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Parisian (Continued from Page 1} •he ; r home towns as draft dodgers. '' ThU was revealed here by Dr. George Willed Watt, 3-1, one of •he 18 persons recruited trom the university for research leading to the bomb's production -In a cast or two," Watt said, "thc-i- parents were actually em- bnrr:.".si:d to walk down the v'-eets- These fellows had a job U,'d,, for thfr war :iit(l they did it. The rc-si-archcrs were under an oath >.f strict that not eve'; Vho'ir"fam.:ics knew the kind of ^^,^tust S 'reUirned from"'r;icni;md, Wash., said the Tnitecl States, armed with the VUTVC bomb, now has the means to desln.y "all life on Japan m U »T Wau said he was doubtful •v'-"-,nv nation except the United S'-i-o's u capable of producmK the bomb, 'lie said those from he U- verily who helped develop the v.-eapon included: Ur. and Mrs. A. (•N';raves, Dr. C. S. Oarnen Dr. Norman Ilackerman. 0 • \V. u. Leslie of San Antonio Dr. R. L. T-v.mp-.on -Jr.. of Dallas, L. O, Mnr'sin of Oklahoma City and hiis wife, the former 'Betty Boyd; D. H. TfTpicu-:i of Wallers. Okla., A, E Kel •• of Pharr John B. Otto of Kin'.'sv.llc. Dr. .'. W. Morris -of Robert Rasmussen of 1 .iris. uui.'-i* iit —, „_. Pierce, M. T. Walling Jr., of Mis sion. R. G. Post of Edinburg, John -. of Austin and F, R. Ye.t Blc of Austin.