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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1947, Winona, Minnesota W EATHER nnllf (iloilrty nn4 IS COMING He irum your nnr radio can M. Full Leased Wire Newt Report of The Associated Press Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations VOLUME 47. NO. 256 WJNONA. MINNESOTA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER I 7. 1947 FIVE CENTS PER COPY EIGHTEEN PAGES Cold Puts New Load on Good Fellows OLD w I n t wenlhor chill chrouft poorly c In It I tho 1 1 in o to wnrm clothing I youngster Is t rnjoy tho out door o Mlnnofiotn. Vitcntlon day urn nlmoiit horn Thp nitefly ohll (Iron of thifl com munlty like t piny with thl.f the points wore covered previous y In the President's program, Tnft has Mid thut unless the bll cun bo pnsMd there today, there s little livelihood thnt the HOUM which declined to consider M nomey a special committee headed by Representative Hcrtcr or managing long range aid. hrough a government lorporatlon. Before getting the hearings under way, however, the committee plan- ned to act on a suggestion from Representative Francis Case (R.- S. D.) that the administration be asked for all details on the dis- mantling of German industrial linns for reparations payments and European recovery may have been affected. For the emergency aid program, ntcndcd to help France, Italy and Lustria through the winter, the ap- troprlations committee chopped from the President's cqucst for And It rimmed hla estimate f to meet army need! n Germany, Japan, Korea and oth- r occupied areas. 57 Communities o Send Queens to St. Paul Carnival St. Paul winter car- ilval officials announced today that 7 Midwest communities had aJ- eady signified their Intention of ending queens to the annual pag- ant, to be held here January 31 JirouKh February 8. All queens will be guests at a flro ucen ball late In the week, with 1C winner of a contest at that time o become part of the royalty at ic 1949 carnival. Minnesota communities that will nd entrants for tills contest m- ludc: Caledonia, Chatficld, Lake City, Plalnvlcw, Preston, Rushford, t. Charles, Spring Valley and Wa- asha. ;