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   Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1948, Winona, Minnesota                              m WHIOltt JULY 1948 Communists Always in Minority By Marlow WMhtorton Henry Wal laces new Progressive party ham mers on this Idea That country and Russia can live at peace and work Merely saying so doesnt make it a since thats also the 1 OF MINNESOTA The Teen Set n jo jaqranu B jno jo raaiQOJd Marlow Ing communism survive and work In that one I While they they let their j Nazi growj strong enough eventually to attack Russia and almost destroy j until World War communism In practice was limited to It was not in any real conflict with this It Is Pushed and helped by the Russian communists have taken over all the countries of eastern I Europe except A4 PBMMO U TBWf WSHT WW W ON WN6 fttftCOO IN 600 twwrre o TO SUMO TW feextH MX nwfaaatt WITH 1UE IN B54 THE LAXE WWOCK SAVE WU IIKHHIHtS wtllurff Girls Dress Up for Chicago Shopping Trip By Betty Bete Scudda Scudda Hey Lets see what young appeared to be sleeping tablets were found in the I The couple was last seen about ig Sunday jChicagoans have to say I bumped into four pretties Irom Lake Forest 1 Couple Found Dead in Cause Unknown St Paul A man and woman were found dead in a tinyj furnished room at 195 East Seventh last Police said they believed the man to be Joseph about i n i and the woman to be his about j Sdence has discovered an Brouillard was reported to be new treatment for r in a Paul i Its gentle after they tailed to searchiThey had been dead several made and the bodies I police POISON IVY OAK or SUMAC Look Your Best And all of since all believe In the inevitable triumph ol com1 munlsm want to see the It couldnt survive against a com munized So what does this country rest ol Europe i knowing communists everywhere are Russia has a special Interest inworklng for world communism Does seeing that A Europe made1 slt idly lettlnB ltselr sur army would go back Inside wed withdraw our troops Irom Eur and Europe would be free to work out its own salvation But would that stop the spread of communism How could up Iriendiyruke mlndednationsirounded and so long as the localcommunists would save It Irom the danger ofjcrushed attack Irom a powerful enemy like The United States already 2 Ways Europe can be communtzed Ip two ways A war in which the Russian has taken a siand to prevent commu nism from spreading It Is doing It through the Marshall plan for helping western Europe get prosperous by giving aid to in each country were free to plan and plot and try to come to power red army overruns western Europe Greece and Turkey by holding fast and sets up communist Russia in Local communist organizations But does this western European country has to power any way they If all Europe goes Asia s sure to With that kind of strength behind Latin Amerj leas communist parties would try1 to take control I calls itself a democracy based on the majority will of the a right to block the spread of com munism in Europe If the majority of people there want It One Answer There Is one answer to that The communists have been in a And how could this country work who were hot footing it Irom DT John police crimj L train to the Chicago theater I said a post mortem would i o jto dig Peggy Lees personal appeari be held to determine cause of i All ol them wore J A bottle ol sleeping medicine was j J i and which practically i found In a dresser drawer and what shocked Im so used to the i summertime look among the deb I corraled them into the nearest isoda booth where they told me a about how kids operate in my i own home town of I asked about the hat and glove Nobody lives downtown in the loop of they j so when we kids come from the i South or West sides to take in a go window and perhaps visit the Art like to dress up a They also told me most of their chums prefer a simple tailored look to the fussy frilly ballerina Everyone lives somewhere near Lake Michigan so youll find that all kids learn to swim practically when they learn to walk and Chicago beaches are one way to beat the heat in the We have tons of beach and we have dances right on the said ambitious Pat who has helped organize a Teen Canteen in Lake Theres a lot of steady dating out but kids seem to go around in gangs and plan lots of parties the year In the winter theres skat teg and tobogganing parties and the lawn parties and hay rides are excuses for TT I T I I Y Shirts Shirts Shirts Laundered and finished by 13c la family 20c 10 less for with Russia in doing it helped Sometimes we get a big crowd make Russia stronger and thus en1 together and go to our amusement couraged communists everywhere called said Le Communlsts everywhere pin their nore Lambert who slyly added that own hopes on the success ol a powthe same group once took a moon erful j light Ruslsan with their Then this country would find iti minority in every country where alone In a sea of have taken Once in con they have suppressed any op which might overthrow The com Rheumatic Pain Tor delightfully comforting help for position That ma PIIM of Imunlsts there number about or Neurolgm try 000 out of a population of desire lor world communism and the safety of Russia against luture at couldnt be expected to wash their hands ol communist parties in the still imcommunized western European If they and the Communist parties outside Russia lost heart and Russia some day once more might find herself confronted with a powerful or series of on the continent of All those questions are involved to the problem of living peacefully light cruise on a huge excursion which was positively drea Most girls earn their own allowances and the majority of 000so group of Pam 70u communists run the other But couldnt this country work out deal with Russia whereby the red lUe md Uoep more Get dniggkt Satisfaction or buk them Ive met out here enjoy doing part of the housework because they plan marriage as a career and they figure its pretty good Thats neat is their current and when a girl gets stared at by some her flip quip might Take a junior itll last longer Theres done out here since WESTERN COAL FUEL OIL ICE GASOLINE COOL ybvre COOKwM the city is so spread and banged up hot rods are still the favorite The fellas wear straw hats for gags and actually paste real with Russia and working with ptaup pictoes alTover site The Philippines contain more than 7000 islands and only 466 oniy wo cover a nf sauwe mie square mile whlrh We love said my Lake orForest I might make that o or hundreds ol other klds Ive and deal myself too Even when you move away from that big windy city you cant help but feel proud of being from Chi its always a friendly place to go home to At least thats tht way I always find It GatJtcUic Mated lSiuibeam Bread HOLStJM SALAD DRESSING Smooth and Pint Creamy Jar CALIFORNIA SUXKIST ORANGES KID OWL CATSUP DENNISOITS SOAP POWDER Bottle 17 Fresh Fruits Vegetables SANTA CLARA PLUMS Sweet Eating 2Sc In Our Meat APRICOTS LUNCHEON MEAT SPICED BEEF STEW TENDER LEAN CUBES OF BEEF VEAL CUTLETS Cnt From Quality Veal RED OWL STORES Pool attendance included begin swimming classes for 60 Lew iston children who came by bus to take advantage of the chance to learn to The new schedule gives Lewlston the pool facilities each At 1 the Wi nona beginners take over and at 2 oclock life saving instruction Is Time changes were neces sitated in order to accommodate the influx of the Lewiston Preparations for the forthcoming dramatic Dirty Work at the has been intensi fied and all indications point to wards August 1 and 2 as days of This week the pro duction staff has been readying the stage with set designing and The response to the call for clothes of 1900 antiquity has been but if anyone else has located garments of this date or age they are asked to The summer program was co jordinated with the Steamboat Days and the boys and girls visited the afternoon vaudeville shows at the The fifth and sixth grade I boys journeyed to Merrick park on j their bicycles last Tuesday despite a temperature of The boys who made the trip were Joe Peter i Roger and Dale i Jerome John Wayne Keith Eogue and Charles This group was accompanied by Aussie Loeffler and while at the park swam and explored the The first through third grade group visited Central park i during the past week and held a tournament for gliders which was won by Bob Hazel and an O Grady contest which found John Cunningham emerging Handicraft occupied the activities of the youngest age group since these girls made doll cradles and added crepe paper for They also made paper de signed and made clothes for Following their creative works they entertained each other with a style This group took a trip to Central park for a session of story telling and a round of The fifth and sixth grade girls1 took bike hikes to the pavilion1 across the Another of outdoor activities took them to Bluff Side park where they play ed explored the caves and played The seventh and eighth grade class added volleyball to their recreative activities in ad dition to doing block printing and doing bandpainting on pillow The terpsichoreans will have to wait until August 6 to trip the light antastic and it is hoped that oa that date the dance with an orchesi tra may be I South America stretches about miles north and south and miles at its widest eastwest point I This is really a fishermans Now he says he knows a spot where yon can get a cold glass of WIHONA MILK VITAMIN D MILK yonll want to have Wlnona Milk Homogenized Vitamin D Milk Its a easytotake source of the wellknown Sunshine needed by every Infant and growing youngster to help build sound bones and good Cream in every homoffenizeil See that your family has plenty of Winona Milk iamin D Milk today and every VMtMAsrar NATIONAL rttssuki 12 J6qport riESTO COOKERS PKESSOKICOOKEKCANMEKS Cone Company Robb Store Here It THE Remarkable Reductions in Mens and Womens Shoes WOMENS DRESS AND CASUAL SHOES OF SUMMER FOOTWEAR 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