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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1947, Winona, Minnesota W EATHER FM IS COMING rare roar radio can K. Full LMMd Report of Tho Associated Member of the Audit Bureau of VOLUME 47, NO. 259 WINONA. MINNESOTA, SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 20. 1947 FIVE CENTS PER COPY SIXTEEN PAGES Good Fellows Step Up Driv Last 3 Days ItK Good Follow campaign n o goes Into hlK Tho lust thr days b o f o r Christmas a r vital onrs In tl drive to brln Chrlstmns to o-v ery child In th community, It Is the tlm of Inst ml nu n p p e n 1 s fro children; t h time when th Ocotl P e H o redonblo their nfforts an put in long tiring hours, nut they hitve n gonl to make an a record of long service to muln tain. With the help of Good Fo lows nupplylnit the funds, they wl attain It again this year. It Is never too lato to bo n Ooo Fellow, The funds and gifts nr utilized up until the last hour. Di at thin time It Is Important that th workrrs are not hnndlcappod b lark of funds, So thn nppenl toOny Is to be Good Fnllow now. Mall or brln your contribution to the Clood Fo lows. The rtepubllcan-Mernld, Wl nonn, Minn. Help these workers mnko the goal which Is a gift for every need child In this community this Christ mas, so that Joy may bo commun Uy-wlde on Christmas dny, Be a Good Tel low today, Be a Good Fellow The following Is a list of oontrl butions to the Good Fellows U date: Previously llnleit 1.00 25.00 2.00 z.oo 6.00 12.M A A friend A friend WlllUm New Cub I'nek fikTnfn nnn A friend A friend A A friend rrndentlal Inmiranee Kenneth Douxlan anil Lynn and C. Jammer A irarollnjr woman Kmplojrt'H of Donovan Inr.................. A frtenrt Karen, Kirk, Karl and Kenneth Charlei W. Aline Kowi and Newton Moravian Mary Soelelr, 81. K. T, Kdward......... Clllnen OrNce and Mike K. II. Wlnona Holler Com- 1.25 II family A friend Two PrlenrtH...... Edwin JertMin and family A friend lintel Wlnona 1.00 1.00 1.M 5.00 l.Ot 1.00 5.00 10.00 2.00 .50 5.00 1.50 W.ZIB.M A n. r. Mrs. Carrol Mark Gibbons, Sheriff's Son, Succumbs at 23 Gibbons, 33 years old, son of Sheriff Thomas J. Gib- died of n heart nttnok shortly after noon Frldny in his room St. John's university, Oollogovlllo prnnnrlnK to return home for the holidays, A twin brother of Jerome Gibbons, a senior nl the University of Min- nesota, Mark was n senior nt St. John's, where he was mnjorlng In rhemlstrv. He hud been under treatment for n heart nllmont sov eaoo treaties, "I realise that the many lengthy and thi frequent and undamenUI cIlMRreeminU vnre 'ery oonruRlng to the pub- ,0." he contlnuoun accusation! jrnlnut good faith, InU- rlty and the purpoMR of the gov- rnmenU of the ,Unlted nec- marlly added irreatly to the con- uslon. wai, ai matter of fact ne of the purposes of thew at- aoks." Commenting on Inslst- noe on settlnit up a aorman con- rnl (tovernmont without first unlfy- Germany, Marshall said any ,loh wwiM be "a sham nd not a reality." snld. "was tho first lour evidence of (Molotov's) pur oso to utlllno tho meeting as an pportunlly for propaganda deolara- ons which would be ploasnnt to Orrman Kallur. Kxplalnxl In thn Soviet none of Germany Mild, nuMln "seized ast holdings and formed them Into gigantic trust embracing a aub- :nntlnl part of the Industry of thnt one. This has resulted In a type of monopolistic strnngle-hold over tho conomlo and political life of east- rn Gormnny which makes that OKlon very little more than a do. icnclcnt province of tho Soviet nlon, 'A very strong reason, In my pinion, for our failure to agree at
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