The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 3, 1952 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

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PAGE SIXTEEN Air Force to Gel $17 Billion of Military Budget Money to Be Used for Contacts During Next Fiscal Year Bjr LTON-C. FAT E AP Millimry Attain Reporter WASHINGTON <iH — The Air Force was reported today to be getting a 1714- billion dollar slice , ot a total J 40,700,000,000 appropriation budget requested for the De- tenu Department In the next Us *al year. Tint estimate came from a noil qualified but unidentifiable official •ource.; ; It represents the money Which the Defense Department Is •sklng ,the White House and Con- grew to appropriate or authorize Jor contracts In the year beginning July 1, 1953. The actual spending budget- money 'paid lot new projects or deliveries on military orders already outstanding—will be more, probably something over 47 billion dollar* for tha Defense Department. The Air Force, as In the , case of the approprlntlon budget, will have the largest expenditure budget of the three services, Word on the sire of the new military budget, which now Is awaiting preliminary approval by the White House and Budget Bureau ^id final action by tha next Congress, followed by a day a news conference of Defense Secretary Robert A. Lovett which produced: 1. Disclosure that he hm approved Inclusion In the budget request of some funds to start work on a third supercarrler, a sister •Up of the 60,000-ton USS Forrestal, now building, and the USS Saratoga, tha keel of which will be laid this month. 1 J. A Hat assertion by Lovett (hot h« differed with a top Air Force official, Under Secretary Roswell Ollpatrlc, that the United states has Instead of one Air Force a total of four—the USAP, the Navy's air arm, the Marine's force and the Army's aviation units, j The Air Force, which In the pa-it has contended the Navy Is encroaching, , with Its carrier air fleet, on the USAF's sfrntegio bombing field, didn't like the pro- posal'for even the first supeicar- rier. It feels the same way about the second and third—and the rest of the seven other huge flattops that Navy Secretary Dan KImball want* built. That was one thing which appeared to be- Implicit In Qilpafrlo's recent speech. • • Prodded by questions about the Gtlpatrlo speech and about possible jduplloatipn of effort by the USAF and Navy in the air, Lovett said: v 1. ,He happened to differ with Gllpatrlc'* views. < 2 Yes, there probably is.some point at which some duplication Is reached.but the more methods there are of delivering explosives on a target the better off we are 3 Tl.e thing to do Is to give the services what they reasonably t need for a reasonable function. By HABRF P. «NVDE« WASHINGTON'W — Polloe-een- eorshlp of all coinlci and pocket- alz6 books was viewed with favor today by lawmaker* Jnveitig*ttaK ways to curb sales of obscene toe gruesome literature. A special House committee engaged In tha probe called for additional testimony on th» «ub}«ot today but most members seemed to favor the way the Detroit poH« handle the problem. , They heard Inspector Herbert Case yesterday detail th« operations of his tjureau. which censors all comics and pocket-si«e books that are offered to sale la the Michigan city. Case; explained how enforcement of a strict state law against the sale of obscene books has kept off the news stands a large volume of material sold elsewhere In the country. Case testified that distributors voluntarily go along with hli bu- Police Censorship of Comics 4/K/ Books May Be in Making CAKKQ CUUKiUK Salt Is used In the manufacture of steel and various chemicals. West Virginia Officers Hunt Five Convicts CHARLESTON, W. Va (T)—West Virginia stnte police were, pressing the search today for five dangerous escaped convicts from Pennsylvania after nnbblng. one fugitive In a Western Union office here last night. v James Milk, 25, of Duqtiesne, Pa., WPS unarmed when arrested a* he came In to pick "Op money he ex- peeled to get by wire from home; Police Identified him at one of :hc fhe convicts from Pittsburgh's Western State Penitentiary who held A •family of five n« prisoners for two days. Out of the !0 knife-wielding con- icts wlio broke out of prison Sunday, five were still at large today. >ne ot them was not with the quin- el who holed up from Sunday morning until early yesterday at he home of Emile Lcrby In the llt- le mining town of Rea, Pa Pennsslvmila state police said the convicts took .two cars, two guns, knives | and clothes from the Lerby place and sped toward West Virginia An automobile later found abandoned in Wheeling, W; Vn., tallied with a description of a car taken from the Lerbys. rew .whea drawal. they request a, with- 10 Scholarships' Offered Students NEW YORK (*)—To encourage more young men to take up engineering, the American Society of Tool Engineers 1« offering 10 aehoJ- arshlpa O i ,700 each to engineering student* In American and Cana! dlan colleges. The society, which ha* *om« 23,009 production expert* among its members, t» offering the "~ . —"•••*»*%••< ** • viAdtiig Vive 1WM scholarship* to college student* in WEDNESDAY,' Dgp. t, IN* ttwir fourth «r ftfth year who an taking aubJacU in the ganeral category of tool engineering,. in- eluding web counts u meUl pro. ceasing," tool Oaten, plant layout, Inipectlon and advanced manufacturing procewe*. For the last two j»ar», th» 10- clcty bu awarded Hv« |3W ichol- «r»hlp«. The 1»» awirdt reprts«it an IncrcaM o( more than HO per cent In Uw program. Largest' new»priat producer Uw United State. It located Maine. Fat, Top. CHICAGO W)-Ta JWr yMterdajr ww h*at ot'l* a«rieuH la the United etete* in The decialon iras ™«/i. w ben <rf the lnUcn»tton«l tion of ndn and 10 SURE-TO-GiT-THERE SHORT CUTS TO A MAN'S HEART AT CHRISTMAS CHOOSE HERE THE FOR YOUR TOP MEN ! The type of storms known as'hur- ricanes in the Atlantic and typhoons In the Pacific are known as csctonei which they appear in the Indian Ocean. SEE WATER CLINIC ON Poge 9 Your "Best Bets" for Dad . . . and f/ie' Other Boys! We have the kind of. gifts that «rery man likes ... at the thrifty prices every woman loves., Walk in with an idea . . . walk out with the just-right gift! Shown are just a few of .. , I the many, many smart ,' gifts for a man's Christmas you'll find here. Come on down! By Becker Kentucky's ••-iridistirujuis 5 Years Old to Holiday Hospitality Add fame to your name at a friend and host. Send and •erve the favorite Bonded Bourbon of Kcutuckians. lusisl on it... in Familiar Fifth or Mansion Gift PacUge ... at belter stores tod37. OLD FITZGERALD OLD FASHIONED ...*<t<sm*,4to&, STITZa-WtLlER DISTILLERY, ESTAB, LOUISVILLE, W, 1M9 Distributed by MOON mSTKHiUTrNG CO. Mtllc Rock Ark lONDfD KENTUCKY STRAIGHT lOimoN WHIiKlY 100 MOOT Ghe him a "warm hand" (or two) >tith fur-lined gloves. I By Stafford A flannel robe for snug "evenings at home; with matching bag. ' By McGregor He'll look smart and keep warn in this windbrMikcri quilted lining. By Daniel Green For his happy fireside moments, a piiir of leather slippers. By McGregor He'll look and feel years younger in this jaunty sports shirt. By, Arrow, and Beau Brummel Neckties ... a wide selection: the kind he'd choose for himself. By Arrow What every man needs more of: fine handkerchiefs; gift boxed. MEAD 322 By Hickok i $ Genuine leather belt; Hack or <an. Handsomely gift packaged. By McGregor Surround him w ith fur-soft luxury in this cashmere sweater. By Coopers Thrill him to his toes in tout-warn plain ami

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