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 - 28 THE POST-STANDARD, Syracuse. N. Y.,...
28 THE POST-STANDARD, Syracuse. N. Y., W«inesdty, S*pUmb«r 19,195i largest Troop D Commander Good Will Tour j Strength for Reassigns 27 Officers :For Berinstein ! By Earl L ONEIDA-Capr. Harold T Mul-Creek to troop headquarters^ T. ·; Morris'W, Bermsleia of Syrs- ier, "commanding officer of Troop R. KruSc. Sylvan Beach to New cuse , a national chairman of the D." State Police, yesterdar tn-:Hartford; D. B. WassaU, ^'^Uraied Jewish Appeal and a nounced the transfer of 27 troop-;Hartford to Alder Creek: C. E. ; Silent Penetration Scientist* have been warning ihe public, zers of atomic radiation. It seerns that th* a:offiic v,,^, w Iar expjoded dws not rea!ly to Wo!- rnerriber of ^ e A PJ* al * s National, \vhat worries the scientists is thai when S,lv» Cabi,,, «mb»fced f erent the" for the purpose Sylvan M F ;t ' n ^ . ^r:«-*.T~ " · «*«^^,. ~~ - rt^rt «»ni T r t M - i n i : : material for peaceful use, the effect upon the- surrounding fers and their old and new su^Beach » Jg*"- yostercay on a S ooa »ill tou ini- £ sastrous . It is ,,* that hannftll effects may be potions, potions, are: ' J- S. McKeon. Camden to Wil- tialcd gently oy the UJA _to. d u c e d ^ hich w - u Jast no . jus; through the Ufelime 0 , the person , conduct special conferences with harmed, but through the lives of all their :sh c o m m u n a l leaders'victim of this radiation will probably V. Sbardeila from I Polio Cases Boost Tofa For Year lo Alder iiamson: H. .3. Thackrah. New Hartford to Auburn, H. E. Setzer. Aider Creek to Pulaski; K. C. Manning. 1 Pulaski to ".Vest Win- A. T. Slocum. Herkimer to roujznout Xatior.a! campaign chairman C a nan da: s u d - f 0 - State oi Israel Bonds. Berin- R, Peters, Nortn Syracuse- s:e : rf , A . :!i heac « 3 spe cial dele-a- to Wolcott; M. K. Lacrc. Canar.- r .-- :o , e Mobilization happening to him until he is in a desperate This reminds one of the encroachments making on human life. Its most dangerous the midst of quiet, domestic situations--in salt is not the falling of a great riaigua to New Hartford; R. J. eRce for j., rael to De De held under Amidcn, Auburn to North Syra- the auspices of State of Israel cuse; E. R. Stangle. .Wolcott to I Bonds Saturdav and Sunday in Homer; H. E. Tanner. Homer ro Washington. D.C. Several other Waterloo. 'Syracuse bond drive leaders will T f **. j. daigua · : to Wes Two more po5o cases reported Waterloo to Alder Creek; J. F. yesterday increase to 13 the num.- Dombrowski. Pulaski to Water-' .ber of such cases put under treat- !oo; D. R. Deelercq, V.'aterloo to' men: here this year. Dr. David Xev.-ark; G. F. Dawson, Newark. K, Bigwood Jr., city health com- lo New Hartford. i missioner announced. Both were G. K. Tordy. Wolcott to Au-' 'classed as important cases. burn; J, K. Denio, Auburn to '. One of the new patients is a North Syracuse; R. B, Veri, Wii- 10-year-old Liverpool boy, and : liamson to Herkimer; H. Finch,' ;the other a 12-year-old Mexico headquarters to Canandaigua; R . i J R D youth. Each boy had one in- C. Lewandowski. headquarters to. jjection of Salk anti-polio vaccine.-puiaski. and L. T. Wind us, head- Tne older boy is suffering from a'quarters to Homer. small degree of paralysis. They disappointment which most often precipitates the gradual penetration of their live? by about them very much of the subtlety of Untruthfulness leads to crime; jealousy, drinking, to alcoholism: flirtation, to moral iratin?. devastating--thus by the radiation ot himself destroyed and his !ov*»d r»n?s with him. Simply Mom's

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  1. The Post-Standard,
  2. 19 Sep 1956, Wed,
  3. Page 29

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