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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 30, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSFAfER THAT M A K E A L L N O R T H IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION and United Vrttt FuU LCIM CtflU a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 30 ConaUts Two Oaa I ci M wo Oaa 3M USArmy Unveils Worlds First Atomic Artillery Field Weapon bv Changgering friendly troops from the import Including iwn u W V WASHINGTON ft The Army has unveiled a new 85lon atomic gun and shown that it can roil nimbiy across fields into position to fire superexplosive barrages within 20 minutes It is the worlds first atomic ar ullery piece The gun which the Army calls an allpurpose weapon was put Uirough its paces at a special pre view for photograhers at the Aber deen Md Proving Grounds re cently Ordnance experts have been try ing out its mobility and firing ca pacity for months at the testing grounds but standard ammunition was used rather than atomic rounds The Army indicated that the weapon can use either atomic or standard rounds merely by chang ing the type of missile fThe gun has a caliber of 280 mil 12 inches This in itself discloses how com pactly lhe Atomic Energy ConY mission scientists now are able to build atomicmissiles which at one time could barely be crowded into the bomb bay of a B29 There vas talk at the demonstra tion of a 20mile range for the gun This approximates the range for coastal defense and naval guns of somewtiat similar caliber Twenty miles would be a practi cal distance for placing the gun safely behind friendly jlines firing over those lines and laying down anjalomic barrage on enemy in fantry and armor without endan gering friendly troops from blasts heat or radiation In the nonatomic demonstration at Aberdeen conventional propel lanl charges of standard powder in bags were loaded behind an or dinary test projectile The rate of fire seemed to be approximately that of any of the large caliber nonautomatic guns used by the Army and Navy This is how Uie allpurpose wea pon looks to visitors Its tube is almost 40 feet long designed to stabilize the missile by a spinning motion just like a standard gun The elevation of its muzzle or maximum range appears also to be like that used in a standard gun A twogun battery is used in the Aberdeen tests Nine other vehicles are used in support including two powergen erating trucks The power unit is hooked to the gun by electrical cable thus supplying electrical power for traversing and raising the elevation of the rifle Two engine cabs looking much like the hauling end of the tractor trailer rigs you sec on the high ways but with heavier construc tion supply the power for moving the chassis through 500horsepow er engines The gun ami its mount are sus pended between the two cabs In its movements the gun han dlesalmost exactly like a fire de partments aerial ladder truck The driver in the rear cab has u telephone headset connecting him with the forward cab driver who keeps the tiller man informed of his steering moves Essentially the atomic gun is a vastly improved version of the familiar railway with the majoradvantage of not being pinned down to railroad lines The gun wheeling off a highway over which it can move at the speed of inost heavyladen trucks trundles out on to a field climbing over humps and rough ground on the many wheels of its two trac tors and followed by he support ing units of trucks There is no or spade like ordinary artillery pieces used to hold the gun in position aguinst the action of recoil The tube is so precisely balanced on the mount that the recoil has iltlc effect ATOMIC is the giant aelfpropelicd cannon designed to atomic blast deep into enemy territory Endang d Country Aft Eisenhower to Use Smith Testimony on Communists NEWYORK Dwight D Eisenhower swings the political spotlight on the Communist issue Tuesday oh the basis of Gen Wal ter BedellSmiths assumption that the Reds have penetrated every U S security agency Before a plane takeoff for Colum bia S C the Republican presi dential nominee worked on a speech aimed at throwing the Democrats on the defensive on the Cominu nist question For his text the general took the testimony of Smith an old comrade in arms in Washingtoi Monday that Smilli assumes Com munists have infiltrated even the SAILORS AID Weers 9 critically burned when a toy train exploded will beassistedback to full healthby the crew of the cruiser Bremerton named for the lads home town in Washington Here a check for collected from the ships crew Soys Russians Serve V J Enehiy in Korea War Korea highly placed USEighth Army officer said Tuesday there are several thousand Russian troops in rear areas of North Korea serving in a capacity This officer said in an interview that the Russianswere technicians and advisers and probably manned modern radar confcrbljedantiaircraft manufactured fin the Soviet Union v The officer cannot be identified but he holds a re sponsible post that qualified himto speak authoritatively He concededIhnl some of Ihose rcporled lo be Russians could be East Europeans from Soviet salel lite countries The officerdescribed the anti aircraft balteries at Red airfields south of the Antung bases in Man churia as modernstuffHe added that because available evidence has shown tliem to be manned by Caucasians il was assumed Rus sians were at Ihe guns His statements went much farther than those of a Norlh Korean of BrowderWife Arrested for Mating Lies WASHINGTON Wl Earl Brow der former top man in the Amer ican Communist Party andhis ficer who surrendered through Ihe Panmunjom neutral zone early this month The Communist lieu tenant who was security officer armislice sile said lasl tenant at the Saturday that he had seen about Sinjuiju air The airfield 20 Russians at the field in June 1951 Is in North Korea churia border at Ihe Man SAME tlM ncns 4ettk on Tuesday false state wife were arrested charges of making mcntsin a naturalization proceed ing The Justice Deparlmenl an nounced the arrests made in the New York City area It said the two were taken into custody after a federal grand jury in New York returned an indictment charging they iied by stating when Mrs Browcler sought naturalization pa pers that never been a member of the Communist Parly The deparlmenl said Ihe grand jury indictment contained four counts accusing Mrs Browder of false statements and one similar count against her husband Soys Cosiello Is Important Witness WASHINGTON W Sen Wil liams RDel said Tuesday he has asked the Justice Department to delay any mpve to deport Gam bler Frank Coslello because Cos folio could be an important wit ness at trials of some of our for mer key government v fi Adlai Declares War Was Testing Point lor WorId Freedom SPRINGFIELD 111 Gov Adlai E Stevenson de fending the administrations action in Korea declared Mon day night that when the Communists crossed the 38th parallel that was the testing point for freedom throughout the world vThe Democratic presidential nominee asserted ina na tionwide television and radio broadcast that when the Reds fcion was received with en thusiastic shouts of approval tythe overwhelming major ity of the American people and even by the Republican leadership But now he added the Repub jeans allempl lo make you be ieve lhat il was almost an act of treason But what do you think Ihey vould be saying now if we had not slopped Ihe enemy in Korea il fapan was threatened and if East Asia was falling bit by bit lo Ihe enemy he added Would Ihcy not now be saying thatHarry Tru nan and Joseph Stalin were boy hood friends in Outer Mongolia He said thai Ihe Republican eadership is now lelling us thai the danger to this nation is from vithin not from without The anger lies not in Moscowbul in Vashinglon Your enemy is not Joseph Slalin bul Harry Truman r even possibly Adlai Steven This country must lay the principal part in saving ourselves our friends and our from ihis riionslcr yranny of Communism How long can we keep on fight ng in Korea paying high laxes iclping others to help ourselves ie asked There is only one answer We ran keep it up as long as we have o and we will Sioux City Man Held in Death SIOUX CITY WVMrs Ruth A Hcgslrom 54 wife of a prominent Sioux City real estate man was found dead in the kitchen of their fashionable Lees suburb home early Tuesday and her husband was held for questioning County Attorney Wallace Huff Would say only that there had been no statement in the case from Philip M Hegstrom 48 operator oE the Hegslrom Company Heg strom is a former president of the Sioux City Real Estate Board SUFFOCATES DBS MOINES tflNormm Oak ley Jr 3 son of Mr and Mrs Norman Oakley of DCS Moincs suffocated Tuesday in a car parked in his yard All About Ml I I The Weather Mason City Mostly fair warmer Tuesday night Not so warm Wednesday Mostly fair Tuesday night and Wednesday MinncsoU Partly cloudy Tuesday might and Wednesday GlobeGazelle Wcalher Data up o 8 a m Tuesday Maximum gi Minimum 54 At 8 a m 55 Precipitation 03 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 55 44 Central Intelligence Agency whicl he heads Testifying on a deposition in the million libel suit of Sen Joscpl 11 McCarthy William Benlon Smitl said he believed the Communist were so adroit and adept they have infiltrated every sccurjly agency of thegovernment He said he had not found any ir the CfA and wouldVhave uoblet Ihem out if he had bul believes here possibly even on his own staff Afler the deposition h e a r i ng ended Gen Smith first asked lha all his remarks be kcpl off thi record When lold they already bai bc issued stateinent wHich said inpartr s intelligence agency tha did not act on the assumption tha it had been penetrated somewhere along the lino from charwoman to Is executive level would be crim inally negligent and we would be criminally negligent if we did npl qnlhat assumption One of theelementary prccau ions taken by intelligence agen ics the world over of course is he elaborate comparlmenlaliza ion of work so that individuals below the very lop level are un able to obtain the whole picture even though they do work Ihcir vayin andgct a part oDil Arthur Summcrficld Republican national chairman said Smiths statement dcmonslralcd lhal Ihe national safely has been endan gcred by what hecalled loose less in Washington securitymeas ures Sports Bulletin LOS ANGELES UP Stydahar has resigned as coach of the National football league champion Uos Angelei Rams His top Pool has been namsd to succeed him SAYS IlEDS MAY 1JE IN CIAGen Walter Beddl Smith testified in Washington Monday that he believes Com munists may have infiltrated every U S security agency including the hushhush Central Intelligence Agency Confesses Robbery of Ankeny Bank Tells of Hiding Money MARQUETTE Mich A confessed bank robber sc out luesday to lead state police to the Northern Michigan uding place where he reportedly secreted ofthe 000 loot he obtained in an Iowa bank holdup Aug 1 Sheriff Albert Jacobaon said the suspect Alden William Brooks 27 1reely discussed his holdup and curstealing toui if several states Brooks police he htid hidden addition il loot in Oklahoma but did lot name the location The sheriff said Brooks admil cd Ihe holdup of an An tcny Ja bank uid an atlcmptec they arc Emil llobeGajcttr pholo bjGIMis on his visit to Mason to airport commissionei Mayor H E Bruce an c ubbut resi3teringAs busy robbery at a Poplar Wis bank The Jailor was Uiyvaited when the banker ran into the vault am pulled the door shut on himself the sheriff reported Brooks a Northern Michigan roMdonl also admitted a series o car llicfts and tavern burglaries in Michigan School Bond Issue Defeated at C R CEDAR RAPIDS W Cedar Rapids citizens voled 8547 to 595 Monday agalnsl a proposed 500000 school construction bond issue The proposed program called for Iwo new high schools addilions on fi v c elementary schools construction of a new ele mentary school and purchase of additional school sites Squawk or Okay but Make a November 1ihyour big day lo speak up Vole DcniocriUic or Kepublicnn vote to turn em out or volu lo keen em in but VOTE Your Tree and secret vote ia Die greal American right ibdi must he preserved YouJl lose that righl if you dont vote The real issue is whether youre a spectator or participant We think youre n participant so SEE YOU AT THE POLLS1 Published as a public service in coop eration with The Advertising Council i Asserts He Blundered on Russia GOP Officials Decline Comment ABOARD TRUMAN TRAIN President Truman accused t Gen Dwight D Elsenhower Tuesdaybe havingendangered the countryai commanding general in Europe b grave w hi c h left America unaware threat to world peace said Eisenhowers advice that he saw no reason whyRussia and the UnitedStateswould not remain the qlosestTOisiiblSMendir car ried great VcightJan4 great deal ofrharm No Eisenhower headquarteri in tn York said there wodld be no com ment onthe Presidents remarks ButjW pf the generals aides who asked not to be quoted by name said answer all those charges m good time The general isnt going to be put in the position of commenting every time Truman makes a charge r If EisenhowerTiad given belter advice t in iW5 Truman con Unued we wouldnt have hadso nuch trouble in waking up the country to the danger oC Commu nist imperialism in 1946 1947 ind 1948 Lattsf Attack Truman a whistle stop speech at Havre Mont to launch he latest of increasingly bitter attacks on Ihe Republican presi denlial nominee in reply to Ei senhowers own charges of blun ders by the Truman administra ion in the field of foreign policy Truman said Eisenhower didn6 have such wisdom and foresight After he war while he was till commanding general of our orces in Europe the President continued he iaid he saw no eason why Russia and the United States would notrcmain the closest nossiblc fiicnds Quota Eisenhower Truman quoted Eisenhower as laving told a congressional com nittee in November of 1945 There is no one Ihihg that uides the policy of Russia more oday than to keep friendship with he United States Truman then went on lo say of lis own former Army Chief of tuff we Ilis foresight was not nearly as ood as his hindsight Of course we can all make mis akes but the Republican candi ate was the commanding general i Europe and was in close contact vilh Ihe Russians His advice arried great weight and it there Ore did a great deal of harm It is true the President con mucd thai We were all trying m mediately after the war to find meansfor living with the Rus ians on n peaceful basis I dont blame the Republican andidate for his part in that ruman added ought to e honest enough to admit his lundcrs about the Russians get tired of all the Republi an speeches arid all their propa anda saying that the Republicaa arty has been out in front against ic danger of Communism Is mply isnt so   

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