Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 19, 1957 · Page 6
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 6

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 19, 1957
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toe Legamport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Wednesday Evening, June 19, 1957. Nine Missile Types in Field; Rush Development of 18 More By WILLIAM GALBRAITH United Press Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON (UP) — The Armed Forces have put nine different guided missiles in the hands of combat units and are working to develop at least 18 more. The robot weapons now ready for action are of comparatively short range. The highest priority now is on efforts to beat Russia in the race to perfect missiles in both the 3,000-to-5,500 - mile "intercontinental" and- the 1,500-mile "intermediate" range. In this, the services are engaged in intense competition among themselves. Defense Department officials concede that inter-service competition caused duplication of effort. But they say some duplication' is Winamoc Installation or officers ror the C.W.F. of the Christian Church was held Sunday evening. June 9. The following took offices at that time President; Mrs. Cecil Lebo, Vice Pres.; Mrs. R. R. Shaw, Sec.; Mrs. James McClung, Treas.; Mrs. Wiliard Baker, Worship Chmn; Mrs. Floyd Hall, Study Chmn; Mrs. George Jordan, Membership Chmn; Mrs. Theresa Widup, Circle No. 1 Pres.; Mrs. Russell Moore, Circle No. 2 Pros.; Mrs. Fred Alex ander, Circle No. 3 Pres.; Wayne Koepky. A Congregational business meet ing was held Thursday evening, June 13, the corrected Constitu-' tion and By-Laws were adopted and election of officers was held. Following are the officers elected FURNITURE- APPLIANCES -3rd FLOOR needed to make sure the United an(] thc £ term ot o(ficc . EldcrS| States gets the best missiles pos- ; pau , Riggs am] Dalo Mitchell, ! 'hrec years, Al Taylor, two years, Jlte ' t « .u • -, • .K Each of the missiles now in the i Tf)m Kssex onc vcar . Bacons, at units is designed hands of comb to perform a different task or to cope with problems peculiar to the •ervice involved. Here they are: Commanded From Ground Army Nlke-Ajnx —Anti-aircraft guided missile guarding at least 13 major cities and four air bases In the United States. Range is about 25 miles, can reach planea at 50,000 feet altitude. It can bo "commanded" from the ground. Army Corporal —Bombardment weapon for battlefield use. Can strike targets 50 to 100 miles distant. Can carry a nuclear war- William Raypole, George Jordan, Don Behny, Robert Goble, all three year terms: Deaconess, Mrs. Floyd Hall, two years, Mrs. Theresa Widup, one year: Trustee, Max Frain, three years. Mr. and Mrs. William D. Owen, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Lowcry and children and Mr. Howard Owen attended the McKee reunion Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Gillispie at Kewamia. Mr. and Mrs. Werner Sodervick and son, Bruce, and Wayno Hickman spent the weekend In Chi- head. A jam-proof missile, super-! <= a K°. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Oil}. «onic like the Nike, the Corporal Salmi. .Mr. and Mrs. Sodervick - - - - - - - - came home Sunday but the boys cannot be balked once it is launched. It has been assigned to troops in Europe. Air Force Matador —A liOO to 700-milc-an-hour .surface-to - surface winged missile that flics about lino mile.s. It, too, can deliver an atomic punch. Units are in Europe. The Matador is now being replaced with a version having greater range and an improved guidance system which resists electronic jamming. Air Force Falcon—A small guided missile weighing about 100 pounds used agaiast opposing aircraft. Interceptors can carry a number of these rockets under their wings. They are electronically fired and guided to the target. Nuvy HegulUH—A naval version of the Matador which can be carried by cither surface vessels or submarines. Navy Terrier—, A needle nosed fupersonlc missile launehud from surface vessels lo knock down attacking aircraft. It rides a radar beam to the target and is accurate to atxiul 'M miles. Navy Sparrow—An air -.to - air mbisile carried by a. ir craft lo launch against enemy aircraft. Deadly at five miles. lip Tall IMpe N«vy Sidewinder — The Navy's newest air-to-air missile can de-| strny enemy Ixmibcrs anywhere from sea level to M.OOO feet. It! homes in on the infra-red rays i omitted from Ihc exhaunl of a jet aircraft or missile and destroys its target by slamming right up the tall pipe, Nuvy I'elrol—A tfuldcd missile laundutd by palrol planes against enemy vessels. The I'olrcl can be fired from well ouUldc a .')hi|)'s anti-aircraft defiin.se, thus wiving the: pilot from hazards of anti-aircraft fire. The Army's Hcdslone missile Is not yot in combat units hul may bo soon. The missile, capable of carrying either nuclear or non- atomic wnrhondn, Is believed lo havo been fired about 200 miles. ,Suc:ce.ssorH to the.se missiles and * batch of new types are «l<mn fast. stayed for a longer visit. Mrs. Donald Reinhold left Sunday lo spend Iwo weeks at Arnnis- ton, Ala., visiting relatives. A marriage license was issued June H, to Mrs. Minnie Pelchuss and .Jacob Stefan, son. of Jacob Stefan, all'Of FranccHvilie, Marriage license was issued June 17, to Miss Esla Ilosely Earharl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. f/estel E. Earhart of Winamac, and Oscar Glenn Budd, of VVinamac, son of Charles A. BuM of Iowa. Mr. find Mrs. Obcd McKlnley, of Bristol, Wis., and Mrs. Jerry Under and children, Sherry ami Jerry, of Kenosha, Wis, spent Sunday and Monday hero visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ryan were In Gary over the weekend in the home of their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Linn Vanarnan. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Itans and children, Mrs. Mae Guns and Clifford Hans, spent Sunday at Cheslerton In Ihe homo of Mr. and Mrs. James Mergl. The C.Y.K. of the Christian Church are sponsoring an ice cream social, to be held on the lawn between the parsonage anil the church Salm-'lay, June 22 (i:'M p.m. There will be cake walkn and oilier enlcrtalimu'iil. Mrs. Mlllard Crane visiled al Warren during the weekend wilh her wisler Mrs. Very! Alexander anil her brother, Silas Koherts, New Car Depreciation You can avoid this if you buy this beautiful 1956 Cadillac Sod cm Do'Villo. Just as good at now. Powlen Sales & Serv. 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