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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1948, Winona, Minnesota 5A JU1T 1948 ia Drought Shatters Badger Hopes for Best Crop Year Hopes for of Wisconsins bwt crop years shattered when a drought hit northwactem counties ejtrly this the FederalState Report ing iudd lack of rain generally reduced with northern areas ex Called Back to Duty W B29 Snperforto at DavisMontnan field rolling back Into ac tive Put in plaitle eoeoonc for preaerration last the hfg bombers are now being stripped of protective coatings and readied for flight once TUe Air Force wont say jnst how many of the bj piano will be called from The juunbisr ptrt in ibe cocoons was never officially pected to only poor to Doubling of Badger Fire Marshals Urged crop of tame hay was estimated at a 22 per cent decline in a one year La So was elected presl scrlbed as 89 per cent Drain crops also will be smaller of Barley and spring wheat acreages es pecially In southern and eastern Prospecta for a good corn tUaUUftlUUU 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