The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 22, 1947 · Page 18
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 18

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 22, 1947
Page 18
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'PAGE K/XTEEVTLLB (AWL) COUMBB KBWB MONDAY, OTC 1MT Gennan Experts Aid U.S. Science Army Soys Captured Scientists Working Her* Number 475 OlJt*4 Frees Start Comspendent} ' WASHINGTON, Dec. 22—(UP) —The Army said today it has 475 oaptured scientists working in this country on Tarlous projects, including (uMed'mlatiles research. The scientist*, cream of those captured by American armies during the war, are making vital contributions to American research end development, the Army said. It is estimated that the program of using German scientists will •aTe years of time in research and •ave American taxpayers $750,000,000 In rocket research alone. The scientists, It said, arc being used on air research at Wright Field, O. guided missiles resach at White Bands, N.M., and other projects. Army Intelligence expert* said Russia ha* been engaged in an eve more extensive program of usln German scientists in the Sovie research and development program Besides the 475 revealed to be working on projects In this count ry, 48 others were returned to Germany after fulfilling their con- | tracts here. Of these, 14 have been j turned over to civilian Industry to work on private Industrial projects. Six Seek Citizenship Only six of the German scientists in this country, have applied for visas, preparatory to applying for citizenship. None has been granted yet Army figures indicated thst a total of 523 German scientists have beeri brought to America since the end of World War II. They were selected from 24.000 German scientists In the American zone of Germany. The largest previously-disclosed Army figure on German scientists was 397, ind'.CAtlng the number has been nearly doubled in the last year. The Army has Indicated that plans to use about 1,000 German scientists In all. Authorizations have been granted to many of the German scientists to bring their families to this country. Others have boon granted {••special privileges of food, clothing ' and other necessities for their families in Germany. or abae*-»nd bUttjr the* he uidedmlesJe at Truman-set* tead tautead at Met *** ft *MT- .lly." Inscribed erockery pote .wen warded ioi Ms). Gen. Bennew Itoyera fa taking it like a lot el brut hats.' lus a cluster lor -blamlne; M ea a ame.' Humphrey Botart, movie actor or "the worst performance of the ear" In the Oamrni mtst-Hnl ry- wood heuings. Jan* Russell, for peering "th» a woman doesn't have to know haw o act to get along In Hollywood f she has other assets." Mayo said honorable mention wen a Sens. Owen Brewster and Homer Ferguson for "bringing vaudevUl back to life" In the Hughes wa contracts hearing. The club also tossed a nod to musicians boss James Caesar Pi trlllo, "Just for the hell ot tt." Read Conner Wows want Ada. CrackpotClub Honors Meat Industry, Stalin GRAND RAPIDS, MICH., Dec. 22 ' (UP)— The Crackpot Club, local fun organization/ Saturday named th« -American meat industry ami Joseph Stalin as "those who did the least for America" in 1947. C!ub Vice President Floyd Mayo (all members are vice-presidents) said It was the first lime In the nine-year history of the Crackpots that duplicate awards were made. John L. Lewis, "whose chin and miners frequently are out," took the honors In 1943-44-45, Mayo said. The club honored the meat Industry for its "one or two pork chops Contractors can build it better and faster with READY-MIXED CONCRETE • For building floor*, sidewalks, driveway*, foundation and scores of other Improvement* Wbta TOB build, of course yaei want concrete — firesife, enduring •nd low HI cot t. Ready^Mized Concrete helps contractors deliver a quality job at asatisfactory price.Everrtruckload li strong, uniform, wstenight concrete, designed for ymr specifica- tionl, Low delivered price for a quality product n made posiible by- our volume production aad modern concrete proportioning plant. let HI put y»y In l»»ttt wMi •»- fmr\t*t*i, reputakto mrlTMtan wh« w* «r« «wr* will |Ev« y*« • HUGHES & Company "Ready Mix Concratt" Building Material! South 10th St. At R. R. — Phone 3531 Westinghouse Btffo Comforter wi* *• Automatic WMcKmm Control Tie «•« »orapkt«ly automate Kec«*te'oomfcr».r mr . : . now available ton. No oth«r nerfrf. a —^ warmtk ii automatically maintained aN night by tfes bedikl* «"trol. Just plug into any ».„ outlrt, Mt the wntrol, the Autan.*: W.tchn, M doe. tL l Top i. of quiltM .tch^ undCTli<Je of ^x» ,«yon faUta th.t •ncbor. Comforter to the bcdl FuM douWe-bed «»^7J x M JUjron ..tin top dry-tleer* beeutifullj-I Tfce mner Pre * h " lnfc *° Mn U «""»• ~»"We for by evtrjr Mfety device . Approwd by Und« rW '•""•ateelse, tat. Come ia to Mete ARK-MO. Power Co . HART SCHAFFNER &MARX TOPCOATS MAKE THE BEST GIFT WRAPPINGS IN ALL SIZES PRICED FROM xclusivelv at // /t's For a Man Mead's Will Hove It OPEN MONDAY AND TUESDAY EVENINGS FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE

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