The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 13, 1950 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1950 Ri,YTHEvn,r,E. (ARJU COURIER NEWS Senate Halts Contempt Charges in Louisiana BATON ROUGE, La., June 13. IF,* — The Louisiana Senate dropped i contempt proceedings lust night aeatnst an editor and publisher j whose- newspaper likened some senators lo "trained seals" and "lackeys" of Gov. Earl Long. *ly a vote of 30-2, with seven fibers not voting, the Senate act^ved a recommendation of a special committee that a jaJl term was "not the answer" to an editorial of June 5 in the New Orleans Hem. Under the state constitution Senate had the power to imprison publisher David stern and editor Clayton Pritchcy up to 10 days for contempt if they were found guilty Immediately upon acceptance of (he committee report, the Senate waived Its rules to allow introduction of a bill to Impose n $3.000 fine and SO days imprisonment for failure of a newspaper to publish a reply to criticism of any person. The measure would require newspapers within 10 days to print in the "same prominence" replies to "any attack r,r criticism regarding the character, reputation, morals, business or profession of any citizen in private, political or public life. . ." It would fix fines from Sl.OOO to Continued from Page 8 it. up, the problem gets more complicated in the other direction, not in getting a missile which .will i knock out another missile, but on (lip. ground, waiting for an attack I ., It's obvious that any anti-missile j missile, to be effective, would have to be sitting on l)>c ground, loaded.' cocked and connected to a radar de- j vice which would automatically fire ', it when the enemy's missile came ! in raiiRC. Human reflexes would be too slow in any of these stages to he any good. 'jlnd.ir f?osf Mounts i7p Thus, the final human decision In : he made in any puidcd missile de-1 tense system is when to have the radar turned on. And that gets into an evaluation of the available Intelligence information or the tenseness of an International situation which is Betting away from tlir strictly military aspects of a missile defense. $3.000 and jail terms from 30 (o 901 r " tile 'asl analysis, the reallv days. i limitiiiK factor In sotting up a dc- An effort to kill the bill failed {««e against guided missiles is na- ! 7 ,j tmnal economy. A]l the elaborate ' nnd complicated electronic devices and radar which are involved in such a defense are fantastically expensive. It's many times more costly than any comparably adequate defense Uncle Sam has ever provided for its citizens befors. If hard realities force the start of such a project, the first problem would be to decide what cities or areas would have to he protected first. The prospect, of putting Pace Sees Hope For World Peace LOUISVILLE. Ky., June 13. (AP) —Secretary ol the Army Frank Pace, Jr., said In an Interview here yesterday that the opportunity for world peace Is greater now than at any time since the end of die last 37-year-old secretary said I war. The simple radar screen for airplanes! a!or)£ (he u'esl. const staggers the ! government budgeteers now. With "the best thinking Is that there is sllch a screen as only the most ele- no immediate prospect of war " He • """'"J' P"*. of a niissiie defense added, however, that "there always. 55 '^™' how much would it cost? k the possibility of something Imp- Tha . k 1»"tion. the military plan- pcntng at any time to throw us into I jjljj? , lop f j, ar " nc ™ r nlive '° war.' Pace was the commencement speaker at the University of Louisville and was presented an honorary doctor-of-laws degree. 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