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   Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1949, Winona, Minnesota                              LIGHT SNOW TONIGHT, SATURDAY GIVE TO THE GOOD FELLOWS VOLUME 49, NO. 244 WINONA, MINNESOTA, FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 2, 1949 FIVE CENTS PER COPY New Bomb Could Wipe OirtCity By Joseph and Stewart Alsop was altogeth- er too much comedy in the re- cent incident of Senator Edwin C. Johnson and the power atomic bomb. Here is a pompous lawmaker, pleading with the tele- vision audience for more secrecy In American atomic development. And in the midst of his bumb- ling discourse, the senator com- mits the worst violation of secur- ity rules that has occurred to date. He discloses, in fact, that the Atomic Energy commission is working hard to devise an atomic weapon times more powerful than the bomb that fell on Hiro- shima. With the senatorial foot thus securely fixed in the capa- cious senatorial mouth, the curtain quickly descends, and the audience dissolves into roars of happy laughter. Yet there was more to this inci- dent than a mere comedy turn by a third rate senator. Everyone should understand, in the first place, that a power atomic bomb Is more than a simple pos- sibility. In the long run, such a bomb is a probability, If not a certainty, ITS EXPLOSIVE POWER will derive from the nuclear fission of hydrogen, the lowest of the ele- ments in the electron table, in- stead of uranium, at the top. Thej theory of how to make it Is al-j ready understood and generally! accepted. Making It will require! Immense efforts, yet the Job is) actually farther along than was thej job of making the Hiroshima bomb when the Manhattan district was established. Furthermore. Senator Johnson's estimate of the probable power of the new bomb is also generally accepted. It is the rule that the area devastated by an explosive] increases in approximate ratio to the square root of the Increase In the explosive's power. A Hiroshi- ma bomb devastates an urea of from two to four square miles. When constructed, the bomb will therefore devastate an area a little more than thirty times as large, or from 60 to 100 square miles. In short, only one hydrogen fis- sion-bomb will be enough to des- troy, utterly and completely, al- sation law. great city on earth. 26 Hospitalized in Ohio Fire Snyder Pleads For Balanced udgef NOW Asks Spending Cut, Maintenance of Adequate Tax Rates By Charles Molony Washington Secretary of Dakota Woman Cites Larson Threat to Get Even With McLoone State Attorney General's Office Sends Assistant La Crossc, Wis. The state Mother, 2 Sons iPerish in Fire Loss Burning Plastics Blamed for Gas Volunteers Pressed Into Duty as Firemen Fall Barberton, Ohio Twenty- six firemen were hospitalized to- ,day after battling a fire in which Inez Ky. A young rnotherjburning plastics caused fumes sus- ve governments balanced-now. belng their beds, died early today in a; All of the fi m to aid .he prosecution of d'estroyed home. jed m fajr cond statment mat tne goyernmen should reduce spending in every. subcommittee studying government ernor Rennebohm at p. m. Rudolph Harmon. torney General Thomas Fairchild's, shortly after midnight. office at p. m. and told to come Flames Roar Through the four-story Loraine hotel, principal building in a quarter of a block of busi- ness structures destroyed early today at Sapulpa, Okla., with an estimated loss. The picture above was made at the height of (the fire, only half an hour after the flre alarm sent 53 hotel guests streaming from exits, over rooftops and Jumping into nets. The guest register was lost and firemen said only a thorough search of the ruins would determine if anyone perished. (A.P. WIrephoto to The Eepublican-Herald.) Partner Not Employe, High Court Decides St. Paul the first ruling of its kind, the Minnesota supreme court held today that a partner is not an "employe" of a partner- ship under the workmen's compen- most any There In no comedy In this. NOR 13 THERE ANY COMEDY in the second point that must al- Consequently, the high tribunal rejected the appeal of Ferry A. Pederson, Duluth automobile me- (chanlc, who sought compensation so be" understood. The Atomic Joss of an eye while working Mine Operators Flay 3-Day Pittsbnrgh A top Industry spokesman says John L. Lewis' order to mine- coalJobly three days a week is "destructive to the industry and every one who earns his living In it." George H. Love, spokesman for the operators' negotiating committee firemen were report- _ destroyed their home. Jed in fair condition at the badly- But he made no suggestions first degree murder trial! rhe victlms were Mrs. Lucille (crowded Citizens hospital, yond reiterating a todav Moore Kirk, 25, and Jackie, three, Fire Captain Luther N. Culbert- f. Attorney General Wil-iand Robert Kirk, one. json said an investigation was being iliam Platz, 39-year-old criminal! Jack Kirk, Sr., proprietor of to determine if the gas was sometimes packs a to 48 hours after believed cs used other burning rifort or -rf t T discuss the possibility Some 100 Inez residents formed plastic objects. Origin of the fire, cuea president iru-Jassistance in prcEecuting the bucket brigade in a futile took three hours to put out, i f_ said he was called into fight the blaze, which started not determined immediately. The fire department here con- sists of only 34 men and the hos- pitalizatlon left only 12 available for duty. Volunteer departments in the area were quicltly pressed into serv- ice. The blaze hit the H. E. Simon Jewelry store last night during the Christmas shopping rush. Barber- ton's fire department had help from volunteers from Coventry. Cuyahoga Fails, Norton, Springfield township, Clinton, Manchester and two Akron departments. The blaze, which origin has not been determined, caused Id to the building, according to Fire Captain Luther Culbertson. in the red this fiscal year, ending next July 30. "It seems to me, however, that as "lefe has pleaded innocent to a! I J 5a.Ve budSet- I charge that he shot socially-prom- i A AM he added in a prepared statement. Dr Jamea McLoone to "National income today is a near nere Novembers i to the highest level in our history, 14 1947 and, by every standard of sound the end of yesterday's trial government finance, the time to have a balanced budget is now." Federal expenditures this fiscal session a witness told the Jury that Larson once threatened "to get even" with Dr. McLoone. year are expected to be statement came during testl- a peacetime record. Imony by Mrs. Margaret Meyer, Da- He blamed a taxSkotai Minlu at tne rlrst degree cut voted last year by the Bepub- j murder trial of Larson. Mean controlled 80th At Hospital over President Truman's veto Mrs. Meyer testified that she was for the deficit of nurse at St. Francis hospital here cal 1949, ended last June 30, and the prospect of a three-times great- er one this fiscal year. In a written communication to the committee which the latter published recently, the treasury chief had said the "general econ- omic welfare" came ahead of a balanced budget for any one year. His statement today, however, at the time Larson's son died, ac- cording to records, ol a bowel ob- struction. She said that on Febru- ary 16, date of the boy's On State Iron Mining Leases St. Paul The state execu-, f t tive council today deferred until! December 10 action on applications for 25-year extension of two more iron mining leases. Mines involved are the Wacootah Mountain Iron under lease even with the doctors, nurses and with Dr. McLoone." She said the statement m of the hospital. made lobby recalled his "great satisfaction" atj Some time later, she said, she and budget surpluses in fiscal nurses wers shown a letter ad- of the national bituminous wage conference, lost little time attacking wnen became treasury secre-l dressed to Dr. IVfcLoone and signed Lewis after the unpredictable United Mine Workers' chief called off his fiscal 1948, the latter anlfcy an Arnold Larson. The letter, jarjd 2: seek new Also to be considered on Decem- ber 10 are extensions on 20 of 22 Aboard Dutch DC-3 Killed Brazilian Crash SU we ercy commission has had the ut- most in recruiting corn- fourth full-scale walkout of the year j- yesterday, P" I I "Again our employes are being! I Lif hnAltl deprived of the right to earn a de- 111 I cent living by the arrogant monopo-1 liotic power of John L, Love said in a prepared statement, He added: "These men already have lost its petent scientists to work on hydrogen fission projects. In part, this is because of the natural hor- at the Morgan Park Sales Ser-jalmost wort. vice, Duluth. j each in earnings. The ent wage is the highest paid by ror that any such project mus inspire in civilized men. But part also, it is bet----- __ _ tor Johnson himself and the many a others like him. While the hire. Johnsons of the Senate and House j arc Pederson and Therian maj0r industry in the world! formed a partnership in January.Sand would permit our employes to i 4. t. j ,.J nr and operated the Morgan; maintain a decent standard of liv- ln but one man dictates exactly Resigns As A.M.A. Editor Chicago Dr, Morris Fish- ur.pre.cedented said, referred to the boy's deathj plus of income over expenditures.land stated, "I will do unto you as "In the past three it did unto him." The state contends that Larson Action on the latest applications delayed because reports the conscivation came available only today. Rio dc Janeiro, Brazil A f Royal) Airlines DC-3 plane department a rainstorm at an emer- ed, "I have restated the urgent need for an excess of receipts over expenditures on many uutruus   ,e w soft coal minersihe teach at Universitiesj use to us I.' Lewis ordered the hard Chicago and Illinois, and retain posts as consultar- ftr the' i result from'east Mississippi back Sep-! American Red the National al- With estimated that Innocence on Bribe Count When the truce expired the U.M.W. members struck automat- lically. But it was the shortest; {strike in their ending a bare 11 hours after it will go into the books as a two- THIS MOMENT. th> Rair jot has evolved an in- of statutory construction, tcrim "raided missile lor iisei ngninst speed aircraft. By. marryins: a boamrider guidance system to a splirf propellent rock- et, the Navy scientists have ready produced a prototype, all-out effort, it this piototype missile could be per- fected in n little more than a year.: Production, preparation of em-. Ky. placements, and traininc Of crews Representative Andrew to" operate the- guidance system for more than two! Though there's no sign of any! would then have to follow. Yet. years, broke his silence being signed soon, Presi-l unprecedented security against to assert his innocence of Truman's top labor consultant; air-delivered atomic bombs could senciing him to prison. !js optimistic of an early end of! thus be attained in a relatively, convicted of wartime controversy, short time. land conspiracy, the 74-year-old at-j John R No all-out effort is being made torney was ordered to serving: He was with the A.M.A. Journal! for 3" years, 25 of them as edi-i it; Fishermen's Luck [Lewis has decreed it won't Former'necessary to work again until Mon-; small lake near I WEATHER Steelman, at FtUtKAL, Winona and vicinity: alld Tanner begmning permit- rod and signature Cloudy, named administratrix of Dr. Me- j a "temporary blackout of part estate by her husband city. When downtown electrical! 0 LG3VC ing the week before his death. Ideccrations were turned on. the! put out most of the lightsj Washington Consul Gen- Column the business district for Angus Ward reported today 90 minutes, I that he has arranged to leave Muk- den in communist China with his entire staff by next Wednesday. The State department said Ward also reported that he, the staff members and all dependent" would travel by train to Tientsin a sea- port. Tiiree American ships, the de- partment said, are due there be- tween-December 6 and 17. Second Eau Claire Blast Victim Dead Ean Clatre, Wis. Forre: i. j Gorton, 57, city waterworks cni- iploye, died last night, the secord victim of a steam blast which sent I three men to the hospital. I Eldon Davey, 30, died of burns ifihortly after the mishap. Still hos- pitalized is Norman Kendrickson, 38. The men were burned Wednes- day when they were scalded by live steam from a well casing. They jwere using steam and chemicals in attempt to Increase the flow of i water in a well. Key West Senator Johnson's seeming turn has a sharp lesson, such hideous forces the world, it is not "economy" politics, or any other of 19 r a reduction of hit terni. j Steelman said, too, that the Pres- nours encang at 12 m. today. I When- "The "ide'ible truth as to was not surprised by Lewis'j Maximum. 35: minimum, 25; are loose in'man's cuilt or innocence is in his Action in calling off the strike. 133- precipitation, none- sun sets to- safe This is how I know .thai; A lot of people think Lewis'inight at sun rises tomorrow at innocent" said iiay in a short-week plan will strengthen at te bargaining table. I Additional weather on Page 9. Secretary Of Defense Louis Johnson is greeted by Undersecretary Stephen Early as he and General Omar Bradley, chairman of the Joint chiefs of staff, leave a military plane at National airport in Wash- ington today upon their return from a Paris meeting oJ the Atlantic pact nations' defense committee. Left to right are: John Koehler, assistant secretary of the Navy; Gordon Gray, secretary of the Army; Johnson, Bradley, Early and W. Stuart Symington, secretary of the Air Force. (AJP. Wirephoto to The Republican-Herald.)   

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