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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1947, Winona, Minnesota W EATHER I-or.vl tonight; ol Thurxtny, Full Leased Wire News Report of The Associated Press N EWS PICTURES Best in Local and Wlrcphotos Daily Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations VOLUME 47. NO. 103 WINONA, MINNESOTA, WEDNESDAY EVENING. JUNE 18, 1947 FIVE CENTS PER COPY, EIGHTEEN PAGES Winonan Dies in Auto Crash at Alma dged Restoration Plan Pie By Greece Note Telling of U. S. Aid Outlines Recovery Program Washington Greece prom-! the United Stnte.i todny thai undertake n "great and con- effort" to restore, order nnc rcririomlc well-being In Its country. The pledge was made in n note thanks for the United Interest In Greek welfare ns evidenced by the Orcek- Tu.-Hish nld program. The State depnrtmcnt made pub- lic :h" exchar.nir of communications b-Twr.-n Washington and Athens. Th" Greek government outlined Its own recovery plans nnd nccepted rer-jci.-isiblll'y far carrying them but risked American expert such as hiis already been ii.-r.'nu-'-d !o nld the work. Formal Notice- notes covered formal notice to Gr'-eic government on May 2fl, :he American pro- grnrr. had been authorized bly Con- ;i note from the Greek gov- on June 15 expressing thnr.kx for the "benevolent Interest n great nnd friendly nation in :hr welfare of Greece." and n note of June 18 from the United States the Greek assurances. The latter note stated that Am- bassndor Lincoln MncVengh hns bc'-r. authorized to negotiate a forma! assistance agreement with Greek government. Th.-it ng.-crment is supposed to be ritr.i'-c! Athens todny or tomor- Truman Calls Wartime For Cut in Traffic Toll Washington President Trumun today applauded n. ".sharp and gratifying decline" In the nation's tnilllc.casualties but called pn highway users nnd officials to reduce still further the "appalling" annual toll. "We have won a major victory in the campaign against care- said Mr, Truman In an address prepared for the opening session of his second highway safety conference. Noting that at least C.DOO lives were saved last year as meas- ured against "the blfick record" of prewar 1841, when 40.000 fa- talities occurred, Mr. Truman declared the safety campaign is "well started, but It Is by no means dona." "Last year men, women and children died ns a result of highway accidents, -r narrow side roads. Both of the victims were thrown r or th'-lr car, which rolled scv- time.-, following the crash. Chicago Baby Choked in Crib Chlraifo A thrce-yenr-olc toy wns choked to death to- a.-iV as he slept In his crib nenr his v.-'ur.L: rr.n-hi'r who, said Police Cnp- And.-ex Barry, related that she -.v.-.1 itwiii-.enr-d by n prowler who v a.-, iitterr.ritlni: to attack her. i'.r.rry r.nid that Mrs. Hetty Bar T---.V.. 12. him tlmt Die Intruder nimble ro Identify ;v fir n ,'HT 1.1-rnml Smith Side 'A wretimed. cnpiiiin .said Mrs. Dnr- I ihiit nfter summon- ri.-ircnt.'.. iloy nnd Rose were n.sleep in a nearby returned to the cri: ffiund her Gerald Drazln in his erlb. iir.U firemen worked ove: for minutes before he dead by Dr. E. E n neighborhood physician nlso had been summoned. An be Inter, Kdwnrd Vallquct, who :i chnrt-e of the lire inhalntor there WHS H bruise on forehead nnd mnrks on about "9 i Prcvcnt n or freight cars VIMM port cltlcs- thc American Assocl- ntion of Railroads- late yestcrdny plnced nn Immodlntc embargo on the movement of freight to any port unless consigned to n ship not af- processors who in turn show that they have paid farmers nt least sup- port prices for their eggs and milk Omclals said it Is possible, that the department will be able lo sell these products later In the year, when egg and milk production goes down, without taking n loss. agreed today that House passage of the labor bill ovor a presi- dential veto is "in the bag." The Senate may tag along, b'ut the outcome there is loss cer- tain. House leaders-definitely expect n veto even though President Tru-J man told reporters at Princeton, N. J., yesterday "I haven't made up my mind yet." He said he will send n message to Congress Friday. A veto would make labor union control the next big issue..between the White House and Congress, with more potential lights In sight. But the "cooperation" about which the chief executive and con- cessional Republicans talked when the session began last January np- Appeals Made for Flood Crews in Southeast Iowa Onkvllle, were made for additional troops and vol- unteer workers to fight the flood waters of the lown river which ap- proached a record height of 16.5 feet today, forcing evacuation of many of the community's 400 residents. Children nnd the aged in this southeast Iowa town were removed anyway. portatlon, food, power, steel, iron and machinery. (Benjamin V. Cohen, U. S. State department counsellor, said in nn address last week thnt assistance would be needed to suc- cor Europe during the next four years.) Operational Body The cabinet spokesman said the European economic commission would work "within the framework' Representative A 1 v I n E. O'Konski head of the American Anti-Communist as- sociation, enters the federal dis- trict court-building in Washing- ton. In court Justice James M. Proctor refused to bar Henry A. Wallace from speaking at the government owned Watergate amphitheater in. Washington. (A.P. WJrephoto.) of the TJ.3ST. economic commission for Europe, established earlier at Geneva. He explained that Parties in Clash Over Amount of Budget Reduction John Murphy Victim; Fern Kinzie Hurt Vehicle Hits Concrete Wall Over Curvert Alma, Wis. Winonan died and another -waj seriously hurt when their car lammed into a cement abutment over a culvert near the south city imits here about p. Tuesday. Dead is J. F. 226 Vest Fifth street, driver of his n car, who died about 20 min- utes after the mishap while en to the Winona General hospital. In the hospital is Miss Fern Kin- e, 41, 160 Harriet street, teacher t the Madison school, who has a. ractured left arm, a severe lacera- on on her leg, serious bruises and ossible slight concussion. Mr. Murphy died on a stretcher while he was being rushed to tha hospital. Death occurred while the vehicle was between Cochrane and Fountain City, and the body was returned to the Stohr funeral home where it remained until this morn- ing. It is now at the Burke funeral home. Murphy's car. now virtually a total wreck, struck the solid upright ce- ment guard over the culvert with the right wheel iust outside the outer (edge. He wns en route to Winona I nnd the car struck the right up- right. The bridge is narrower than the i-ondwiiy. and Cily Marshal Rob- ert Rolller said that apparently Murphy failed to observe this nar- rowing. Marshal Rolfler said that there were no skid marks to indi- cate that Murphy had scea the ce- ment upright before he crashed Washington