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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1950, Winona, Minnesota Page 4 THE WINONA REPUBLICAN-HERALD, WINONA, MINNESOTA 'Unity1 Flag Recommended For Enlarged United States By Alex Raymond (Sixth of a series.) In preceding articles of this ser- ies, five suggestions for a new na- tional Hag design have been pre- sented. A change in the flag's de- sign is made necessary by addi- tion of Alaska and Hawaii to the Union. The change must be more than merely a matter of adding two new stars to the field. The 48 stars of the present flag are arranged in six equal rows of eight each. Plac- ing 50 stars in even rows means the proportions of the field must be altered or the stars made small- er. Either of the arrangements will affect the appearance of the flag to a noticeable extent. Since the appearance of the flag will be changed, it is In order to consider adoption of one or more ideas advocated by artists who feel that the whole design of the flag could and should be Improved. It also could be given more perma- nence. Thirty-eight years is the longest period the flag has gone unchanged. Designs presented earlier in this series may have appeared at first glance to be an abandonment of everything In our flag except the colors yet all were suggested by one or more of the 100 flags that have flown over our nation's ter ritory during its history. Here, in the larger drawing, is what might be considered the most ing. radically different of the suggested Advice on Health New Uses Of X-Ray, Radium By Herman N. Bnndesen, M.D. The scope of X-ray and radium has constantly been enlarged so that today irradiation in these two forms is being successfully used In the treatment of a large num- ber of different conditions. In some cases it is the best method; in other disorders, it is a useful aid to other forms of treatment. Though the average person does not realize it, irradiation has proved valuable in dealing with certain types of infection. Just how it works is not known, but the gen- eral opinion is that.by destroying the white blood cells known as lymphocytes, it liberates sub- stances with germ-killing powers. It also increases the flow of blood to the affected part, always a help- ful measure in overcoming infec- tion. Among the infections .In- which irradiation is helpful are boils and carbuncles, pimples, eczema, ring- worm of the scalp, and sinus in- fection. Early Treatment It has been noted that carbun- cles, when treated early by irradi- ation, may be entirely warded off. Carbuncles commonly occur on the back of the neck in the deeper por- tions of the tissues under the skin. But, in all cases, the irradiation relieves pain and speeds up heal- ng. radically ainerem, 01 uic The irradiation is also helpful in arrangements. Yet it, too, has a controlling acute infections of the precedent. The full-width stripes parotid glands located just below 'i ____9 WEDDING DANCE Nettie Engen-Ernie Reck Monday, June 19 At NEW ARMORY ARCADIA, WIS. Music by Jerry Dostal I were used in the most radically different of the suggested arrange- ments. Yet it, wo, has a prece- dent. The full-width stripes were (used In the first Navy Jack of John Paul Jones, and in the so-called "American the first flag raised in the Northwest Territory after the Revolution, as told In a a previous article. The smaller drawing shows the flag designed by Captain S. C. Reid for U. S. ships. Captain Reid was the de- signer of the national flag adopted by Congress in 1818. At that time, it was customary for nations to have special ensigns for naval jand merchant ships. It expresses, I think, the spirit of the nation in a very effective the ear. These are the glands which produce saliva. It is also the best form of treatment for tuber- cular infections of the lymph glands in the neck. Irradiation has also been found useful in the treatment of burs- Itis, the Inflammation which so of- ten occurs In the bursa, or fluid- containing sacs which cushion the joints. Often lime salts may be deposited in the bursa as a re- sult of the inflammation. Useful for Neuritis X-ray treatment is useful for neuritis and neuralgia, and has al- so been used with benefit in some cases of arthritis or inflammation of the joints. X-ray treatment to get rid of en> VOICE of the OUTDOORS Allis-Chalmers Approves Monthly Pension GRAND OLD BIVEE June days are grand days on Old Man River as he rolls southward amid towering green scenic bluffs. The above picture shows Fountain City in the background. The bluffs pictured In a distance are the tallest on the upper river, rising high above beautiful Fountain City. Incidentally, Fountain City has a new landing dock for plea- sure boats. Plenty of room for several cruisers or fishing crafts to tie up. It will be a popular place for Winona, boat owners ,to dock. More communities along the river could use such docking facilities. Quite a few river people will recall another dock at Fountain City. It was below the old Palm Garden. It recalls the popular boat trip from Winona to Fountain City and back. In fact, there used to be excursion and packet boats in this service. From a fisherman's view- point the Old River still looks pretty dirty for tomorrow. Al- though it is dropping locally, the silt and sand off the farm lands of its upper drainage area has not settled and the water in the main channel through- out this sector is too dirty for good fishing. I of the nation in a very enecuve A-ray manner- 50 stars in tonsils and overgrowths of 'in one unified whole. The design! lymphoid tissues in the throat_has lalso has elasticity, that is, add! itlonal stars could be added with- out affecting the appearance of the flag noticeably. Thus it could be I more permanent than a mere re- vision of the present form of the flag's field to accommodate two ad- ditional stars. Tomorrow, a final suggested de- sign will be presented here. been found quite successful par ticularly when surgery cannot be satisfactorily carried out. Certain moles and warts and overgrowths of scar tissue, known as keloids, can be satisfactorily treated with X-ray. An entire mountain range, The pupils ol the eyes of rattle- snakes and other pit vipers, which are mostly nocturnal hunters, are An enure mournum wic: spherical at night, but in the day- Chisos is enclosed by Big Bend Na-jtime contract to a vertical slit, thus tional Park in Texas. cutting out bright light ENDS TONIGHT! Dick Powell and Evelyn Keyes in "Mrs. Mike" Shows TOMORROW! Abo Showing Monday YOFJffi BUST TOO! LORETTA (UBUvYOiVG MARILYN MAXWELL- FRANK MORGAN JAMES GLEASON LEWIS STONE RAYMOND WALBURN Plus: Late News Color Cartoon Sunday Shows: 1-3-5-7-9 44c till 2 P. M. Feature Time: MIDNIGHT SHOW TONIGHT P. M. Ends Tonight! Gene Autry In "Cow Town" Shows TOMORROW! Also Showing Monday ,4 f BILL Plus: Late News-Travelogue-Pete Smith Specialty-Color Cartoon Sunday Shows: 1-3-5-7-9 till 2 P. M. Final Showlnr Tonljht! Charles Starrett Smiley Burnette In "FKONTIEB OUTPOST" "Marinated Mariner" Sport Reel "Holiday On Skis" Serial: Chap. 7 "Cody of Pony Showi: 12C-SOO Inc. Tai STARTS TOMORROW Sliowlni Throuth Monday DOUBLE FEATUBES CO-FEATURE Shock story of ticiom ihakedoirn Cnpi and Saucers" Color Cartoon Sunday Shows: Inc. Tai COMING TUESDAY! "Trnc Glory" Plus "Burma Victory" Next Week At the Theaters STATE Sunday. Monday Clark Gable and Loretta Young In "Key to the City" with color cartoon and news. Tuesday, Wednesday Rooert Tay- lor and Elizabeth Taylor In "Conspira- tor" with sport reel, color cartoon and news. Thursday, Friday. Saturday Alan Ladd and Wanda In "Captain Carey, TJ. 8. A." with technicolor spe- cial, color cartoon and news. WINONA Sunday, Monday George Halt and Ella Kalnes in "A Dangerous Profes- sion" with Pete Smith specialty, coior travelog, color cartoon and news. Tuesday. RocK- well and. Estellta Rodriguez In "Bells of Old Mexico" with James Dunn and and Dewey Martin la "Golden Olovei Story." Thursday, Friday. Montgomery and Marie Windsor In "Dakota Lll" with Stooge comedy and news. AVON Sunday, Monday Barbara Fuller and Robert Rockwell In "Unmasked" with Buck Jones In "Stone of Silver Creek" and color cartoon. Tuesday, Wednesday. Thursday "True Glory" and "Burma Victory." Friday, Saturday Sunset Carson and Pat Sterling In "Battling Marshal" with stooge comedy, sport reel and eighth episode of "Cody o! the Pony Eipresi." WEST END Sunday Monday Joan Leslie and James Craig In "Northwest Stampede" with Stooge comedy and color car- toon. __ Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Bobby Driscoll and Beulah Bond! In "So Dear to My Heart" with Speaking of Anmlals and color cartoon. Friday, Saturday Ted Donaldson and Gloria Henry In "Rusty Saves Life" with Charles Starrctt In "Horse- man of the Sierras." SKY VH DRIVE IN Sunday, Monday Loretta Young and Van Johnson In "Mother Is a Freshman" with Featurette, sport reel and color cartoon. Tuesday, Young and Barbara Hale la "And Baby Maken Three" with two-reel "Pal" subject and color cartoon, Thursday, Friday Linda Darnell and Richard Wldmark In "Slattery's Hurricane" with screen snapshots, sport reel and color cartoon. Saturday Ben Johnson and Terry Mome In "Mighty Joe Young" with Stooge comedy. There may be a few spots in the backwaters known to good fisher- men where a mess of panfish can be successfully taken tomorrow, but such spots will not be "plentiful. Larger trout streams also will be colored from recent rains. There will be trout fishing on the smaller creeks, providing additional rain In their watersheds does not fall and bring new mud Into the creeks. Damage by the flood has been heavy on many of the trout streams. The five-inch rain that fell In the Plainview area and roared down dry runs Into the North Branch of the White- water tore this good fishing all to pieces. Bridges are gone, the road Is washed out, cornfields covered with silt and unques- tionably many trout died In the mud. It is an awful sight to look at, especially the area above Fairwater, The Zumbro river also boiled through its narrow valley around Mazeppa and Thellman after the big rain tore away great sand banks, washed out roads and destroyed A fruit salad that tastes delicious whole farms Alfred Burkhardt with a main course of meat or fish Plainview, who viewed the? river is made from pear halves stuffed valley following the storm declared with chive-cottage cheese on salad that it was one of the most destruc- greens. Pass a creamy boiled tlve floods to pass through the val- dresslng with the salad if you like (ley in recent years, or use a tangy vinegar-and-oil con- giye an idea of the cause of the dirty Mississippi which has been go- Ing past Winona since the storm. Yet Winona keeps its bathing beach on the river open and invites its youth to go swim- ming in this silt-colored or mud- dy water. Picnic Time Perhaps it would be a good idea to take the family on a picnic this jweek. The Whitewater park has been cleaned up after the flood. JFerrot adn Merrlck parks are ex- Icellent picnic grounds. Farmer's Community park had a crowd on Thursday and Latsch State park is always a cool spot to eat on a warm afternoon or evening. So, don't overlook the picnic opportunities of this area this weekend. It may be unattrac- tive for fishing but the family will enjoy the outing. Estate Sells in Hurry Hollywood
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