Winona Republican Herald, July 26, 1952

Winona Republican Herald

July 26, 1952

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Issue date: Saturday, July 26, 1952

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Previous edition: Friday, July 25, 1952

Next edition: Monday, July 28, 1952

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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1952, Winona, Minnesota Fair Tonight And Sunday Chiefs vs. Faribauft p.1 m. Sunday KWNO AM FM VOLUME 52, NO. 136 W1NONA, MfNNESOTA, SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 26, 1952 FOURTEEN PAGES Stevenson, Sparkman om inated A Smiling Democratic presidential nominee, Gov. Adlai Steven- son of Illinois, has an official delegate's badge pinned on his coat lapel by President Truman as they met outside the convention hall early this morning. Both then went into the hall and ad- dressed the delegates. (AP Wirephoto to The Republican-Herald) Truman, Stevenson Far Apart as Poles By RELMAN MORIN CHICAGO two men who stood on the platform early this morning could have come from different planets, they were so fl'Snt took an hour and 45 mul Truman Offers Whistle-Stop Drive for Party President Turns Over Democratic Flag to Stevenson By ERNEST 8. VACCARO CHICAGO Truman turned over the Democratic stand- ard to Adlai Stevenson today and ooked forward to the role of elder statesman. But the fire of the political war horse burned brightly as ever as he headed homeward into a hot Missouri party primary. In a sort of swan song to the Democratic party as its leader, he offered to whistle-stop the country for his successor. "We are going to win in 1952 the same way we won in he told a shouting, applauding party convention, "and I pledge you now that I am going to fake my coat off and do everything I can to help him win." It was after 4 a.m., when Tru- man got to bed in his suite on the fifth floor of the Blackstone Hotel. But he arranged to take off for Kansas City's Fairfax airpor shortly after 9 a.m. Th Farouk Abdicates As King of Egypt WASHINGTON 0) The State Department received word today that King Farouk of Egypt had been given an ultimatum by the military insurgents to abdicate at once and leave the country in six hours. The Egyptian state radio tonight in a broadcast said King Farouk bad abdicated and left the country, according to a report from Beirut, Lebanon, The king's abdication and de- parture had been requested by the new army commander in chief, ing Egypt in the royal yacht for .Europe. The broadcast said

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