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Wave Death Toll Is 116; 56 Persons Still Missing


POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Apr 08, 2012

~~<p>Deaths resulting from the April 1 tidal wave increased to 116 today as 14 more bodies were identified on Hawaii and two more deaths were reported from Maui over the weekend. Fifty six persons still missing are believed to have perished.</p>
<p>Meanwhile reconstruction moves were given a shot in the arm Sunday by the arrival here of J. Harry Brown, Reconstruction Finance Corp. expert from San Francisco, and the one day visit to Hilo of Governor Stainback. Mr. Brown said that the RFC relief loans would supplement, not compete, with bank loans.</p>
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Deaths resulting from the April 1 tidal wave increased to 116 today as 14 more bodies were identified on Hawaii and two more deaths were reported from Maui over the weekend. Fifty six persons still missing are believed to have perished.

Meanwhile reconstruction moves were given a shot in the arm Sunday by the arrival here of J. Harry Brown, Reconstruction Finance Corp. expert from San Francisco, and the one day visit to Hilo of Governor Stainback. Mr. Brown said that the RFC relief loans would supplement, not compete, with bank loans. Login for more...



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