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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1948, Winona, Minnesota w EATHER Fair, TITT rolil luftlch IS COMING Be mire your new radio can recelrt It, Full Leased Wire Report of The Associated Member of the Audit Bureau of VOLUME 47. NO. 286 WINONA. MINNESOTA, FRIDAY EVENING. JANUARY 23, 1948 FIVE CENTS PER COPY SIXTEEN PAGES The HATTER OF FACT Old Guard Cool to Outsiders nr Joseph nml SUwurl Alnnp U'luhlnrtrin Tho portly tvr-i n! the Hepulillniiti mitlonn rornmltteo nrn retreating from leaving behind onl the echo of thrl outhn "not to IP It happen ngiili In Thej ri'inember will dlstiisto how uprlMiiK of thf party's rank tine tllr finutrhed th ItcpuWlciin nom- limtliin for Wen- dell Wlllkle In IfMO. If thn grout rrmjorlty these lond- have tticlr tt'iiy Uif- onrom- IriR convention, the rank and tile ure not to he permitted to do the mime thing iiKuIn fur Oenernl or the Army IlwlKhi n. Klsenhower. who today .-mid he "wiwi tint nVfUI- fnr nnd "riMlMll'l Pierepl." the iinniiniitinn Till'. In the rhlrf liiipri'iuildii left tM-hld'l Hi'1 llepiililleitn MliUoniil comiultlrr iiii-i-LliiK that thn imut- trrs of the parly mean to ruinir a ciindldivte close to u 100 per cent old guard, man us 'hey dare to ofter to the frnbnbl.T the majority of them would t'rlviitely prefer Hcmvlnr liob- ff, A Tuft, lint n (rood many neem to hull the i-diiriiKe Id liuek thelt private- iirefririii-e. (liivrrnor Thlim- rn K Dewry fihvlDii.sly nlmren with Tuft hy fur Hie htrdiiKr.-il pit" nuixirt, yet the f 'him n trifle lirl.-Jt. up-to-cliito nnd domlnrcrliiK. Kqunlly obviously, trie find I.H thcrvrore open for other candidate-': .''.enntur Arthur II. Vun- denhrrir. if he It; (ir Owvrrnor Knrl Wurren of Cnllfurtiln porhnpa. The Important thtiiK l.i Hint In rhorwlnf; their entry, thn party want no one who new to the- nnd to them. At the mime tlnir, Hie piirty rhlrfUUni thn jxmilliUltleti of thei Ktufn- hnwrr rnmlUlnry. They could neit do (itlirrwlir, ulin-n It ticking HWHY In tlielr mldat with cvrrr Imllmtlon of On the wlitilr, U in the political phenomenon urm lei recent American poll- tlrnl hhtorr. diirpiiMlnr In nt Irmt I tin rrml IfllO pntwll 'fitr Wlllttle. U lle- to he Detlrr tiiulnnitlKXl. In fint (ilner. o quiwr rhupter of neclrtenU (ho KUrnhowrr niiiilliljicy on entirely new fool Inf. Sonm tlmn it ninitll irruup of peroiK New Vorkrrs thn NnUonnl Druft Hi lenilern, HrhrftH. who hiu mid oihef lulerrxtii, run fnr CdnirreJKi In the, tint even Sfhrftel In fitlrly new to poll- thr other nirnibem of the (trnup, Ilko Hrnnlor llntiry l.oftgf'n hrnltirr-lll-taw. Henry huvn nlinoMt no rxperlnnce whatever. To thU rroup Senntor Charlen nf Nrw IlKmpshlre, In thr ryrn of the pitrty nritunliH- tlon onn of the mimt ecoenlrlo Kepuhllmn polKlclaai, Nino turhrd hlmnelf. Eisenhower Available G.O.P. Nomination Kay Francis 49 Units to Make Up Carnival Seriously 111; parade Huge Crowd Expected Despite Cold Wave Manager Held 'Wild Party' Evidence Eyed In Mystery ColumbUM, Kay Fran In, the became Kcrlously 1 under Miy.'iUii'iwm clrciiinnUncRi mill her ntiiKr muniiKnr, How- rn Cinihiiin, :i7, wiirt bookiKl ill iillci) "for OH at (i.t'iault to Mlvi Friincl.s iind Qraham were err with the stiiKn Htute of the Union." Mljifl FrimclN wiis removed curly oduy from her hotel, thu DCKhlcr- Vulllck. to Whlto Cross lio.splLiil. Winona Winter Carnival Program Today 4 p. of out-of-town lit Hotel Wlnoim from St. ChnrlcH and RunhTorcl, and Qalcavlllc. White- hall, Arcadia and Alma, Wls. 0 p. or 24 Winona queen candidates at Hotel Winona. p. for Queens at Hotel Winona. 0 p. Ball at Red Men's wigwam. p. entry Winona and vlsltlnff queens at A llttln Inter. F.enntor Toboy urc- rnll.v proponett that the Draft enhowrr leiitfun enter Clenernl Kln- enhower'n mime In the New llninp- shirr prlimiry. nnd the olhers wisely he.sltuted, bcheftel win nlreiidy cnKiiKi-d In Kottlnff Kis- eiihower's name wlthdrnwn from the prlmnry In OrfKOti, which ho him now nureeedpd In will be opened following the pa rade. Spectators are asked by parade officials to salute as thc colors pass by. featured guests in the parade wll bo the snow queen of thn St. Paul Winter carnival, Miss Helen Dully and King Boreas X of the St. Pau Winter carnival, Hobert Albrccht The two will arrive hero nt p. m. nt the Milwaukee railroad station when they will be taken directly to tho Hotel WJnona where ihey will change to royal attire. They will leave after the parade at p. m. A total of will bo awarded IK pjte.i for eiilrivH Jn thu parade. Thu divisions for prizes and their first, second and third place awards are as follows: Marching units, ;25, and comic entries, HO and bicycles and scooters, J, and floats, and SO. There will bo no band prizes inco vijitlUK bands are bcinf; paid raveling rxpenau.i and given n meal to come here. Judges for thc parade are E. S. :Korpela, art director at tha Winona, Senior HlRh school; Harlcn Hoi-' and Mlfti Margaret Lane, 11-1 brarlnn at thu Winona Freu Public library. General Dwleht D. Elsenhower today by the Weather bureau. John W. Dugan Is parade marshal. The parade committee will meet The temperature will hover around -15 again tonight, bu at the' nt On lop of of hwvr now come tho re- pented pihmvlnjf (innrrnl KUenhower lei lie by fur tlm Kepiibllcun eandlOutr. The result h u enndltlon of ennriMlon Imrtlly to ho mir- In this confusion, only one poln clnir. tlin runk line file may wivnt, nnd whatever mil] be the outcome In New Ilumpshlrc! the Klscnhowcr candlcliicy cunnot (succeed U It does not Include i proftwilonul Job of routidlriK up eiriite.i for the convention. Mean- while. it imi.'it be ntltled that tlu of the Republican leudurn roust It tit" u curloim commentary on the failure (if the purty ormui tion to kiTji up with the political Next to the KLterihowur c-undidnry, the nmdldiicy of Jli-nry A. Wiilliice wii.t their fiivorlto iiub- Ject (if (llHcu.tKkiii. Atid this wu.i no beeiuisc they were k'reutly hoping Wiilluce1.'. ciindidiiry would rimblo them to i-iect the kind or Uepubll- 1'iin Unit the country, by nil (ilifn.i, positively dCH'ji nut wutil, Woman Found Roped, Chained In Meatless Room Giwlu-n, Hoch- (Uottlnr, 7S. member of the strict AmMi fiect, wn.s hold In Jnll todny on chnrKc.t of having kept his 41- ycnr-old daughter roped nnd chain- i-cl to her hcd for the past ten yearn beciuiw nlii! "refused to become Amlsh." And for thn previous tnn yoiira, I.IIP diiilKlitcr, Lucy, wns coullnud forcibly to her room, tho charges Buy, iJriirdvci nnd wearing tho .severe clolhliiK of the Amlsh, Hochstcttlcr submitted quietly to iirreiit Thurs- duy on un iiHfiniilt und buttery churKo. Bond wiu plnci.-cl nt Jlochstnttlor In un rldi.-r In tnc northmiflU-rn Clinton toii'ii.ililp Am- lsh "church. Sheriff Utthrr Yoclcr said he went to tho Mochstcttlcr homo seven mllus east of here on complaints of neighbors and found Lucy held In Saturday It will be "mostly cloudy and warmer." However, th' best reading promised Is 14 above. But, meanwhile, this area and a large part of the nation eas of tha Rockies was cnught in an icy grip paralleling the frigid hand that passed across the country last weekend, which tumbled thu Meat for All If Controls Off, Packers Promise Western mea1 packers told Congress today that every butcher will have meat to nel year If the Induntry Is not sub- Joctod to rnllonliiK or pi-lco coil- InKfl. L. Blalnc Llljenquljst, represent- ing the Western States Meat Pack- ers association, Inc., testified before thc Senate banking committee that such controls aro "unworkable In tlmo of peace" and would swiftly revive the black market. bed with chuln.'i attached to her wrists. Ho said her wrists were alack und blue and that one was bloedlnfr, Hu snlcl the room was olKht foot by lo foot and wns with- out hontlng facilities. Tho sheriff said Hoch.slcttlcr told ilm his daughter hud been under 'Mtralnt "OVLT since sho refused to become Amlsh nt tho ago of 21." Spot on Wall Grows; So Does Marriage Gap IMS spot on the vn.ll grew Into a blot on her mar- Mra. Ward W. Smith told _....._ ____ hu Judgo Thurwday In obtaining n Win., S to last Saturday cury here morning. It was so cold in St. Paul today that work was halted on the palace for the St. Paul Winter carnival The Ice, oClclala explained, was too bi-lUln' for efficient cutting. 'It wn.'i there this morning. 45 Below Up North But up to the Pokegoma dam, on thc Mississippi river near Grand %aplda, a government ther- mometer dipped down to 45 degrees below zero. No one had matched t by noon. Tho competition for the lowest eadlng was brisk, however. Be- mld.ll. proudly calling itself the Icebox of the International Palls La Crosse Rochester St Cloud Duluth Eau Claire Milwaukee Liuv nnd thB parade will start promptly at J-'30 p- m- AU entries arc aske tO DC rCLXdy at 1 P. Officially opening the three-day celebration for the public will be a carnival ball at thc Red Men's wig- wam nt 0 o'clock tonlsht. Miss Rose Marie Tushner, last year's carnival queen, will lead the loca queen candidates and the six area queens In a grand march at the ball at p. m. Preliminary Judging of the local queen contestants will take place at a banquet at Uic Hotel Winona at p. m. Judges will be Bruce Smith, nil-American football player 'rom IJio University of Minnesota, 'lobert Grnzlngor, triple sport man from the University of Minnesota, and Miss Shirley Peterson, former St. Paul Winter carnival queen. Final judging will be held before ;he public at the ball at p. m. ind the queen winner will then be announced. Thc queens from St. Charles and Rushford, Minn., and Whitehall, Galcsvllln, Alma and Ar- Fire Levels La Crosse Warehouse Crossc, Wls. A aaajor fire raged in tha La Crossi business district today, destroying a lumber company warehouse and office covering a quarter of a city block and threatening ad Joining Industrial properties. Flames leveled the large warehouse of the Gateway Lumbc: Company with n loss estimated un. officially at Tho also housed the firm's offices. Stock nnd machinery, and several auto- mobiles were destroyed. Another itornRO unit, ownership of which lion not yet been deter mined, caught fire. It contained i quantity of paint. This blaze threatened the warehouse of Segel- ke-Kohlhauf wood products firm but flremen prevented the flames from igniting the structure. Severn] telephone lines were severed and the city wns put on an emergency call basij. The cause of fire in tho Gateway warehouse was undetermined. Wlt- neKScs snld tho entire bull din u lijnlt- ed quickly. Tho north wall and a lortlon of the roof collapsed wlth- n a few minutes after the fire de- partment arrived. No one was 25 Million Dollar State Hospital Program Asked thc government is expected lo by contributing one-third during a sented to e-year period, was Governor Luther W YounEdahl today by a hospital sur- vey committee. Rny Ambers, superintendent of University hospitals nnd chairman of the survey committee, was ac- companied by Dr. Viktor O. Wil- son and Dr. Albert J. Chesley of the state board of health when the report wns handed to the governor. The committee informed the chief executive Its work has been com- Win., will be Introduced at he ball. A re-broadcast of the pro- rnm will be on KWNO at to1' "Whun tho program In put Into Amberg told the governor, 'There will be some Immediate re- suits recognized mostly in better jospital facilities for the rural pop- ulation In Minnesota. "Subsequent years will see the jrogram move forward to embrace urther rural care, increased facili- ics In district and base hospitals injured. At noon .flremen still were at the '.qene but tho blazo was under con- ,rol. f (.he semi-urban centers, and a iViley Says Seaway development Will Railroads Washington Senator Alex- ander Wiley said today he is "convinced" that the "ovcr- whelming" rank and flic of Amrr- i. m. WJr.ter carnival events for Sat- for better hospltallzatlon jean railway labor knows that de- tho mental, tuberculosis and velopment of the St. Lawrence sca- chronlcally 111 of tho state." Under present conditions of or- dlvorne. "My husband repeatedly told me 1 was a poor housekeeper for not removing tho she testified, "Then one dny. he decided to get some soap and water and remove it himself. "Ho rubbed at tho spot, but In- stead of disappearing, it became larger. "So he got some more soap and rubbed some more, but the spot just grew and grow and he got maddct nnd mncJdor. "I Just stood watching and that seemed to Irritate him more. So finally he turned on me and pod my face." Two Babies Die in Fire At Minnesota U. Village Mlniirnpolln Two babies led today In an explosion and fire n small homo In University llltiBO, University of Minnesota ompornry housing project for stu- bnble.i wuro Steven El.son- cuts, Tho ninu months old, and Sandra miss, ono year old. Btove.n'K ijai'unts, Mr. and Mrs, erbt-rt ISIscnbcrg, were burned irlously. Both were In critical con- tlon nt Climcrnl hospital today. Parents of Sandra, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jamos Nnuss, nnd Gerald Altmen of Duluth, brother of Mrs. Eisen- bcrg, suffered shock but were re- leased from thc hospital after treat- ment. D., Atlantic, Iowa, and Omaha, Neb., The cold wave-was dipping deep into the South, whipping across the country from the Rocky Mountains to tho Atlantic seaboard nnc creeping toward the Gulf coast and the Carolinas. Columbia, Mo., reported a early today and in Rockford, 111. the low was Chicago's mini- mum'Was n predicted and a low of tomorrow morning. Snow In St. Louis Pour Inches of snow fell In St. Louis. While the steady southward How of the cold air across the Great Lakes piled snow along the south shores of thu lakes, heavy snow [ell in a narrow band in northern Indiana. The Weather bureau re- ported an unofficial fall of 14 inches of new snow. Low readings Included: Topcka, Klrksville, Mo., Pcllston, South Bond, :nd.. 9; Toledo, Ohio, Canton, N. Y., and Denver, Colo., The sweeping cold air Is produc- ng snow along the eastern slopes of the Rockies and In parts in Tennessee, Kentucky nnd Virginia. Falls In middle nnd western Tenncs- urday will Include movies for chll-lBnnlzaiion, according to the report clrcn at the State theater at arc 14 health unite in need of a. m., dog sled races at Lako park at n. American Legion boxing .show nt the. Red Mun'a wig- wam at 11 p. m. and the Introduction of the visiting queens nt the State theater at 9 p. m. There will nlso be exhibition jumping, downhill and slalom EkilnB nt 3 p. m, nt the Sliver Slope Ski lodge. Peace in Record Making Tiff Seen move to rc- vnmp the nation's copy- right laws In an effort to end thc dispute between James C. Pctrillo's musicians union and thc record- making industry drew G.O.P. sup- port in the House today. acceptable physical plants. These Include the health departments of St. Paul, Minneapolis and Duluth the St. Louis county health depart- ment and the Rochester-Olmsted county health department. Newsman Likes Jail at Janesville, Wis. Jancfivllle, Wls. George Wellcr, foreign correspondent of the Chicago Dally News and a self- styled connoisseur of jails, has n high opinion of the Janesville mu- nicipal lockup. Wcller missed his reservations at a Janesville hotel late Wednesday night so he slept in the city jail. way and power project will "In- evitably" involve vast expansion of railroads. "To oppose the seaway." Wiley oald in iv statement, "Is tho most reactionary effort conceivable and railroad labor has always prided It- self on advocating 'liberal1 Or 'pro- gressive' causes. "The welfare of railroad he added, "Will hardly be served by trying to 'freeze' in immobility a transportation system that was good for a 70 billion dollar economy but Is hopelessly Inadequate for a 210 or 250 billion dollar economy of thc future." Legislation to authorize thc sea- Flat Refusal Feared As 'Effrontery' Always Ready for Any Call by Military Washington General Owight D. said flat- y toclrty: "I am not .available for ind could not .accept nomination to hlgli political ofrice." Tlic nrmy of staff's statement referred to entry of Us name in the New Hampshire presidential primary March 9, "Ike" wrote Leonard V. Find- er, publisher of the Manchester Union Leader.. that for two ensons he Ixad heretofore "rcfrata- d from nmkltiff tlio bnld statement luxt I would not ncccpt r.omlnn- lon." Tho first. Elsenhower mUd. WM hat such an expression would smack of effrontery." Deeper Reason Given A second and deeper reason, the genera) added, was a "persistent doubt I could phmso n tint re- fusal without appearing to that concept of duty to country which calls upon every good citi- zen, to place no limitations upon his readiness to serve In any dcslRnat- cd capacity." In this connection, Eisenhower said It Is his conviction that "un- less an Individual feels some inner compulsion and special Qualifica- tions to enter the political which I do refusal to do go Involves no violation of the highest standards or devotion to duty." continued: "It was only the possible mis- interpretation of my attitude that :auscd mo concern and so long ts C could bcllova that mere denial of political nmblllon would prevent serious mlsundcrstandlnc and mis- directed effort, I was reluctant to say more." "It would seem almost fluous for me to add that as Jong u I llvo I shall hold myself in In- stunt readiness to respond to imy call by the Kovcmtnent to military duty." Elsenhower Is scheduled to go on ermlnol leave from tha army around February 15 and In will become president of Colum- n university. AIno Entered Jn Oreron His name not only has been ercd through a. delegate slate In he-first presidential primary of the car Jn New Hampshire, but Re- ublican supporters also entered Is name in the Oregon primary in Jay. Only Thursday some of his orters announced they would nake an effort to put him In the allfornln primary, also achcduled or May. Elsenhower has been regarded as leadlns "dark horse" for the 048 Republican nomination for lany months. Only this week members of the cpublican National committee cetlntt here hixd many huddles over t.ho so-called Elsenhower threat. Weather FEDERAL FORECASTS Winona and vicinity: Pair and continued very cold tonight; lowest In Uic city, to In the country. Saturday. Increasing clondlncss and warmer: highest 14. Minnesota: Fnlr tonight. Not qulto so cold west portion. Satur- day cloudy nnd warmer with light snow beginning west portion. Low temperatures Wisconsin: tonight 15-25 below. Pair and continued way, introduced last session by Sen- ator Arthur Vandenberg (R.-Mlch.) for himself and 14 other senators will be debated by the Senate next week. NEW STASSEN CHARGES Neighbors said an explosion shook Ce measured from two to three tho two-farnlly converted army bar- inches, rncks at 1 n. m. There were several smaller explosions, followed by fire. Firemen reported n hcutlng unit find exploded. Washington Harold E. temporary drip Jn grain prices." Stassen declared today that Edwin Stassen said W. Pauley made profit on two wain transactions following aj Hc madc Ulc statement only a speech by Secretary of minutes after Pauley polntecTa Clinton P. Anderson which dc-jflngcr nt Stassen and demanded (that the Republican presidential Senate appro-'aspirant be required to confront pressed the market. Stassen told talk by Anderson on September 19 Seven Inches of snow fell in Flat Jn which Anderson said that grain Top, Va.; five Inches in were not realistic. priatlons subcommittee "right here, face to face, on into Paulcy's trading that Pauley i the falsehoods he has told about took advantage of an "off thc cujr Green, Ky., and two Tenu. Inches In! statements, which of Icouri'o were not correct, caused a "We are going to give you an op- portunity to be Chairman Homer Ferguson said. Pauley demanded, "Wo aro going to give you an op- portunity to be Ferguson said again. Stassen quoted Anderson as sny- inu "we've plenty of wheat." Three days later after prices had dropped as a result of Anderson's remarks, Stassen continued, Pnuley made his purchases. In tile following weeks, Stassen said, thc United Stntes Depart- ment of Agriculture purchased ex- traordinarily large amounts in grains. "As a result the price of grains climbed he as-1 The Pjis sorted. cold tonight. Low temperatures ranging from 15-30 below. Saturday generally fair nnd warmer. LOCAL WKAT1IER Official observations for the lours ending at 12 m. today: Maximum. G; minimum, noon, precipitation, none; sun ets tonight at sun rises to- morrow at EXTENDED FORECASTS Western and central Wisconsin nnd Minnesota: Temperatures will average five to eight degrees below normal; rising temperatures Satur- day and Sunday, turning colder late Monday nnd probably Quite cold Tuesday and Wednesday; precipita- tion will average one-tenth inch or less; light snow beginning west- ern sections late Saturday, occur- ring over most of district Sunday: snow flurries Monday. TEMPERATDRES ELSEWHERE Max. Mln. Prec- Ecmidji 11 Denver 47 20 .20 DCS Moines 47 8 -22 -36 4 48 66 -J8 47 46 37 25 3 -30 Duluth Int. Falls 10 Kansas City ..'.___ 14 Los Angeles 69 Miami 71 Pnul 3 Now Orleans 62 Seattle 48 Phoenix 68 Edmondton 40 ICRlna .14 .01 ;