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Jew Designated As ‘inventor of the Year’ by Washington Institute

May 12, 1966
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Dr. Samuel Ruben, an inventor, who is a Jew, who perfected the mercury battery used in the life-saving heart pacemaker, has been designated "Inventor of the Year for 1965," it was announced here by the Patent, Trademarks, and Copyright Institute of George Washington University, he was recognized for his many achievements in electronics. The mercury battery is out one of some 300 inventions patented by Dr. Ruben.

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