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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1948, Winona, Minnesota w EATHER continued arm tonlcbt local quite Foil Leased Wire Newi Report of Hie AuocUted Prets Member of the Audit Bureau of VOLUME 117 SATURDAY JULY 1948 FIVE CENTS PER COPY SIXTEEN PAGES THE ALSOPS Russ Balk at Easing Berlin Ban Purge Due in Soviet Satellites By Joseph and Stewart Alsop Washington The men whose flesh must really creep when they consider the consequences of Mar shal Titos declaration of Independ ence are the rulers of the still loyal Soviet For It is virtually certain that a purge of the whole Soviet empire In eastern comparable to the internal purge In tile Soviet union which culmin ated In the treason is about to get Under Heads have already or are In the process of In Ro communist leader Gheor ghiuDej has been like of and if he is not already experiencing the dis comforts of a peoples he soon Tsola hero ine of Bulgarian has been ruthlessly relegated to plain tive In Russias eastern German communist leader Otto Grotewohl has loudly demand ed a purge of diversionists and obstructionist But this sort of thing Is only the in northwestern Greece today as I reports from all sectors Indicated Putol Packin Writer It No Model Hatband Angrlex The wife of Songwriter Clarence Albert whose numbers Jn clndf Pistol Packin claims he rented their home to stranger in her absence and she conldnt even get her clothes when she That was the crux of Bernice Heath Poindexterg complaint when she went to court yesterday seeking various orders to straighten the matter She said she discovered the house had been rented when returned from Poindester was married to the known pro fessionally as Al 18 months Last Monday she sued him separate main alleging he associated with other women in Fort Worth end Greek Rebels Believed to Be Near Collapse Athens Greek forces press ed deeper into guerrilla territory THE SOVIET MASTERS Will have little difficulty In Ro eastern Germany and Hun The reason Is In these areas the red army and the Soviet secret the are al ready openly The whip Is there to But where there is no army and especial ly Bul garia and steps will almost certainly be taken to provide The most Interesting case is Alba Albania has always been con sidered a satellite of A glance at the map is enough to explain Albania Is complete ly fenced In by Yet premier Enver Hoxhas defiance of Communist Chief Markos Vafiades mountain stronghold Is One unofficial report placed Greek troops in one of four villages forming a base of supply Draft Ike Boom Gets Dixie Lift PreConclave Meet Called for to Pick Ablest Candidate By Jack Bell Associated Press Political Reporter Senator Sparkmsn of Alabama said today that only a clear No from General Dwight Eisenhow now can stop efforts to deliver the Democratic presidential nomi nation to the wartime Eighteen state Democratic lead ers have joined with James Roose velt In calling for a preconvention caucus In Philadelphia July 10 to choose the ablest and strongest man available for the Democratic presidential Mayor i William OTjwyer announced who directed Demo speakers In the 1946 Congress told a reporter In Wash ngton he doesnt know whether Sisenhower would accept the nomj Ination if it is offered j But the Alabama senator made It j ilain that southern Democrats balking at President Trumans civil rights program will read fur ther silence by Elsenhower as will ingness to have his name offered to the party convention opening July 12 in On that arrangements were reported made for Alabama to yield and operations for Inlts flrst crack at nominating speech the southern sector the vital height to for a homestate nom of Kleptis is expected to Jail of the National troops were reported north of Metsovon In the foothills of Vassllltsa The reports said a rebel battalion was wiped It was learned in Athens last night that members of the American mission In Greece and their families are enjoying extraterritorial pril This exempts them from all Greek legal civil or crim Tito Is a measure of the pressure which the Kremlin is capable o bringing to The pressure on Bulagaria is more There Dictator Dl ajltrov some months ago open ly suggested the Balkan fede ration which tile rebellious Tito has now Dlmitrov at that time was rudely slapped down by the but he has not yet rejected Titos Even if he does a wholesale purge of doubtful elements in Bulgaria Is Virtually The several tens of thousands of red army and troops left behind In Bul garia after the Soviet evacuation be admitted to the United States may be sufficient to make sure that during the next two the Job is If Bulgaria The was sub xnay be required to invite units to severe criticism during con of the red army to reenter thejgressional debate and when Presi to protect the Bulgarian i dent Truman signed it into It peoples democracy against western I was claimed that certain provisions Act Changes Hinted by Wiley Washington A hint that the next Congress may make some changes in the controversial dis placed persons act came today from This would put Eisenhowers name in the pot before President Truman could be officially listed as a It would give Elsenhowers sup porters the chance for a cowbell stomp dance by which they might hope to stam pede the There are clear Indications that Trumans friends are scared at what might happen In such a sit This was reported to be back of their decision to dispatch George Allen at Laughing Boy fame in the early days of the Truman re talk matters over with the Reached at Eisenhowers Colum bia university home in New Allen said No RepublicanHerald photo A Record Tears High Of 96 Degrees was recorded in Winona Friday as city residents swarmed to bathing beaches outside of the city to keep The Winonans sweltered In a humid heat that Is expected to continue through today with possible scattered showers Over at Latsch Island bath ing where more than 600 persons tried to cool off in the river three Winona girls shown splashed delightedly In the water from the deep Left to they are Jean 617 Lafayette Luann Center and Katherine 218 West Wabasha Others found relief swimming on sandbars in the river and at the saad pits west of the At noon today the temperature was Chairman Wiley the told reporters If Allen is Balkan Breach Widens Albania reaks Relations With Slavs has broken off cultural and trade agreements with Yugoslavia and uen said No ordered Yugoslav missions and military experts to leave the the Belgrade radio said today Charles G presidential press Premier Marshal Titos foreim the broadcast salrt fn Senate Judiciary ttoder the law passed last month some European refugees will will discriminate against Jews and Roman A subcommittee of Wileys judl OUD EtUQied the bill for bTore thT Sen imperialist rr is QUITEPOSSIBLE that Czechoslovakia may be required to extend a similar Prague is perhaps the first to noVSs Vhatever flaws may show up In compromise law that has been enacted I assure be the seeing Elsenhower he is seeing him on his I dont know for what He Is certainly not an emissary of President Ross Howard Democratic national said the White House hadnt taken any steps to I get Eisenhower to remove hlmseL from the This checked with reports from Continued on Page Calumn Elsenhower Premier Marshal Titos foreign the broadcast protested in its fourth stiff note to Al bania of the week and warned that Yugoslavia would hold her responsible for all the conse The YugoslavAlbanian quarrel was the outstanding development in the Soviet sphere of the schedule and the Czechs are suf The Czech standard of Important in a country where almost every adult Is at least com fortably stout on a diet of five meals a has lowered perceptibly since the communists took All this must make Moscow fear separatism at Two courses may therefore be adopted by the Either the Czech commu nist leadership may be subjected to a ruthless to remove all but the completely reliable 100 subject of our earnest study In order that in the 81st Congress these flaws may be Wiley Typhoon Reported in Philippines Area The Weather bu reau reported today that it had lo cated a typhoon 570 miles north OrVif of San Bernardino be to be the invitation to the tween Luzon and Samar red army may well be even though the return of Soviet troops will arouse rebellious horror in every At a any Czech communist who is even capable of holding a conversation with a west this category includes Premier Foreign Minister Clementis and Interior Minister Nosek should begin to wonder whether his doom is SDCH ARE SOME of the reper cussions which may be felt within the Soviet empire as a result of Titos bold reper cussions are already observable the Berlin for has ceased to cause quite such anguished concern in London and And last but no means there is reason to believe that there will also be repercussions in Moscow The best opinion holds that the Yugoslav crisis is an outward and visible sign of an inward and in visible power struggle behind the dark walls of the More there is solid evidence that Soviet Premier Josef Stalin has played nttle part in the struggle which led up to the This does not mean that Stalins hold is seriously but it does suggest that the battle of succes sion is already in And whatever way the battle mny one thing is The need to tighten the screws everywhere in the new Soviet with which the defection of Tito has confronted i the will certainly greatly increase the strain on the whole monolithic structure of Soviet And if the struggle in the Kremlin is already capable of mani festing itself in so shattering a one may assume that as the strain increases the tension in the Polit buro will shortly reach some sort of The storm was moving north westward at 13 miles an hour to ward Balingtang between Luzon and Bulletins Chicago At least two persons were reported killed and 20 injured today in an explosion at the south Chicago plant o the CarnegieIllinois Steel Cor Washington VP A bill givingthe present atomic energy commission two more years in office was signed into law re Inctantly today by President Wis John Canadianborn resi dent of Chicago wanted by United States police in connec tion with the slayingof his was arrested at last Dewey to Take Long Farm Rest Loan Governo Thomas Dewey softpedaled hi presidential campaign toda in favor of a long rest at his Pawl ing Dewey planned to leave her sometime late in the day to relaj for at least three weeks and possibly a He said he would remain in contact with his office and un doubtedly would be in touch with Governor Earl Warren of California uis vicepresidential running mate Representative Hugh Scott of Penn the Republican national and Herbert Browne Deweys campaign He declared he did not intend tc see anyone at the farm but in reply to a reporters question that he would be available to news men from time to A large ontingent of reporters and photo graphers will accompany him to Yesterday Dewey put in a busy ay at his He announced his support of the proposed loan to the United ations for construction of a head uarters in New York city and con ferred with two representatives in The loan authorization was ap last session but did not pass in the Failure of the Hoise to approve cominforms denunciation of slavias brand of communism last j Yugoslavia delivered three sharp I notes to Albania yesterday accusing T T her of offensive acts to destroy 11 lacffAirc Yugoslav The warned Cd U U J 9 I CLl y Albania of economic repercussions j if such action I Albania Denounces Todays broadcast said by a unilateral act contrary to all iundamental principles of Interna tional had denounced all eco nomic agreements and protocols with Tanjug said the Albanian note was dated July the day after he Yugoslav central communist arty committee denied the comin orm charges that Tito and his Windstorm 5 Crops A hanger Four Zone Commanders In Parley Red Try to GraK Control of City Government Feared official American spokesman announced tonight that Soviet Marshal Vasslly Sokolov had refused to give any as jsurances to western power com jmanders that the Russian blockade i of Berlin would be i The four commanders conferred at Sokolovskys residence this eve ning on the Berlin It was their flrst meeting since March The talks were requested by the western the spokesman because of the serious situation caused by the twoweekold Rus sian blockade of Berlins land trans port A British announcement Bald problems arising from the circula tion here of rival eastern and west em German currencies also were on the No Change The conferees were the mili tary General Lucius Clay the British military General Sir Brian Robertson and the French deputy military gover General Roger The American spokesman said The situation remains The British said the consultations were the result or a suggestion made by Robertson in a letter to Sokolov Robertson demanded that the Russians reopen the highway from western Germany and say when rail traffic to this isolated city can be Clay said the meeting sprang out of a mutual desire of the military governments of the western sectors of Berlin that no stone be left un turned to find a solution to the Berlin To give the negotiators on tha scene time to work on the the three western powers deferred a protest direct to the Following the meeting with Soko lovsky the three western command ers held a halfhour conference at Clays Clampdown The Soviet olampdown on rail and highway lifelines to west was Imposed two weeks American and British authorities countered by assigning great air fleets to bring food and essential supplies to the Germans in the western sectors of the The announcement of the meeting was made in an atmosphere of ten American authorities said the Russians and their German com munist allies may seek to grab ontrol of the city British diplomatic officials In Lon don said Sokolovsky probably will Continued on Page Column 64 RUSSIANS that ripped through Pembina Trees were up Weather FEDERAL FORECASTS Winona and vicinity Partly lieutenants had strayed from the path of Marxism and were con ducting an antiRussian crops were damaged and i cloudy and continued warm power and telephone service were Sunday considerable cloudiness and rHcmntArt quite local showers likely in At on the western edge the Low tonight 73 high of the three inches fell in Sunday 20 Longtime residents here described the storm as the worst they had ever Heavy rains also LOCAL WEATHER Official observations for the hours ending at 12 today 86 73 90 none sun sets to etween the two It y far the widest in Winds of up to 80 miles per hour swept the Everett said TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE Bemidji It reported that Yugoslavia Eew metal hanger at the airport warned representatives of Albania here was ripped to pieces all Chicago 93 m a friendly spirit to remove it had tacles which stand in the way of orrect fulfillment of obligations pianes were also destroyed guaranteed iDenver PivelDes Moines under terms of YugoslavAlbanian conomic agreements signed in No Text Undisclosed The text of the Albanian com Knutson One house here was 91 Duluth 65 International Palls 85 Kansas City Windows were the west wall 1 Los Angeles pushed in and the east forced All power and telephone lines munication ordering the Yugoslavs J were reported cut off at At Miami 87 Paul 95 New Orleans ut of the country was not many large trees York but the Yugoslav reply said ibl awn as were power and I Seattle 71 Albanias assertions that Yugoslaj telephone Phoenix ia had failed to carry out obliga Some hail accompanied the storm j Washington ons under the pact are incorrect and crops were Water i Winnipeg 82 nH fuviOil moiri f M TT nvmin n flooded grain fieXs wt The Yugoslav notes charged Alviously been damaged banian authorities had insulted Yu tte authorization in the final days cut exports to her and the session led to speculation that stopped construction of a railroad Russia and her satellites might UN head had pre by earlier 61 69 55 65 48 63 69 60 80 73 75 66 50 78 68 59 ite to border A Greek nigilt aldentified plane bambed nlght nd Hurt Succumbs DAILY EIVEK BULLETJW Hood Stage Stage Today Change last had Milwaukee Norman Tesld Dam veteran of World War wSiDam fatally yesterday 13 without electric BitolJ is crushed by a crane while workingjDam 6 Pool about ten miles from Greece the Nordberg Manufacturing Dam 30 miles from ate foreign relations committee and the House foreign affairs committee land I hope and believe the commit ment will be carried he REA Loans for Last 12 Months Hit Peak Rural Elec trification administration reported yesterday that during the last 12 months it did its biggest since its creation in IK of loans farmer coopera place miles of lines Caution Urged to Cut Expected Holiday Toll By The Associated Press The nation today began an ex gs ess Red Wing 14 Lake 82 12 42 Dakota Dam Pool Dam La Crosse 12 Tributary Streams Cbippewa at Durand Zumbro at Theilman Trempealeau at Dodge Black at NeiUsville 3X Black at Galesville 23 cars were expected to beLa Crosse at Salem on the highways as millions beaded Root at Houston for vacation lands and day and the In the threeday holiday period violent year the violent death toll was including 255 traffic f 2 i 2 r i conj 15 in traffic Three per BTPEB FORECAST From Hasttnji to Guttenbertf Unless heavy rains there 163 will be practically no change in the five fireworks and 109 j river stages in this district for sev Air View Of The FlameSwept Swedish steamship Dagraar Salen ten miles off the Delaware with the Coast Guard cutter Gentian laying Three lifeboats can be seen next to the cutter and oa board the burning members of the crew are using a fire hose to fight the Wirephoto to The RepublicanHeraldJ miscellaneous In the first survey of accidental New York state reported By June its borrowers were operating miles of line serv jsons drowned and one was kilted In including two drowning and an accident of miscellaneous three in traffic mishaps Colorado and othex 2 6 consumers serve sajd thejoccurred in could be lowered if nmoristsNew North Ohio more An estimated and era No Paper Monday In line with the general cessa tion of bnsneu throughout the nation and to allow to spend the day withtheir fun The RepublicanHerald wffl omit pahUcation ;