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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1947, Winona, Minnesota w EATHER ton 1 1 til c Full Wire Newi Report of The Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations W1NONA. MINNESOTA. TUESDAY EVENING. MAY 20. 1947 FIVE CENTS PER COPY OMICS For the in Adventure Comics Back r.tsre Dally FOURTEEN PAGES .r- The United States today accused three Soviet satellite states in the Bal- kans of defying the authority of the United Nations by refusal to cooperate with a. U.N. border watch, group posted in northern Greece. Referring to Albania, Yugoslavia, and Bulgaria, U. S. Deputy Delegate Herschel V. Johnson said "It is en- tirely inadmissabJe for the security council that by doing so, the three placed themselves in .1 position of to the U.N." Johnson opposed a Russian pro- posal to curtail the powers of the frontier investigators, contcndint; such ft step would "paralyze the sub- sidiary group." Charges Interference The American -statement came after Greece charged that Albanian. Yugoslav and Bulgarian liaison of- ficers with the border commission engaged at Athens in "interferences designed to aid those who would bring Greece by forceful means into the communist, camp." Greek Ambassador Vassili Den- dramis made the accusation before the security council in opposing a Russian demand that the Bal- kan border watch proup move hendquartcrs to Athens from Salo- nika, near the troubled frontiers. Dcndramis said his government had protested unsuccessfully against what he called "the abuse by the liaison ofifcers and agents of tho disputant countries of their priv- ileged status." Restriction Opposed Dendramis also opposed a Soviet proposal for sharp curtailment of the powers of the Interim border in- vestigators. Russia would restrict further inquiries to specific easel assigned by the council. "The military authorities in Greece (ire dally receiving inlormn.- Uon showing that several armed bands emanating from Balkan countries are penetrating into Greet territory or are taking refuge in those countries when pursued by our armed forces." Dendramis said. Dendramis took the floor after Kahreman YUi of Albania question- ed the authority of the Investiga- tors to maintain an unrestricted vigil over the borders Greece from Albania, and Bulgaria. separating Yugoslavia. La Crosse Woman Fatally Burned I.a Crosse. IVis.- Gallapher. G5, was Mary burned latally last night when the sas stove in her home exploded as she attempted to light it. Neighbors tried to save her as she ran from the house, her clothlnc afire, but she died shortly after admittance to a hospital here. La Crosse county Dr. George coroner, termed dental. Weather Coal Contract Talks Resumed L. Lewisj Scuttle and mine operators representing 75 per cent of the nation's soft] coal output resumed contract talks today. FEDERAL FORECASTS Winona nnd vicinity: Generally fair tonight and Wednesday. Little change in temperature. Low tonight 50: high Wednesday 72 to 75. Minnesota: Mostly cloudy with light showers tonight and in north- cast and extreme east Wednesday. Not quite so cool in extreme east tonight nnd rising temperatures west Wednesday. Wisconsin: Mostly cloudy tonight and Wednesday with occasional light showers. Not Quite so cool in west tonight. LOCAL WEATHER Official observations for the 24 hours ending at 12 m. today: Maximum, C8: minimum, 41; noon, C7: precipitation, none: sun sets to- night at sun rises tomorrow at ELSEWHERE Max. Mln. Pet. Denver 65 40 MpJs.St. Paul ........68 45 New Orleans.........85 71 New York 75 53 Phoenix SR .52 .05 Lewis gave no hint in advance of the meeting whether he would present his contract terms immedi- ately, The operators and the president ol the United Mine Workers met briefly Friday, but recessed their wage-hour discussions until today to allow Lewis to consult with his 200-man policy committee. This committee met yesterday. There was no inkling of what was decided about the two most press- ing matters: (A) The nature of demands for a contract to replace the present government agreement expiring: June 30, when the coal mines administration roust turn the pits back to private owner- chip. (B) When and how to begin negotiations with the. Southern Coal Producers association rep- resenting the other 25 per cent of the bituminous production. The southern group has refused to Join with the remainder of the RIVER BULLETIN Flood SI.IKC 24-Hr. Stncc Today Change Red Wine 14 Lake City Reads Dam 4, T. W---- Dam 5. T. W. Dmn BA. T. W. Winona Dam (3, Pool Dam G. T. W. Dakota (C.P.) Dam 7, Pool Dam 7, T. W.. La S.3 11.3 75 8.2 71) S.3 8.0 8.8 9.5 7.7 3.1 Streams .1 .1 .1 .1 .1 Crosse Tributary Chippewa at Durand 4.3 -r- 3 Zumbro at Thcllmaii ..4.1 Buffalo above Alma ..2.7 Black at Ncillsvillc G.3 -H .6 Black at Galesvillc 5.0 -6 La Crosse at W. Salem 1.8 Root at Houston 6.4 3 RIVER FORECAST (From Mastinirs to Guttcnberp) The Mississippi will fall through- out this district lor several days except little change at Dams Xos. D and JO the next 24 hours. Greatest daily falls will be .3 to .4. foot from St. Paul to Alma, and .1 tc; i foot, industry In maklne n national pact, southward to Genoa, ;