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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1949, Winona, Minnesota SHOWERS TONIGHT, CLEAR WEDNESDAY AUSTIN HAS A SWIMMING POOL VOLUME 49, NO. 100 WINONA, MINNESOTA, TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 14, 1949 FIVE CENTS PER COPY EIGHTEEN PAGES At Sunday's air show: 12 of these F-51's. 12 F-51's COMING Heat, Storms, Air National Leave 17 To Have Big Role In U.S. Dead In Dedication Show When a four-hour air show dedicates Winona's new municipal air- port Sunday, Minnesota's own air unit will have a leading role. Coming in full force for the dedication is the 109th Fighter squad- dron, Minnesota Air National Guard, which is based at HoJaian Field, The Alsops AEC Work Stopped By Inquiry By Joseph Alsop atomic energy Investigation Is ut lust beginning to reveal what all the shouting is about. It turns out that David E. Lilienthal Is entangled in a diifi- St. Paul. The commanding officer of tHat squadron, Lieutenant Colonel John R. Dolny, will personally lead the flight of 12 F-51's to Winona for jthe aerial demonstration of forma- tion flying. The F-51, known to wartime Air Force men as the P-51, was the most advanced operational type during World War II. It saw much combat service in all theaters of the war. Powered by a Packard-built horsepower Rolls-Royce engine, it is reported to be capable of 375 miles an hour in level flight. The show, by Minnesota's own squadron, as well as the remainder of the four-hour air show, is free. Airport Work To Be Finished By Dedication Chef Kelly Agrees To Operate Field Restaurant By Adolph Bremer It'll be close, but the airport co-managers plan to have the air- port complete by the dedication time this to the details. That includes little things like screens on the administration building doors and windows, and a desk inside, and bigger things like an operator for the restaurant and gasoline in the storage tanks. Roy T. Patneaude and William A. Galewski, co-managers, told the city council Monday evening that Walter C. "Chef" Kelly has agreed I to operate the airport restaurant, paying five per cent of gross sales as rent. The co-managers were authorized to negotiate a lease The city is .to furnish equipment costing about Mr. Patneaude siad the restau- rant would be in operation by Sun- day. Other Developments Other airport developments: .The co-managers were autho- rized to purchase gasoline at the contract prices. The pump for the gasoline storage installation arriv- ed yesterday, and the Standard Oil Company one of two avia- Four-Power Rule Asked For Germany by West Chicago Heat, storms and flash floods left at least 17 dead in New England and Texas today. Five of the dead, victims of m j