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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1947, Winona, Minnesota w EATHER tonliht fch oiUjr. No fmpnrtunt 17 Full Leased Wire News Report of The Associated Press Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations to for Swlmmlnr Pool Election Nov. X VOLUME 47, NO. 184 WINONA, MINNESOTA, TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1947 FIVE CENTS PER COPY FOURTEEN PAGES Russia Flays U.S.; Lie Issues Appeal Vishinsky Launches New Attack Italian Treaty Revision, Korea Targets of Soviet New Russia launch- fd a new broiidslde against the United States today nftcr Secretary- General Trypvo Lie ln_ nn extra- ordinary appeal called on the bit- terly quarreling big powers to bury thflr differences In the interest of peace among the United Nations. Andrei Y. Vlshlnsky, Soviet dep- uty foreign minister, opened his new offensive by charging Secretary of State Marshall gave an "Incor- rrct" explanation of the big power deadlock on Korcnn independence He then assailed was sitting before sup- porting U. N. consideration of rcc ommcndatlons for revision of the Italian peace treaty. Vishinsky charged that any action on this question wns iv violation of the U, N. charter. Vishinsky spoko as the 55-nntlon general assembly began debate on its formidable agenda, which already had been approved by the assem- bly's 14-natlon steering committee over Soviet opposition on some sections. He demanded exclusion of the Items on Korea and Italy. Meanwhile, the Arab countries lost the first round of tho Palestine battle when the assembly overrode their objections to creation of a special 55-natlon committee to consider tho Palestine question. On the Korean question, Vishin- sky said Russia twice had submitted constructive proposals but thcsn had not been accepted by tho United States. Therefore, he said, "The American delegate must bear the rc- Rporwlblllty" for the deadlock. Ho said the Korean Issuo could not legally bo considered by thn general assembly. Turning thnt the Secretary Of Defense James-V. Porrestal, left, center, leaves the Navy headquarters at Washington, D. C.. today with traditional "piping ashore" ceremony as he moves his office to tho Pentagon building ns a result of armed services reorganization. With him is tho new Secretary of Navy John L. Sullivan. (A.P. WIrephoto to The Republican-Herald.) Italian Rightists Win Test Vote Rome In the first test o public opinion since Premier Alcic dc Gasperl dropped leftists from his cabinet 3nst June, a right win coalition called "the list of th rooster" swept B local day at Cascrta, the Interior minis ;ry announced today. Nearly complete returns showei that the rightist coalition com prising Qualunquists, Monarchist and Liberals polled vote to for De Gasperl's Christian Democrat party and a mere v'ifihinsicy who support for The People's to Italy, he declared United States several tlmrs "has shown lack of n precise attitude on such questions." This case, Vishinsky went on, is "another example of the lack of ability of the United States to respect Intcr- nntlonnl agreements freely entered." which have tho proposal to consider changes In tho Itnllnn treaty hnvo n "rather conception of Justice." VJshlittlcy ivskcd permission moke a new statement of genera Soviet policy, but Dr. Oswaldo Arnnhft of Brazil, assembly presi- dent, ruled thnt ho must confine remarks now to debate on items on tho provl.ilonnl ngendn, Weather FEDERAL FORECAST Wlnona and vicnity: Generally fair tonight and Wednesday. No Important temperature change. Low tonight 44: high Wednesday 62. fair to- Council Votes To Condemn Land for Small-Boat Harbor Wabasha, Minn. The Wabaslia city council voted unanimously in a special session last night to condemn land
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