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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1948, Winona, Minnesota AUGUST Mtt WINONA KKFCBLICANHERAID Outlook on Jobs Called Healthy In Winona Area The Dumber of employed persons In Winona has now reached gain of 408 since Every month since March has shown a progressive increase over the previous as reported by the Winona office of the Minnesota state And If employers made late Jn are the cur rent employment is higher than Their given to em ployment service In dlcate that employment now is about 100 over since the material for the report gathered several layoffs have including about 40 at the Labor Trends The employment services labor market trends report for July shows that only two of tec classi fications showed decreases In the number and those de creases were The net gain for the month was S3 employed representing per cent gain over when Letters to the Editor of general tatarot U txo temperate and not over 400 right fetter referred to can mm toe Ion to eliminate matter mmJUble tor No medleal or personal Ttmloa articles npporlfar candi date for ofllM aro The BrpnfclieuBerald not publish arlflnal Ttw writer najna and addren mart each article and If pob Meatlon of tho name fa not desired a rests upon the people of WTnonaJbeets and some sweet com has beenj It Is food for for I have a little sweet j Jack Route melons which may be flooded for me The Oarrf people are going to benefit from it A road is being built out to Prairie Island and who will benefit from It How many asked this bushel of green they voted for these jments I ask these questions because I jfcnow none would receive any morejrnav sound reasons than an should If any or our big soots In Nimitz Sees No War With Russ San Francisco Fleet Ad My garden was wrecked chester W Ntoltz hes day along with several to beUeve on the way to becoming strong believe ire can stay ou of warj Im not a but I dont until the United Nstons becins uvbelieve we are going to have war function as ii was intended to Hith the Soviet for all I be ST 8t on a feather in PubUcanHeraW hold of a long period of peace provided we keep militarily fettrn to pnbUe pabli ration of waiters name wilj Irat be wUl be tvnltr to decide whether he article pnbUihed over hlj slrnatnro Worried Mother To Tbs Editor I am boiling mad and the causebe Numerous are its possl or my anger Is the action taken j by the school board in discontinuing Its are not all the West End school bus service direct benefits as listed It Are our childrens lives not worth would also benefit the businesses of more than the space for an bv bringing people to town mechanics course Evidently affairs held it would io now our children must walk a step in the direction of curb First of all an auditorium gardeners wont have anything Clarence Olson give all of Winona a place in whichim xs As Lets hear from more gardeners He told a banquet meeting of 350 something of importance to them the size of golf i and see if we are getting a fair j Naval Reserve officers last night Iwould be held at some time itMy I deal from our I If we remain we are would be a place in which dances could be held and be It would be a place any club in the city could turn to when in need of a place in whic hto hold a con vention or It would be a place In which civic affairs could The College Board Nominates SEND YOUR WEE LASSES BACK TO THEIR CLASSES IN rom one to two miles along heavily traveled highways 14 and 1 where there are no j Or we are given the choice of juvenile delinquency by giving young people of Winona a place and themselves Instead to wander the streets orj sending them on the city to liquor if they desire mr own which BO verags family is no small Wnere Wou2d suai a Z per cent gain over when We te and to sendioult to Winona I say if spacej the total number employed totaled on bus cost us 30jean be found for a swimming pool Stanley office man termed the employment out look pointing out that although the July increase was slight It portrays an upward trend which will continue for another two Supply Low Both the demand for workers and the supply are He said the demand was at a low level and de mand for agricultural workers has fallen As for the that amounted to 405 workers on July a drop of 28 per cent from In the total are 200 105 nonvet erans and 100 The record of employment in Wi nona since when the first authoritative survey was follows October November December January February March April May Jjine July cents a day or SS a can be found for an would it be fln if the children from SugarLoaf district have their transaaced In same way that the portion paid are we not entitled inland Swing Island road projects Will Winona ever have an old must walk along the The city can build boat harbors baseball bui when it comes to the protection of the lives of Its future it cant afford Who will back me up in this Lets hear from the rest of you A Worried Mother Paralyzed Vets Plead Guilty in Shooting half paralyzed men charged in connec tion with the shooting of a third paraplegic at Kennedy veterans hos pital here last month pleaded guilty In federal Both yesterday were placed oc probation for two years and imposi tion of sentence was Wallace of was accused of assault with malice aforethought and attempt murder Richard of Hicks was shot in the Dow of was charged with aiding and abetting For an Auditorium To the Editor While the memories of Steamboat Days are still vivid to the minds of all Winonans I would like to recall the dance and the place in which the dance for all of Winona and neighboring area was I am sure that we all recall the crowded conditions that prevailed and know that many remained away because they knew such would be the In short what is sorely needed in the city of Winona is an The dire need has been felt time and time again with each celebration and special event that has taken place in I know that many objections will be raised as to the possibilities of such ventures and many will say that we have already spent or ap iropriated enough money for city That is quite iut I wonder If we didnt go a little i over board and vote yes to many things which although Important to the welfare of the city are not as1 Important an A million dollar airport has Just about I reached completion and I wonder whether that is one of Wtnonas most drastic How many Cooking School Tomorrow at 2 Mildred Humphreys dem onstrates delicious money savingrecipes in oar Down stairs Appliance Its fun its free Bring your friends and come Choate ESTABLISHED 1861 FOR BIG AND LITTLE SISTERS away we go with ballerina skirts And fashionminded youngsters will also love the pushup sleeves and ruffled Gibson girl All stitched to with the famous Magic Touch in Scotch plaid gingham that washes like a Sizes 4 7 to Girls Floor CHOATE COMPANY ESTABLISHED 1861 Strong Enough to Stand On Goodlooking luffgajre than can txke plenty of rough handling b a mast for the girl whos going to our College TonU be needing a handsome cue for u well u for those trips Our Board Samsonlte terrific light In case you have to carry your own Somsonfto Vanity LadW Somionihi Samsonite Ladin XU prfcM MlfeliAf Luggage Second Floor CHOATE CO ESTABLISHED 1S61 J CHOATE COMPANY ESTABLISHED 1861 Meet Our College Board In the Clothes Bowl All Week Your winter coat is a stroke of genius a magnificently beautiful more more brilliantly defined than cloth coats have ever Master designers have cut them with dash and verve from the choicest wool fabrics fabrics such as you have not seen since before the Witness the highstyle collar that makes every turn of your head a regal gesturedefinitely good definitely good Witness the crisp lines of the incisive straight coat the tartly belted models the free swing of cunningly cut backs and the smooth cascade of fullness from miraculously intricate Witness the intense penetrating the fine meally the peppery never before has your winter coat been so handsomeand not in years have prices been so 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