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   Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1948, Winona, Minnesota                                W EATHER Mnnllf tnnliM mill similar FM IS COMING roar new rtdlo It. Full Leased Wire News Report of The Associated Press Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations W1NONA. MINNESOTA, SATURDAY EVENING. APRIL 24. 1946 FIVE CENTS PER COPY FOURTEEN PACES THE ALSOPS Outlook In Rome Brighter I1y Hlewai-t AUop Homo-Two hopeful furls are ap. purrtit In Ihh ancient i-lly, wtilct to breathe easily again nftcr the excitement of the Italian I'lnc lion. Kirnt. the defeat of the commu- nists ha.'i lint been aeeompanled by any mrenKllit'iiliiK <'f ttio Italian iirii-fu.vt.its. nmirury. Ill" (treat nmjin'lty nf Hie iimi-eommu- Hint vole went tn llin purlieu of thr CJhrl.-il.taii Diiiiiodrittn nnd Iiulppi'mli'iil There urn nlso Indications Ihul groups of DIP formerly eiiiMiiuinlnt-eotilnilled sotlallHlN may now (leelai'n their In- dependence. Altogether, the stage In upt fur u healthy, demoonaio Italian revival. second, mid nlmn.tt more Impor- tunt, nr. Intoxication from success, in Htallri'N phrase, tins resulted from ttir victory over the commu- On (.ho contrary, the loaders of thn Kovpninu'iit have run-fully jiolpd Hint nn Impressive minority of thrlr people wan driven hy hard- ship mid despair to vole. I" effect, fur HIP PHI! of freedom In Italy. It. In fiKilUti to expect miracles. Hut diner, tic Onsporl and tile mini nround him frankly mltnll there. In Hllll ft big Job to be tlonr, one ctin HI least hope thry will tucklo tho job of winning over llm pro-commu- nist with nil tho resources ivl tholr disposal. I'KIUIAI'S TIIK ml8T reason for accepting thin analysis In Iho 'net thnt It hits bron put forward by no less iv man than Murlo ftcnlbu. Ita- ly's minister of tho Interior the short, bald, plump, oddly Irnpro.-istvt) man who IH probably thn most pow- rrful man In the government after Prpmlrr Ctiispurl hlm.tolf, A Kuropean minister of tho Interior dow not run thn national parks. Ho runs thn police. And ministers of the Interior throughout Ktiropo arc rnrely outstanding for tholr nodal vision or forward looking vlowa, As a pollen minister. Scclba l.i notably efficient without, It In rrally agreed. rolyliiK excessively on inn usual ntronic-arm methods. Tho most common parlor horr at the rnornpnt In Hitting ttio Influences that kppl down thp pro-communist vote: Ait.prlcan aid, thn church, Trieste, and so on, Thn most ox- perlnnred observers, however, placo Hrelba's rnmo at tho honrt of tholr The reason Is slmplp. Scolbn JIM kppt order. Thp mtithods o! his men have sometimes bopn a bit rough and ready, nut they have worked. Tho clrctlons took place In umlabln trantiulllltiy. Indoocl, tho Italians have been deciding the fu- ture of thplr country, and of world, almost In a mood of flosta. NO ONI1 I.I8TKNKI) seriously to thn VHKUH cntiiinuiilsL threats of tor- rur and rnUMImtlon, KVPII In thn tiuwt ferociously com- munist towns, aiill-ronimunliita dar- PC! to speak theli' mlmlii and cast thplr ballots. Without this, tho out- come would have bopn dlftorent. SurvrylriK thr however, ficelba Is fur from complacent, Jto not jubilantly hall thr election returns UH a drrlslvu and final de- tent for the communism, A month or six weeks aito, It spomcd curtain that rather more than two Italians In five, would vote for tho communist Jronl, which would huvo meant a communist Italy or chaos. Tho enor- mous pressures brouidu to boar In tlie last weeks of tho campaign changed tho minds of about ten pur rent of the electorate. Novertholos-t, the communist front won tho sup- port of one Italian In three. Tho plain fact Is that do.ipltn U.S. Insists on Berlin Corridor Limited UMT-Draft O. K.'d by Forrestal Blast, Fire Peril Western Refinery Kl Sftftundo, Cnllf. W The second explosion and fire in less Ihiin five months Imperiled Stand- everything, the and arc! Oil of California's giant El their have actually Increased their strength at the polls and In parliament by a few percentage A compromise plan writpptnK up a limited unl- vprsal military training program with a temporary draft hud IIin mippot'l ot Bocrolary of Defense Korrcstdl today, Ji'acod with mounting congres- sional opposition to a sepurato UMT program, Forrostul yesterday agiTod to aocopt tumporarlly a merger proposal atlvanord by iiti'itilKM-s of Hi" Ucnatn iti'inod wr- vlcrn committee. Tim (trlvti for abaiuloninont of the ftflpituvi." UMT plan broke out at yi'SU'i'divy's nlanud nu.ilon of tho So- ual.c Hpnalor Tiladwln and ollnn'ii askud: 1. That UMT l.nilnnnii lakon only for nix monlhs lnsl.Kiicl of this pro'posncl six months baslu Ing plus Hlx months Kimclivl ti'ulii- Inn with one of thu TOKiiliu1 Nurvlra'c. 2. That they be trained wllh other recruits, Including This, llicy said, would CA) avoltl scllliiK up separate camps and barracks co-'itlng extra millions and (B) clls- piintin with more than rct.oon oincers mul men who would bit nnudeil us liiHtructorn. ;i. That after nix monlhs tho UMT IriiliH'iHt li'i ullowrcl onlli.l In llm Niilloaiil Ciiwrd or soinu othur rescrvn unit. This would cn- uliln them to remain lit home or In whllii ucuniiliitliiK I ruining. 'Police Brutality' in K. C. Meat Strike to Be Probed Arabs Provoked Haifa Attack, British Say .Ti-rnsiilrm Sir Alan Gordon Cunningham, British high commis- sioner for Palestine, maintained to- day that Arabs provoked tho Jewish attack In Haifa. Cunningham cabled this state- ment to London, Washington and all Arab capitals lust night in reply to Arab assertions that tho British aldetl the In overrunning the great port city Wednesday and Thursday, Ho alno asked thnt U bo conveyoc! to Abdcl Rahman Av.- Pasha, Arab league secretary iconornl In Cairo. "Tho Jewish attack on Haifa was in direct consequence of continuous attacks by Arabs on Jews In Cunningham duclarocl. "Tho Arabs In Jlalfu wore- thus thomsolvos re- sponsible for tho outbreak despite our rnpontocl At sundown last night some 000 Hebrew worshipers throughout thn Holy Land gathered for tho traditional Soclur ceremony opening tho feast of tho Passover, which commemorates tho exodus from Egypt. Thousands of Arabs continued tholr self-imposed exodus from Haifa. Arab loutlurs agreed upon evacuation of tho port city Thurs- day rather than accept Hngtmnh mirrmiclnr terms. Sporadic firing still was heard In tho city as llrlttoh and Jewish iirmntl guards escorted Arab civilians to thn docks. Urlltith army reports mild Haifa generally quiet, how- over, Jnwlsh fighters Inshncl out today at the Arab village of JJalad Esh Sholkh in tholr drive to sclwj all approaches to conquered the village five Haifa. Thu battlo for miles southeast of Haifa on tho road to Naviarcth ragod most of tho night, At dawn tho Arabs asked Hafmmih, tho Jewish militia, for a truce, British army authorities said. points. The victory of Premier Al clde (Ic Oaiprrl's Christian Demo- crats was at tlie expenne of the olh- rr non-communist parlies, Thus the Italian election has plainly not been n elrclsivo vletory, It has been, rather, a Ntirecssful tinlilltiK action, The bar.lc question, us Hcrllm ami other who. members of tho govern- ment see It, Is whether tho new, more stable Italian Kovernmenl can nt lencth transform the holellnK ac- tion Into a real victory. Tho raw material of a real victory Is horo TIIK Scfll- bii estimates the hard core of com- munism In number of those who would obey a Kremlin or der to take up no more than RO.OOO men, Yet the pro-corn- inttnl.-it total vote, was more than 100 times llniilcally, communist position soft. thn Tho (treat bulk of ovmi In tho labor unions, aro undiscip- lined. The party Itself Is not closely runt a party section In t'.lrlly shifted to tie Oasperl Just bo- fore 'the voting. A breakaway of the Hnclallntn seems to be In the making, And tlin eomrmmliil labor ehloftaln lil Vlttorlo's recent switch on the Marshall plan has caused speculation Hint oven the comtiHiMiMt. leaders aro not reliable. M'uirow men, In this situation, Mcellja and: ntherc. like him ai'uue that Hie eomimmtst nti-eiiKlh can totally uiulei'inlncd hy (lelermliieil rnenniiren of nimlnl mul ecomimlo improvement land reform of tlm Kl'eat III mmtli Italy, for example, If these rneiiMirrs are taken, ami urn elfeu- live, the Western wnl'lcl may lust, tho tlcivlet world, with front, SoKitndo refinery today It was listed as oxtlnKUl.-thod flvo hours after a blast rocked much of tho harbor section at a, m. and sent a towering pillar of flames and IB miles iiuishroonilnK skyward, "It looked Ilko hc.II an air- line piissciwcr reported as his plane landed at Los AllROlcs municipal airport, two miles away. Aside from minor burns to flro- men, the company said there wore no casualties, An invostlKatlon to clotormlno tho cause was ordered. Lana to Marry Topping Monday Hollywood Thn way was cleared today for thn weddlnft movlc- laiul has boon predicting all year Actress Lanrv Turner and tlnplatc heir Henry J. (Dob) Topping, Jr. Tho ink was baroly dry on the divorce do a roe Ai'llmi Juclgo ob- laine.il from plun In IJrlclKo- port, when tho Turner-Top- p I n K imremony wns not for Mon- day heru. The nuptials will bo held In the homo of Wil- liam U. Wllkur- son, Hollywood trade paper pub- Turner lltilier who will double as best num. U will bo llm fourth innrrlaKc for lioth au-yeai'-oltl Lanii and Hob, M'l, The affair will have, more thim lust, n ttillell of what, Hollywocxl terms "class." Miss Turner has or- dered n trousseau, IncluclliiK worth of llnnct'lo. KUIH.IXN City, Kan, CIO claims of "police brutality" touched off an InvnsllKatlon ordered hy May- or Claris K. Tueker In Uio packing- house' slrlko hero tothiy. All but two of 11 persons sent, to hospitals when 70 pollen the cn- llro city force rouUicl pickets from the union hall near Cuclahy Packing Company plant had been released last night. The attack on striking members of tho United Packinghouse Work- ers ot America (CIO) turned tho meeting place Into a shambles and brought IJlltur denouncements from union officials. Ralph M. nuknr, district director of the union, said 100 persons wuro Injured less severely than those who entered hospitals, Bakor made the brutality charge In a statment issued nftcr tho Inci- Toilny Uie union was under a temporary restraining order against Illegal picketing. Tho district court order was Issued shortly after the vlolont battle at the union hull. Truce Commission Set Up by U.N. Tho United Nations security council establish- a lliree-country truce "noi Taft Opposes Lilienthal Renomination Election Winner Should Name, Hopeful Asserts Cleveland Harold E. Stiuiwn tllmiKrpci! today with hln Ohio primary rival. Senator Ilnlinrl A. Tafl, on ocmflrmlnit Uic ninv iippdlntincnt of Davlil LIMciiUml UN chairman of the Alnmln KnnrKy Clnvcluiiil Senal.01- Robert A. Tuft wux rcnomlnatlon of the U. S. Atomic Energy commis- sion today as he and Harold E. Stamen observed a "breather" In their healed Ohio primary ruco for tor Republican presidential dele- gates. Tafl, said last night on a radio program he would opponu nve-year Inrinn for Clialrman David Llllnn- Uiat and tho othiM- foui' mumbur.i of thu atomic commlmilon. Ho said ho fult Uio appointments should bo made by the preslUent elecled next November, his views were shared by many other congressmen, Taft predicted the Senate would not ap- prove President, Truman's appoint- ments. Taft was one of the lenders In thi! iiiKiuccessful "Kht against LllleiiUiiil'K appointment in 1IM1, SliiMiiun wiut .tlatucl lo lire one parting shot al a Cleveland City Club forum today before leaving l.ho ntato for this weekend. He will Hy to Chicago for iv mock conven- tion at Northwestern university. Stasscn, seeking 23 Of 53 Ohio delegates elected at the May 4 pri- mary, last night called for collec- tive action by the United States and other nations acting under the United Nations charter to stop communistic Infiltration and aggres- sion. OUier polltJcal developments: In Rhode Island, Republicans talked of adopting House Speaker Joseph W, Martin, Jr., of Massa- chusetts us a "favorite son." If party leaders decide to take that Rhode Island's eight dele- Car Hits Tree Near Dakota, 2 La Crosse Men Injured Tills Is Happens when a cur tangles with a (.roe. Ib-piiliHr.nn-IIrriilil pliotn Two Ln Crosse men were critically Injured Illln 1YI1UL livll ,t ...u.. at 11-45 p m. Friday when this machine, pictured above, smashed into n tree on highway 01 three- four Is of a mile north of Dakota. The light RCclim slrioswlpud eight hlRhway guard rails be ore it h t lrcu Both skies ot the windshield were broken out when the lore.: of the impact threw the pall Joi- wurd ngainst the glass. Pete Wolfe, .garage mechanic here, examines the wreckage._________________ Miners' Pension Control May Be Given to Lewis Washington Mine opera- tors talked todny of tossing the whole thorny problem of pensions for miners Into the Inp ot union Kates" wflTbcflixpcctcd to "veto for eadcr John L. Lewis. Martin on tho first ballot at thcj An industry spokesman said opcr- Philadelphia O.O.P. presidential Ltore arc considering a plan under nominating convention this sum- pay LcwJs. Aru be and Jews to olop fighting, Thn iinllon was Iho councils fourlh elTorl, In two months t-o bring peace lo the Holy Lund, Bomo dclp- Kiilcs doubled It would succeed In view of l.ho failure of pleas and orders to llm Arabs and .lows March B, April 1 and April 17. The United Status, Franco and Belgium weru mimed to the, com- mission In a resolution proposed by tho U, S. and adopted by the coun- cil Senators Tobcy CR.-N. Cha- vez M.) and Morse announced plans last night, for a "National Emergency conference" on Palestine and Iho Middle East In Washington May 7-10. Million Observe Roxas Cortege stricken Fili- pinos from all walks of llfo came to Manila today to pay tholr last re- spects to their Into president, Man- uel Roxus. At least of them waited along the lino of tho funeral cortege from the homo of Philippine presi- dents at Malucanan palace on the banks of tho Pu.slg river to the burial plot in tlio North cemetery, where the Philippines' first, presi- dent, Manuel Is burled, Tho Filipino constabulary was on l.ho alort. Secret police wore iicl.lvo. They arrested it brother and a brolhcr-ln-law of Luis Tame, out- lawed leader of tho Hiikbaluhups (armed Peasant parly Balloting for China's Vice-President Fails Nunklnir General Li Tsung-Jcn, reportedly opposed by Chiang Kal-shck. led the balloting for China's vice-president in the national assembly again todity but failed to get tho needed majority, LI, who claims strong support from China's liberals, polled votes on tho second ballot. Dr. Sun Fo, Incumbent vice-president who Is reputed lo bo backed by tho geiiorullsslmo, was second with 045. LI fell 300 voles short of the re- quired majority, Thus a third ballot will bo taken tomorrow. pcdally among younger Republi- cans, Idaho's convention voles arc cx- pcclud to go to President Truman. 5 Die, 10 Hurt In Iowa Twister Ionia, Iowa Five persons were dead and ten others injured In the wake of n tornado which roared through the heart this little northeast Iowa community yesterday. The firth victim, Simon Huffman, 03, died in a New Hampshire hor.- pltal of internal injuries suffered In Ihe storm which earlier took the lives of his wife and grandson. The twister, which flattened about one-fourth of Ionia, (300 popula- tion) caused damage estimated by Mayor C, Do Wild at between 000 and Two churches, a store and more than a half dozen homes were leveled by the tornudlc winds. From here the tornado leaped 20 inllos to Elma, then another 15 miles to Crcsco, destroying build- ings on several There were no reports of casualties. aso the money as it sees The aim would br (.0 remove all operator control over miners' pon- alons mul avoid disputes like one which caused the .six-week mine Hlrlke iiow ending. The present contract, due. to ox- plns June 30, has piled up a. pension fund from which a ten cone tonnage royally paid by the operators. 4 Towns Inundated In Red River Valley Hy Tlie Associated 1'rn.ss Governor Fred Aanclahl today declared formally that a stale of emergency exists In ihc flooded Red river valley. He asked the Federal Works agen- cy in Kansas City to invoke an act which Ihe agency to furnish equipment and material to make repairs. The Red river flood claimed Its third victim last night. Parts of least four towns were under water. Third drowning victim was Ed- ward J. Meaghcr, about 5C, of Bathgatc. He drowned when a homemade boat he had just bought sunk in about ten fccu of water near his farm home. Besides Bnl.hga.te. towns partly Bulletins flooded Include; Pcmblna, N. D., St, Vincent, Minn., and Emerson, Manl- I tobn Two La Crosse men were In- jured critically at p. m. Friday! when their car crashed Into a tree' on highway Gl tlu-ce-fourths ol a mile north of Dakota. Leonard Alfred Hnss, 38, 915 South 17th street, La Crosse, and Everett J. Weldllng, 31, 130'.4 North Seventh street La Crosse, wero tho victims, Bolh arc In serious condition at the Wlnonn Ocneral hospital. Weldllng, the driver, suffered head Injuries, possible internal injuries, and numerous deep cuts on the face, hands, and body. Ills left forefinger was split wide open. Hass sustained five broken ribs, possible internal injuries, contu- sions, liberations and abrasions. Weldllng was unconscious when brought lo the hospital by ambulance shortly after midnight, bul recovered semi-consciousness this morning. conditions both were des- cribed "fair" this morning by hos- pital attaches. Both men were thrown against the windshield of the car by the force of the impact. The glass on both .sldos was shnltBred. Thu two removed pus.ser.sby, who culled Sheriff George Port. Fort said that apparently Weld- ling was traveling at a high rate of speed when he lost control of the vehicle. The machine side- swiped eight road guard rails be- fore It slipped into a small dllch off the highway shoulder and crash- ed head-on Into a huge tree. The car was traveling towards Wlnona. It was practically demolished. An unidentified driver, traveling south, saw tho machine go off the road into the ditch. He sped into Dakota where he oblalned. help to remove the two men. Thief Gives Kansas Netsters 2nd Trimming Oklahoma City Kansas State college tennis players got trimmed twice in Oklahoma lust night. First the University of Oklahoma walloped them 6-1 at nearby Nor- lan. Then an Oklahoma City thief swiped their expense moncy here. RecTNot Telling All' in Reuther Case, Say Police Detroit Nclnon queiitloned since Thursday about the attempt to kill Walter P. Iteutlicr, was offered his freedom today. Detroit Police Inspector Joseph Krug said today he believed Nelson Davis, a self-styled commun- ist, "Isn't tolling all he knows" about the Walter Rcuthcr shooting. Davis, 52-year-old Negro, has denied a report that he knows who fired a shot ftun blast that seriously wounded the CIO United Auto Workers president Tuesday night. He was arrested Thursday after officers .snlcl they received the report from a mystery witness. No charge hns been placed against Davis, and Prosecutor James N. McNally has been ordered to give a "specific" reason why he should be detained longer at a hnbe-is corpus hearing today. Circuit Judge Arthur Webster re- fused yesterday to umnt the writ freeing Davis, whose attorney claim- ed he was "manifestly Boy, 10, Dog Save 5 Brothers From Fire AddLson, Mich. Ten-year- old Rodney Corbin and his pet dog teamed up early today to save his five younger brothers from their burning home at nearby Devil's lake Rodney put the other childcrn to bed about 8 p. m., after his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Corbin. left for Detroit to visit a sick relative. Shortly after nildniBht. the bark- ing of his doK awakened the older boy. Hu' smelled smoke and found the rear of tlie home ablaze. He awakened the other children and led them to safety. They were Doyle, 8, 5, James, 4, and Larry and Gary, two-year-old twins. San ,IONC, Costiv Illca Tlio victorious forces of Kcbr.l Jose Fljfiicrcs entered San Jose today nnd took over all military Imrruck.H and Instal- lations In tho capital. Athens Naval units form tho Gulf of Corinth have Joined in buttlo arninst 000 communist-led Kiierrlllivs west of Udorlkl, a. general staff oom- munliiwo said today. WiushlnKton An Agrl- oiilturc dopartmnnt grain re- port Indicated yesterday thin country's reserve of wlical nt thn end of this crop' year, June :IO, may bo double thnt of a year URO. Plane Sinks 2 Minutes After Atlantic Ditching, 5 Saved New Navy filers rescued from tho Icy waters of tho Allanllo liuit night afler Hioy weru forced to abandon thulr medium bomber arrived here l.oilu.v on the U. H. liner Washington, Thu plane, a. Iwiii-tinglned tuno, sank about two mlniilcn after thev ditched I'lie men npnnl nlxuiL l.hriin and it hall' licnirii In rubber llfo rafts about miles wnst of Nanluekot light house boforu thu rescued them. Except for being chilled from Im- mersion in tho water before they uliiiribui'iid on 1.0 lliu rn.fl.-i, tho mon mirrored no 111 effects. The son. wan culm iinrl iiftiir they had lushed the. two rafl.il tognlher thuy said they spent moiit of l.ho time "Joking" until rusciiicrn arrlvod. Tho me.n, biised al Uio Quon.'iet, 11. naval rtlr slatlnn, wore return- IIIK from a roiillno uavlgRllonitl to Dormuda when the pluno's failed. U 'S" I N E I N C E C E _ U.S. rou.l comment by armed Creek J.Urtw.y near a vllltEC 25 mile, north of Allies. Planes Will Use Link, Asserts Clay No Prospect for 'A Reasonable Solution' Seen Berlin General Lucius D. Clay said today the United Sutea is entitled to unrestricted of the ulr con'ldor llnklnK Berlin with tho wentcrn occupation zones, and Intends to stnnd on its rlRhtn. Btnlment by Uie American occupation commander eixme In Uw vfiiko or Buivslun IndlCAtlona of an intention to restrict air traffic or the wptilnm nllles, under propowd, new wKulnUoitt." rldor Is through Soviet-occupied tcr- rltoiy. Questioned about the proposed Russian restrictions, the American military governor told H. news con- rwcncc: "We will ftbldc by the rlpitrtltn (four-power) nirnlx which urt lip thn corrirtor and we will continue tlin use of the ulr Uio Htatement se- cond tlmn lor omphiiNls. Clny would not dlscutw what tho American reaction would be If K-slnnK attempted to Impose re- sti'Intlon.s. The American commander said the Russinnfi had not yet made for- mal proposals for Imposing air re- strictions, These have been officially recommended by the Soviet Mr commission and published widely In the German press In Berlin. Clny said nJso the Russians had made, no move to hold talks they had proposed for clarifying traffic restrictions which have halted allied rail, frclRht and passenger acr- vlcxi out of Berlin. Newsmen naked If he thought reasonable solution could be reached on this Issue. He replied: people can sit aeroM the table and develop a solution, but I can't sec much pros- pect on this." _ Five-Power Union Sets Accord Meet London Western five country alliance set up tho machinery today for weekly con- sultations and cooperation on their political, economic and military problems. Foreign Secretory Ernest Bevin welcomed the delegations Irom Bri- tain, France, Belgium, the Nether- lands and Luxembourg and wished them success In Uielr work. E Star Busmann. councillor the Netherlands embassy In Parts. was named nccretnry of the orjivn- Izallon, Oladwyn Jcbb, chief of tnn British delegation, will be chairman lor tho rlrst three months. Weather FEDERAL TORECASTS Wlnona and vicinity: Mostly cloudy tonight and Sunday fore- noon with local thundcrshowers. Clearing Sunday afternoon and be- coming cooler, Low tonight 56: high Sunday 74. Mostly cloudy tonight and Sunday with occasional rain northeast and thunderstorms south- east and extreme south portions. Cooler west portion. Mostly cloudy tonight and Sunday with occasional show- ers or thundcrshowcrs. Little change In temperature. _ LOCAL WEATHER Official observations for the hours ending at 12 m. today: Maximum. 77; minimum. 62; noon, 71; precipitation, .34 sun sets tonight at sun rises tomor- r0TEMrERATUK.ES ELSEWHERE Bemldjl 52 Chicago 83 Denver DCS Mollies Duluth Int. Falls Kansas C'ty Lou Angeles Miami Mpls.-St. Pau New Orleans New York Seattle Phoenix Washington Winnipeg 6 47 02 80 71 76 72 84 00 50 76 67 58 47 61 4l til 38 43 65 52 72 GO 69 45 45 48 47 ,69 .10 .24 .8? .15 J3 DAILV RIVER BULLETIN Flood Stage 24-hr. Today Change Rod Wing M S.2 -I Lake City H-l a Rends 12 7.4 Dam 4, T.W 7.9 -1 Dam 5, T.W 6.4 -1 Dam 5 A, T.W 7.6 Wlnoniv 13 8.2 J. Dam 6, Pool 8.0 Dam 6, T.W 7.S- -l Dakota. 8.4 J. Dam 7, Pool 9-3 -1 Dam 7, T.W 6.3 La. 12 8.4 J. Tributary Strcumn Chlppcwa at Holcombe 5.3 .1 Chlppewa at Durand. 35 4- .1 Zumbro at Thellnwn. 2.6 Buffalo above Alma 2.3 .1 Trcmpcalcau at Dodge 1.3 -f A Black at Neillsvllle... 3.7 Black at OalCHVlllo... 3.2 -f .1 La Grouse at W. Salrm 1.7 .1 Root at llniiHtnn 0.1 J lllVKlt rOIU'.CANT (From to Tho Mississippi in thin district will oontlnup railing but a !rw.rr rate- with average dully lallu of .1 of a foot at, most stations for cral days.   

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