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   Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1948, Winona, Minnesota                              WCTOrU AUGUST IMS the third I can hear long our minds are occupied with i I am sure all youngsters are weliat 10 or 11 A little hart a girl asking them to take after Im in bed at lour own out when work and some of that pep would her to some nice There are a they have molding formslcomes we feel its our privilege as They really have no place to be taken out of lot oT young men who have been piled the length of the api taxpayers and citizens of In the streets or the Lack of some Ij turned down and who almost corn purchaseipmsdmately six feet on be able to sleep in peace andneighbors back They dont is Partly to notlpletely gave up the idea of finding oil refineries by three Midboulevatd the sidewalk like the mayor and the mem realize the damage being done a girl when they are fine Wholesale Coops they have put up ten party sitting bers of the city Wholesale j was announced today by Peter Perj manager ol the Lewiston Coiporary op This organization one ofwhich one of the 450 purchasing coop00 the stret eratives which own and control the1 there is so much racket Midland Cooperative Wholesale of Sfep The clock is creeping past elevenE to them or else j Minneapolis and one totjiisturbing the stone ones If you left ones Try and correct one Something is Who because of the yells and screams rf ithe three wholesale cooperativesdont fcnow wiat j involved in the I We have four people In our block i Designed to take care of the lalone that are under a doctors care i petroleum needs of local memberiior nerves and nothing due to i associations such as the one at I the lack of proper I the purchase of the five We pay our which seem to wlilo TCJ at Couongo up everytlme we turn but Yes who Is to blame Surely j and Longrtew and Fortour tax money Isnt doing a thingthe parents or the Juvenile depart Are we mJnng too much them and see what they tell to blame Contact the juvenile authorities and they think you are a terrible nuisance The children Wants Glrta to jtear green apples off the the Editor In reference to Stews column on question of Bridegrooms which Reply to Ajax To the Editor I it would not OT lf I read a few days I would jlkejtunate Once you have given them I think that an organisation such as the Lonely Hearts Club for women might It might even cut down the percentage of divorces which is becoming a menacing fac tor to the nation as B I happen to be one of the less for it would be disposed to if or I picked jday would give up that oldfash to read and saw Ajaxsi Yet we taxpayers are not supiioned way of having the men do Who is to to scold or even report thethe asking and come i boys Yet we still have to pay am sure their question would have on property for nontaxpay its minors to Any mother who thinks and tells A Young RepublicanHerald photo Ont Their routes to Army stations after being sworn to at the and Air Force Examining station here Wednesday left to Privates Merle who enlisted lor two years In the Army unasslgned Donald Har two years In the Army unasslgned Harold three years In the Hth Airborne which is In the Pacinc and George three years In the corps of will add an estimatedfor Our property value has oh Dont even breathel Who is to blame Really I wish her daughter not to ask should be barrels of crude oil a day toclined due to the above out Its us hardworking I someone could solve this problem confined to the house where she lives combined output of the Illinois j wets so that today we cant find a taxpayers who are to blame for i We need young I was a Mdfor two months by order of the Farm Supply the buyer who would pay even half putting up with such and no one loves children j Most young men would sincerely ap Parmers Union Central what we did for our Or should we have a bale of cotj better than I But who can be Paul and the Midland organizaj We put up with dirtlton on hand to plug our ears soinice to youngsters who dont even tlon of which Lewlston Is a and none of which are very we can relax and rest after a hardhave respect for themselves or Midland also owns a refinery days work older person with a capacity of We dont want Donavans to it seems that a city the size oft By doing things they do barrels day and a 20 perjont of town or close All could work out the probnuisances somel6 aid cent interest In the National CooPask is that they discontinue all lem of our A large publoids could be out helptag with the erative Iteflnery Mcjnoisy outdde work from 10 playground properly helping heir parents which has a capacity to 6 or ll to 7 each church providing some enia bit instead of riding motorcycles That would give us our eight hours tertainment for our young Small Boat Harbor To Be Built at Alma smallboat harbor the city renew that will cost the fleral govern ment approximately has been approved for the city of it was learned today by Judge PatUson In a letter from Merlin ninth district Wisconsin rep Besides the to be spent by the federal the district engineer estimates the initial cost to local interests will be total outlay of for the entire har bor The federal work on the harbor cmlls Tor the removal of a rock clos ing dam to provide a 75footwlde entrance from the river Into a slough one mile south of the center of the A basin approximately 300 by 650 feet will be dredged In the slough area to a depth of five feet below elevation Earth Fill Dike As the adjacent ground Is eight to ten feet below maximum flood the federal plan Includes construc of barrels of crude per Flight A to Meet Tonight at Armory Flight A of the 243rd Composite squadron of the Air Reserve will meet at at the Organize Reserve 51V West Thin This was announced by Staff Ser geant Arthur whi urged members of the flight to at of restful sleep which every I remember the Cathl persons needs and is entitled iolic Recreation hall is the onlyA We can stand the daytime noised place for our youngsters to tlon of an earth fill dike along the upstream side of the Spoil Irom the dredging will be used by local Interests for a parking and access road which will ex tend some 700 feet from a state highway across a railroad track to the easterly end of the Besides the road and parking railroad drainage nonselfliquidatlng as telephone and power Are water supply and public landing are Included in the which It Is estimated local Interests will have to provide lor the ed Its plea for harbor claiming that such a harbor would serve as a storm refuge and source of supplies for both local and tran sient recreational The local officials further pointed out that the need for the harbor had been in creased by the construction of lock 4 and the increase in barge traf flc along the This statement and the estimates of the district engineer were pre sented to General chief of the The project was approved if the local interests a provide all lands and rightsof way necessary for construction andj maintenance not now owned by the TJnlted b construct andj maintain an adjacent parking area and access road and c provide nec essary mooring facilities and utili Including a public landing with suitable supply open to all on equal Local interests have Indicated The Public Pulse Fitlr dlicfltslon of of general Intereit Articles mast be temperate and not over 400 word the rlffht being reserved to con too or to eliminate matter unsuitable for No medical or personal contro versies or articles lupportlng candi dates for office are The KepobllcanHerald doea not publish ortrtnal The writers name suid address must mceomnanv each article and if UeaUoa of the not desired a pen name should Unsigned letters receive no Whrre fairness to the public publi cation of the writers name will be required but he will be given oppor tunity to decide whether he wishes the article pabUshed over his slrnatnre or The Foundry Problem Again To the Editor I am a neighbor of the Donovan I have been sitting here for half an hour trying to compare the racket outside with something youd but unless you have crouched In a foxhole with airplanes zooming overhead dropping their bombs or have heard a thousand roaring Army tanks on the or One of the largest delegations of 1 better a nest of machine guns Boy Scouts to attend the Boy spurting lead and you Scout Lake camp on Lake Pepln thishavent any Idea what we neigh Annual Cost The annual cost of these facilities that they will provide these facil Stanislaus Boy Scout Troop Sends 19 to Lake Camp summer was Troop sponsored by ths Stanislaus Troop 10 bors have to put up Ive crswled wearily out of bed at was the fourteenth troop to 1 and sometimes 2 oclock In the tend camp from the Sugar Loaf Attending were John Bobert LeHoy Cle maintenance by local In But the benefits of the im provements are estimated by the dis trict engineer to be The land at the harbor site Is owned by the TJnlted most of It under the control of the Depart ment of the Some of the was subsequently transferred to the Ksh and Wildlife service the but the service has In dicated that it has no objection to Using the land for a harbor I Alma has a population of about and Is the trading center for rich agricultural It Is served by railroad and two all weather state The cities of Eau Chlppewa Falls and with a combined population of about as well as smaller rural are within the tributary area of lor river Private Landings The only terminal facility for waterborne commodity commerce j at Alma Is a recently constructed dock for receipt of coal by barge at a privatelyowned steam power plant near the south limits of the A few scattered private land ings for sklfrs and rowboats are Other than some Jocal commerif clal fishing and the receipt of there Is no waterborne commodity commerce originating or terminating a large volume of barge commerce passes the city and this traffic endangers small boat activities along the waterfront Transient and local recreational craft operating on this section of the river range from rowboats to cabin A total of 791 936 small craft and fouri excursion and passenger boats pass ed through lock 4 in M ditlonal small boats operated the area without passage through the At a public hearing in local Interests advocated the provision of harbor facilities for barge traffic at and a smallboat they presented no esti mate of prospective commodity com and in a preliminary nation the district engineer concluded that the cost of a harbor for accommodation of waterborne freight would exceed the prospective j Local interests were ad vised of that and afforded an opportunity to present additional facts to the Board of Engineers for JUvers and No comsnuni cations were received by the Board of morning to call the police and see If something could be done so could have a little peace and The police Call the The mayor Call your alder Joseph Raymond Jack Jerry Leon William Theodore William Gerald William Edwin Joseph Raymond Wachowiak and Raymond The aldermen say theyVei 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