntnl rnobllo nlr bases, capable of tiiklni; on part of thn Job nf strntcKlo bombing In nny future wur. For this purpose, the admirals to bulkl glgnutlo nnw rnpnbln of Inunchlng very 4 Children. Mother Die In Farm Home Father Suffers Severe In Battling Blaze Mttlii Minn. mother and four children bumc to death und the father .xuffercc iwvore burns In a fire which carl; today du.itroyed their farm horn In Rull Prairie township 20 mile spord bombers big enough to deliver ntomlc bombs. ZC Is reported thnt tho tentative proposal U for Hush clwlc carriers of about HO.OOO tons, which would In thp neigh. north of Little Falls. The victims, all trapped In th nmlntf structure, wcrn Idn Mn; Anderson, 33, nnd her childrei lohn David Ksthcr Marie flvn, finrnh two, nnd Jwupl 1'nul, It) months, IVriicst Aiiflvmon, nboiit .'17, Either, was taken to St. Gabriel'.- hospltnl In Little Ho .suffered sovoro burns on the hnnds, head body In attempts to extinguish ho Anderson became hysterical when he flumes which ntnrtcd near the kitchen stovo Inslon.Hlflotl despite his efforts. Clncl only In underwear, he nn through IS below zero wonthcr o tho home of his wife's parents, .bout 100 feet from tho Anderson iomp, Thn pnrrnts, Mr. nnd Mrs, Qnorgn i. ftnhl, both In their IIO's, were innbln to fight tho fire. Anderson orrowocl shoos nnd a pair ot ICM, and run n hnlf mile to the Viitlncc Dlxon homo. Tho Kohls told nuthorltlcs that Anderson said ho KOI out of bed nhout B n. m. nnd kindled n flro In tho hontlng stovo. Ho returned to bed to nwnlt for thn house to warm Anderson was awakened by smoke nnd run downstairs to find the Two Criminal, 11 Civil Soldier Bonus Actions on Federal. Court Docket Here Petrillo Won't Dispute Truman Wimhlnirlon James C. Petrillo, head of the A.P.L, Musicians union was testifying toduy on Capitol hill about plight of musicians. He said people don't have money to spend on entertainment. Representative Owoivt (R.- member or tho llounn labor committee, kept quoting from a ruport by President Truman, that people arc a lot ot Hourly ovurylhliiK. Finally, Pulrlllo mild: "I won't contradict the Presi- dent. After all, no's a potential member of the union. He's a piano player." )emocrats Cheer Announcement By A. F.Whitney Woman's Suit for Share of Soldier's Benefits Included School children are often taugh that a cannot sue his gov crnmcnt, but when the Januar term of United Status district cour opens here Tuesday morning th United States of America will b numbered among the defendants. Tcrmud by court officJnl.'i as "un the cane In which tho fodonx Bovcrnmunt is named a.s a defend ant Involves a court action to deter- mine whnLhcr tin.' father or woman, who clalmn to bn UIR widow of 11 soldier, shrill ror.rlvi: thu re- ceipts from his national service life insurance. Bringing the suit Is Elsie M Plontck, Mower county, who says she Is the widow of Eugene C. Pion- tck, who was killed action 'cbnrnry 20, Defendants arc ,lic United States of America and he soldier's father, Clement L 3iontck, Chicago, who was receiving payments on the Insurance policy mtll the widow brought the suit to nnctiro logal rlglitu In twin-half VVaNhinrtnn Uio bcnefllji of thn lifo olnled hopefully to fresh evidences policy, pnrty unity today despite a harsh reach in their southern precinct hllo mcmber.H of tho Rcpubllca :itlonol committee headed home nrd confident that they can clec borhood of npleco. The nlr power advocates rop tho ndmlrnls Hint tho nvftllnble land bases mny bp few nnd Insecure, but (hat tho Insecurity of tho nnvy Is still greater. Obviously, tho big now carriers would bo terribly vulnerable to nlr attack. Then too, by end of tho wnr, tho Germans hftd com- pleted nnd tc.itrd n now, high speed submixrlno of grent rnnge, with vir- tually complete defense rndar dntectloti. Under tho jrulso of repnrntlons, tho Soviet secured virtually nil thn in.itnllntlons used by tho Cicrmnns In building- this submnrtno. It known thnt HIP dlsnssomblwt submarines have now been bird. It Is known thnt now itub- mnrlnrs nrp bring built. And It Is known thnt almost nit tho lending Orrman sclnitlslj: nfid rnglnrorw who worked on thl.i revolutionary itndrrwntpr rrnft nre now under con trnrt to HdVlnts. H mnss of Mrs. nohl snld the stove wa In short, UIPSP uro thr hut rxtrrnirly wrnimti of Soviet Fiirthpriiiorp. Ihe navnl Urtlrlani fnuikly ailmlt thnt icrciu nnvnl forces will bp in-i-nnil jilnn; Ihe iMmin of the Julnl ehlef.'i given nil UMplen.lunl notion of Ihe post of Kenulmt se- rttrlty In u world nrruyed iiKnlnst thn United Htute-i Ijy the Soviets. Obviously, In thin Munition, nlr, ground und iiuvul foiwi will nil linvo to bp luillt up in iniixliiiiiiti strength; mid HIM Ini-lU'.lon (if it few new car- rlrr.i nt jsoo.otid.imo apiece will then only u trifling item tri thn now defense budget. A (nullified expert nmom: tho American jilunnnrs hns tlie inlnliiuiin American dn- locntod nt thn of tho stnlrwn loirtllng to tho second floor nnd eh bollovod tho fliunos hnd blooko reply to the "tntrwny, She wild n gnsolln lantern which ordinarily hung ovo the stove possibly exploded. The home, covered with tarpape on the roof nnd sides, burned quick ly. Coroner E. C. an Sheriff Titus Plottl. located on body In the smouldering ruins. Ef forts wore being made to locnte th others. Kohls snld all members o the family except John David, th oldest boy, slept In a largo bedroom on tho second floor. The boy oc cuplccl iv room on tho first floor, It was the second homo tho Andersons lost by flro. Shortly after they wore married In 1040, a home locutod on tho sumo farm burned Neighbors and relatives nsslstec them In rebuilding. Milwaukee Sheriff to Ban Women From Bars Sheriff OoorKo Mnnloy, u cnrulldnto for mnyor of Milwaukee, proposed Tuesday thnt nn ordlnnnce bo enacted banning from bars In Milwaukee women county. In n letter to County Corporation Counsel Oliver J. O'Boylc, Hnnley wwcrted he believed tho ordinance ntiotild prohibit tho sale of liquor or cigarettes to women at bars, but should permit women to bo served nt tables. their presidential nominee. Thn Democrats were cheered b the decision of A. F. Whitney, dent of the Brotherhood of Rallwii Trainmen, to go along with th campaign to keep president Truma In the White House. They were somewhat depressed however, although few of them would acknowledge It publicly, by party "secession" threat from Fielding L. Wright, taking office fo rx full term as governor of Mis slsslppl. Wright declared In his Inaugurn address Tuesday thnt tho time has come for Southern Democrats t leave a party that Insists upon pressing Congress to enact such "anti-southern" legislation as n permanent fair employment prac tlces commission, antl-lynch and anti-poll tax bills nnd similar pro- posals. Meanwhile, the Republicans end- ed a two-day meeting of their nn- .Innal committee by approving n budKot for their campaign- expenditures, Senator Kenneth S. Wherry of thg assistant G.O.P cnder, made It plain that all Re- publicans do not agree on pending ii.iuea, particularly the Flnndors- nvlln proposal to sot up standby mnchlnery for meat, rationing, In approving tho fund raising nmpnlgn, tho G.O.P. national com- ilttee set ns the goal or the presidential campaign and for tho senatorial and ongrcsslonal battles. While many committee members 'cnt home still pondering the nances of General Dwlgnt D, :lscnhowcr to capture the party's In Civil Actions The civil calendar, released by Mrs, Mamie Brcde.fon, cJerfc of the federal court here, includes two criminal actions nnd 31 civil notions, five of which involve Wlnona urea persons. Those five ni'e.' 3, The U. S. ugnliiNl: certain lunds In Wiibfislia county, contnlnug the uppor-1 tlonlng of a SCOO award made by the government for dnmnno to land In operation of duni No. 4, with Funk nnd John O. Kins eligible for Key Issue in State Election Four Amendments Outlined for Voters by Ganrud St. Paul It's a long way off until the November 8 genera election, but Arnold Ganrud Isn'i taking uny dinners hi seeing to It that Minnesota voters are properly apprised of four constitutional amendments on which they will pass Judgment. Ganrud Is chief clerk In Secre- tary of State Mike HolmVi orrici.-. The proposal for payment of n soldier's bonus Is l.ho Jiio.sL Impor nnd highly-controversial I.SNU it Uiu proponed lour niiiitmliiienlj igrcutl upon by thu JD-17 To nines requirements of thu law, Gandrud 1ms just obtained legal opinions from Attorney General J. A. A. Burnquist on the "purpose and effect" of the proposed amend- ments. Now, It's Gandrud's task to get; the attorney general's statements', rintcd on tag-board placards, which! r.ust contain the full text of thej our legal opinions. With six copies ecroed by law for each precinct for prominent it mcanx thutf Gimdnid must have 20.000 placards rlntcd for the 3.700-odd prcclncL n Minnesota. Besides the soldiers' bonus Jssut 10 other three amendments ca or: 3. Changing distribution of th el.rolciim fund so tluit one alf of the receipts go toward th link highway fund and onc-hal o UK; road nnd bridge fund. (Th highway fund the remaining one-third to the road and brldgi fund.) tho distribution. This is scheduled; 2. To eliminate the requirement o for jury triul to calling of a-con- 2. Nannie' (Mrs, Alfred) Lnycock ventlon to reviso the state constl Newport, Ky., against Mr, and Mrs H. A. Stow, Winonn, in which th Jlalntifl' asks In general nn special 'damages for injuries in an accident here September 7, 1946 This is scheduled for jury trial. 3. TJ. S. against Carl Rongley Jnnton, in which the govcrnmen s seeking to recover plu nterest, on n promissory note, an imount It claims was not paid. The ourt Is first scheduled to hear a Jlnlntlff's motion to strike Rong- ey's answer and nccurc Judgment Jury Cose Snlicilulcil 4. Albert Hnnsc, Wlnonu, against he 'Milwaukee railroad, a suit to ecure for injuries and medi- al expenses which allegedly rcsult- d from a traln-trnctor nccklant ero September 20, 3M.ri. Continued i'om tliu June cnlcndnr, tho case s scheduled for Jury. 5, Jnmes Baker, ngainst ic Trl-County Electric Cooperative, .ushford, Involving nn employe's ult to recover which he lys Is duo him for overtime com- cnsntion. The suit over benefits from a insurance policy Is scheduled be heard by tho court, with Judge tW WW LJ llllU UJ O I _. rcsldontlnl nomination, Tom Cole- P. Donovan presiding. man. former Wisconsin state chair- In ncr complaint Mrs. Piontck JZ, Column 1} lii u world gniid to uin, said he thinks tho race will tution by empowering two-thirds o: tho members of each house of the legislature to take such action. 3. Changing the method of vot- ing on constitutional amendments so that voters can cast a collective ballot on various proposals rather than voting separately. Burnqnlst's ruling on the effect of the amendment relating to the soldiers' bonus payments reads: "It will be to empower the legisla- ture to enact the legislation neces- sary to provide for the payment ot an adjusted compensation to pcr- ions who have served in tho armed forces ot the United States." Thye Says Meat Rationing Talk Causing Hoarding Mr. And Mrs. Arthur Jensen. 43 and 24 years old, respectively, are shown at General hospital after their four-month-old baby, Arthur, Jr., died on a desk in the Minneapolis mayor's office. The Jensens went there Tuesday to protest what they termed n. refusal by the hospital to admit their sick baby. (A.P. Wlrephoto to The Republican-Herald.) Minneapolis Mayor Hubert Humphrey today summoned an emergency meeting of the Minne- apolis Public Welfare board today for what he sold would be an "ex- haustive Inquiry" Into the cnao of n. four-montl-13-old infant who died in his office reception room. Tuea- San Francisco Police Locate Missing Actress day. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jensen, 150 Divisions, Jet Planes Ready, Claim Annihilation of Reaction' Hinted in Talk Triwte, Territory pro-Italian rwwspaper ilbera published today a. purported secret speech by Premier Martha! Tito of Yugoslavia In which he waa reported to have said that Yujto- lavia has atomic bombs. The newspaper Tito. In a peech to his party executive at .agreb, on November 18, UH7, lalmed that Yugoslavia had ISO divisions, atomic bombs and Jet- ropelled planes for the "final an- illillation or reaction." Publication Delayed The paper said It hnd hmd :-xt of the xpeech for n. month, but clayed publication, mill) It wn.t und hud bocn pub- shcd In "Dlssldenco 40." nnlllst ITench ncwspnper. La Voce Llbcrn. quoted Tito ying that reactionary with he aid or American and Brtteh apital, were worktop: against Yugoslav but that lad a "very strong, well organized rmy which we do not feed choco- to and sweets but which n readiness, not only to protect our ontlers, but also to oust the dlvl- on of gangsters concentrated In oly and The cnt on: "Wo nre ready to rink their fleet In the Adriatic: against their atomic bombs we shall uso our own. We do not stand alone this time. "Our Jet-propelled fighter physicians to admit it Mondn night. Dr. Russell R. Helm, Hennep! county (Minneapolis) coroner, aa. tho Infant died of laryngeol-tra chcal Ho said un In qulry by his offlco disclosed phy slclans at the hospital hod ndmln l3tercd penicillin Injections on taken X-rays of tho baby for pneumonia but had found-n traces of that disease Monday nigh Dr. Helm said the child ha- been under treatment for a rejplr atory ailment since December 2 and that the doctors "had acted Ir good faith In their handling of th case." He added ths physicians ha asked the parents to bring the chll sack to the clinic Tuesday morn Ing. Instead, Sims said the Jensens told him they had come to mayor's offlco to "get a slip Snn today WG won't have to stand In line a nnounccd Jacqueline Horncr, 14- eur-o'.d niovlo actress and conccr ianist, missing from her Los An eles homo eight days, was foun ere. They arrested a sailor wit Minneapolis, parents of Arthur, Jr., told William C. Sims, aide tolnnd our artillery will efficaciously the mayor, tho child died followlngldlscournge visits by enemy avlatlofi. refusal General (city) houplt Our materiel comes from nn Inex- horn they salt! nhe hnd nvcrns and. charged him with con rlbutlng to tho delinquency of minor. Police Inspectors John Mcrril land Dan Shelley located the gir Washington All the hot they identified as Miss Horncr a nlk in Congress about meat; ra- loning is simply serving to build p private stocks In cold storage ackers, Senator Edward J. Thye R.-Mlnn.) contended today. a Van Ness avcnuo hotel Tuesdaj night. She was taken Into custodj and held at the Juvenile home as n runaway, A nnvy sailor, Wallace Wells, 13 Whllc steering clour of the con- assigned to the navy tanker Cimar- between G.O.P. was booked on a charge of _s- Wlcrry (Neb.) and contribution to the delinquency of (Vt' ovci: Wher- a minor and is held In the citj ys "kidding" accusation that his New England colleague is a meat "hoarder." Thye snld he wishes the whole subject of rationing could be dropped. Otherwise, he toid a reporter, housewives wLU buy all the meat they can and put :t into frozen storage. Thye said talk of ration- ing "alrandy is jeopardizing our meat supply" by discouraging the feeding of beef cattle to full weight. His contention is that producers. wnry of tlic future, nre eager to take advantage of current high arices and are rushing their cattle Flanders and Representative Ja- ;ob'K. Javits (R.-N. sponsors of a bill to let the administration; get set for moat rationing, take the position I.hat II a spring short- age predicted by the Agriculture department develops, the public wil demand rationing. jail. Search for Miss Horncr had been widespread, extending to Buffalo N. Y., where her father, George W. Horner, lives, since her mother, Mrs. Clara Horner, reported her missing here. The parents were divorced in 1942. Inspector Merrill said Miss Hor- ner, her hair dyed a "reddish jlonde." and Wells were found at the hotel after a search of several taverns the pair had visited. However, Merrill added, "the girl, who looks a lot older than her 1 [years, said she had not been drink ing and had done nothing mor than just have fun." haustiblo source. Our lines of trans- port will never be cut, "Russian workshops turned out earn n. month. have nt their disposal 150 ready to march on 48 hours and capable of wiping out all ob- stacles obstructing their advanci op to Paris." Tito wai quoted at uying a fcrw thousand "bnndJts" were In the Yugoslav mountain! and were Ing, but of no consequence. (Balkan government spokesmen regularly use tho terra "bandit" tor opposi- tion Spiex Openttzur 'Hundreds of thousands of companions who live in our midst spy on us from. London and Wash- ington through yet undiscovered Tito was Quoted as ng. "Comrades, these doings must be stopped at all Tha report then quoted Tito u saying: "Comrades, you know well lying on a desk In the mayor's reception, room nnd was pro- nounced dead upon arrival at Gen- eral hospital two blocks away where It was taken Immediately. Wisconsin Fuel Crisis Remains Unimproved By The Antedated Press The critical situation of Wiscon- sin fuel oil users showed, at best, no signs of improvement today after another night of near and below zero temperatures followed news- paper charges that Inferior oil Is icing sold and an assertion by Wis- consin senators that no relief Js In light. The oil shortage became critical! as Wisconsin made Its successful bid! or the coldest spot In the nation ast week, and by Tuesday ration-! Wlnona and vicinity: Decidedly Ing of oil to emergency cases onl.......... ho people are not on our side. This s proved unequivocally by the lack extra quantities of wheat which ho farmers have been called upon o deliver voluntarily. The farmers ro perfidious nnd obstinate and It tt impossible to clear their brains f belief In prtest-s and mints. "I have no wish to Interelere In matters of religion, but when priests 111 toll alarm bells, there will bw Insurrection and It must ot be overlooked that the farmers re very well armed." Pierre O. S. -Dumas, ditor-ln-chief of Dlssldence aid later he Is convinced Tito ever made the speech. Dumas aid ho hopes to print a denial In is next Issue. He sold the story rst was published In the Swiss cwspapcr Vnterland of Luzem ovcmber 19, and was used later by Issidence 40 In good faith. Weather FEDERAL FORECASTS s being Involved In many parts f the state. At Washington, Senators Alex mder Wiley and Joseph R. McCar vy, Wisconsin Republicans, de the Iltirned-piit WrockaRe of Lockheed Constellation airliner Is shown after it crashed into a snow- bank nfter a skid landing at the Boston airport today. Thirteen persons were Injured. (AP Wire- photo to Tho Republican-Herald.) liontou Thirteen persons were Injured when an Incoming huge smush n! between nnd K'wtorn Airlines Lockheed Constclla- uniiunlly. tlon drove through u snow-filled sky 'Hint mnkp.-i the iipiirnprlntlonn Of ll" lcy runwny, skidded into n the Kuropeun reeovcry proKi'utn look snowbank nnd burst Into flames nl pretty trivinl. JHit ihe grrnt men Logun Iiiternntlonnl uli'iiorl toduy. nf the now seem to have Twenty und five, crew members Jumped is feet through doorways Into the snfoty of snow- tmnks ns angry flames licked nt the crnft which wns nlmost completely consumed. Tho most .surlouiily Injured BUf- revKril Ihr fiiiiiiiii'i did limg. Now- udtiys, the watchword is no longer: "million-, fur clrfrnsr but not one rent for tribute. II in, rnthor: "lilllKin.'i fur drfeti.'ir, hut not one cent to J..WO ourselves." fered Jog nnd rib fractures. Six persons were given first aid while seven more seriously hurt were taken to city hospital. Attaches at tho airport wnld thnt thu craft was driven to Douton when 11 run Into foul weather over Nmv- nrk, N. J., en route to Boston. The pilot, Captain N, E, Thnycr of Miami, apparently unfamiliar with conditions at tho local port, Inrided the craft on runway Ice as lie came in through a low celling. It was snowing at the time. Witnesses reported the ship burn- ed slowly at first, allowing the pas- sengers to get out, nnd then'burst Into The plum: turned over after hit- ting tho bunk. flumus woru con- fined to the right side of the craft nt first, allowing passengers t.o es- cape through left front cloor.s. Engineer Harold D. Coonk-y or Miami said the crash was caused by an "icy runwny iind Insufficient Woman Leader i Rationing WtuililiiRtmi Ail nmclul o: the. Nutlonnl Women'.-) Trade Unloi league told senators today that if a jneat shortage comes there wil huvi) to be rationing "or ull the incut wil! go l.o tin: wealthy who cun buy hundreds of dollars worth ut onuu" .store It, in freeze ioclc- ers. Mrs. Annie Stein, secretary-treas- urer of the league, offered this ar- gument In support ot rationing. Mrs. Stein was u witness before tho Senate bunking committee, which Is studying various bills de- signed to check inllatlon. Swedish Prince Will Visit Minneapolis Prince Bei'tll of Sweden will vl.sit Minneapolis next summer during his mlrlwcstcrn .our. He will be here June 20-27 for .ho Swedish Pioneer Ccntcnnlm cclcbi'iitlon in Juno. Ho is MIL- grand- son of King Gustav. The first Up that Jacquelin (x; in San Francisco, th Inspectors snld, came from a tavern owner who thought he recognized the Juvenile star as the girl who had been in his place several times a sailor. Strikes Paralyze City of Cologne Frankfurt, Germany Spreading "hunger" strikes all but thi> great German Indus- trial city of Cologne today und 000 workers were scheduled to stop work in Nuernberg later In the day. Cologne is in the British zone, Nuernberg In the American. Between 90.000 and work- ers walked off their Jobs In Cologne morning In a general strike of all but essential services. AH stores closed except bakeries and groceries where striking vorkmen went with their wives in of food, clared that despite their eflorts o tile past several weeks, there i nothing to Indicate the acute Wis- consin shortage will be alleviated in the near future. Mcn.mvhilo, the Milwaukee Jour- nal asserted it had collected 11 samples of fuel oil from homes and larger users and that chemists who picked four of these at random for tests found, all four to be "poorer than the oil Industry's own stand- ards require. McCarthy stated, "l.ho fur) oil hartiiRo In tills country would be illcvlutcd overnight If the export program was cut." and Wiley add- ed, "I believe It Is terrible indlct- ncnt of bureaucratic planning that t has blundered us into fuel crisis ifter fuel crisis, winter win- Both said they 3md received let- ;ers saying there nre no govern- ment controls which can force nllo- :atlon of supplies to nny certain irea and Hint railroad companies >ervlng Wisconsin stated most tank ars nre not owned by the railroads nd the best they can do Is to trans- lort efficiently any cars routed overi heir lines. colder tonight with occasional flurries; lowest In the city. to In rural areas. Generally fair Thursday, continued cold: high- est 14. Minnesota: Decidedly colder to- night with temperatures falling 15 to 20 below north and five to ten below south portion by Thursday' morning. Generally fair tonight. Thursday partly cloudy with slowly rising temperature. Light snow ex- treme northwest portion by nteht. Diminishing winds tonight. Wisconsin: Decidedly colder to- night, with temperature falling to 15 below Thursday morning. Generally fnir tonight and Thurs- day. Continued, quite cold Thurs- duy. Diminishing winds tonight, LOCAL WKATHKH Official observations for the 34 lours ending nt !2 m. toduy: Maximum, 1C; minimum, 5; noon, precipitation, fourth nch of snow; sun sets tonight at sun rises tomorrow at TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE Max. Mln. Free. Bemidji 18 ;hlcjigo Denver Molncs due to velum to Transport Arrives With U. S. War Dead New army trnns- vorlc Thursday morning. Meanwhile, the British-American ones' German council met nn emergency food law vhlch would permit to cnrch establishments of major food from Europi onsumers for hoarded food. jlen islund. Duluth ntornntionul Fall Cansas City Os Angeles Iluml Mplu.-St. Pnul New Orleans New York Seattle Phoenix port Corporation Eric G. Gibson Washington arrived In port l.odny with the bo- Edmonton dies of Anierlcnn .servicemen from Europe nnd anchored oir Stn- Reglnn The Pns Winnipeg D 44 23 o 45 69 73 33 59 39 30 J7 14 ai JS 26 49 69 3 43 32 35 29 31 21 .05 .03. .18 .01 .01 .47 .19 .54 .23 .02 .03 J3T ;