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   Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1947, Winona, Minnesota                                W EATHER N EWS PICTURES Best in Local and Daily Full Leased Wire New. Report of The Associated Press Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations VOLUME'47. NO. 96 'WJNONA. MINNESOTA. TUESDAY EVENING. JUNE 10. 1947 FIVE CENTS PER COPY FOURTEEN PAGES. Storm Rips Willmar, Pipestone Areas President in Canada for 3-Day Visit Speech Before Parliament Set for Tomorrow nr Emr.it B. Vaccaro Aboard President Traman'.i Spe- cial Train En Route to Truman crossed the northern bordrr today on his good will mlMlon to Canada. L. S. St. Laurent, secretary of lor external affairs, and other j-.otablts, extended an official wel- come ns the United States chief exe- cutive arrived at Rouses Point, N. V.. tit n. m., aboard an ll-car peclnl train. S'.. Laurent was accompanied by Ray Athcrton. United States am- bassador; W. H. Measures, chief of protocol for Canada, and three hon- orary aides-de-camp to the Presi- AddreMM on KWNO President Harry S. Truman's brfore n joint xrs.ilon of thr CiinadliLn I'arliitmrnt In the Ifnunr of Commons Chambers. OlLiwu. Weilnrmlay, will lie brnatlriv.it by KWNO from it. m. to a. m. The I'ri-sl- tlrnt will br Introduced by Ca- nadian Prime Minister Mac- The Listening and Hrrakfast In Holly- wood will cancel for one time, Wednesday. dent. Commodore F. L. Houghton o.' ti-.c Royal Canadian navy; Brlg- S. F. Clark of the Canadian fvrrr.y and Air Commodore D, M. Smith of the Royal Canadian air .'orcc. They board the train for the trip on to Ottawa, The governor General and Lady Alexander and Prime Minister W. L. Mackenzie King head the welcoming parly for President Truman in Ot- He root his wife nnd daughter alone for a three-day visit in Ot- tawa where he will address the Canadian parliament at n, m. Daylight Time) tomorrow. The United States chief executive was in the best of spirits as he boarded this ll-car special train in Washington last night. Hes left until after his return to Washington Friday a decision on a tax reduction and new for labor unions. Bills embody- ing these changes were sent up to White House by n Republican- controlled Congress last week. HP concentrated, instead, on plans to set another example to tho world of how the peoples of the Western hemisphere live together in peace nnd harmony, negotiating differ- ences if any arise. Visit to South America Mayor Hubert H. Humphrey, running with Demo- cratic-Labor backing, was rc-clccted mayor in the municipal election Tuesday but the one per cent corned Income tax, aimed chiefly toward support of the schools, was defeated by a margin of nearly two Trie flight of the President to] to one. Mexico In March set a pattern for! with 321 of the city's 347 precincts vLvt to the northern unofficial returns gave Humphrey votes against 498 for Frank J. Collins, who had Too Much Water Flooded Locks at Quincy, Saverton Stop Barge Tows Too much water In Just had ax not enough water, liarce line on the Upper Ml.ixlnlppl river have dis- covered. a result of record-break- Inr hlrh water In the Upper MLsxlsxIppl In the Qulncy-Clln- ton area due to the DM river flood, and other over- flowlnjc xtreanu In Iowa and Illlnoix. the nine-foot channel of the Mississippi river has be- como Inoperative. War department officials Imve notified barge operators that the high water has flooded the lock-operating machinery at the Saverton, Mo., and Quln- ey, 21 and 23 of the thesu structures temporarily out of operation. Motors must be removed and dried before the locks can bo operated, the lockmasters were Informed. This work may take a week or more. As a result, towboats and barges above thcso two dams on the upper river will be forced to tie up above the dams, and those below will be held at points below the dams until repairs on the lock machinery arc- completed and the high water .subsides. Traffic on the river Is ex- pected to virtually come to a standstill by the weekend. Liquor Fee Raised By Council Dorsch Leads Fight to Hold Down On-Sale License The city council Monday night raised the on-sale liquor license fee from to over the strenuous opposition of Alclcrman- at-large Robert Dorsch. The boost will bring the city license fees for the city's 15 on-sale liquor establishments, the maximum number allowed by state law, to This includes for their on-sale 3.2 malt beverage license and for an off-sale 3.2 licenses. "You're taxing them out of ex- istence, "Alderman Dorsch de- clared. "I can't understand why we should pile the taxes, in the form of license fees, on the same fellows all the time, I don't understand why they should be hit for special high taxes. They're a legitimate business, like a lot of others around downward. The mechanical Maxlne Taylor, 19, And Robert M. Kownd, 102 former commander ol the Q.A.B., receive congratulations from John Richie Schultz, president of Allegheny college at Meadville, Pa., upon re- ceiving diplomas at commencement exercises. They were the oldest and youngest graduates of the class. (A.P. Wirephoto to The Repub- lican-Herald.) Humphrey Wins, Tax Loses In Minneapolis Balloting of the United States. Mr. Truman hopes to work In a to South America before the end of the year. Tho President's official party in- cluded his personal physician, Brlg- appealed to the Republican voters j although the balloting wus on a nonpartl.snn basis. In 272 precincts, there were r General Wallace H. Crahum 001 alflrmatlve votes on the Income who har, been in constant attend- j tax issue and opposed. ;mce 
                            

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