The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 4, 1946 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 4, 1946
Page 5
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TUESDAY, JUNK 4, 19-16 BLITHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Ford To Construct New Research And Engineering Center PAGEFITI WARNING OKlkl-K In the Chancery t'imrt, <'hirk«- nawta DUtrlcl, Mtaimippl Covnly, Arkahui. John W. Burton . vs. No. 9594 Anna Irfc Burton Defendant. Tlio defciuliitit Autm I«e Burton Is hereby warned to «p|*nr within thirty days In tint court noined In the ranttoii liereof utul iimwcr the it o( the plaintiff Juhn W. Burton. Dated thU 24 d«y of Mar, 1M8. HARVEY MORRIS, Ckrk •By Mary K* Jarratt, D. 0. Percy Wright, Ally, for Pit. 5|28-6;4-ll-18 VUhJtbnur TOO <T bears, and" Aiette to IMA •*!• ud polar DEARBORN, Mich. The following .stntcmcnt by Henry Forrt II, president of the Font Motor Company, \vas released jit Dearborn today: We propose to start construction, as soon n.s regulations permit, on a new Research and Engineering Center here in Dearborn which, to the best O I our knowledge, will be one of tlie largest developments ol its kind in industry. The? project will take eight yeai'-s to complete. We estimate a total in construction und equipment of $50,000,000. It will lie located on a Qc;o-acre tract west of Dearborn Inn. It will comprise a primary group of eight buildings :uul will brills into close geographical relationship all research, development and engineering activities for the company's Ford, Mercury and Lincoln divisions. These eight buildings will be grouped around an artificial lake 800 Jcet long and 350 feet wide. The buildings will be of modern design featuring steel and concrete construction and limestone facings throughout. The Center will be dedicated to my grandfather, Henry Ford, who Architect's sketch of (he proposed Ford Research and Engineering Center at Dearborn, Michigan. nass production and mass dlstrl-1 nition. In commenting on-one of he most important'of those areas it the annual meetings of the S6-- ciety of Automotive Engineers early thus year,-I said: .' : '•'Hie mechanics of mass production can still be greatly improved,' nncl they can be more widely adnpt- cd. . . . "But there is a whole vast nrc-i in which we are only beginning to make significant progress—what we might call the field of huinnli engineering. Machines alone do not give us mass production, Mass production i s achieved by both machines and men. And'while.we have gone n very long way. toward perfecting our mechanical operations we have not successfully written into our equations whatever complex factor represents man, the human element. .:'.'-•:" "I am suggesting,,therefore,' that we try-to re-write tjic equations' to take into account the human' factor. If »e can .solve . the problem of human relations in industrial production;'I'• believe, we can make as much' r>p6er):ss 'toward lower costs during 10 years equation" in making things as well, as the "human equation" in buying things, ,'(. I hope that this nctibii by* the Ford Motor Company at this time will attest our own unlimited Jalth in the future of a flee America and our belief that there nrc no problems ahead which cannot lie solved by the hard work of a free people. as we madc.during;tlje past.quarter, century through the-development of the machinery of mass, produc- This is on,e of ,the many impor- 4 fifty years ago;, today .drove ,tho first Ford car through downtown Detroit, iincl to tlie memory ol mi father. Eclscl B. Ford. Behind this large expenditure is our determination to use every nid | tnnt problems we hope to 1 tackle which science and research can give ! at our new Research Ccrrter. It us in our job. That job, as we :»:e I is n problem for. research. We need it. is to make more and better cars I to know more about'the ."human at prices that more and more peo-1 — : — . . i _ ; ' — pie can afford. We already have gone far In this direction—through tile excellent wr)rk of-^the; research and engineer- irig^'statfs fir Jjnany company de- p;!rtnjcnts. 33iit:;4r 0 propose greatly to; expand past .efforts and to co- oreunitd. jthem';lijfcre effectively. Research ! hiid-< engineering work on the mechanical problems of the . automobile business will absorb the largest, portions of space and budget in ihe ne\- Center. But there are many other areas upon which the spotlight of scientific research must be turned in the constant ai- tcmpt to increase the efficiency of FOR SALE Fresh River Call prices to Cafes a| Cafe and large :or4fet*;ftgrfc MAC FISH MARKET Photic 673 OsceoU; Ark. Prosecutor Raps Jap War Leaders Statement-is Made Before Tribunal To Try Hidcki Tojo. TOKYO, June 4. (UP)—The rape, the pillage and the murder of innocents in Japan's "war against civilisation" must be blamed personally on her leaders who sought .world domination,,Chief Prosecutor Joseph B. s Keenah charged today, before the international crimes tribunal. Keenan's 15,000 word opening .statement blamed former Premier Ilideki Tojo nncl 27 other former members of the government ,for callously und miully conducting war to satisfy their impcriiilist'am- bitions. That war for world clomlnntloi included personal gain for the (tu ffendants through brutalities, ra|w and pillage of entire towns and til use of opium ugainst the Chlncsi to weaken tliclr will to fight, h charged. Kecnan spent nearly three hour listing specific charges the prose cation would prove In UK fight 1 convict the defendants of consplr ] ing U> smash the peace of Asia, an seek world domination through igantic plot. 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