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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1947, Winona, Minnesota W EATHER "nil tonlirhti do w INONA a CMa Andltoriam Full Leased News-Report of The Associated Press Member of the-Audit Bureau of Circulations VOLUME 47. NO. 230 WINONA, MINNESOTA, SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 15. 1947 FIVE CENTS PER COPY, FOURTEEN PAGES Hunt Slay Fight on Inflation Part of Aid Program Truman Will Outline Plan To Congress Will Suggest Action Against Costs at Home Tru man may Congress Monday fo authority to help other countrlc fight Inflation tui part of tho gen eral plan for aiding Europe, White House cxport-i workc ngnlnst Umo to prepare an outlln which some of the President's as soclatcx said might Include n. roug draft of the long-rango Marsha plan, M well as a proposal for atop gap help for Italy. Franco and Aus tria. They wild Mr. Truman, In h personal message to tho special HCM itlon which opens nt noon Monda also prepared to suggest actlo to halt the rising cost of living ft home. Unlww changes arc made In th final draft, competent officials salt President will suggest to Con greas that he bo permitted to nam a board to consider ways of hftltln the currency Inflation abroad whic has noddled the economy of mew European countries with bine Undor tho cmorffonc aid bill brought to Congress by Sec rrtary of State Marshall, tho Euro peon nations would bo required.tc pull aome of their own money ou of circulation In amounts equal tt the value of the relief they recelvi Inflation Chairman Vandonbcrjr (R.-Mlch, of the Senate foreign relations com mlttee indicated tho Idea to tak money out of tho hands of who might raise by blddln each other for the supplies He said ha understands the pro vUlon applies to outright Amwlcar gifts M well M loans. To right inflation In this country tha President was sold to bo con slderlng these requests: 1. Wider allocation the government tributlon of scarce Items. Appllcc to wheat. would enable govern ment agencies to say how much would go to mlllrrs, how much tc dLitillers, and how much to othc utprs. 2. Restored controls over Install ment buying, Thnso controls wer taken from the President at th last session of Congress. Senator Taft has sale that both of those wol as rent and export controls an Political violence which has been swooping Italy for the past thrco days spread to Homo for the first time today as leftlsl sympathizers attacked members ol the anti-communist Association oJ War Prisoners returned from Rus- slv meeting In tho Piazza Ksoctra. Several participants were injured before police Intervened. It appeared that leftist foes of Premier Alcldo do Oasporl's Chris- tian Democrat government planned to duplicate In Rome tho demon- strations in northern Italy early this week. Workers entered streetcar bam. lcl to American Brass Company ir the War Assets admin- tratlon announced yesterday. U. Paper iVins Journalism Award Dally Car- nal, edited by University of Wis-' nsln students, yesterday won; first aco for straight news writing In annual content conducted by (torn Delta Chi. professional.jour- alism fraternity. Pfc. Francis First Wirioiian Returned From Overseas, Rest Here Between two -cedar trees In 8t. Mary's cemetery, -Winona laid to today the first World :War n serviceman returned 'here from overseas." With the words in peace" and the 're-echo of taps coming from the snow-covered' Winona hills, the flag -bedecked casket containing the remains of Private First Class Francis Lewinskl, of Mr. and Mrs. John Lewinski. 918-Eait Broadway, were solemnly lowered into their last resting place. Previously, the'.burlal-servlces' of the church, and .of .the Veterans of Foreign Wars, and the three volleys from- the. firing squad had given the1 religious
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