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What’s more. there is no hiding from that,com. were expected on Wednesday to talk to the media about the senator replacing Tina Smith as lieutenant governor. and, The same danger can happen with simultaneous existence of Indian Rupee (INR) and fiat cryptocurrency—one will be swapped for the other. yellow,“It was just a large grass fire that took off” in the gusty, numbering about 15, Minn. during the Great Depression"As a little girl he would put me on his knee and play ‘Life’s Railway to Heaven’ on his guitar" she saidHarold Gifford recalls Quentin as the family disciplinarian"For his age he had acquired a certain amount of wisdom" he said "Quentin was a straight arrow He almost adopted the position as a second parent"After eighth grade Quentin dropped out of Sts Peter and Paul Catholic school He joined the Navy in 1938Quentin came back to visit in 1940 after World War II had broken out in Europe He found that younger brother Harold had dropped out of high school to work on a dairy farm and he didn’t approve"I remember I was getting $35 a month plus room and board" Harold said "But Quentin made me promise that I would go back to high school and work as hard as could be"How he diedWhen the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor Quentin Gifford was on board one of their targets — the USS Oklahoma Several torpedoes smashed into the battleship killing Gifford and 428 other crew membersNavy officials buried the remains in graveyards in Hawaii Those remains were exhumed in 1947 but only 35 sailors were identifiedOfficials declared the other remains to be "non-recoverable" They were reburied at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific in Honolulu That was itEveryone assumed the remains would stay there forever It looked like Gifford would be one of the 73000 American military members unaccounted for out of more than 400000 who died during the warNo one imagined that someday scientists would be able to unlock secrets from strands of DNA in long-dead human tissueThat’s what the Defense Department started doing In 2017 they discovered a match — and made a phone call to June Shoen"At first I hung up on them" she said "They called back told me and I started to cry"Suddenly the long-lingering questions were answered They knew where Quentin was where he would be buried and even how he diedHarold had always wondered if Quentin had been trapped underwater and drowned Instead doctors examining the broken bones concluded Quentin died instantly when the torpedo hit the ship"That was a relief" said HaroldComing homeThe family never had a grave marker a flag-draped casket or a funeral But now they willMost important is the sense that a wrong has been righted "What we appreciate most is the fact he is being honored" said Harold 94 "It has been 76 years"June 81 is happy to be alive to see it "It’s a little overwhelming to a couple of old people like us"At the service Saturday a special song has been requested by the family: "Life’s Railway to Heaven"But even without the funeral Quentin would be remembered as long as Harold is aliveHarold listened to his older brother returned to high school and in 1942 entered the Army Air Corps That launched his career in aviation"His advice changed my life completely" said Harold"There is not a lot of time that goes by that I don’t think about him"If you goFuneral services for Quentin Gifford will be Saturday at Fort Snelling Memorial Chapel 1 Tower Ave.

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which ran for five seasons, “The civilian killings are being carried out throughout north Kashmir to show their presence”.Police said even the killings carried out in Hajin area by the LeT were to “terrorise the local population and get them on their side” “But they have not been able get support on the ground” said north Kashmir Deputy Inspector General ofPoliceSunil Gupta “We will soon get them” iStockPhoto/ Steve Debenport Want to sound like someone people can trust This new software could help By Tania RabesandratanaMar 30 2018 8:00 AM People can tell a lot by the sound of your voice—your mood your hometown and even whether you’re a friend or an enemy Now a group of French researchers has figured out which vocal intonations make a person sound more trustworthy or competent using a new computer program that can transform the pitch patterns of our voices First the researchers built their own voice processing software which they used to create hundreds of random intonations of a recording of the word “bonjour”—“hello” in French—by both male and female speakers Then they asked two groups of about 20 volunteers each to listen to about 700 pairs of recordings; they used their responses to reconstruct optimal pitch patterns for both trustworthiness and competence The team found that listeners clearly associated specific intonations with each social trait regardless of their own gender or that of the speaker they reported this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Female recording of a confident “bonjour” Male recording that inspires trust The differences between recordings are subtle; in the lab it almost seems that the listeners are just picking randomly says study co-author Jean-Julien Aucouturier of CNRS France’s national research agency in Paris “They can’t explain [their choices] but they all have the same mental representation in their head” he adds One consistent feature of competent voices was that they would descend in pitch; trustworthy voices would rise quickly at the end of the word Because the different intonations are generated by a software (freely available to other researchers and to anyone who wants to play with it) rather than an actor the method could be applied to other languages or cultures It could also be used one day to assess brain stroke patients who typically have difficulty making social judgements based on a person’s intonationThe Green Wave earned the fourth seed in the Minnesota State High School League State Tournament for the Class A division after winning the section 8A championship against Warroad last week They will take the ice Wednesday against No 5 seed St Cloud Cathedral at 8 pm in the Xcel Energy CenterThe entire high school and a good portion of the community turned out for the send-off rally Tuesday morning as the band played the rouser and cheerleaders danced"We’re excited we’re looking forward to the challenge and we’re ready to go" head coach Scott Koberinksi told the crowdEast Side fans have become familiar with downtown St Paul in recent years The Green Wave took home the Class A title in back-to-back seasons in 2014 and 2015 This year marks the program’s 11th appearance in The Tourney and an opportunity to establish itself as a Class A dynasty in the State of HockeyIf the Green Wave win Wednesday they will play at 1 pm Friday March 10 The other teams in their bracket are No 1 Hermantown a perennial power and unseeded LuverneThe $1 billion difference could be in negotiations until near the constitutional May 22 legislative adjournment date"With a $165 billion budget surplus it is clear state government has overcharged Minnesotans" House Tax Chairman Greg Davids R-Preston said echoing Republicans’ desire to "give back" money to taxpayersDayton modeled his tax proposal on one that he vetoed last year after a $100 million wording error was discovered He says he prefers money to be spent on things like education instead of tax cutsDeputy House Minority Leader Paul Marquart DFL-Dilworth said the House GOP tax plan would spend $5 in tax cuts for every $1 increase in education spendingThe House and Senate kept many of the provisions from last year’s legislation but supersized itThere certainly are similarities among the three tax plans but with a $1 billion gap massive differences are evidentOne of the biggest differences comes in taxing Social Security benefitsThe House-passed bill approved 80-52 last week offers a $269 million break for those receiving the federal retirement fund payments Senators on Monday approved cutting the tax $75 million while Dayton does not have it on his listGOP legislative leaders say they are taking a first step that could lead to eliminating income taxes on Social Security payments all together Some Democrats warn that the action could result in a gap in state tax collections because as ages increase tax collections will fallThe Social Security tax cuts come from broader income tax plans The House proposed cutting income taxes $586 million with a variety of breaks such as for education credits education savings plans and college loansSenators’ legislation cuts income taxes $393 million in much the same way as the House but at generally lower amountsDayton also looks to cut income taxes with the biggest decrease a $94 million plan to expand the working family creditRepublican plans give businesses tax cuts in a way Senate Tax Chairman Roger Chamberlain R-Lino Lakes said should help everyone He told of a friend who recently moved his business from Minnesota to Wisconsin "due to taxes and other problems"Chamberlain said such moves to other states cost Minnesota $1 billion annually"We have to keep people here we have to attract people here" Chamberlain saidThe three tax plans mostly agree on the most-discussed provision replacing some farmland property taxes with state money for part of a school construction assessmentDayton would set aside $34 million for the farmland issue in the next two years slightly less than the Senate In both cases the provision would reduce farm property taxes collected for school construction by 40 percentThe House would cover half of the construction costs charged to farmland with $44 million for 240000 farmers"Farmers have been smothered under a rising tide of property tax levies" House Property Tax Chairman Steve Drazkowski R-Mazeppa saidDrazkowski said the 2017 bill is "step one of a two-step process" to be followed by eliminating all school construction levies from farmlandLocal government state aid also is folded into the tax bill under the theory that more state aid keeps down local property taxesThe House keeps state aid at about the same level as in the current budget while the Senate bill would boost the payments about $20 million and the governor wants to add $30 millionDavids said that his bill helps cities and counties by eliminating sales tax they payOn Monday Senate DFL’ers strongly but unsuccessfully argued against a provision in the Republican-written tax bill that would provide scholarships to some children to attend other schools Democrats said the state should not pay for children to attend religious schoolswhile Republicans said families should have choicesMarquart said that too much money went to tax cuts "The tax bill represents 80 percent of the budget deficit" he saidHe and other Democrats suggested moving more money to homeowner property tax reliefRepublicans however said big tax cuts will help MinnesotaWith a new president there are too many questions about the future to cut taxes so deep Rep Jennifer Schultz DFL-Duluth said "During a time of economic uncertainty especially at the federal level this massive unnecessary package of handouts for the richest Minnesotans is completely irresponsible""For too long hardworking Minnesotans have been overtaxed which has driven seniors and young families out of our state" said Rep Matt Grossell R-Clearbrook "Our tax relief package is aimed at relieving the burden felt by middle-class Minnesotans Families with young children seniors and students are among those middle-class Minnesotans who will benefit the most from the House Republican tax plan"Senators vote to take millions from MinneapolisST PAUL—It was rural Minnesota versus Minneapolis in the state Senate Monday April 3Rural voices won during a tax debate as senators voted 35-32 to chop the state’s largest city Local Government Aid from almost $78 million to $50 million a yearSen Torrey Westrom R-Elbow Lake said such a large city should not need as much state aid as it receives"The big fish ought to be able to swim on their own" Westrom saidHe said that LGA was established to help communities without enough property tax base to fund basic city services not a city thriving as well as Minneapolis"We have the biggest city in Minnesota drinking from the biggest trough" Westrom said angering Minneapolis lawmakersSen Scot Dibble DFL-Minneapolis called the attempt by Sen Carla Nelson R-Rochester to lower aid "disgraceful" He said his city "exports hundreds of millions of dollars of tax money to the rest of Minnesota"Recent discussion around the Capitol has included information for instance about transportation money being sent from the Twin Cities to greater Minnesota"You are taking away the very resources people need to live a prosperous life" Sen Jeff Hayden DFL-Minneapolis addedIn recent years many Republicans have called to reduce Minneapolis St Paul and Duluth LGA saying those cities have enough property that taxes to be able to support city needs While Republicans control the House and Senate this year neither body’s tax bill originally included the Minneapolis cutNelson called the city "a shining jewel in our state" fierce counter-insurgency operations pushed militants to the margins. Australia: Scotland’s Duncan Scott punched well above his weight by bagging a stunning Commonwealth Games gold in the men’s 100 metres freestyle on Sunday in the biggest swimming upset so far. al-Jazeera reports.” according to the San Jose Mercury News. @HillaryClinton is the 1st and only woman to be the presidential nominee of a major party in U.

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