The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 21, 1963 · Page 12
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 12

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Peak In Spending For WASHINGTON (AP)-The peak in defense spending appears in sight. But there are unknowns and uncertainties that .could prevent any substantial dowhturti or even a leveling off in the years ahead. Several key administration officials, including Budget Director Kermit Gordon, have been speaking optimisticaly of late. Pentagon, authorities agree there is a basis for such optimism. President Kennedy's proposed budget for the coming bookkeeping year contemplates record peacetime military spending of about $51 billion—more than half the total federal budget This is about $8 billion higher than the last military spending proposals submitted to Congress by President Dwight D. Eisenhower before he left the tVhite House two years ago. Much of the heavy increase grew from the Kennedy adminis Pomona News First Plane Ride On Leisurely Trip By MARY HUDELSON A trip of more than two months took Mrs. Myrtle Coltrane from Pomona to Painted Post, N. Y., down to Tennessee and back to Pomona. This was the first time that she was free to stay as long as she wanted to when away from home. Another first was the plane trip from New York to Tennessee. Mrs. Coltrane visited with Mr. and Mrs. Orville Coltrane and family at Painted Post from Nov. 20 until Jan. 9. Family and friends then persuaded her to visit her old home town at Savannah, Term., where she was a guest of a cousin, Wallace B. Carperton, and family, and other relatives and friends. Of parti cular interest were visits with former pupils. She taught school in the area for seven years before her marriage. Friends and relatives held open house for her at Olive Hill where she was born. Mrs. Raymond Wagner, Rich mond, Mrs. Bill Williams, Ottawa, and three junior leaders attended the meeting of the Victory Workers 4-H Club Feb. 13 as judges. The meeting was at the home of Mrs. Leo Wittman, leader. Mrs. John Baker and Mrs. Carrol Miller were elected to the advisory board to serve with Mrs. Bessie Sleichter and Mrs. Leo Wittman. After the roll call with an item, about George, Washington, the club practiced songs to be used at the County 4-H Club Day m Ottawa. Posters emphasizing 4-H Week, March 2-9, will be distributed by the club. Mike Miller and Neal Baker are to supply the stakes for the posters to be made by Carol Mohn and Linda Griffin under Mrs. Sleichter's direction. Treva Miller gave a project talk on her last year's sewing. The music appreciation was given by Ellen Harkins. "Safety for Bicycle Riders" was given as an activity number by Neal Baker Wieners and marshmallows were roasted in the fireplace by the 14 members present. Mrs Carol Miller, Mrs. Wittman, Mrs. Sleichter and Mrs. Roy Reed, a guest. A letter has been received from a former Pomona resident inquiring about former schoolmates. Robert Logan Wymer, now living at 1715 First Street North, Nampa, Idaho, was rear ed in Pomona and went to school here. He would like to hear from anyone who remembers him. He was in school here somewhere around the turn of the century or shortly before. He may be reached at the above address. A group of high school jusic students were taken by Mrs. Louise Welborn to Ottawa to see the Ottawa High performance of Finian's Rainbow." Anita Clark, Linda Love, Robert Langley and Fred Hamilton report they received a great deal of benefit in attending the Kansas music educators' music conference at Lawrence. Mrs. Delbert Eichinger entertained the senior MYF at her home Sunday evening following the regular meeting. The evening was spent playing games. Refreshments were served by the hostess. A good crowd was in attendance at the Methodist Church Sunday to hear Rev. S. E. Hopkins from the Bethany Baptist Church, Ottawa. Rev. R. A. Trowbridge exchanged pulpits and gave the sermon at the Ottawa church. Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Plaschka were her brothers, Henry Geiler, on Wednesday afternoon and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Geiler on Thursday. Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wyatt of Homewood. Mrs. A. A. Denike left on Wednesday for an indefinite stay with her sister and brother-in-law, . and Mrs. John Kennedy, at Purcell, Okla. The Pomona schools will observe Washington's birthday, Feb. 22, as a school holiday. This is the only time off except Good Friday until school closes in May. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Adell and son, Jerry, were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Adell's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Callaway, Smithville. Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cam were surprised Sunday evening with a call from Mr. and Mrs. BUI Schneider, St. Clair, Mo. Mrs. Sch- neieder will be remembered as Judy Austin, the polio pen pal who had visited here. She was married Jan. 12. I REGISTER NOW! for $169.95 Motorola Console STEREO Given Thurs., Feb. 28 No obligation — Register Now! . . . AND NO SMOKING Here's an old-time remedy for a sore throat—take a feather... dip h in kerosene... rub over the infected area. This is a case of the core being worse than the illness..If s nice to know we don't have to rdy on such ineffective and unpleasant "relief." So, don't take chances when your health is involved. When you're ill, your physician » the only person qualified to prescribe for your needs. Then, for prompt, professional service, bring hfe prescriptions to us. Kromer Drug Store I S. MaS CB 141 Professional Pharmacy CH 2-354? Professional Be. (ration's urgent push to (1) build up the country's conventional land, sea and ah* forces and (2) speed construction of Polaris missile firing submarines and emplacement of quick-firing Minuteman intercontinental missiles in protected bases underground, A good bit of this already has been done. And the new budget contains money to pay for the balance of such expensive programs as a 41-boat Polaris fleet and a force of new jet tanker planes to give B52 bombers greater range and endurance. The number of U.S. fighting men has been boosted by nearly 200,000 above the Eisenhower strength, to nearly 2.7 million. The Pentagon has taken long strides toward re-equipping the forces with the latest and most Jotent in artillery, tanks, battle- 'ield missiles, jet fighter planes, lelicopters and armored troop carriers. A dangerous deficiency in high speed jet transports to fly troops o danger spots overseas is well on its way to being overcome. The new budget provides $3.3 billion for buying new arms equipment for the Army. This is a peak 'or Army modernization and is ikely to taper off in the future. However, the Army is experimenting with entirely new concepts of air mobility which, if >roved out, could give it a huge new air fleet. And this would come high. So far, as one official nit it, the Army has "just put ts toe in the water." Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara has embarked on a cost-saving drive, which he predicts will yield economies of $3 billion a year. Among other things he is trying to get defense contractors to cut down;oh the "gold plating"-the excessive refinements that go to boost the price but add little to the utility. Almighty Oed, w« mak« an •ariMtt prayer that thoo will k««p the United Statat In ihy holy pro* "CH Oil •••••• I73M7W AMEN! We Will Close Legal Holiday, Washington's Birthday Friday, February 22nd THE NORTH SIDE BANK Tecumseh and Main ' Dial CH 2-2052 R. S. Hill, Pres. Ed Hosier, Vice Pres. and Cashier Mamie Sands, Asst. Cashier Glen Hayward, Asst. Cashier Howard Deputy, Asst. Cashier Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation WE CAMT TBIA. A LIB— Swift's Premium IEHERS Premium Rnd Steak Swift's Premium BACON Lb. 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