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   Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1948, Winona, Minnesota                              THE WINONA JULY 1948 New Chemicals Brighten Hope for Polio Prevention St Cloud C j Funeral at Durand Succewor Named For Leo Black Pan Warren Ste heU ta 5t at Wilbur iof to succeed By Howard and a veteran of World War Anoeiattd Science Editor is president of the SL Cloud Chamj Black Is the former New York Twentytwober of Commerce and a graduate burga Sne was bom chemical and two the teachers conege town that protect mlmais in Black died July idegree against catching that causes The otheri sunivors are four Benjamin paralysis were described to the flrstjline of search was namelyjand Chicago Roch jlciernational Polio conference yes to inject into the body an acid and Iowa two j the polio bug likes to In and None is readyfor human But j that he will feed on thlsjnstead of j Erwin and one Hollywoods Firtt Producer at 84 HeQywfexl OoJooei William the first motion picture made la Hollywood and was author ot of Innovations which now are com monplaces of movie Among his discoveries in films were Tom Kathryn Williams used an4 Bill large numbers of land the success of some which prc I jtect 90 per cent of the rep eating the nerve This nerve Emma cell destruction causes the There are Bleter Oregon is known as the Valen resentsTheflrsTgood progress tothat both searches are State because it was admitted ward the prevention of whichThe Minnesota experiments all were to the miion on Valentines TRAVELING MAN This U the Japanese version of the traveling He tils cart alone Tokyo ddextreeU ahonUnc to call attention to hit display of varied Truman Dismisses Memo to the Editor Benny Meyers From Air Force Waahtaiton retired Bennett Air Porce major was dismissed Friday from the armed President Truman Issued the order under a section of the articles of war which penult the President U dismiss any officer who has been In prison or penitentiary confine ment for three months followln The exgeneral went tc In the District of four months ago He was convicted last March by A federal Jury of Inducing a forme business associate to lie under oath to a senate Subsequently he was sentenced to serve 20 months to five years in The former Army Air Force officer previously had been stripped of his retirement pay as a major general He also forfeited his decorations the distinguished service medal and the legion of The Army took this action after eeaate Investigators developed the story of his private wartime busi ness deals through which Meyers was getlng Meyers business while he was serving In the Army Air first were brought to light during a senate Inquiry Into air plane contracts held by Howard I1 Senate Investigators then con centrated on Meyers He was accused by the government of hav ing received fore from the Aviation Electric a plane parts Bleriot Lamarre was listed as president of the Later Lamarre said he was only a dum my president and It was brought out that Meyers controlled the Plainview Editor Named Director of District Group Robert editor and pub lisher of the Plainview was elected a director of the First Dis trict Editorial association at its annual meeting held at Owatonna attended by editors publishers as well as other newsi XRayS Given paper people from throughout the Geraldine sec Robert Wlnona attorney who looks so much like Tom Dewey when he takes off his glasses that people ask him for his has sneaked over a pretty cute one at It seems that the Church of the 275 Main decided that it needed to tidy up its edifice by washing stained So a window spray cleaner and brick spray washer was all In one And you there is something about spray cleaners and spray painters that astounds you with the cheerful purposefulness with which they go about their the happy little spray wall washer went to work and did a magni ficent job on the But strange as it a used car and em ployes private parting lot lies adjacent to the And so happy was the little spray cleaner and so forceful was the sprayer that borne a lovely southern the chemical spray floated In a backwash through the And what do you think The said chemical attached Itself to 20 or more cars that were parked of all the parking People dont park In parking lots any more because they have become so discouraged about the whole they Just leave the Jalopy at So as the story what do the unhappy motor ists find but that the happy little sprayer in happily spraying the church has inadvertently and for all purposes damaged the finish of their To everyones remorse and adding not a little to the fruits of the English the motorists found their cars pitted and scarred by the chemical and In a very disgraceful condition to say the Everybody was unhappy You know how the average motorist next to his wife and sometimes ahead of her is that little old clunk of mine Well they hollered to high heavens The poor church board was distressed This was awful The Insurance companies holding policies on the cars were They appealed to the surance company for the spray people denied Tyrrell went to La Crosse and He chewed his He talked about the wind which bore the He talked about the effect of a sprayi company becoming sued for being a public He put on quite a The spray company became they didnt like the Idea of east or north making them a public They agreed to repaint the cars and to reimburse those cars which did not need a complete refinlsh Everybody was happy be too earnest about your If the Wlnona attorneys have that much imagination I Ill ask their help regarding the Bernard who shakes mud overj womens dresses and I get the Basil president of the Ns Itional Foundation for Infantile Par said Is the goal of the March of The march will OCon nor predicted to the polio confer until we learn how to pre vent Infantfle The 22 immunizing chemicals were reported by Raymond of the University of he were discovered else where and some at These protective chemicals Include numerous one of the synthetic B carbolic acid and quinine One Is an acid from human In addition to all Bleter named 14 other chemicals which have some He said these many all pointing In the same brighten the hope that polio really can be The search was made along two main done on Speed Speed Speed SS Kilf 6Hour Service on Wet Wash 3J In by 11 out by 5 CashNCarry bundles 24hour service on pickup and Pickup and delivery sfSr twice a dav m ttl1 3 I drugs that will kill the the OIL MACHINELESS WAVE SHAMPOO AND FINGER WAVE 45c Student HARDING Approved School of Beauty Culture TWrd Above Fanny Fanner AIR CONDITIONED GIRLS ENROLL NOW Phone 3738 NU PAD by DUART Choice of Machine or Machineless Cold Wave Lvadi of cnrli individually Finger mud Hair 75c Appointment Necesiary Open Monday and Xhunday Ereainjv PARAMOUNT Beauty Salon 77Vt Third Above Fanny Farmer Reserve Officers Sought by Army The Army wants Reserve officers to go on active duty tame1 the Winona office of the Organized Reserve 51 West Third announced The office said that officers ac cepted will be ordered to active duty prior to July Quotas for July Include sec ond first lieuten 993 majors and 57 lieutenant Lieutenant colonels are only for the signal corps and the tank while the remaining rflcer Quotas are distributed over the combat chaplains chemical engineers fi adjutant generals depart medical ord quartermaster signal orps and tank retarytreasurer of the Austin Dally was elected president In Trempealeau Janet Trempealeau coun ty reports that persons Now Theres a Woody Woodpecker Coiffure Hollywood F Woody inspiration for the current song today in spired a new haircut for the The Woody Woodpecker oolf has just come off hair stylist Al Tates idea produc tion All yon boys have to do to sport one this summer Is to have your barber trim your hair so it brushes up from your Form a topknot like Tate says its as cool as a bntch or crew For the the Woody Cut involves the same ex cept that the topknot is formed of soft The hair must be bmshed smooth in If the topknot beeps slipping be Woodys hair does when he rattles his beak into a pine Hoooo Ho Knudtson Sends Out Reminder on Taxes Special Trempealeau County Treasurer Aug editor and publisher of thewere Xrayed by the state board of Waseca vicepresident andlhealths mobile unit in the county lust Knudteon reminds taxpayers Harold publisher of the during the last Reports of I that postponed 1947 taxes must be Xrays will be mailed inUd on or before July 31 if penalty Albert Mar Red Wing Republican was also named a direc Holdover directors are Howard business manager of the Rochester PostBulletin and publisher of The Wl nona Honorary Journalism degrees were conferred on Harry editor and publisher of the Austin Herald Gunnar Mlrme ots and his four journalistic HJahnar and Henrick and publisher of the Morris Miss Carol publisher of the PhotoNews at Owatonna and retiring association pre The meeting was held In Winona a year about a months paid is to be July 31 if penalty The state law The unit had schedules in the I providing that half the real estate i county from June 22 through July taxes might be postponed to July 31 j The number Xrayed at each without penalty if the first half wast center were 105 151 pajd m January is still in effect this 237 481 After July aU taxes still 382 648 will be penalized eighttenths 340 Pigeon 170 a cent per month from Januarv 459 148 Trempealeau vilji 1943 and j The unit was sponsored In eachj Among the new coming in center by a businessmens organlzaj portable models are electric washing tlon except at 20 Inches high and weigh the was the ing 28 Three Chinese Officers Executed for Smuggling Nanklnc Three Chinese army a general and two were executed today for smuggling along the south China coast while they were stationed in Their were given as Major General Peng dlvlslona chief of staff Colonel Wur Heh divisional chief and Colonel Huang ChihSheng director of divisional headquarters at 138 TUT tftemocn Sanaa 6 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