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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1948, Winona, Minnesota w EATHER wllh til until! (Kir. Full Leased Wire News Report of The Associated Press IS COMING Be your new t can receive H. Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations VOt.UMK 47. NO. 289 WJNONA. MINNESOTA, TUESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 27. 1948 FIVE CENTS PER COPY TWELVE PAGES Committee Approves Knutson Tax Cut Third Cold Spell In Week Mercury to -14 Drops Yates Stirling, Jr., Stormy Petrel of U. S. Navy, Dies Wlnnmui.'i .shivered In below-zero weather uKuln toclny as a new butch of frlf-lcl ulr from ccntrnl Carmdn, moved Into the Mid- west for the third cold wave In n, week, Tho tcmporuturr In Wlnotia dropped to 14 below sscro over- night. At noon It wus ,ilx below. The forecast called for continued cold tonight nncl slightly warmer Wednesday. Tho low for the season reached on January 10, Lowc.it temperature recorded In tho Midwest overnight was .'10 bolow at International Falls. Other tcmpoi'ntiiros around the state In- cluded In St. Cloud, In Duluth, In Minneapolis nnd 15 in Rochester. Indicated high temperatures to- clny range from rive to ten below In northern Minnesota to near in ;hc south. Lows tonight will run from live to ton below in the south to 16 to 20 below In the north. Wed- nesday's "wurm-up" promises read- Ings upward to y.cro to five below in the north to flvo to ten above In the south, Cold In WlnconMn Wisconsin also recorded sub-zero temperatures overnight nncl pre- pared for another sulgo or below Mto weather today. Weather fore- for Wisconsin called for in thn northwestern corner of the sttttc ranging to In the south, Wed- nesday's warmer weather Is sched- uled to bring temperatures soaring to 30 above in the south, Tcmpern- turr.i in Wisconsin overnight were --20 nt Superior, at La Crosse nnd B at Madison and Milwaukee. The federal Wctilhcr bureau at Chicago said temperatures across tho country, except In southern Florida, wore below normal. The continued cold wenthur throughout Two Cases SetStassen Seeks Eisenhower For Jury Trial Votes in New Hampshire In U. S. Court Put McLanc, Queen Of Tho 1948 Minneapolis Aquatennlal gets a' fitting for the new, permanent crown which Aquatcnnlal queenx will wcnr In the future. It Is made of sterling silver, gold plate nnd cloth nmddod with Jewels. Presenting it Is George Jensen, AciucUcnnlnl chnlrmnn. Wirephoto to The Republican-Herald.) naltlmnrp AdmlrM Yntri titlrllriK, dbovc, En.itern half of thu country ninny times called the stormy petrol of the srrvicr, dircl of n heart all- mrnt todny uttrr n throe-month Illness, .Mr would on April 00. Stirling saw 4ft years of wirvlca In the nnvy before ho retired In 1MB. In retirement, Stirling wrote Vnslvrly and this brought hlrn Into ninny public controversies. Ills two surviving sons am navy rnrrrr mrn Captain Yntftfl Stir- ling, TIL, (retired) of Norfolk, Va., nnd T.lrutctmnt Comtnandnr Mnrry K. Stirling of Jlrsltlrs, there urn his widow and Adelaide Y. nnd E. of Baltimore and MM, three Allen William R. UK of Los Angelen. Funeral will be al 3 p. m. Thursday rrme.trry. lit Arlington National Bridges Submits Bill to Put Ban On Oil Exports Senate nnd Kotiir today weighed separate pro- pmiils tn stop oil export.-! by law wlillt- n fuel shortage exists In this country, a Koniitr com- imttci- '.iiuircMrd that the states fix new low speed driving ilur to the wartime limitation, in savr gasoline. A onr-yrar briti on exports of oil would so Info effect liwlrr n bill In- troduei-fl Monday nlitht by Sen- ator Styles Bridges fR..N. H.I rlnrlng himself "disgusted" wllh what he tcrmrcl fulluro of the atl- mlni.ttnvtton to hrlp New Kngland iinrt other fuel nil shortage uri'us, ItrltU'r." nwiertrd that Ihr time hns rfimc for "turret action" by Con- Thr- commrrcr fli'imrtmcnt tuvs nllrx-ulrrl iibout. barrels of oil products for shipment ubroucl tlnrliik' tlir of IB-lfi, Ksport.i in totaled bfirrrli. I found many communities curbing in dustrlM activities as a measure to n throe-month conserve fuel for domestic purposes have born 70 Ohlo lllvcr Tho Ice-clogged Ohio river closed to navigation for the first llroo jilnce 1040 rvnd dozen barge loaded with -105 new automobiles were caught in the lee ton miles up- stream from Evansvlllc, Ind. Tho death toll Itom causes at- tributed to thc cold and snowy weather of the past week wn.i count- ed in the lSn.it, Midwest nnd South, Pennsylvania and We.it Virginia unch reported 15 fatalities thorn were 23 In tho Now England states, ten In Texas arfO nine each In Kentucky, Ohio nnd Indlann. The now cold wave was expected to move into tho eastern states tonight but tho temperatures today In northern Now England woru five to ton bolow, Thcro was a wldo belt of nnow from the southern Rockies eastward Into tho Ohio river valley and freez- ing rain nnd stect was reported in pnrts of Texas, Arknn.in.i and Ten- nessee. Colorado reported snow for tho third straight dny with 25 Jnch- os on thc ground In tho mountains nt Lotulvltle. More Snow for New York Another fourth in n little more than a forcen.it tonight for Now York city, still digging out under last So-tur- cltty'.t four-Inch foil, Tho season's hill. In tho metropolis totals 41.7 Inches, Tho record fall for the winter season In New York Is 77 Inches, set tn 1902-03. The dry spell continued In Cali- fornia but there was a promise of rnln from a storm moving eastward In tho Pacific near the Aleutians. Sonic communities in the chilled Midwest reported thermometers never climbed above zero yesterday. 3 U. S. Jobholders Named as Traders Washington A senator, an ambassador and the newly- appointed assistant director of the budget were listed by the Agri- culture department today as traders In commodity markets since January 1, 1040. A now list of speculators made public by Secretary Clinton P. Others Continued, Transferred or Dismissed Two personal Injury actions were act for trliil by Juj-y when Ibe cnll of the calendar for the January term of United States district court opened In the federal building to- dny with Judge Dennis F. Donovan, Duluth. presiding. One of the no- tions Involves a Winoim resident. The Jury panel scheduled to hoar tho cases is to report Wednesday at 10 a. m. Nine other civil actions and two criminal matters were either trans- ferred, dismissed or continued, thus narrowing down the calendar. Two Attorneys Admitted Two Winona attorneys, Harold J, Llbent nnd Donnld T. Winder were admlLlcd 10, practice before the federal court here in this morning's procedure. First jury cnse scheduled Is n. suit to .sccui-c for Injuries and mecilcnl expenses which allegedly resulted from a traln-trnctor nc- cldent here September 28, being brought by Albert Hnase, 475 jiifnycttc street, agninst the Mil' jwaukee railroad. It was continued "from the June calendar. Attorneys for the p.'nlntlff are Harold E. Stasscn, Republican candidate for" the presidential nomination, left, talks with Leonard V. Finder, publisher of the Man- chester Evening Leader, recipient of a letter from General Dwight D. Elsenhower disavowing publicly his candidacy for the presidency. Mr. Finder made no statement in support of any candidate. This picture of the two was taken in Manchester, N. H., this morning.
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