Winona Republican Herald, January 6, 1947

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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1947, Winona, Minnesota WEA ciomir InnljMl wttHf tl EATHER Full Leased Wire News Report of The Associated Press Member of the Audit Bureau of PROTECT YOUR FUTURE U. S. SAVINGS BONOS VOLUME 46. NO. 271 WINONA. MINNESOTA, MONDAY EVENING. JANUARY 6. 1947 FIVE CENTS PER COPY TWELVE PAGES Truman Asks 4-Point Labor Plan U.S. Demands Russia Release Dairen Wants Port Opeued to World Trade Order to American Ship to Leave Harbor Recalled tVaahlncton Tho United States hiui nnked Russia and China ro arrange without further delny to end Soviet military control of Dal- ren nnd open thn Manchurlan port to world truffle under Chinese ad- ministration. Thr action, announced today by thr state department, was the first ofTlciftl step taken by Washington following refusal of Soviet author- ities on December 20 to allow three American civilians to land at Dal- reti. The Russians ordered the U. S. naval ship which took the civilians there to leave port In 30 minutes. Notice Served on Ship The 20-mlnuto notice was nerved niter the ship overstayed a 48-hour permit under which It had entered. State department have said the Russians within their In ordering the ship out and have refrained from any criticism nf the so-cnllnd "ultimatum" na- lure of the departure order. The State department, said ft note wns delivered to tho Soviet foreign office nt Moscow nnd thp Chinese foreign ornce nt Nanking by Amer- ican diplomats on January 3. It New Chaplain 5 Dead, 21 Hurt in 3 Air Crashes Snowstorm Lashes Eastern Seaboard By The Associated Preis Five persons were killed and 21 Injured In three piano crashes last Election of Dr. Peter Manhall (above) chaplain of the Senate by vote along party touched off the flrit political debate of the new Democrats acciued the G.O.P. majority of playing "paiilMa polltlci" with rellcioin office. Dr. Marshall la paitor of the New York Avenue Pretbyter- lan ehuroh In Washington. (A.P. Wlrephoto.) "The American government con- f.ider.i It deslruble thut tho current uriiittlsfnctory situation with regard in tho status nnd control of tho port or nnlren be promptly uontldercd NV Uw ('hlniae and fiovlet govern- with ft view to the Imple- mentation of the pertinent provi- sions of the Soviet-Chinese agree- ment of August 14, 1045, in regard to Dfttrcli, Delay Oppooed "This government perceives no rmson why there should bo further drluy In reopening tho port under Chinese administration, to Interna- tional commerce as contemplated in the aforementioned nKrecmcnt. "Thn government of tho United HtKte.i hopes that the abnormal conditions prevailing at Dniren mny be terminated nt an early date nnd thnt. normal may be re-estnblljihed wh'.ch will permit American citizens to visit or reside ut Dnlrcn In pursuit of their legiti- mate activities. "In the foregoing connection, this government also wishes to express hope thnt nureemont can be reached soon for the resumption of trnme on the Chi new Changchun runway." Bilbo to Draw Senate Salary Pending Ruling Washington The Senate's ilerlilon Haturdny lo for nt two months nny action on thr controversy ovrr seating Theo- rturc JUIlxi ulldlngs In Hawaii. 1.000 miles to he north, nnd stirred rumors of deaths in Alaska before it faded In- to the Arctic. In all. It swept across miles or the Pacific, but left no confirmed casualties. Alaskan department army head- quarters nt Anchorage said lost night no lives were lost and no great damage done in Alaska or the Aleu- At Nome, blacked out briefly by power-line breakage, the army said It could not confirm rumored deaths of several persons In the Hopper bay area 300 miles to the south. There were no fresh reports of destruction in Hawaii, where smash- ing waves did hundreds of thousands of dollari damaf Saturday. pcaco nnd unprecedented prosperity. Ho told them: "If in Uila yenr. nnd In the next, we can find the rlsht course to tkko njj each issua iirlscs, and if. In spite of all difficulties, we have the courage and thn resolution to take thnt course, then wo shall achieve a state of well being for our people without prccidcnt In history. Hopes for r.axlinr Peace "And If we continue to work tho other nations of the world earnestly, patiently, and wisely, wo a will for peace on Lhe part of our a lasting peace for tho world." In today's mrn.snec. the President snld he wanted a balanced budget military con- nnd B on reducing the public debt. To that end, he recommended drive meets tnat Congress continue for 12 months tho special wartime such as those on telephone bills. furs, luKRaue, liquor, to expire July j. This is the labor program proposed: 1. Enactment nf IrgUlaifnn outlawing thr jiidlxdlelional striae as "Indrfensllile." 2. Kniiclmenl of further leg- islation prnhlMtlnir weniuUrr boycntU which involve tlflablr He uid which are Intended to protect warn and work- ing; should be from thoie further- ing jurlnilletlonal dlnputm. IjfgMnUan providing rhlncrr whereby dis- over exUtlnt collecUve hurgalnlnir may hr referreil "liy either party to final and Mmllnr arbitration" extension of raellltles with- in the Labor department, for aa- alstlnr eolleetlve bargaining. 4. I'rovlklun by Concren for the appointment of a temporary joint cnmmlmlon to Inquire Into thn entire field of labor-man- agement relations and to makft legislative reeiimmendatlona not later than Mare.h Mr. Truman cautioned Congresa against adoption of "punitive legis- lation" and added: "We must in order to punish (Continued on Pa Re g. Column 1) TRUMAN Second Liberal Group Organized Washington Charging that 'reaction is ridiiiK high" In Con- gress. America's second new "pro- gressive" movement today began drafting a program its lenders pre- dicted would attract "millions" of persons dissatisfied with current political trends. Wilson Wyntt, former housing ex- pediter, and Leon Henderson, first OPA administrator, were named co-chairmen last, night of a. nation-wide organizing committee for the anti-Communist. pro-New Deal Americans for Demoerauo Action ;

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