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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1948, Winona, Minnesota w EATHER Partly eloudj tonight SuniUjJ cooler tonight. Full Leased Wire Report of The Associated Press WJNONA, MINNESOTA SATURDAY EVENING. JUNE 5. 1948 Member of the Audit Bureau of SIXTEEN PAGES FIVE CENTS PER COPY W ilNWiNrAi ivin __________. i VOLUME 48. NO. 1 Fire in Duluth Loop T J A_Sfnw New Flood! In Columbia Worst Yet Water Expected to Reach Crest By Tuesday By William Fhipps Portland, Ore. The water- .isi'tiui-i j--------'-j ravaged. Pacific Northwest more Q0 TCI Aviv may at, Llttg, news today. Tlie new Co.umbia Jews Report Force Of Egyptians Cut Off, Yibna Taken By Max Boyd forces have recaptured Ylbna, peak of tue Egyptian thrust into Jewish territory, and have cut off a con- slclcrable" force of Egyptians who drove up the coast on the road to Tel Aviv, the Jewish high command reported today Israeli headquarters said yesterday's Egyptian naval sortls into THE ALSOPS DeweyS l-il n High Sunday 75. winds. Light variable LOCAL WEATHER Official observation for the 24 hours ending at 12 noon today: Maximum, 90; minimum 55; noon, standard. led Battery D of tlie night 129lh field artillery in tlie first world war in France. It was a double reunion m Omaha for the President, a family as well 64; precipitation, .97; sun sets to- sun rises tomorrow as as division affair. His sister, Miss Mary Jane Tru- man of Grandvlew, Mo., met him when his train pulled in from Chi- cago this morning. His brother, J. Vivian Truman, also of Grand- view, joined him at his hotel for breakfast. Today's parade was reminiscent cf that last year in Kansas City when the President left his cor to 213 UUU.UUU lWblVt-W. eludes for aid to Trieste WBlk with the other marchers I which had been requested in a scores of whom he called oillarate item. TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE Max. Mm. Pep. Bemidji 78 Chicago Denver Des Moines Duluth S4 65 Falls 70 Kansas City........ 93 Los Angeles........ 65 Miami MpJs. St. Paul 84 sc New Orleans....... 92 New York.......... to endure similar again this winter. local shortages We do not. and will not for the immediate future, have adequate supplies of gas in the consuming markets. Supplies of oil and gas are increasing, but so Is demand, and our known reserves fuels are limited." of both Three West High School students of Columbus, Ohio, en route to a breakfast party after their senior class prom, drowned when their car plunged into the Sclote river at Columbus at am. Friday. Two of the victims, right, Blllie Lombard, 17. and Gordon Walke- 17 struggle desperately to free themselves. However, they and sue Ann Elieman, 17, died. Three other youngsters escaped. (A.P. Wlreuhoto.) Coal is the only fuel available in almost limitless quantities, the secretary said. He added that coal is the "least desirable for some pur- poses and is inappropriate for oth- Krug stated that the "great long- term potentialities for fuel lie in the development of synthetic liquid fuels." Urges Synthetic Fuels The federal government's elec- trical power expansion program "is under constant attack in he declared. He cited as an example the House of Representative's rejection of TVA's request for to begin construction on a steam generating plant to supplement ex- isting hydro-electric plants. In a news Interview, Krug said full development of a program of making gasoline from coal would make America self-sustaining for more than a thousand years. Aid to Greece and instead of re- ouested for military assistance. Aid to China in- stead of asked. Government and relief in occu- pied instead of refugee orgarilza- as asked. International children's emergen- cy fund as asked. The House rejected several amendments which would have withheld money destined for Great Britain on grounds that the British were using American aid to help the Arabs fight the Jews. International The President walked fully a mi'.c to a reviewing stand from which he saw the remainder of the parade. He apparently was having the time Of his life with his old battery- mates. They included Father L. C. Tier- nan of Kansas City, Battery D's chaplain in France in the first world war; Ted Marks of Kansas City; Ed McKim, Omaha insurance man. and Fred Canfil, U. S. marshal at Kansas City. The President had another rela- tive on hand to greet him, retired Major General Ralph E. Truman of Kansas City, pnst president of the 35th division association. No More Short Pages The newsprint (paper) proWcm is still a difficult one for every surplus paper over its quota, In the form of short rolls, has been nrintinc a "short page" several times a week. Today and every Saturday henceforth until the short paftcs arc used up, The Republican-Herald is publishing a seven-column paper instead of the conventional eight-column size. It is believed that the seven-column size, although smaller man ordinary, would be more convenient for readers than the short paftcs. Thus a seven-column paper every Saturday will eliminate the neces- sity of using the short pages three and four days week. Hope you like it and will bear with us until the paper situation improves. Newsprint manufacturers as yet have given no indication this will be. Edmonton 77 Rogin.i The Pas Winnipeg 72 58 57 65 46 43 C9 55 74 55 64 60 53 GO 63 57 53 43 42 .H .05 .64 .02 .07 .02 DAILY RIVER BULLETIN Flood Stage 24-hr. Stage Today Change Red Wing Lake City Reads 12 2.6 G. 3.2 4.1 4.5 3 A 13 5.5 Dam 6, Pool...... 10.2 Dam 4, T.W. Dam 5, T.W. Dam 5A, T.W. 2 .2 H- .1 2 Dam 6, T.W....... 4.1 Dakota 7.5 Dam 7, Pool...... .1 Dam 7, T.W....... 1.7 La Crosse 12 4.7 H- .1 Tributary Streams Chippewa at Durand.. 2.3 Zumbro at Theilman... 2. .1 Buffalo above Almn. 1.4 Trempenleau at Dodge. .3 -1 Black at Ncillsyille.... 2.6 .1 Black at Galcsville ----2.4. La Crosse at W. Salcr.i l.G Root at Houston 5.8 RIVER FORECAST (From Hastings to Guttcnbcru) During the next 36 hours there will be slight rises at most tallwuler gauges. Lower pool elevations will change very little. Rainfall the past 24 hours will cause only minor rises in the small tributaries.
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