Winona Republican Herald, July 16, 1947

Winona Republican Herald

July 16, 1947

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Issue date: Wednesday, July 16, 1947

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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1947, Winona, Minnesota W EATHER lonlfht omrtr iUy; wirm ton Full Leased Wire Report of The Associated Press Member of the Audit Bureau of 97 DAYS Klnoa Pool VOLUME 47. NO. 126 WINONA, MINNESOTA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 16. 1947 FIVE CENTS PER COPY EIGHTEEN PAGES U.S. A-Bomb Factory Put on Permanent Basis By Elton C. Far Washington The United States is putting Its atom bomb factory on a permanent basis. This grim footnote to the long and thus far fruitless effort to set up world controls over nuclear energy came to light today In an atomic energy commission announcement of plans to "permenantlze and effectively modernize" the war-built town of Los Alamos, f eliminating a "Big Pour" or "Big Five" veto control over every pro- vision going Into the treaty. The proposal went out only few days ago and to which no re- plies have been received yet would not only take treaty-maidn? out ol the hands of four nations and turn t over to 11, but It also would es- tablish a two-thirds voting system among the 11 so that even there ao ireto would be permitted. Disliked By Molotor 17. 8. Ambassador Walter Bedell Imith, on confidential instructions from; Secrc.taxy. of ..Slate las discussed, the new treaty-mak- ing plans '-with Foreign Minister Molotov and Molotov Is understood to have indicated dislike ol those provisions which would end ex- clusive domination of the-great pow- ers In Oils field. However, Molotov agreed to take the matter under consideration and no Russian objection or counterpro- posal has been received. The countries Invited to the Au- gust 10 parley arc the members of the Par Eastern commission set up about two years ago to make Allied policy for the Japanese occupation: Australia, Canada, China, France. India, the Netherlands, New Zea- land, the Philippines, the TJnited Kingdom, the Soviet union and the United States. The meeting called here is sup- posed to tackle only questions of peace treaty procedure that is. creation of working committees, when and where peace should be and the like. Weather FEDERAL FORECASTS Winona and vicinity: Local thun- dershowers tonight aad early Thurs- day. Rather warm tonight with ow 68, becoming cooler Thursday; high 84. Minnesota: Local showers and thunderstorms beginning to north- west portions this afternoon over- prcading most of state, except ex- ircme southeast tonight, and con- tinuing in southeast and extreme east portions Thursday. Cooler In .orthwest portion. Thursday. Wisconsin: Partly cloudy tonight with local thundershowers, begin- ilng in extreme northwest portion, ate tonight, and Thursday morning vcrsprcading north and west por- lons Thursday and southeast por- ion Thursday night. Not much hangc in temperature. LOCAL WEATHER Official observations for the 24 iours ending at 12 m. today: Maximum, 88; minimum, 66; oon, 82; precipitation, none: sun ets tonight at sun rises to- lorrow nt ELSEWHERE Max. Min. Pet. JlicitBO........... 78 6G cnvcr 87 58 JO >cs Moinos .......93 66 Juluth 76 50 iternntloiiiO J'jills .86 62 Cansas City 93 71 liami 86 70 T IplS.-St. Paul -----88 67 Washington .......81 74 RIVER BCLLETIX Flood Stage 24-Hr. Stace Today Change ed Wing 24 4.3 ake City......... 7.9 cads 12 4.5 am 4, T.W....... 5.4 am 5, T.W....... 3.5 am 5A, T.W..... Inona 13 am C, T.W....... Man Suffocates in Coal Hopper Apple ton, Wls. Sylvester Philippl, 39. suffocated last night when he was buried in a coal hop- per while attempting to clear a :logged conveyor at the Western Condensing Company. 5.G 5.5 7.6 33 53 -f- .1 .1 Dam 7, T.W....... Ltl Crossc 12 Tributary Chippewa ut Durand 2.4 Zumbro nt Thcllman Buffalo above Alma.. Trcmpealeau at Dodge Black at Nclllsville.. Black at Galosville La Crosse at W. Salem 1.3 Root at Houston......7.0 2.7 2.0 1.2 2.S .4 "1 .1 -H a ;

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