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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1947, Winona, Minnesota W EATHER I-or.vl tonight; ol Thurxtny, Full Leased Wire News Report of The Associated Press N EWS PICTURES Best in Local and Wlrcphotos Daily Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations VOLUME 47. NO. 103 WINONA, MINNESOTA, WEDNESDAY EVENING. JUNE 18, 1947 FIVE CENTS PER COPY, EIGHTEEN PAGES Winonan Dies in Auto Crash at Alma dged Restoration Plan Pie By Greece Note Telling of U. S. Aid Outlines Recovery Program Washington Greece prom- l-.cc! the United Stnte.i todny thai undertake n "great and con- effort" to restore, order nnc rcririomlc well-being In Its country. The pledge was made in n note thanks for the United Interest In Greek welfare ns evidenced by the Orcek- Tu.-Hish nld program. The State depnrtmcnt made pub- lic :h" exchar.nir of communications b-Twr.-n Washington and Athens. Th" Greek government outlined Its own recovery plans nnd nccepted rer-jci.-isiblll'y far carrying them but risked American expert such as hiis already been ii.-r.'nu-'-d !o nld the work. Formal Notice- notes covered formal notice to Gr'-eic government on May 2fl, :he American pro- grnrr. had been authorized bly Con- ;i note from the Greek gov- on June 15 expressing thnr.kx for the "benevolent Interest n great nnd friendly nation in :hr welfare of Greece." and n note of June 18 from the United States the Greek assurances. The latter note stated that Am- bassndor Lincoln MncVengh hns bc'-r. authorized to negotiate a forma! assistance agreement with Greek government. Th.-it ng.-crment is supposed to be ritr.i'-c! Athens todny or tomor- Truman Calls Wartime For Cut in Traffic Toll Washington President Trumun today applauded n. ".sharp and gratifying decline" In the nation's tnilllc.casualties but called pn highway users nnd officials to reduce still further the "appalling" annual toll. "We have won a major victory in the campaign against care- said Mr, Truman In an address prepared for the opening session of his second highway safety conference. Noting that at least C.DOO lives were saved last year as meas- ured against "the blfick record" of prewar 1841, when 40.000 fa- talities occurred, Mr. Truman declared the safety campaign is "well started, but It Is by no means dona." "Last year men, women and children died ns a result of highway accidents,
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