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   Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1948, Winona, Minnesota                              Humphrey Denies AntiBall Fund Hubert Humphrey of candidate for the Democratlc yarmerLabor nomination for last night denied a state ment that organized labor was rais ing a fund to defeat Sen ator Ban Humphrey discussed forecasts of large farm crops for 1948 and saldj guch large supplies would result In ruinous price declines were It not for the program of price supports adopted by administra tions of the last few Charter Night Set For Junior Optimists Plans are being made to hold a charter night for the Jun ior Optimist It was announc ed Monday noon at the weekly meeting of the senior club at Steak The charter night win held In about two weeks with a delegation of Paul Optimists as A pop com machine was purchas ed to be used at fairs and other festivals to obtain proceeds for the junior Members from both the seenlor and junior organlzaj tions will operate the The normal temperature of most birds la between and 108 House to Probe College Paper Says New New York Star said today that college teach ers and magazine staffs will come under scrutiny of the House com mittee on unAmerican The committee this fall and winter will embark upon two of its most formidable and challenging In the newspaper said In copyrighted story by Joseph Ku One wfll take the form of at tempting to determine just how much headway has been made on college campuses by commun the story Teachers win be summoned from most of the leading universities in the eastern The other will be a i fullcry probe into socalled left Iwing staffs of ExPanama Head To Quit Costa Rica Dont rub it Thats my advice I might add that at the moment I am being sued by the comer drug store and the doc tors In my neigh borhood because I am now au thority on poison Tokyo Four wounded today In They bate me because I speak from In right now Im typing with one hand so I can use the other to apply the con tents of bottle number 1 to McNeil Withdraws As Fourth Party Korean CIdSh j Presidential Figure 4 Hurt in Don Fourth party ATTGtTST over the regular Break fast club broadcast from KWNO and KWNOFM at to 9 The ordinarily quiet totro of New home of peo ple was bulging at the seaais with throng that poured into it dldate for the announclfrom all over nnd the wounaea today in t Japanese workmen at an earthquake ed last Friday at the rns it damage repair job in Kawata withdrawal from the Gumma the newspaper It seven Japanese were Distribution of extra rations the job because I am the only workers doing heavy labor led tocandidate who can boast of having the outbreak between 30 flye bours and an uneslimated number of The number ol feathers on bird vary according to the the and the age of the Bob Hope shoulder number My bathroom has so many bot tles it looks like Barkley JTo Be on Ladies Be Seated Show Candidates 6en ator Alben Barkley for the s oos e a Injcrats and Governor Earl Warren jhls I Just had the his and for the Republicans will bid for thei translated Into feminine vote on the Ladies Be San HIM on the towels I still dont know where I could have picked up this rustic I havent talked to Woody Herman On second I might have Seated show when it travels to and to the Illinois State Barkley will speak Wednesday and Warren The programs will be heard over KWNO and KWNOFM at week on the at the ideal time for a poll1 the early when no1 body can I McNeill also stated that Wash ington is and his alarm clock I is so hed never be able to pet He said too that as he has been emcee on Breakfast Club for 15 years and the Presidents term of office is only it would be too much of a And as a final reason for not moving Into he pointed out that fe reminded him that he paid for their house speech and the conven was heard by millions of party Color Little MSOUO SUrti TbnruUy ghlrUj Kmpn la THAT HAQEN OttL Maureen shown win be a feature attraction of the platform acts every afternoon and evening at the Winona County Fair here August In dividual In tumbling and the Maureens will per form group gymnastics and comedy president leave Costa Rica for Colombia to unless the Costan Rican gov ernment grants him another Costa Rica ordered him to quit there Costa Rica ordered mm ra the country but then gave that people have the wrong idea oKMit TVia him another 24 Oaks Magicion to Be Interviewed on KWNO An Interview with Val will be conducted over KWNO and KWNOFM Wednesday at 11 currently featured at the New has made appearances at Giros and the Florentine Gar dens in NOW SHOWING throufh THUBSDAY IT HAPPENED ON STH With Don Hsrdlni Moore Cartoon Super Lulu WEST END THEATBX OOSHOBTABLT COOL Final Showing Tonight William Powell In The Senator Was Indiscreet Prices For This Attraction Night Night Children 12o TONIGHT Abo Showhif Wednesday NIGHT Afraid to renal bet identity to the young MERLE ANDREWS OBERON ETHEL BARRYMORE A JOHN OtOMWELL PRGDUCTM JVlGHTSONCr HOACT CAWDCWAEL Pins Latest News Color Cartoon MAKE MINE FREEDOM Matinee Night Only another woman could understand her strange de ception Ethel Barrymore caat resist jwiflg hit COMING THURSDAY TNI IVH MADli NOWTO HSHOWN KM THE TOST T1MI AT TOT NCTBM Hi TOOK TWO TUB jo DUEL MIUKW PtOPlLl Pedestrian Wins Clash With a Motorbike pedestrian came ont on top here In a clash with a motor ArHe 38yearold used car buyer from picked himself up unhurt last night after being struck by the but Cyclist Qoln ton was hospitalized with lacerations and a possible Whitehall Boys Condition Serious After Accident was still In seri ous condition at the Community hospital here Tuesday it was something suspicious about that bouquet the studio sent Being an I want to say about poison The scratching In I want to offer one word of consolation to any other victims of the woodland scratch They say poison Ivy Is Static originating in the sun has a much shorter wavelength than those received on the ordinary radio tm anotner 24 H V The government said his actividoesnt bother you Its the itch ties could not be allowed In Costa tog Panamas government charg ed last week that defeated1 for reelection in the May was in Costa Rica organizing an armed Invasion of Javits to Replace McCarthy on KWNO Program Wednesday Representative Jacob Javits will replace Senator Jo seph McCarthy as witness for Attorney John Harlan when ABCs moot court On examines the Democratic versus the Republican Position on Price Control Wed nesday at over KWNO and Paul newly appointed presidential adviser on antiinfla tion legislation and former OPA will be witness for James Lawrence also permanent trial lawyer during the series Investigating special ABC major party former FCC chair now is a practicing Larry suffered a basal skull frac ture Friday In a fall from his bi cycle and had been unconscious uni Festival On til The son of and Jennings I Tpyirn Star Theater Christiansen of he was Jldi I visiting his and Sam on their farm be tween here and Blair when he was Hospital authorities said be was semiconscious today and had taken some Trempealeau Tuition Rule Voted The Trempealeau county school commit tee met at the courthouse in White hall Friday evening and voted to grant tuition in full to all high schools taking in pupils from this The county school ex plained Miss Dorris county has two powers as a result of the new school law pass ed by the Wisconsin legislature in One is to reorganize school the other to fix State law has previously fixed a ceiling tuition of per week per pupil in average daily minus state aids for this Tokyo Rose Faces Trial for Treason Songs of the heart and of the land are featured on the Texaco Star starring Gordon Mc and Evelyn Wednes day over KWNO and KWNO FM at 9 to With Victor Young and his or chestra and Jeff Alexanders McRae win offer Its a Most Un usual Hair of Its Magic and Out of Miss Knight will do Swing Sweet Chariot and Casey Gordon and Evelyn will Join forces on The Girl That I Marry and You Turned the Tables On Tokyo three years of suspense Iva Toguri DAqui no waited peacefully today for heri arrest as Tokyo Rose as a warj time traitor to the land of her The Justice department ordered her returned to San Fran cisco with 15 Japanese witnesses face a federal grand jury on the The decision ended a life of doubt for who had been Investigated after Letters to the Editor Fair dlsevsslon of matters of Interest Is Articles must temperate and not over 400 wnrds tie right being reserved to eeu any too Ions or to eliminate matter unsuitable for No medical or personal contro versies or supporting candi for office are KepnbllcanBerald doe not publish original Tbe name and address mast aceomnan eacb article and If pub lication of the name 1s not desired a pen name sbonld be Unsigned letters receive no Where fairness to tbe pnbttc publi cation of tbe writers name will required but he will be given oppor tunity to decide whether be wishes tbe article published over his signature or Ridicules Strike To the Editor Hurray for the housewives of Wi nona and the They are go Ing on a Today they have meat to buy if they care to pay for Just strike awhile and you will have money but no meat to in 32 years DAquino J was graduated from the University of California at Los Angeles in went to Japan to visit and there tliroxicii the She met and married Philip DAquino In Know Polio Parents Are Warned for packing stuck it out ring farm wages at tl Producer Barn Dance Norman Tentii Farm 2H miles west of Kellofg 18 Music by Svensy and Band of IF YOU can w A HINT famous womens food expert has etrful every Monday through fatty MAGAZINE OF THE AIR presents original borne decanting fashion sod exciting gifts to oSc KWNO 1230 On Your Dial KWNOFM Megacycles American Broadcasting Company HEAR DEMOCRACY AT WORK ON PROBLEMS THAT AFFECT YOU Tonight and Every Tuesday Night KWNO 1230 on your KWNOFM American Broadcasting Company TUESDAYS KWNO 1230 On Tour Dial KWNOFM Megacycles TOMORROW AFTERNOON Wants Bus Service To the Editor I Some ten years as a pro tection for the children going to Milwaukee The ninth local school from the outskirts of the death of the season bus service was brought a sharp warning from i jjow that traffic hazards have Max Fox for parents to be on amore than that service constant lookout for symptoms of i to be tbe most dangerous type of the disi Anyone who has occasion to pass j through Junction of 14 and 61 with medical director of South traffic from four ways knows that View hospital where polio victims jit is confusing to even an are warned of these three i Lets not be so tight fisted and bulbar symptoms Difficulty in lets continue the total or partial inability to There are less essentials on which swallow and Inability to money can be He cited the case of the latest sHolland a child who had gone un treated since Saturday because her parents were not familiar with the symptoms of bulbar Fox said the number of bulbar eTerT vumom except Bandar cases at the hospital are greater DT The wicona than ever and that the west Seccnd centage of deaths is j SUBSCRIPTION iDeJtvertd br carrier Per week 35 36 veefcs 53 week By maii strieUy In stopped on expirattoa Oteutei Pejjln aai A btg fun iKow with prizes and surprises for the AUGUST VOLUME s Cxechs Like Fflm CzechoslovaJnan ciiticis had nothing but praise for Jin the American movie Best Years of Our Academy Award j j winner in The movie 3 shown during the International Film i ill oaier m Festival at Mnnarrefre Lazne Maj mtmai i BSc 6 mocAl KM was roundly Icaagrexs of P Tom Moore and the audience costar in ribticklinff For an Affanoon of lively Listening TUNE IN KWNO Amerban Broadcasting Company DIAL 1230 21 FIREMANS BALL Ask to See STYLE 3316 As Sketched Golden Charmers Swingin Low Glowing gold against soft black nusuede as tomorrow and truly smart wedgies with a medium a strap over the and theyre ready for any kind of a date or shopping spree ONLY 95 WINONA COUNTYS 39th ANNUAL FAIR CHARLES FAIRGROUNDS FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY AUGUST 21 22 AUGUST 20 CHARLES CHARLES BAND mJudging in all departments and will be completed before in front of Running Running Platform and White Mod ern AUGUST 21 LEWISTON BAND Concert in front of Hitching Running Running 3 30 Platform 4PM SPECIAL 4H RECOGNITION PROGRAM In1 exctw of art be made by businessmen of Winona 815 and White Mod ern AUGUST 22 WINONA AMERICAN LEGION DRUM Concert in front of American Legion Drum Platform Horse Style American Legion Drum and White Mod ern   

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