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This statement was made in reply to questions about testimony by Sec retary of War Patterson before con gressional committees in the last several weeks that the armed serv ices have no overall plan for na tional defense. Officials who work with the Sec retary said his reference was to co ordinated planning for the whole military eetablishment—Army, Navy and Air—including plans for mo bilization of the Nation's industrial and manpower resources and laws for unified operation of the services. Plans Ready, Nimita Says. Be did not intend to convey the idea, officials told a reporter, that the Army had no operational plans for use of the forces immediately available in case of attack. Admiral Chester W. Nimita, chief of naval operations, told the Senate Armed Forces Committee that de fease plane have been developed by the Joint Chief· of Staff and ap proved by the Secretaries of War and Navy. Mr. Patterson's aides said It Is safe to assume that not only have such plans been formulated but that,.fol· lowing a long-standing custom, they are constantly revised and that the planning is based on as many possi ble forms of attack by as many potential enemies as can be logically assumed. "FteM Plans" Only. However, they added, these plans must be considered as -only "field plans" for the use of men, gun·, ships and planes ready at the time of attack. Mr. Patterson, testifying on the need for service unification, em phasised that planning under exist ing conditions is possible only when all members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff agree. He has contended that no one person short of the President can order «ueh agreement. While Army and Navy official· refuae to discuss detail of opera RELIEF OF PAIN Bf MONTHLY FUNCTIONAL NAJliftHEAfiUHE SUosephlfl ASPIRIN^IU 1 I tional pluming, they have empha slzed in recent months the impor tance of Northern and Pacific defense» m their puhHe statements. Copyright Holders Deny Approving Puccini Show ■y th· Aaaciatad Pm» ROME, April 4.—A spokesman for Casa Ricordi, holder of copy rights of the operas of the late Giacomo Puccini, flatly denied today that it has consented to the use of Puccini music in an American operetta baqed on Puccini's life. The spokesman was commenting on Washington dispatches quoting Attorney General Clark m sayinj the Alien Property Omce —_ licensed Milton L Shubert, New York producer to produce the show after Mr. Shubert had reached an agreement to that end with the O. Ricordi Co. of New York. "Since the Ricordi Co. of New York, which was seised, does not exist," the tpokesm&n Mid, "this agreement does not exist. 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