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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1947, Winona, Minnesota EATHER tonlihli w INONA Needs a Auditorium Full Wire Report of The Associated Press Member of the Audit Bureau of VOLUME 47, NO. 232 W1NONA, MINNESOTA. TUESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 18. 1947 FIVE CENTS PER COPY SIXTEEN PAGES Desperadoes Jailed at Neillsville Taft Answers Truman Leads Fight On Domestic Proposals Certain Death Seen for Wage, Price Ceilings, Rationing Wuhlnrlon VIV- Anicry llcww todny marked tor almost certain In Congress President plea tor standby power to invoke limited price-wane con and rationing, Led by Srnalor Robert Tuft of Ohio. an avowed presidential as- pirant. and ICouiw Hpciiknr Joseph Martin of MiwwnchlwoUls, O. O, P. launched such a bitter Europt Hatli Talk London Wwtern Eur- ope acclaimed today rrwldiinl rmuwi for brawl powers to upved world bu' tempered the pUudlU with a note ol enullon UM> dollars and be measured out by attack on these two of Presl- um cent of IMng that thny appeared certain to be- come top liwurx in the 1D4I1 political campaign. Taft, replying to the President by radio- eight and one half hours after Mr. Trumiin addressed a Joint of CongrcM yesterday, nepubllonn buttle cry: the police state con- demned by irm Pranldent himself only a month ago. This Is the end of economic freedom." In messairo to the Mr. Truman summoned back into special to vote aid for Eur- ope and try to check at home, the President aaked Tor immediate authority to allocate HCAIM control credit and impose other Inflation Back of these he asked for power to clump down with anrt wane totethw with rationing. If found neeeMKry to Urine In chock, (At a conference October It. Mr. Truman told in to that includint- those over repre- sent police (Into methods even in wartime, (He added that such methods must be used in an eroer- and that In country they (ConttnwMl Pace I, Column 4) TAKT Weather rCDKKAL, rOKKCAKTfl Wlnona and vicinity Cloudy with oocaslonnl light snow tonight. Snow flurries nnd colder Wednes- day. Low tonight 24; high Wednes- day 30. with occa- light snow tonight and Wed- nesday, No decided change in tem- perature. with occasion- al light snow tonight nnd Wednes- day. Not cold north central and extreme northeast tonight. LOCAL 1VEATHKK Official observations for the 24 ending at 12 m, today: Maximum, 32; minimum, 20; noon, 31: precipitation, trace; sun to- night at sun rises tomorrow at TKMPKRATTJHE8 ELSEWHKHE Max. Mln. Prec. IKimldJl 32 24 .07 Duluth 30 24 .07 Los Angeles.....J.. 74 02 Miami......... 72 Mpls.-St. ..20 24 .18 New Orleans 07 50 .73 Nrw York 45 30 Reglna 10 4 ,08 KXTKNDED rOKKCAHT MlnnrsoU. Wisconsin and Iowa: Temperature will average three to five dngrctjs below normal. Normal maximum 31 north to 40 south. Nor- mal minimum 16 north to 20 south. Colder Wednesday and Thursday. Continued rather cold Friday. Slow- ly rising trend Saturday and Bun- tiny. Precipitation will average one- fourth Inch northern Minnesota and nbout thrrr-fourths Inch Iowa and Wisconsin and southern Minnesota, occurrlnc as snow Wednesday and ngaln Saturday or Sunday. DAILY KIVKU HULLKTIN Flood Stage 24-Hr. Stage Today Change Red Wing 2-3 -1 12 .3 Dum 4, T, W. 4.2 Dum T. W. Dum 6A, T, W. 3.2 .2 Wlnona
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