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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1948, Winona, Minnesota W EATHER Clmittr lonlKlit n-llh lIKht ruin; Tm-nrtnv purity cloudy, cftldvir. FM IS COMING Be nira yonr new radio can recelra tt. Full Wire Report of The Associated Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations VOLUME 48. NO. 23 W1NONA, MINNESOTA, MONDAY EVENING. MARCH 15. 1948 FIVE CENTS PER COPY SIXTEEN PAGES Soft Coal Miners Walk Out LJ A. I v No U. S. Aid If Italy Goes April 18 Elections Crucial Point State Department Spokesman Issues Ultimatum Wmihlrurtnn (ft'> Tho Stritff do- piirlmiml wild today Hint If Ituly KOCH commuiii.it slip will got no fur- thrr economic iilct from Uio United Suites. A itwtrmpnt that thl.i thr Itntlim communist pitrty would hn thr one In (Irrliln whuther to shut train American kid. Italy hns been receiving help un- der the (-mowncy foreign nlcl.pro- Krnm and Is clown for nlcl nuclei4 tho no-ciillrcl Murshiitl plan, Mlchiicl MsDcrrnott, prosw officer, mndfi thfl finnoimcrmpiit, on what will happen If Ituly communist in the elections month. Ho MI Id Semite debute- on thfi Xuropcnn Recovery proftriim miiclo It clear the Somite opposes nld to tiny communist-dominated country, Don't Wnnt 1'roffrnm "The. communists In Ituly wild they don't wunt the European Kecovery McDcrmott rid- ded. "If the communists should win which WP cnn'l believe will ho the knnwlnic the spirit and feeling Cudahy and Swift Reject Arbitration Nation-wide Meat Strike Set to Start at A. M. Potsdam Miscalculations Force U. S.-Soviet Policy Turnabout U. S. Committed to j Oppose Killed, 26 Injured in International Spread Everywhere n ni c I Harvester Louisville riant explosion By John ST. HlRlilowcr Washington American i -Two of three major Grinning Con! Diggers report today at the mine re- turn home. They nro employes of H, C. Frlck Company, n. U. S. Stool Corporation subsidiary at Brldgcvllle., Pa. (A.P. Wlrcphoto to tho Republican-Herald.) __________ meat packers turned down yesterday or been pushed by the ,an offer to arbitrate their wage dls- almost the opposite pole since Pres- jputc with the C.I.O. United Pack- icient Truman met Premier Stalin at inghousc workers who have called a Potsdam two alld a nllir years ago. tomorrow 'C CIlmo homc The arbitration proposal was sent Brilish-Soviet- to Swift Company, the Cudahy American meeting saying: The Packing Company and Armour three powers "arc now more closely Company but Swift and Cudahy ;than cvur together In dctcrm-
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