The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 10, 1950 · Page 11
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PAQI THI NATION TODAY— Joint Chiefs of Staff Are Country's Top Military Planners V By JAMES MABLOW WASHINGTON, July 10. {f>— Four men—the Joint chlefi of staff- art the top military planners In this country. It's their k* to figure out what the armed forces of this country can, or can't, or should do in any given situation. )iver Recovers Store Teeth TAW, Call/., Jury 1«. (*)—Doyl« MERCED, Calif., Julr It. CV-AI Cameron, IT, iwam underwater the Castle Air Force Baw icrfMitt I full length of tb» ckty plunge— tood on the bank of * lake *nd MOM 60 feet. i watched a diver, with homemade AJ ht dr«w himself up on the apparatus, aalvage a capaijed motor- polo's edge to receive th* plaiidils Back' in 1*47 CongreK decided to put an end to the old conflict be- the Army, Navy and Air tween Force. While each was completely independent of the other, they often worked at cross purposes and competed with eaeh other for money to I spend, for equipment, and even for |«nen. And their ideas on military plan- Ining went off in opposite directions I If, somehow, they could be brought I together, Congress thought, this (wasteful conflict might be endeg). So in 1947 Congress' passed an ac I to "unify" the armed forces. Unde I this act the group known as "th I Joint chiefs of staff" was created. Its lour members are: Genera I Omar Bradley, chairman; Genera |j. Lawton Collins, chief of staff o Ithe Army: Admiral Forrest Sher I man. chief of. Naval operations; an I General Hoyt S. Vandenberg. chle \<A »UM ot the Air force. ^f'Meet When Necessary All four men have their offices in I the Pentagon, that massive home o Underwater Swim \Fatal to California* McMoth Outlines Week's Schedule LITTLE ROCK, July 10. (/l')-Gov. rnor McMath's headquarters has boat. of his friends, be slipped back into I the armed forces. But they don' I meet every day. sitting around I table, arguing eight hours a day. They have no fUed schedule for I meetingi. They may get together I once a week or twice a week, or ev- I ery day if there's a crisis, as there | was with Korea a week ago. The reason tney don't have to I meet round-the-clock Is that they I have other people doing the spade I work for them. This is then turned 1 over to them for final decision. ore* officers, part of the 200-ma teff which works for the JCS. And the way the job is done go» ;e this: Say It's necessary to fig ure out how we should fight a wa 1th Russia, If that becomes neces ary. Should the U. S. try to attac rom the Arctic, through Western Europe, or from Asia or perha rom all three directions? The group on strategy will lack his. calling on the other groups for elp, such as on military iulelli- ence or information. The strategy group will have to onsider a million details: Weather, lothiiig, equipment, transportation, he number of men and planes and hips needed, whether long-range bombing or land attack U best. When this strategy group of Army, Navy and Airmen has worked out what it considers a reasonable plan ir plans—ft makes its recommendations to the committee of the JCS. Bradley Can't VoU Then this committee of two generals and an admiral goes over trie John Adrian, former Navy diverjtht water, used a gas mask, air hoae and fu Friends and firemen, working two compressor. It required 40 dives Into and one half hours, were unable 40 feel of water to attach grappling to revive him. The coroner said looks lo the boat. [death yesterday resulted from Then the sergeant e«»e forward. h ««t atUck. He said that, only the day before, _ he had lost a set of false teeth IrUFronkie) Hit in Wallet the same spot. Would Adrian — for **—* I SANTA MONICA, Calif.. July 10 Splash. Adrian went back to work, (flv-Pending trial Sept, 8 of Nancy On his second dive he came up with Sinatra's separate maintenanc the store teeth. The urge didn't suit, her estranged husband, Fran give his name. I kit the crooner, must pay h«r $2,150 t monthly for support for herself an I three minor children. Superior court also ordered Sin I atra to pay M,WO in attorney fee . In connection with the suit. Frankl Trapped in Chamber, Divert Fatally Burned 1 ROME, July 10. (AP>—Two deep 1 Is In England, where actress sea diver* were burned to death in Gardner Is making a film. a decompression chamber at Bar!, Italy, dispatches reported Saturday. 1 The reports »ald the two divers, Angela Balatzl and Narclsco Del Cargo, had just entered the chain- j her when the fire broke out. By the time attendants got the doors opened the two men were dead. nnoimwd week. his schedule for next Monday, July 10—Handshaking at Monlicello and Crossett in aflcr- noon; speech «t Crossetl., 8 p.m. Tuesday, July 11—Handshaking Lake village and Eudora, nfler- noon; barbecue Ht Texflrkana, 3 p.m Wednesday, July 12—Handshak- ng. Montgomery County; statewide radio address at Hot Springs, fi p.m Thursday, July 13—headquarters North Little Rock, 8 p.m. Friday, July 14 — Handsliaklm oimKli County, afternoon; Blytlie vine, 8 p.m. Saturday, July 15—Handshaking Conn-ay; Russellvllle, 8 p.m. mall Craft K»ttriet»J DETROIT, JULY 10. (/P)~ Anoth er "security" restriction.was ordered Rturdny for a Great Lakes water ay. Small craft (less than 100 gross ons) were banned from tlie main Livingstone) channel of tHe De roll River in (ho vicinity of the Grosse lie Naval Air D?.se. Red Trade Prohibited HOftG KONG. July 10. m— Til Hong Kong government Snturdft passed an extraordinary ordlnanc prohibiting all trade Nort Korea. Trade with the ncds ha been Insignificant. denies Spy Charge LONDON, July 10. (/I'j—Tlie For elgn Office has denied Romania charges that-a British embassy at .Hclie in Bucharest was a spy. Tile foreign olflce said, however It would withdraw the official, Thlr Secretary R. A. King, as the no nianlaii government had requeslei Senate f o Set Test Vote on FEPC Debate WASHINGTON, July 10, W)Senate lenders go through Die formality today or selling up a tesl volq In the Scnnle Wednesday on a Pair Employment- rrnctices Com mission (FEPC) Bill. Senator Luciu of Illinois, the Dem'ocmtic leartfr, u-ns expected t flic n tlebiilc-limUliig cloture pet Labor Majority Cut LONDON. Julr 1«. <*>—AJ1 •*- jolnlment to BriUln't hl»h court cut the labor •o**mment'( (oust of Common* majority, a* east temporarily, to acvca yotw, r rhe government now faeM a by- election to fill the Mat vacated by elevation of T«renc« N. Donoran, :,aborltc MP from Leicester, to th* bench. Leicester la retarded ai a sale labor district. ' ition to kill off- even before hnd a chance to start—a Sonthcri filibuster ngatnst the measure which is part of President Truman' civil rights Under the petition, the Semite would vote Wednesday on shutting oft the non-existent debate on a Lucns motion to take up the hill. The measure would set up an FEPC with power In cnlorce l>; orders against racial discrlmlna- day for a checkup and was given a j tlon In the tilling of Industrial blood transfusion lor what physic- jobs. Ootfy'j Tummy Tired HOLLYWOOD, July 10. W — Actress Dorothy I>ainour Is replied "considerably belter" at Good Samaritan Hospital. She entered the hospital Thnrs- ians described us abdominal fatigue. [ Southern Senators remained con-| as vital. llclent Luc R.I won't b* abl* to eom- m:im! the 64 "yes" votea needed t» clamp on a debate (af. He got only 52 on a similar test Majr It. If he can't limit debate, UlcaJ had made It clear he will itr* up efforts lo gel the measure (his session. . His premonition of fallurt to a» marked that he hasn't even include ed the FEPC measure on the adi ministration's program for future legislative action. Democratic National Chairman William M. Boyle, Jr. called on party officials In a letter Saturday to prod their Senators to attend Wednesday's session for the vot*. He said the party regards ttw lwu« of about JOO officers from the Army Navy and Air Force. This staff oc- I euplM a wins of the Pentagon and I it ii broken up thi* way: 1. Committees. There are severa committees, each specializing in t certain field. Each committee ha? three members—one from each o: three branches of the service. Almost always these committee mem bers are generals and admirals. For example: there's a committee on strategy, another on intelligence o military Information, and so on. Baa Bel* of 'Group'' 3. Each committee in turn ha | the help, of a "group." A group i made up ot Army, Navy and Air problem, and the recommendatioii. It either approves or sends it back to the group lor more working over But say it thinks the plan prepared by the group is all right. It hen recommends this to Bradley and the other three members of he JCS. The JCS can approve or send it back for more' study. But—although Bradley Is chairman of the JCS and can take part m its discussion, under the law he cannot vote when-the other three members get around to making a decision, And—the decision of'those three men must be unanimous. If one dis agrees, then they turn the proble: over to the secretary of defense Louis Johnson, for decision. Since in this country civilians are in control, on the big questions th JCS can make no decisions but ca only recommend to the two of our military set-up: Presiden Truman, who is commander-in chief, or Louis Johnson, secretAi: of defense. But—since recommendations the JCS are supposed lo represen the best military brains we hav« they have tremendous weight. PIANO TUNING and Radio Repair Done by Bonded Serviceman Every Job Guaranteed f very thing in Music I Supplies and Repairs fVE MAKE RECORDS BROOKS MUSIC STORE ll«7 I. Mala You're Invited too DEMONSTRATION WED.-JULY12 SEE THE MASSEY-HARRIS TRACTOR AND EQUIPMENT IN ACTION! We want to prove to you how rugged and efficient Massey- Harris farm equipment is...why it's the best investment you can make for greater farm profits. So plan to come to this field demonstration just north of our place on North Hiway 61... .Wednesday (he 12th. 61 Implement Co. North Hiway 61 Phone 2142 PUZZLE: Who Gets The COLOSSAL $25,000,000.00 COLLEGE? Laney proposes to cripple the University of Arkansas and four other state-supported colleges Bf stripping them of their agricultural departments. Our University, with its 5,000 enrollment, has reached new heights of attainment and compares favorably with Universities of our sister states. SHALL WE ROB IT OF ONE OF ITS MOST IU- PORTANT DEPARTMENTS? MY ANSWER IS "NO." SHALL WE CRIPPLE OUR COLLEGES AT RUSSELLVILLE, MONTICELLO, MAGNOLIA AND JONESBORO BY TAKING FROM THEM THEIR DEPARTMENTS OF AGRICULTURE? AGA1M, MY ANSWER IS "NO." My ppponent proposes to establish one huge college of agriculture comparable to Texas A & M or Oklahoma A & M. A conservative estimate of the annual cost of operating such an institution amounts to $5,000,000 (five million dollars) THIS IS COMPARABLE TO THE PRESENT COMBINED ANNUAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR; The University of Arkansas, Arkansas Tech, Magnolia ACrM, Monticello ACrM and Arkansas State College at Jonesboro. My Answer to This Super-drnper Colossal Proposal Is To Strengthen All These Institutions We Have With Ample Appropriations and MOT Roh Them of a Fine Heritage. QVCfTIOff, ML LAJfCT: Tefl Hie alumni of each ot these institutions and the people throughout the state how you propose te spe*4 thie $5,000,000 (five Million ooMars) Motional sum annually and at the same time REDUCE TAXES? - ' f QOESTIOM MO, 2, MIL LAMET: Where oe yo« propose te obtain the $25,000,000 '* wiH require to fcufld the imtjtutton yo« pr»p>»? As For Myself, I Shall Never Snhmit To Amy Proposal Which Wonld Tend to Destroy the Effectiveness of the University of Arkansas ami Omr Fine State-smnported Colleges. In Short, My Answer to Smch a Proposal Is A Final, Emphatic "NO!" , Tune-In! R*z0rtack Network Broaekaet Hew Governor McMath Speak AT, JULY 12, S F. M. The CvMtnMtipe DEMOCRATIC CMtMate F«r A StCMri Term PcNtfeol Adv. P<u4 far a* Henri Woo*,

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