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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1947, Winona, Minnesota W BATHER g InU c ONTRIBUTE To Wlnonn'i Community Chert Full Leased Wire Report of The Associated Press Member of the Audit Bureau of VOLUME 47. NO. 214 WINONA. MINNESOTA. TUESDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 28, 1947 FIVE CENTS PER COPY FOURTEEN PAGES State Assures Survey for Highway 61 Along South Shore of Lake Winona U f M 1 Grain Saving Goal Assured Obtained From By Sterrllnit f. Green Washington The citizens food committee today estimated that it is 35 per cent along tho way toward President Truman's goal of savins bushels of grain for the relief of winter distress In Europe. Industry pledges will account for some bushels in the next 60 days, a committee official said taut most of tho rest must come from public self-denial and in farm savings of grain fed to livestock. In the hope of tapping another industry source. Committee Chair- man Charles Luekman will moot shortly with meat packing repre- sentatives. the official disclosed. Meantime the White House and of both parties made plans for tho November 17 special newlon of r-ongreM which Mr. Tru- man hopes will furnish about to get tho grain and other products overseas while set- ting up controls against Inflation at home. Taft Culls Meeting Senator Robert Taft of Ohio candidate lor the O.OJP. presi- dential nomination, summoned tho Senate's Republican steering com- mittee Into a meeting three days ahead of tho special session. Re- publicans have undertaken to write price program of their own, to match anything that Mr. Truman wends to Capitol hill. Ono high White House advisor last night that a proposal for price control 5t ths level of -the producer but not tho consumer is getting "serious consideration" within tho government and among Congress members. This official, who declines to al- low tho use of his name, Indicated price proposals would cm- brace only a limited number of basic foods and commodities In short supply and could by no means be compared with the OPA-stylo price ceilings which ex- pired Inst fall. Weather FORECASTS Winona and vicinity Clearing late this aftemon. Partly cloudy and rather cool tonight: lowest 42. Wednesday, generally fair and little warmer; highest 60. Minnesota: Fair tonight. Cooler southeast. Wednesday generally fair and warmer. Wisconsin: Partly cloudy north- west. Cloudy with ruin south and east ending lato tonight. Cooler north tonight. Wednesday gener- ally fair with slowly rising tem- peratures. LOCAL WEATHER Official observations for tho 24 hours ending at 12 m. today: Maximum. 67: mlnlumum, 48: noon. 48: precipitation. .76; sun nets tonight at sun rises tomorrow at KXTENDEJ) FOItECASTS Minnesota-Wisconsin Temper- atures will nverago three to six de- grees above normal except in north- eastern Wisconsin where they will bf near normal. Normal maximum 42 in north and 54 In tho south. Normal minimum 20 In the north and 34 In the south. Warmer Wed- nesday. Little change Thursday. Cooler Friday and Saturday. Lit- tle change Sunday. Precipitation will average about ono-flfth inch occurring as scattered showers Fri- day and Saturday, TEMPKKATUKKS ELSEWHERE Max. Mln. Prec. Chicago 40 1.38 Kansas City 01 48 Los Angeles 70 58 Mpls.-St. Paul 50 42 .01 DAILY RIVER BULLETIN Flood Stage 24-hr, Stage Today Change 14 2.4 6.3 Congressman Charges ArmyBad Weather Hiding Casualties at Trieste War' Now Under Way May Engulf World Spotted Near Border of British Columbia By Charted C. Haslet Washington Representa- tive' Marion T. Bennett declared today that "many" Amer-jby continuing bad weather, 'can soldiers have "been killed or steadily growing fleet of air and wounded by communists in the (surface craft set out again today Kctohikan, Plagued a THRU PROMININT REPUBLICAN women are shown as they attended the Philadelphia committee mooting to arrange for the G.O.P. national convention In the City of Brotherly Lovo next June. Left to right, arc: Mri. Paul Henry, delegate from Washington; Mrs. Worthing- ton Scranton, from Pennsylvania, official hostess of the nrroncements committee, and MM. E. L. Moulton, Albuquerque, N. M. Churchill Calls For Lifting of Price Controls London Winston Churchill called upon the British Labor gov- ernment today to follow the of the United States In romovlnir controls, and to toss aside socialist planning which he said was holding up national economic recovery. Making his fourth attempt to un- seat the Labor government by par- liament motion, the opposition lead- Fewer Batht Winston Chur- in parliament to- day to a recent nigfeitlon by Fuel Minister Hurh Qaltikell that Britons take fewer to nave "When a minister of the crown Rpeakei like this on behalf of tbe jtovernmcnt, the prime minister and'his friends have no need to wonder why' they are irettlnf Increasingly Into bad odor." or declared that nationalization of basic Industries had failed and weak- ened tho nation in time of economic crisis. TJ. S. Example Cited Krc! Wins Lake City Reads Dam T. W. Dam T. W. Dam J.A. T. W Dum G. T. W. Dakota (C.P.) Dam 7, T. W. La 3 2 12 3.5 1.3 2A 3 4.4 7.8 1.5 4.G Tributary Streams Zumbro at Thellman. 2.4 Buffalo above Alma... 2.2 Trempenle.iu at Dodge 1.0 -I- .2 Black lit Galcsvlllc... 2.4 .3 Root lit Houston 0.3 -I- .5 RfVEK FORECAST (From Ilastlnr> to Guttenberjf) During the next 3C hours, tho river will hold practically stationary from Hastings to Trempeolcau: from La Crosse nouthwiirci to Dam number ten there will bo little chance In the lower pool levels but a ullRhl fall of St to .4 foot at all tailwutcr gauges on this stretch. Tributaries will rise generally today but begin falling' off by tomorrow, morning. "I feel fortified by what has hap- pcncd in tho United he de- clared, adding: "Tho sovereign remedy to our present ills and darkening mlsfor- ;unes is to set the people free." "Nationalization has proved a the opposition leader told tho House of Commons. "Dear food, dear soon dearer trans- port grievously weaken our com- jctltlve powers In foreign markets." Attack With Churchill leading tho at- tack, tho Conservative party muster- ed its forces for an assault on the Jabor government's legislative pro- gram for tho coming year, which soils lor further nationalization of vital industries and curtailment of tho powers of tho House of Lords. This program was outlined last week by King George VI In a prepared by the Labor government the new of parlia- ment. Churchill has failed In threo prcv- ous attempts to unseat the Labor government votes. by "no condidenco" Elevator Crushes Minneapolis Man Minneapolis W Elden H. Hendrlxon, 47, was crushed to death today by a freight eleva- tor at the Moore Business Forms, Inc., office. Hcndrlxon, former hotel elevator operator, bad Just re- ported for his necond day of work for the company takinK up when he became entanfled In an elevator fate. Farmers Want Soil Conservation Most, Hope Finds Bloux City, Clifford R. Hope
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