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   Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1948, Winona, Minnesota                              WINOKA JCLT 1348 is Truman Seems To Make Race Against Congress By J Martow Tru man has opened his campaign for Credit for Big American Bridges the Rus atezu are credit lor the Golden Gate and George Washing ton everything that Is best In musical and theatri the presidency with now Moscow radio lighting challenge to the licana to stand and an1 a municipal the nouncement The project involves crushed rock base1 ana wearing sar face for 35 miles from Just west of Houston to Cedar and Grant streets Contract Awarded For Houston County Road Construction A tentative award has been made lor new construction on highwaysjin Houston on highway and onj IS and 76 in Houston the highway 76 from one mile to 231 Minnesota highway department anmiles south ol highway includj nounced ing one concrete box culvert and a The award subject tojbridge over the south fork of the the approval of the state auditor i Root and the state commissioner of eduJ Winning bidder Is Leon cation and upon find execution of i Hes going to1 uk Congress to pass certain such that most modern to jdustrtal Inventions are of Russian He did it in his speech here to the Democratic Eere li the latest Moscow claim accepting recorded by American government presidential monitors jnatlon Carnegie Washington bridge Right at the over the Hudson the Golden end of speech m S411 sty he and a number of that he is calling and buildings the the work of In particular controlled engineers gress back into The special radio dispatch was special session mtMSZjM tte July Tass means this The Moscow broadcast failed to for Flavor news mention that the engineer for both the Golden Gate and George Wash ington bridges was Othmar Am native of who has designed many this country in 1904 and aimed at controlling the But most of what he said hell ask for la something which the their own 1948 form worked out here three weeks sav needs to be done designed Carnegie studied r where many musical events the Sov That will put the wedlt tor are pre on the spot of having to deliver on their platlorm promises which they made in an attempt to win the elections to Tactics Outlined But before looking any further Adrift in Into Trumans attempt put I their fishing craft in Lake Michigan the Republicans over a this 17 two Racine men were Is something to remember as the spotted by an airplane and led to political campaigns get under way safety In his speech he very clearly out Kenneth and John the Democratic partys camI Reason were found paigntactics in trying to win the veteran KETTLE SIZE ITALIAN STYLE HOME PREPARED MOTHERS SPAGHETTI DISHES ARE MORE Plane Leads Lost Fishermen to Safety presidency and control of Con gress Claim credit for the Democratic party for all the good things Con gress and the government have done Coast guard units from Kenosha and joined in the search for the Warner and Reagan said they became lost when fog surrounded since Franklin Roosevelt bethelr boat Monday Without came president In a compass and without sufficient Attack the present Republicansaso11116 for the outboard controlled Congress as a donotlv of the rich and blame It for the things left Heres an example of what youl be hearing about 1 Truman pointed to the tre mendous rise In the earnings of workers and farmers since 1932 and said both groups would be un grateful If they didnt vote for his Democratic Here are examples of 2 The high cost of living and tha end of OPA and price control Truman blamed them on the present Republican In the special session hes going to ask Congress to do something about stopping In taslr 1948 platform the Re publicans pledge an attack upon the basic causes of Truman blamed this Con gress for failing to pass a strong federal housing bill to wipe out alums and provide lowcost He said he will ask the special session to act to lower housing Home Building Urged This Just before It quit In did pass a housing bill But Truman said this is worth The Republican platform says the government can and shoulc encourage the building of better homes at less cost and recom mends federal aid to the states for local slum clearance and lowrental housing programs when private enterprise cunt do the Truman blamed this Con gress for falling to pass a health program that would provide more medical hell ask the special session to do The Republican platform says the Republicans urge strengthen ing ol federalstate programs to provide more medical Truman blamed this Con gress for not passing a law that would bring more people within the benefits of social he Congress actually knocked people out from under the protection of social rte said he will ask Congress to bring more people under social security The Republican platform says the Republicans are for widening social security Federal aid to Mr Truman blamed Congress for not voting such He had asked it to vote in federal money to give that kind of So 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