The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 12, 1946 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 12, 1946
Page 13
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THURSDAY, DECKMHEK 12, 19-10 BLYTHKVILLE (ARK.) COUKIBK NKWS PAGE 'THIRTEEN Atom Bomb Plant To Shift Controls Civilian Commission To Take Over Project From War Department WASHINGTON. Dec. 12. (UP) — The Atomic Energy Commission announced today it will lake over Ihe Manimtlan Engineer District- atomic bomb project—from the 'm- Oeparlmenl Jan. 1. The announcement followed conference of the commission members with President Tnnnnn. The commission said C will tnkc over the orRarur.ation and pro|wr- ties ineliidinK personnel and funds The ultimate form of the organization and the program to carrj out the purposes of Ihc atomic energy act. will be rtcve'.opcd ii the transitional period following transfer of the properties, the com mission said. The commission asked Secretar> of War Robert P. Patterson u permit Maj. Gen. L. R. Grove" commanding general of the Man hattau project, to remain avail able as a consultant following til transfer. The tr.insler will end a tempo rary arrangement made when th commission was set up on O;t. 'i Under that agreement the Wa Department kept custody of the atomic energy program "until such time as the commission was prepared to assume re.six>nsinj]ily ;ov It's a Sharpie Rocket Plane Glides at 550 Miles Per Hour leporled llic .XK-1 I'llmbcd. I'lvrd and hanked In wide, easy M>lV4)!>> traeinu « Inlnl while Unll In Uio blue desert 6ky. "Kvri'ylliliiR was lops. Ihe plane, (tie iMiBlne, tile flllltu." tlic «-ycnf- old e\-HA!-' pilot said. ii-1 hnsr; wore tills wci'U i; kniiwlriiKc Rulmxl nl O'.IVVMS Tr.vlnilH'. i'y :m<l !',:itmcl:iy :it G;;TO!: in- s.'lioot, unik'i' illifctltu rind afternoon, Explained Lure, N. C.. tiflve been «xs>l«»«d b)J r.rlcntlsls UK being caused by boulder* jailing Jrdm the tops"or'c»v» Mysterious ronr., cmaiinlliiB from dfcp ,,, tl)c m o un ta(n old HiimtjIIiiK ]iali| inininlali), I.nxc Bv JACK ll.Atll'Tl.l Idnifrd I'r«'ss Sl.ifT ('orrrspotidcnl) IjOS ANCil^". i;S. Dec. ll.iUPI—A new ail' a^o was Uerald"d lodav \vith an official annotmeement hy Ihe 1 3. Anny lhal its lirsl rocket plain 1 , the Bell XS-1, has hecn r.uccessfully lest flown ill Mmoc Army Air iS;is-> on the. California deserl. Designed tn rocket nuiti inl'> ;!u- une.xi)lored renlm.s beyend the sp-^ed of so\ind. vhe tiny knlle-v,'i!iueU sl.^: was dro])t>cd from the belly of n IniKe. 1J-2!) Vjombcr Monday and T;iJl-e!ul view above .shows IHo rocket cxhiuisl vent ;nid the; !:nife-shm-|> lines of the XS-I, Ai'iny Air Forces' lirsl lorltet- l>ropcllcct uivphino. Mote t'niu \vjngo, which taper to one-eighth iridi at lips. leaped nearly awaj- in a lO-fn'mnti! .seven minutes on Just :i Toy KillR KOII5, (lie 30-fool BialH H]>e of moving pictures, really ivns only R mnn-inntlc loy, 20 inches tall. Trick photography made him »l>- penr as it liideous crcnturc ul enormous proportions. its operation," The commission said it. plann to take over Ihe Mnnhnttnii d!?- IricL orpaiiiznlinii, including Personnel and properly, "essentially i::tnct." 'esl Pilol Chalmers "SlIcK" odlin uf (irc-i'iisburf!. Pa., lield .he jiliuie's -lO.OoiJ horsepower ro-'I^rl :ubes crrcfuily in check, keepinf: the needle-nosed orufl dovvtx to a ''crawling." 550 mil?s an hour. Next sumim-r, aflei- nl lea.-.t ^fl more ntvlimlim) 1 lll^llls 1 Onoilln\ will unleusli UIL- ])lane's full power, capable of blaslini; Ihe ship lo speeds as hi«h as J.701) mll?s an hour al BO.flflO feel. Glidini; silent'.y away from i!;e mother ship whi<-h seemed to be- standing still, (hei Iwo-ton oranu 1 :colored ct-afl shot up 10,000 leeL to Order Restored In Strike-Ridden Wisconsin City MILW AUICKU, Wis,. l>ce.. 12, (UP) AH »ii|ie»l lor suite troops to iiiiiiiitiilii order ill the slrike-lmin- , peveti Allis-Cliuhneis lavm eo/it\>~j inrnt plunt wtis rejected lodny nl- - ler Sheriff Cjeorgr Hnnlcy inlormccl the Kuvernor thiil the stale nillUift ; \v;is not needed. I The i>.ppr»l for Mate aid - *»s made bv Mayor Arnold 11. KlenU ot ;,i;lr.:i b:\n West Allis, Wis.. wliere cil 'bnUlcsi Iwlween sheriff's deputies and OIO deinoustratovs reached new heie.hl.s of violence M-jiuln.v. liiw. WiiKer Si. Gootlluiwt liad withheld action on the mnyor.i npptvil pi'iKimi; a repoil from llic .sheriff. Slieiifl llmiley's iv|oil was delivered to the Kove: nor - hvsl iil^hl al Madison. Wis. Ooodland told reporters Unit in view of the ro- p-v. I na . i .lale Hoop,-; \vovihl he .sent. 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