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THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER : Hi I i~,- I I II I Wants A-Bomb Secret Soviet Foreign Commissar Mole- toy. shown in air photograph as he addressed the Soviet council and an- nounced that the Soviet "will have atomic energy" and that the atom bomb "must not be kept secret." The request is not being met in U. S. Said to Be Kidnaped ": ':i~'-:": :: Z ii~:~:!:;i~!:~!~~ ~!:!~!~:!~!~:~:i:i.!:~:i ~:!:i:::i'::i~i:~i:::~!i:! Three-year-old Dlckie turn Suden, now believed to have been kidnaped from his home near Dowulevlile, Calif. His parents, who are of prominent mining family, report that they have been unable to con. tact kidnapers. Prisoners Broadcast In an unusual broadcast within San Quentin penitentiary, California, the prisoners shown before the "mike" have since been executed. Five condemned men competed with five others on a quiz program. The program created considerable inter. est in the state. Joins Smith Pickets Edward G. Robinson, shown in high school students' p!eket line out- side the Polytechnic High school where Gerald L. ~ ~,h wa~ scheduled to spe~k a~. ~::n meeting, Wireless Phones Tested in East ! Shown atop the New York telephone building are the antennas used during demonstration of a secret army radar microwave relay system. The demonstration, conducted by Bell telephone laboratories, included a two-way voice transmission carried out successfully over links totaling 1,400 miles. It was announced as entirely practical and successful. Convalescent Soldiers Turn to Art ~x.: Soldier-artists ~t Torney General hospital, Palm Springs, Calif enjoy instructions from noted artists. Pfc. Johann Kacsorak of Lorain, Ohio, center, and Pfc. George Pearl of Menard, Texas, are sketching Joyce Rose~tberg, New York City artist, who varies a period of teaching as she poses for the two soidiers in a life class. 'Little David,' World's Largest Gun World's largest cannon, a 36-inch mortar known as "Little David," was deVeloped as a secret weapon by the U. S and ready for action when war came to an end. Air photo shows mortar in firing position. It was capable of hurling 3,650-poUnd projectile. It w~s considered far more dan- gerous than "Big Bertha" in World War I, used by Germans against Paris. Every Day Fishing Day in Maine Father and son admire their catch, a nice string of salmon. Father- and-son teams are becoming quite popular In the Maine forests and lakes, where sports enthusiasts are giving their sons an early start in the pleas- ures of hunting and fishing. Young Joe deserves as much credit for th# catch as does his father. I Principals of Labor-Management Meet at Capital Labor and management opened parley in Washington in an effort to steer the country on a path of peace- ful reconversion. Shown here, left to right, seated: Secretary of Commerce Henry A. Wallace; Justice Walter P. Stacey of Raleigh, N. C who presided; Secretary of Labor Lewis B. Schwellenbach. Standing, left to right: William Green, president of AFL; Eric Johnston. president of U. S. Chamber of Commerce; Ira Mo- sher, president of National Association of Manufacturers, and Philip Murray, president of CIO. Jet Propelled Plane Establishes World's Record Radiophoto of jet propelled plane, piloted by Capt. H. J. Wilson, which set a new world's speed Yecord of 606 M.P.H topping the recognized mark of 469.2 held by Germany. Captain Wilson is shown getting into his British Gloster meteor aircraft "Britannia," for four runs necessary for the record. City Governments Elect New Mayors Some changes will be made in administrations inieading cities as a result of the November 6 election. While Edward $.-Jeffries, upper right, remains as mayor of Detroit, New York City will be governed by William O'Dwyer, upper left. Lower left, David L. Lawrence, who was elected mayb? of Pittlthurgh, s~td James M, Curley of Boston. Kiddy Klub for Young Sophisticates Crosses Picket Line John L. Lewis, president of the, United Mine Workers of Am.erita, crosses picket line of Independent Unions of New Jersey to get to tile labor and management conference, which opened recently at the labor department in Washington, D. C, 'One Man Army' New York has opened a night club that operates at high noon--and the customers, or patrons, are little boys and girls. It is the Kiddy Klub, with Uncle Bob Russell as host. Maj. Arthur Wermuth, dubbed the "one man army of Bataan', who was recently released from ff~p ' prison camp, shown as he was greet- ed by his mother at San Francisco. He left shortly afterwards for hon~. /