Compiled From Wire Service Dispatches With Analysis From Monitor Correspondents Around The World,
Edited By Laurent Belsie /
May 27, 1983
The flooded Pearl River held steady at 11.5 feet above flood stage in Jackson , Miss. Flood damage was estimated at $22.9 million - a figure Gov. William Winter was expected to use in asking President Reagan for a federal declaration of disaster.
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