National Geographic : 1943 Nov
RAINBOW IN THE SKY There is good news in the work of Ameri can laboratories. It is a reason for confi dence in the war - a promise for the future. Little is said about our scientists because they labor behind locked doors and their work is secret. But the topside of the Ger man and Japanese armies and navies know about them. Things they do turn up at the front and make life harder for our enemies. After the war, from these same scientists and their laboratories, will come the things that make jobs, comforts, conveniences and luxuries for the American people. They hold out prospects for good use of the opportunities victory will bring. The Bell Telephone Laboratories, with some seven thousand workers, are among the many research groups that are devoted to winning the war. When that is done, Bell System scientists will be back on their old job of making your telephone service, and your human contacts over the distances, easier and better than ever. BELL TELEPHONE SYSTEM HELP THE WARBY MAKINGONLYVITALCALLS TO WAR-BUSY CENTERS. THAT'S MORE AND MORE ESSENTIAL EVERY DAY.