Independent from Long Beach, California on April 4, 1963 · Page 8
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 8

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, April 4, 1963
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PSORIASIS? .leaa-tr*d*f «k» tint 1 «my»: O) · R«te» ttaanriri n krfar*... main. Strikers Sentenced, MADRID W)--Prison sentences ranging from 2 to 12 years were handed out by a Spanish military t r i b u n a l Wednesday bs the last of a series of trials arising from a wave of labor' strikes last spring. A total of 115 per sons have been tried since Feb. 20. · , · . Kennedy Flays Ike on Spending, Space (Cofltinaed froai Page A.-1) where Eisenhower is vaca-'iaunched the Tint successful tioning. an aide said the foe- satellite into space orbit mer President would not com- INDEfENDENT-fi-IA.I ' J . B U T L E R S AN EXCLUSIVE BREAKTHROUGH! meat on Kennedy's remarks.) Kenedy had clearly been prepared in advance to de- we should reconcile ourselves end his fiscal policies, and to a slow pace in space. I iij criticism of Eisenhower's,don't think so." the President lolicies became more pointed NOW|preen Stamp Books are your MAGIC CW p ET to DISNEYLAND Come in and ask us how to redeem your S H Green Stamps for Visits to Disneyland! OPEN SUNDAY NOON TIL 5 P.M. 1AEEWOOD CENTEE MOM.-TEL 333-UB 5252 LAKEWOOD SAT. 9-JO TO 5:30 -IF WE ARE going to get into the question of whether s he progressed. · · *' KENNEDY n o t e d that Eisenhower's budget adviser hen and now was Maurice Stans. "Under Maurice Stans, this country had the largest peace- ime deficit in history," he said. *It took a $500-mfflion surplus and put it into a 112.5-billion deficit ·It had the largest outflow of gold dollars in our history, 1959. about $35 billion. We tad two recessions. 1953 and 1960 and we had the highest said. Kennedy emphasized that tepped-irp space programs and increased defense spending had caused the budget to ise tinder his administration. The following things were lecessary. he argued, to bring bout the following increases ince he succeeded Eisen- vower--16 combat-ready drvi- ions instead of 11, doubling the number of Polaris mis- iles. increasing the cumber f bombers on 15-minute alert rom 33 percent of the Strate- ;ic Air Force to 50 percent. md addition of 46 ships to p e a c e t i m e unemployment. 1959. since World War II. ·That is not a record that we plan to duplicate if we can help it." * · * · VEERING into space. Ken nedy said, that he and Con gress had agreed list yea that the United States "should make a major effort to be first in space." Congress approved the effort a 1 m o s unanimously, he said. Eisenhower's opposition t a major space effort, th President said with som asperity "is not * new pos tion for him." He said "it i the position I think he too from the time of Sputnik on, the time when R u s s i B U T L E R S j CHILDREN'S (QiF Spectacular FEATURING... 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I am concerned that we are not putting in enough (to domestic programs) rather than too much." the President said, "because the population of this country is growing three million people a year. · * * · "I THINK WE ought to recognize that the percentage of our budget expenditures as a percentage of our gross national product are about the same as they were all through the fifties. "The debt as a percentage of our gross national product is steadily declining." The President returned to the budget wan later in his press conference, but on the second time around, he left Eisenhower out of the fight His target was the opponents of foreign aid. · * · · ·THOSE WHO say we should cut out foreign assistance by a billion and a half even though this assistance is vital to the maintenance of a good many countries independence." Kennedy said, are also heard m a k i n g anti-Communist speeches calling for prevention of Communist take-oven in Latin America. 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Shoemaker. 35, a former San Diego secretary, was awarded $650,000 in court after the 1939 accident State insurance already hai paid her $250.000. Assistant Finance Director Stanley B. Fowler told member! of the Governmental Ef ficiency Committee that the state had offered a $500,000 compromise -- including the insurance -- and had been turned down by the court. Sen. Randolph Collier. D- Yreka. caEed the offer -fair" and said the original judgment was "exceedingly excessive." "1 don't see any harry in paying this." he said. LAKEWOOD CENTER 5252 LAKEWOOD PHONES M£tco!I J-llll CAritU 1-0901 Sol 9-JO-SJOr Son. Noon TO 5 PJi Msn. Tfern Fri. 9JO-9JO FAMILY VACATION? fcl^ai JFir rt 1 »M *M I i r a. MI i-t 7 new L»t j ^TTi^^rSiS" 19 inch "Celebrity* PORTABLE TV Washes Cniy t£ lu j? a latns--fnof r csSn fiiUjW atxsat · » · · » « · · · -« · · · » · '·§ Tteta Bcttag "jcrf " f*^ y^fegaf £ ITS LIKE 2, WASHERS IN ONE! 3_ E PHONE I^EtcaH 3-1131 to ?^(fc Sat 9J3 to S JO: Sun. Kasn to $

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