Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 21, 1957 · Page 40
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 40

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Sixteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-TifttnM Doubts Spree Of Spending In Missile Race WASHINGTON (UP)—Chairman George H. Mahon (D-Tex.) of the House Military Appropriations subcommittee said today Congress will vote more money for missiles and satellites, but there is no need for "a spending spree." He made the statement shortly before his subcommittee began questioning top defense officials behind closed dears to determine why U.S. rocket programs are "lagging" behind Russia. Closeted with the committee were Defense Secretary Neil H. McElroy, Deputy Secretary Donald A. Quarles, and William M. Holaciay, the Pentagon's director of guided missiles. Mahon said the inquiry was prompted by "spectacular developments in recent weeks"—a reference to Russian success in launching Sputniks I and II. "We want to know wliy the lag (in the U.S. program) and what can be tone about it," Mahon said. He said Congress and the executive have been presented "with some of the greatest decisions; of our time ; " Mahon said: —Much of the money appropriated by the. last session of Congress for defense was "withheld" from spending by executive order. "We want to. find out if funds are still being withheld." —Some increase in expenditures will be needed, "particularly in the ballistic missile and satellite fields." However, it will not require a spending spree but "better decisions and planning." : * *_r ^^^^So^^jj --^jv j&yfa . .s':: '"•;•-lJM}l$Hl ~jCH^i$^S\wm*( (: "^T C: : : '! fliTO'gJUfe ;^'>tramcm5iraBri iiaQQa &V:••*'•:;:v:^-.p>r ^-v^ . • :. •: . -.(TAFWC^:-.;; ,,,>-.;, ; y ; t-^^i^Al^T-SOUTH />.-,-•. r^..--:- • ynJJui.^=v U-'f^' . ; : gf;j:^^|i^'^-,^. Thursday Evening, November 21, 195T. Read the Classified Ads RUSSIA RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE—Map shows where the U. S. Air Force has more than 80 air bases on foreign soil, and they form something of a ring around the Soviet. Many of these bases are for long range bombers, which can carry atom bombs. The Strategic Air Command has 70 such bases, some in the U. S. Estimated SAC strength is 2,000 medium and long range bombers. The push of a button at Omaha, Neb., HQ can get them into the air from any of the 70 long range bases within 15 minu:es. Carroll Countians Going to Stock Show DELPHI — Patricia Ann Meade of CarroBion township and Pete Kerkhove of Camden will be' exhibiting at the International Livestock Exposition Nov. 29-Dec. 7. Miss Meade plans to take two steers for the Junior Livestock Feeding contest and she and her father, C. M. Meade plan to exhibit three steers in the open show. partly raised and the ship .struck the bridge centerpost. The -vol- lision snapped the ship's flagstaff and caused minor damage to the pilot house. The ship was en route home after delivering a load of paper to the Chicago Sun-Times. Vessel Rams Into Bridge in Chicago CHICAGO (UP)—The Torondoc, East Moline Woman Killed, Husband Hurt BAST MOLINE, 111. (UP)—An East Moline woman was killed and her husband injured when they were struck by a car as they crossed a downtown intersection here Tuesday. a 253-foot cargo vessel owned by! The victim was Mrs. I.aVcrna Paterson Steamship Lines of Fort'R. Van Buskirk. 49. Her husband, William. Ont., suffered minor:George, 59, was reported in fair damage Tuesday night when it] condition at a Moline hospital rammed a bridge while outbound j after Ihe couple »'js si wit by a from Chicago. jcar driven by John J. Bcuor 33, Capl. Frank Rudolph of the tug:Hampton. 111. towing the Torondoc said the: Authorities said Razor «'ss Dearborn Street bridge over the,charged with failure lo yield the Chicago Eivcr jammed while only |right-of-way. SHOP NOW AND SAVE TWICE . . . FRESH ORCHARD FAMCY .»•*. DELICIOUS BIG SLICED IN RICH SYRUP ORCHARD FRESH PEACHES CALIFORNIA PACK YELLOW CLING IN HEAVY SYRUP BAR -T- RANCH PEARS DELICIOUS IN HEAVY SYRUP WESTERN PACK AMERICAN DELUXE COFFEE DRIP OR REG. VACUUM PACK POUND TIN 65' DULANEY SWEET POTATOES IN RICH SYRUP 303 CANS 2 39 NEW DESSERT TOPPING LUCKY GIANT 10-OZ. CAN WITH NiWSPAPIR COUPON 29' ORCHARD FRESH PINEAPPLE JUICE 12-OZ. CAN PILLSBURY PIE CRUST MIX SPECIAL 6c OFF DIAL PKGS. 2 33 OLD FARM STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 12-OZ. JARS STRAWBERRIES ORCHARD FRESH QUICK FROZEN SWEET AND SLICED 10-OZ. PKGS. 45 GARDEN FRESH PEAS 33 10 OZ. PKCS. CUT CORN 2S3 * NEW CROP FANCY DIAMONU ENGLISH WALNUTS CALIFORNIA CROP LB. PKG. 49 IXTRA BRAZIL NUTS FILBERTS \ ALMONDS "< w CROP NEW CROP IB. PKG. U. IB. MIXED s™ NUTS IB. PKG. 49 LUX TOILET SOAP NINE LIVES 4^ PETFOOD 2 , ._ DURKEE 8NOWFLAICE COCONUT 7-OZ. PKG. 33 LINDSAY RIPE OLIVES JUMBO SIZE TALL CAN 491 FLAVOR KIST OATMIAL COOKIES 20 COUNT- LIFEBUOY SOAP' CHESTY TWIN |«| J^ POTATO CHIPS'S 59 HILL'S 4^ 4|k •• DOG FOOD 2 - 35 M&M CANDIES SCOTTIES 6V.-OZ. PKG. 29 400 COUNT PKG.

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