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TWO The N*wa, Frederick, Md., Friday, December 7, 1951 HugeB-36s ReturiiHome FORT WORTH. Dec 6 #-Six B-36 sky giants, designed to deliver the atom comb more than 10,000 miles, returned to home base today after a non-stop training flight to Africa- They came 'tack to Carswell Air Force base from one of-several supersecret American Air Force bases being built around the world for global defenses. The trip was about 4,984 miles each way. It was the first time the big fellows had landed at the new field at Sidi Slunane, French Morocco, according to Maj. L. A. Prouix, intelligence officer. Crewmen called the flight routine. They sported bright red fezzes and brought excess francs they didn't have time to spend. When they arrived in Africa Sunday they changed their Yankee dollars into francs and then found they couldn't change their excess francs back into dollars. So they just invested most of them in perfumes, wallets, fezzes and hassock covers. 200 En Route Home The wind-up of thp training flight comes Saturday when some 200 maintenance and ground men return aboard three C-124 planes. They left yesterday and will make four stops en route. The B-36's flew into home base in trail formation, spaced 15 minutes apart. They were in constant radio contact with each other during the 27-hour return flight. It took them 21 hours to fly over It was the second flight across the Atlantic for the Strategic Air Command planes Thpy flew to England last January 12 and returned January 21. ; Â· "The best part of the flight was the food we had," said Capt j Clement M, Maloncy of Jacksonville, 111., who commanded the first! one to lard here "Before we left Africa we took on 54 fillet mignons. 18 quarts o f , milk, three dozen eggs. 40 slices j of bacon and 38 loaves of bread for our plane " Capt. Maloney's planp was com-1 manded on the flight over by Mai. Grayson H. Bowers, J r , of Frederick, Md., who became ill and remained behind. Reds Stifle Use Of Science * WASHINGTON, Dec. 6 (#}--The State Department suggested today that Communist Prty domination of science is stifling the goose that could lay the golden eggs of progress in the Soviet Union. An article on "thought control" among Soviet scientists and schol-, ars, published in the department's weekly "bulletin," declared that freedom of research and exchange of ideas "has become more and more curtailed as the web of Communist party control has been extended." Russian science is pictured as coming under the complete control of a vast and strangling bureaucracy which discourages initiative straifihtjackets the development of new ideas, and smashes the careers of those who show any independence of Red ideology. State Department officials believe, in fact, that regimentation of thought is one of the great and perhaps fatal weaknesses in the Soviet system. They appear convinced, for example, that in the long run the Soviet system of controlled science cannot rival the free science of the west in turning out atomic weapons or jet planes, not to speak of more peaceful products which strengthen a nation Some student 1 ; of Russian affairs in the goveinmcnt predict the Russians never will be able to overtake America's lead in atomic weapons although they do assume that the Soviets can produce enough bombs to cause the United States considerable damagi- in any war. The best opinion available here is that the Russians so far have not been able to build very many bombs out of the information and know- GKEDE HEADS NAM NEW YORK. Dec 6 XT--William J. Grede of Milwaukee. "VVis., pioneer in good labor relations, to night was chosen president of the National Association of Manu i'acturcrs, He is president of Gt rd Foundries. I n c , which employs 1, 100 workers in five Wisconsin anc one upper Michigan plant. GIVE STAMPS FOR CHRISTMAS Scott, Whitman, White Ace, Minkus, Grossman Albums AT THE KEY STAMP CO. 116-A E. Patrick St. Hrs. 3:30-5:30 Wk. Days--Sat, 9-9 how they obtained through espionage from tho United States in the war years. One v of lhÂ« Â· widely held ideas About Russia during the war and in the first postwar years was that although it lacked skilled workmen in great numbers, it possessed scientists as good as thoso of any other land. Fined $25 After Slight Accident, Charles Leroy Castle, of 489 West Patrick street, who was charged with reckless driving following a slight accident on Route 240 Sunday, was fined $25 and costs by Magistrate H. Reese Shoemaker, Jr., Jin Peoples Court Thursday morning. Castle was found not guilty of failure to identify Wm- self following an accident. Castle was passing a car operated by Mrs. Ftuth Elizabeth Anderson of Clarksburg when he pulled too close. Castle's bumper hit the left front fender of the other car, doing minor damage. Edwin F. Nikirk was attorney for Castle, and Trooper Patrick Stakem preferred the charges,. Collateral was forfeited by Floyd S. Palmer, Warfordsburg, Pa., overweight, $26; Erancis V/. Summers, overweight, $76; William A. Gaither, Highland, overweight, $42; Ja.ncs J. Cook, Bolivar, W. Va,. failure to obey traffic control device, $10; Lillian Abernathy. Clarke Place, fail- to stop for school bus, $10;' Stevenson' White, Owings Mills, failure to obey state road marker, $1, and Edward D. Wach- tÂ«r. South Carroll street, fail to stop for stop sign, $5. The arrests were made by Officer E. A Luf.sey and Troopers Stakem, D. A. Tucker, and E. C. Crowthcr. Bromberg, American Actor, Is Found Dead LONDON, Dec. 6 VP)--J. Edward Bromberg, American actor famed for his character roles, was found dead today in his apartment here. He would have been 48 years old on Christmas day. A leading player on Broadway and in many movies, Bromberg was starring on the stage here in "The Biggest Thief In Town." Scotland Yard officers said death was due to natural causes. Bromberg came to England six weeks ago and had been appearing in the play for four weeks. The actor was born in Temesvar, Hungary, and was educated in New York, a graduate'of City College. This was his first stage appearance in England., His last appearance on the New York stage was with Betty Field and Elliot Nugent in DAIRY FARM FOR SALE This 211 acres oi rolling: and most productive land Is located In upper Glade Valley. Improvements include 8 room stone dwelling with electric water In kitchen; garage; new concrete block cow barn with 20 stanchions and 3 room milk house; bank barn and loafing stable connected by concrete walk to cow barn; silo; machinery shed, etc. All buildings and roofs have been painted this year and are in excellent condition. Owner asks $32,500. or best oner and will finance responsible buyer owning stock and equipment, for $7,500. cash and balance on long' term low interest niortpaRe. 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