The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 2, 1948 · Page 2
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PACT ~ Preparedness Need Reaffirmed AJr Policy Board Say* U.S. Mutt Get Ready for Atom War •~'ff Charlei W .Corddry IMte* rr*« Aviation Writer WMKWOTON, March 2. (UP) — The 'Congressional Aviation' Policy Board said yesterday the U. S. must get ready qa'ckly for atomic war by spending up to (78,000,000.000 for national defense in the next five World politics could explode into open *ar at any time, the board said. Supreme air power U America'* best Insurance against "detent and alamy" if war should come in "tn» age of atomic bombs, of radio-active dust, of bacteriologies •jntaminatlon and guided missiles.' The board aaid that the U. S Air l>orce and Navy air arm mus have 340*1 nxxiern plane* to oe able to "defend the country. It envisioned these desirable mil itary expenditures during the fiv y«art beginning nejcl July 1: All military aviation: $35,390,000, CM) to 139,380,000,000. Aircraft procurement: «H,220.000. 000 to »I«MO,000,000. All national defense: J70.040.030, 000 to »7«,030,000,000. Military Leaden Rapped The recommendations were mac in a ifcOOO-word report on militar and civ" air policy .by a 10-ma board. It was headed by Sen. Owe BWwster, R., Me., and Hep. Ca Hlnahtw, R., Cal. .The board severely criticized the BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MARCH t, 1948 Specks of Knowledge Heavy Wattr' So/* Plot Ir/nas Arrttt of 11 MUNICH, March 2, <UP) — The newspaper Suddeulsche Zcitung said yesterday that 11 persons have been arrested by German police i>) plot to sell a Urge supply of icavy water brought to Munich from Norway before the German collapse. Heavy water Is a material Useful n nuclear research. The supply was said to amount to eight halt liters, burled In aluminum containers by a Munich University assistant on hU estate near Ammerse*. The assistant was killed, the paper aald and his wife tried to sell the heavy water to SwlM Interests who offered iOflOO »wls* francs per bottle. Placed against a ruler, these books, two of the tiniest in the world, measure only % of an inch high and S ol an inch wide. Th* miniature volumea, "Extracts From the Autobiography of Calvin Coolidge" and "Washington's Farewell Address," were presented t" Hobart College in Geneva, N. V., by C. V. Cole. ration's military leaders for failing thus lar to prepare atomic-age strategic plans as required by the National Security (unification) Act of 1947. And it rapped the Uudgel Bureiiu for giving Congress "arbitrary" ap- ! proprlatlon propo.sMs for the ncxl fiscal year that "do not even approximate the stated requirements of the services." The joint Senate-House committee said civiliz.itio.n Uxlny "stands vulnerable to annihilation." ••More devastating weapons and more competent weapon curriers than those which struck Hiroshima RIC in existence," the board said. Long Wins Primary By 2M,557 Majority BATON ROUGE, La., March 3 (UP)—Secretory of State Wade O Martin, Jr., yesterday released the dual official results of last Tues day's runoff Democratic primary showing that Earl K. Lung won the Kovernorsliip by a majority of 214, 657 votes. Long's majority probably was thi greatest In the state's history. Hi received a total ot 438,528 votes. Hii opponent. Sam Houston Jones o LaXe Charles, ncelved 323,971. Jon* Fronton to Wto* Plane Crash Jtoccutr NEW YORK, March. J. (UP) — Jane Roman, singer who nearly lo»t her life In an airplane crash near Lisbon five years ago, will marry the plane's co-pllot, John Curtis Burn, SS, who saved her, It wa» announced yesterday. Careleu With Utth CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (UP)—Within a month, forgetful women passengers left a total of |1,*00 cash In Jimei Keith's taxlcab. 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