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February 14, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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MB»IIIVmi.ft«Wt" THUS. D.A.C. Chapter HearsJTalk On National Security Act The Major Brian rendition Chapter of the'Daughters of the American Colonists -met Tuesday afternoon at the Washington Hotel for 1 o'clock -luncheon with Mrs. .Lylc Bryan · and Mrs. Earl Bird, hostesses.. Table decorations were colonial blue and "yellow, the colors of the society. Following the luncheon a program on National Defense was given at the home of Mrs. Bryan. Speaker for the occasion was . Mayor-Powell Rhea'who discussed the national security act of 1947 with the six statutory boards established, and explained the responsibilities of each. The National Security Council Is composed of five members,.fhe president of the United States, the ' vice president, 'the secretary of . state, secretary of defense, and one other, person appointed by the president, John Steelman. The responsibility of this board is for integrating the political, domestic and strategic policies of the United States. The members promote close cooperation .between the department of defense and all other agencies of the government; National Se c u ri ty*Resources Board, which advises the president on military, industrial and civilian mobilization; War Council which decides the broad military policies and problems having to do with national defense; Joint Chiefs of Staff, who prc: pare the strategic plans and all ..Direction of the combined .armed forces, of the United States; R e s e a r c h a n d Development Board, which integrates the research and development program of the department of defense. They keep the secretary of defense advised at all times of the military Implication and application of scientific research; ' Munitions Board, which co-ordinates the procurements and supervises the military, and industrial mobilization as regards munitions supplied to all armed services. Mayor Rhea stated that during the last 150 years, national defense has changed from being almost the exclusive business of a small group of military professionals · to the business of the entire nation. Future wars will be total wars and will require that we utilize every element of our national strength. Management, labor, industry, agriculture,' all share equal responsibility with the many other groups of citizens that make up our nation. Second best .weapons can mean defeat. At the business meeting Mrs. Jack Phillips, Mrs. Rhca, Mrs. W. F. Thomas, Mrs. L. L. Browne were elected delegates and Mrs. Joe Bates, Miss Elizabeth Ellis, Dr. Ruth Lesh'and'Mrs; Chester Harding, alternates, to the annual assembly.of the Arkansas Society, DAC, to be held in Little Rock, March 7. Mrs. Brown is regent of the Arkansas Society and Mrs. Bryan regent of,Major Brian Pcn- dleton Chapter. The chapter voted to contribute to the Fayelteville Boys Club lor play equipment. 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