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   Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1948, Winona, Minnesota                              Page THB WINONA AUGUST Wabasha County Fair 4H Entries Triple Year Ago Special FourH exhibits poured In from all comers of Wabasha county to make the 1948 Wabasha county fair Fri Saturday and Sunday the larg est In recent A total of 850 exhibits triple the number entered last filled all available teat space and then spread out Into the Herbert Wabasha coun ty agricultural said the fair a success In both exhibits and but he had not yet es timated the number of persons who attended the fair over the Lois was chos en Style Queen of the 1948 fair Saturday and will receive free trip to the state The health championship was won by Earl who also gets a free trip to the state AH exhibits were 4H with no adults Livestock Judge Victor Dodge Dodge county gave the grand championship In dairy cattle to Dallayce Plain view baby John Kellogg beef Donald Kellogg fat Louis Plalnvlew breeding Robert and fat Marvin Ja La Verne took three championships with thorough bred gilt swine and both fat class and breeding class In In the crops and garden Judged by state 4H club Herbert Krug was named cham pion In corn Gary Lake potatoes Donald Plaln garden Louise Kel girls home beau and Robert boye Food entrees were Judged by Aliss Mary Red Good hue county 4H club Cham pions were Anne food Rose elementary food prepara Genevleve advanced food preparation and Mar ilyn Lake bread Miss Jeanette Red Goodhue county home demonstra tion Judged as champions Lois Dallas home furnish and Betty Hoist home making Memo to the Editor Boston Symphony on Tuesday Night For a long time I have and 111 bet you have why first of two concerts fromj the doorwavs alone Third street are as popular as the Madison Berkshire Music Festival will Pick a time any from morning until the witching heard over KWNO which they tell me is and thenlook in any store building doorKWNOFM at way along both West and East Third and youll see people Serge Koussevitzky con sitting orlounging just as U they were on the boulevards of Now ducts the Boston Symphony orchesj dont think this is peculiar to any It It is strictly jtra in a ProkofieffSibeliusStrauss Kn asked Why We got this There aint any place forRavel middleaged men and men with low blood pressure to The broadcast will be part of the centurvoldl has hunters now me nunters now Cafe in Whitehall Changes Hands and Clarence Halverson have purchased Eirpos cafe from Ernest Purchase Included fixtures and stock the the building Give us a give us an give us any kind of civic special concert entitled Tangle building or even give us a place to live and we wont Just stand aroundwood on Parade in which the ac In Proceeding from this point we asked some of the tivities of the summer music teenage why they huddled along Third street on various cornersof which Koussevitzky is direc and we got again the same There aint any place for us to wttl be ProkofiefTsj Now boss to me these answers have a plaintive They are and the Wolf will open the Theybespeak a loyalty to the city and at the same time Wesley well denote unrest So what The the and the monthsknown Shakespearean will be to by and editorials appear about a swimming auditorium and i the narrator for the and what happens Nothing The results are exactly a rftnj Koussevitzky has also scheduled less zero It seems next to Impossible and utterly fantastic that oneSibelius1 Valse Triste from the group ofmen can crucify city in this Winona is one of thej suite Strauss familiar most beautiful cities in the United No one will argue that of Spring waltz and Bevels Any such a city attracts But you dont want attention at choreographic poem La Valse forj tracted to the Tact that the city is allowed to get along like a barefoot the broadcast I swimming In a Dog Patch motoring to another town for Ice letting young people stand In doorways for lack of a civic j You that isnt good So Ive got And doat think its Just last week one hunter was about to catch a fox when hisplane a glue factory and the a guy who will give me two big With your permission K I will take them down to the next council meeting and you know what I waiiuig will Thats Will Just give me the dogs lost the the use of planes has made quite a changes in thej Now instead of Tally Ho the i hunters JUst yell ofj theyve had to trade in their foxhoundsj for The way they hunt with planesj is to chase thej fox until theyre almost on top of him and tiien drop the dogs by One hunter had trouble iwith the One his Loretta Loses While Feting Anniversary Hollywood It was a swell eighth wedding anniver sary that Actress Loretta Young and Husband Tom Lewis cele hot it didnt have snch a happy When Loretta and a radio returned to their spacious Westwood home early they found that an agile bnrglar bad climbed up the entered a second story and stolen most of Miss Youngs furs and Miss Young set a tentative valne of on the gems and far The actress and her husband had been at a party at Pianist Artur Knbinsteins Three 86 Injured in Japanese Winditorm Tokyo Three persons were killed and 86 Kydo news agency in a brief freakish windstorm today at tween here and nearby There were no reports of allied The sudden burst of wind dis sipated within three WHATS Retiring Greek Chief on Way to Athens Gris retiring chief of the American aid mission to left fry plane for Germany today United route to NOTICE a ipMifti Miner to drilTtr ptpm U rabwrlb en la UM etty who may been utawd by regular car THM 8EBVICI MAINTAINED OCLOCK EACH Bob Hope iMan to Death Dont get the idea I am critical of our august I should 32yearhounds couldnt count to say It goes far beyond Old Wilmington man is accused of I I hear tiie Ioxes are usea deliberately driving his small truckto this new system of across a sidewalk early today andjTheyr8 putting in air raid crushing another man to death They sot their helmets ana against a building I whistles at a war surplus Police Chief James Riley said all this is really making the driver of the George1 the animals lives a lot more was charged with In I hear that after idering Clarence Unrow alsoa bad day with the one I of The police chiefitumed to another and Loss as Fire Sweeps Millville Farm i Its philosophy of food i science of mouth watering menu ind presented by one ol the most osophers in the culinary Betty who tlso rings in furious fashion sad gifts to die ladies on bcr oew variety CALL 3321 A i high corner of the barn where there gave this account of the this keeps Im volunteering for HTPW mprtatnrs1 was no electrical i The two men got into an argulzoo drw Lake nighttime fire that drew spectators from a 30mile radius Sunday ped swiftly through two large three smaller the run tender Both I can Imagine the pilot of dward Sexton farm nearj to the Sexton farm was the first the j Constellation coming in late for a whirh i miles south opportunity W its new Watts truck overlook Unrowsilanding and the control tower ask which is 15 miles Watfcs shouted to Unrow tojing kept you bad departjment at a drinldng club which wag credited with at each otner started n this craze Of hunting by plane A anything is likely to hap1 MAGAZINE OF THE AIR of aarm came the depart1 get out and settle the The Including the aDOut 10 after a passing Unrow stopped his car livestock and was noticing the flaming started for Watts andj land hell which to presi Monday through Friday DEAL KWNO 230 pre the department arrived thej TJnrows left leg was torn ofl bei from the bandj American Broadcasting Company Theni Music From OaiVs rT Be Broadcast only partly covered by nt hQme jxjnrow against the i KWNO and KWNOFM will Each of the twostory barns was verge of Realizing that One barn had about insurance on and the other had roof of one barn had collapsed and low the He died a short i stand of the New beginning1 the roof of the other was on thej time later in Delaware tonight at j 1 Now featured is the Henry Bur iton wen known in Winona land with vocals by Gene i The Monday through i Friday broadcasts will continue to Edward bring you music by all the namej 60 feet m the bams were beyond the tunn The loss Included 12 25 firemen braved the terrific heat to tons of four a hay1 pour water from the trucks a quantity of harnesses and miscellaneous equipment Blamed for the fire was spontan eous combustion In the since the fire apparently started on a gallon booster tank onto the ma chine com crib and chicken Paul i radio station founder and owner A concrete barn between the twocollapsed and died at his Mahtome bams remained bands that appear at the New During flight the intense Chinese Girls Clash Over Nude Bathers Bon Kong The modesty of young women in a nearby Chinese village was the cause of a bitter battle recently between villagers j AL and visiting nude in which seven were arrested and two hos The fight started over the lathers making their ablutions at a Molecules Still Keep Moving Below his His survivors include Esther a Morton Bentson of spot Where the villagers go for their New There probably supply of drinking This so is no such thing as absolute to studies o heat cccupled by the restaurant Is owned by who took over the cafe two years ago after returning from Army plans to take a rest Now Showing Through Wednesday to go there for water and appealed to the village elders for Swiss Curb Army Chief Bern Swiss Federal Council has set up new milijj tary regulations which will the authority of the commander in I i chief unaer conditions of armed The council declared that hereafter It should be clearly under stood that the council will decide j matters dealing with calling up lished today in the scientific journal In time of By Howard Blakeslee Associated Press Science Editor the as isi Almost all of Icelands square miles of surface is of volcanic vanishes The possibility of absolute death to exercise free choice has been a scientific concept ofjover personnel and j what must happen when all heat I This occurs at absolute BARN DANCE George Mathis 8 miles southwest of Winona on Gilmore Ridge 3 Music by THE SWISS BOYS A dramatic hourJong pro gram based on intensive research giving yon the facts about communism in our Yon cant afford to BILSS this interesting authoritative study of one of the worlds most controversial issues Tomorrow at 8 KWNO 1220 on Your Dial KWNOFM Megacycles AMERICAN BROADCASTING COMPANY CONE THE NEWS PROGRAM THAT MAKES NEWS HEADLINE EDITION famous people htard ancj on fchit vital program of current thin on MONDAY thru FRIDAY KWNO KWNOFM American Broadcasting Tillies Q scream You cant bcci Iha gals when they nil loose on Seoted fun clllnfun show thalt the week doy afternoon Tuning in it like being Ihere in it LOVE is sweeping ffo Plus latest News Matinee Night COMING THURSDAY TONIGHT Also Showing Tuesday Prices For This Attraction Matinee 40c Night THE COOLEST SPOT Df TOWN STARTS WEDNESDAY ARGUWTf YOUNGCHAPMAN which is 499 below zero Fahr enheit and 273 below At that point all motion was sup posed to cease As allj substances were chilled closer and closer to absolute even their i internal the movement of molecules to and fro and the move jment of atoms in the molecules be came slower and Helium studies recently made have upset this They indicate that even after all heat is gone at absolute zero there still will be some Although motion is not of itself motion is part of anything that IB The helium studies are described by Tfl7ln a physicist ofl the Massachusetts Institute ofi They were made at Yale in Moscow and in other Helium has been cooled to with jin four thousandths of one degree of absolute Nothing else has yet gone that Even at this in1 credible low temperature helium j doesnt j The helium molecules slow but not to indicate that theyi will stop j Scientists dont know for sure that the molecules wont I But after applying the mathematics of quantum which predict what to writes It turns out that molecular ac tivity 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Excavations in 1947 showed that iin the center of the village or set i tlement there must have been a I for charred grains still SUex arrows were also i hundreds of them having i their tips broken as if there had i been aa attack on the Under i the layer of ashes many valuable archeological objects have been such as polished stone rounded charred bone There are also showing Egyptian influence and The excavations are under the direction i of Eugenio Jalhay and Captain j Afonso do j Lamps Trap Fish I Moscow reports fishermen are using sub merged electric lights in catching The perfected by a Professor allows the Casl pian fishermen to lower a series ofi 800 to lamps into the sea which attracts whole schools oJ the i Once the sprat are near the lamps iiey are hauled quickly aboard neari by ships with One expedition caught more than poods in an evening by the electric lamp Kentucky recognizes more grounds for divorce tivm any other megacycles 215 P M JbW Bp IV MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY KWNO 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