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   Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1948, Winona, Minnesota                              4 TBX WCTOKA AUGUST 1H8 Winona Reserves Pass Inspection For Higher Grade The second Army Reserve com pany in Winona to be recommended for a higher classification got Its approval at an inspection at the Reserve armory Monday Making the inspection of Com pany S37th Infantry Major Minne representing the Minnesota state senior instructor at the Or ganized Reserve Late in June Company Ks sister passed its first Raising the classification would permit the companies to Increase its number of drills and qualify for additional training Captain Allan commands Company Other men and officers from Winona unless otherwise First Lieutenant Roy tltica First Lieutenant Gregory Spring Grove First Lieu tenant Robert Polacek First Lieutenant John Van Winkle First Lieutenant William White Technical Sergeant Trueman Wabasha Technical Ser geant Francis Wabasba Technical Sergeant William Wabasba Staff Sergeant John Wabasha Tech nician Third Grade Gerald Cos Sergeant Phillip Wa basha Sergeant Robert Carroll Wabasha Sergeant Jack Lake Technician Fourth Grade Richard Courtier Technician Fourth Grade Clarence Loslnsld Tech nician Fourth Grade Edward Wabasha Corporal Rich ard Eyota Corporal Henry Red Wing Cor poral August Kelper Techni cian Fitth Grade Robert Braatz Technician Fifth Grade Richard Calhoun Technician Fifth Grade George and Private First Class Pershing Evening at Features Songs Embracesble You and Walt Till the Sun Nellie will be sung by Gordon MacRae and Evelyn Itll Knight on their musical evening at flOlISin Dill Town Meeting To Debate home spot during Wednesday broadcast of the Texaco Star Thea The Should Congress In the solo Gordon entertain with Steppin Out the Im Iwith My A Tree in Rambling Rose and In the Mood for Evelyn takes over the staging spotlight with her renditions of Swing Sweet Chariot and Cuanta e Repeal of Tax On Oleo Urged Washington P Senate ap proval of a Housepassed bill re pealing federal taxes on oleomar garine was urged yesterday by Rep resentative Mitchell I hope before the Congress goes home that it gives the consumers at win be the topic under dis cussion on the broadcast of Ameri cas Town Meeting to be heard to night at oclock over KWNO and Speaking in the affirmative will be Langdon former chairman of the New York city housing au thority and wartime regional direc Western San Franda and executive secretary of the California State Federation of Talcing the negative point of view will be Milton president of the National Association of Home and Hal manag ing director of the Pacific Coast Building Officials conference and president of the Colling Publishing Louis noted radio When you read you dont have to drop everything Just drop s At the Hotel Sherman in Chicago they have recently neld be Cfein Machine It was a sort of museum of science and industry with It was a Joint operation built by Americas leading scientists and su pervised by a man from Fort Among the inge ious devices ex bited were soup vendor that gives you a cup of hot soup for a And with it a wonderful labor Vandal Who Marred Parked Car Sought Mike 1014 West King Monday evening reported to police that an unidentified vandal had scratched the finish of his 1948 automobile while It was parked In front of McVeys Ice Cream 451 Huff Kowalczyk stated that he and a friend had left the car for about 16 j Company K Men Stood Inspection Monday night for upgrading to a class B Left to right are Technician Fourth Grade Clarence Technician Fifth Grade George Serwa and Technician Fifth Grade Robert an members of Company K of the 337th Infantry regiment Major and Captain Cecil Army Reserve unit instructor RepublicanHerald photo Weatherman Lends a Hand j these unAmerican and silly j as guest antimargarine he in a Mitchell noted that the House passed the bill 260 to 106 and that the Senate finance committee una nimously recommended He there is no question on Senate ap proval if it is brought to a Removal of the present federal taxes of onefourth cent a pound uncolored margarine and of ten cents a pound on the yellow color Centennial Old Settlers Picnic Attracts Many to Perrot Park ed variety eventually will result In lower prices for margarine all over the Mitchell Two Senators To Be Heard On KWNO Show Senators Allen Joseph Slender and Harry prominent in their respec tive will be called as expert witnesses on the ABC public interest Comic Costello Hauled to Jail Things become a little loose and not so fancy free when Lou lo becomes involved with police man and later with a judge on Wednesday broadcast of the Ab bott and Costello show over KWNO and KWNOFM at 8 to get out of the wrangle with the po but when he is haul ed Into court over a matter pertain ing to an orange the diminu tive comic falls heir to a 30year course on the proverbial rode Teachers Institute Set for Trempealeau days of teachers institute will again in Trempealetu county this according to Miss DorrU device that county All saving aevice neji at White automaticauyjnal August 30 and September At 80111 I the second meeting the Trempealeau but how strong your back what kind of Indian wrestler you and how strong s handshake youve They were going to have it figure out your income tax but Joel Kup perman refused to gst Another outstanding device was the coinoperated This Is the only machine that lets you put the touch on And they had a nickel Jukebox that plays twominute records to stead of the three minute Of its embar assing to the manufacturers every time a crooner comes out and Mitchellsaid it also would be Glve Me Mve advantageous to j heard over KWNO and KWNOFM t He said that dairy farmers get p Winona Dam Lockage better price for milk than they do court contlnues its for butter and that the money coninearlng on the lssue o Democratic sumers could save by buying marjversus Republican domestic plat Special The weatherman is So far pealeau county state Centennial arogram is he is Four events in the Trempealeau county program have been present ed and not one of them has been marred by rain or unpleasant So the Old Settlers picnic Sun day at historic Perrot park was a success in a big Representa tion from the county as a whole was not as widespread as hoped minutes In front of bllt attending from the ary at about Monday andinortn and east went away happy as noticed the scratches when they Police who Checked the car found marks along the front and on the right side of the car and that appeared to have been made by a sharp They are searching for the STARTS TONIGHT Color Cartoon Nmjhty But Paoemikar Try Me Shawi CONING FMDATI Cooper In MEN O TEXAS well as the thousands more who gathered to do honor to the pio prlsed the local executive commit a great Donald superintend as the Trement of cooperated in a grand Everything was ready program and uniformed men from the State Con servation department directed traffic and policed the At 2 Frank Smiths Gales ville City band opened the program and the audience rose and sang America to band The George pastor of the Trempealeau Federated and Centervllle Methodist congrega gave the James former chair man of the county board of super No Dun Moments Everything moved as planned there were no dull Fam ily groups opened lunch baskets at many tables and gazed on famed Trempealeau mountain rising from the Some took the path to the Others met old friends and William 78 years a res iident of the community and the son I of pioneer settlers of 97 years was the Mayor Guy Lea Trempealeau Paul chairman of the town of Trempea and Albert governor of the state of com visors and Centennial member of executive the county welcomed the Bert county Centennial told the purpose of the picnic and why this park has been selected for the fourth Centennial number In the the first white man to tread the crest of Bradys bluff to enjoy the soil of what Is now Trempea They were little boys at the i more Charles father of the pro1 published the Trempealeau County one of the pioneer newspapers of the Ted 4Eer and Future Farmer of a lad from just over the line in Jackson contributed a short oration on agri present and Pierce Honored The highlight of the day was the ceremony in honor of retired Trempealeau physi garine would permit them to buy form The housing policy as Sunday Sixteen small craft upstream 16 Polar Ice Blocks Navy Supply Ships Point Alaska Ani i i wm eightship Navy convoys race to communications commit S stated In the respective planks will be the issue to be tried during the halfhour John Harlan former spe cial prosecutor of Kings New and associate trial coun jsel for the United States at the Nuremberg and James Law rence former chairman of small craft Monday Gordon Greene and 70 Four small craft upstream seven small craft Today Baton and six Four small craft upstream one was blocked at least tempo by the Arctic ice cian to whom the people of western The Navys oil exploration bases Wisconsin are largely indebted for the state track of 938 acres purchased by John Wi nona and presented to the state of Wisconsin some years Tennessee Valley again serve as opposing lawyers on the the third in a 16week series on ABCs radio court IF YOU A HINT faooas food expert bu u euful every Moodcjr through MAGAZINE OF THE All present original boox decorating fiihioo oewt tod exciting gifts to the KWNO 1230 On Your Dial KWNOFM American Broadcasting Company Guilford speaking for superintendent of and native on the upper to examine major political party rim of Alaska are dependent on the David member of the tons of cargo carried by the The narrow Arctic sea channel was sealed by north winds yes terday less than two weeks after the latest breakup since The ice public law and government depart ment at Columbia is trial Senator former speaker of the Louisiana house of repre was elected to the United state paid tribute to i stalled the flotilla at Point a states Senate in 1936 and reelected Donald custodian days voyage to the of the exhibited four signs The eight including on platform each reading attack transports are iin In he was Demo five cratic national committeeman from Pierce There will be a place along the leau county landed nearly 300 years years before Judge thoroughfare of the parkway founder of the by order of the State Con serration has been It was in the Trempealeau area designated in honor of NOW SHOWING THROUGH THURSDAY al Wallis f SCOTT HOOIAK WEST END THEATBK OOHTOETABLT COOL Vto Tu that the first permanent settlement was made and at in later many of the pioneers who developed the Interior of the landed from Professor Charles Leith of the University of who was born in Trempealeau more than 70 years ago and whose youth was spent in that was introduced by William Music furnished by the Galesvllle city band interspersed the The ceremony closed with the au dience singing Auld Lang Syne and the benediction by the John Murphy of Bartholo mews The 80th Trempealeau county to be held the first week in will wind up the county Centennial Services Thursday for Buffalo City Veteran of Pacific Buffalo Reburial services for Harry Smith of Buffalo who was killed Funeral of Ralph Bntzmnw Funeral and reburial services for Technical Sergeant Ralph son of Benedict 815 West Howard will be at 8 Thursday at the Thomas the to action to the South Pacific E Jenntag5 Friends be held 3 Thursday at the call at fbg Burke funeral home Obituary manned by Navy They carry vehicles and other equipment vital to continua tion of the Navys hunt for oil at the top of the Whether the Navy cargo fleet will be able to reach its destination here appears to depend on the The load of supplies is officers in charge to be While serving as mayor of Ta Senator Cain volun teered for the Army fa 1942 and saw combat service in Sicily and Promoted to col onel on the Ardennes he received the Bronze Star with Legion of Merit and Croix said Guerre with Upon his two discharge from the Cain fin onehalf times as large as was putjished his term as mayor of ashore at Utah beach in the firstjand in 1946 was elected to the week of the Normandy I TONIGHT Pins Latest Matinee Night Buffalo City Public Post 58 of the American Le gion will participate fa the reburial Cotter rosary In Brief At 623 Huff Is convalescing at the Wi nona General hospital from an ap pendectomy performed New new address of Private Gllmer son of and George Winona route is Platoon First Re1 ducted at 2 today at the emit Marine Corps ReBreltiow funeral The Wednesday and The Christian Brothers of High school will lead the at 4 Wednesday at the fu neral home and Father Jennings will lead the rosary at 8 The Student brothers of Marys col lege will sing the requiem The American Legion post will have charge of military Burial will be in Marys Funeral of Martin Funeral services for Ella Minnesota were con ENDS TONITE Veronica Lake Joan Caolfield in THE SAINTED SISTEKS Shows Starts J Tomorrow MUM VI men in high Sierras ROBERT MARGUERITE YOUNG CHAPMAN t W1LLARD PARKER AKIN TAMIROFF Plus Late News Color Cartoon Mnrical Prices for thiz Attraction Sight Children 12c crult San Breaks suffered a fractured left arm when he slipped while climbing trees near his home at 1005 West Mark street Monday the son of and Myles was taken to the Winona General hospital for treat ment at yesterday and returned to home this 563 West Fourth who was in volved in an accident at Kellogg was arrested on charges of careless not drunken driv ing as previously The Re which obtained this information from Winona regrets tills Gets Second J 812 West Mark re ceived his second diploma from the Progressive School of New Sl who had previously com pleted the schools portrait photog raphy diploma from the commercial photography who began his studies fa the Progressive School of Photography in is the son of Si Arthur Minnesota of Pallbearers were Vemon Harry Albert Vol Adolf William Reps and Maurice Burial was In the Minnesota City ceme Commitment of Goldie Goodman Memorial and commitment serv ices for Goldie Seat will be at 2 Wed nesday at the FawcettHUIyer fu neral The Truman Potter will Burial will be fa Woodlawn evidently a result of spontaneous was put out before ser ious damage to the barn was in BreakIB Prowlers who had broken Into the poultry and egg storage plant of the Goodrich Cor poration at Second and Franklin streets were frightened avray when one of the companys drivers ap proached the plant at about 10 Monday night Police were called to the plant and discovered a window nad been opened to permit entrance to the building and a partlyfilled bag of eggs evidently left by the fleeing FJre The Winona fire department was called to the Ed tfueller Wilson nx Monday to extinguish smouldering hay in a The Wedding Dance BemHBTnttns PRAIRIE MOON PAVILION 5 Mmde by KLEM KLEIN and ut s good fun But it can be especially when the recipient of a nottoogentle nndge in the 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