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Twelve Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Who Goofed on Missiles? Don't Ask a Politician WASHINGTON (UP) — What's \vrong with the idea that politicians should be put under oath before telling the woters who, it anyone, goofed on missiles? velopmenl?" the committee inquired and answered: —Total for four Truman years before Korea, $2,196,000,000. —Total for four Eisenhower To put it as sweetly as their years after Korea, $5,953,000,000. conflicting stories will permit, somebody is fibbing. Vice President Richard M. Nixon and the Republican National Committee hold that the fibber is •former President Harry S. Truman. On the oilier hand, if Mr. T is riot fibbing, what ajxmt Nixon and the committee whose versions ot who created the missile lag are CROSSWORD PUZZLE A"™" ««ve.t.rd.y. P U «I. Who starved the missile program?" was the next question, answered as follows: —Four Truman budgets fiscal 1951-54 inclusive, $998,000,000. —Four Eisenhower budgets fiscal 1955-58 inclusive, $6,530,000,000. The foregoing are statistics. A smart fellow with figures can do anything with statistics, j as making white look black ACROSS 1—Arrives G—Accend 11—Father or mother 12—Eagles' nests M—Chalrlean city 15—Weary 17—Reverberation IS—Corded cloth 20—Fops 23—Orp.in of hearing 24—Closo securely 2G—Taut 28—Note of seal* 23—Mistake 31—Duties 33—Sound a horn 35—Piphc between two 36—Replace 3!)—Start or llf. 42—Indian mulberry 43—He tall establishment 45—JjeKend 4fi—Small tloK •18—Barrel Hlat 60—Posed for portrait 51—Roman date 6:1—Smaller amount 55—Brother oC Odin 66—Score at 63—Lifts 61—Hinder 62—Twlsti DOWN 1—CalllnR 2—Conjunction 3—Encountered , directly contrary to those of the! 5 "™ ? s maK '"S •S rts •-,.,-«,, :H:H™ «& conflicting stories is accurate, •what about Democratic National Committee Chairman Paul M. Butler? Butler :old TV viewers a few days ago that the missile villain was Dr. W e r n h e r von Braun. Von Braun Cites 1945-51 And, if Butler is right about that, how about Von Braun's public accusation that the missile ]ag developed during the Truman may become known. Hospital Notes; ST. JOSEPH'S Admitted: Everett Painton, 2003 Market; Shirley Calb, 1915 George; Mrs. Ed 'Rausph, route 3, Winamac; Mrs. Ada Wolf, mute 1, Peru; Mrs. Delvina Bruck, 900 W. Melbourne; Bert Wean, route 3; Miss Rita Federer, 324 '.i E. Mar. years spanning M45-D1? |ket; Mrs. Harry Newell route 1 Harry S. Truman is not one to r.n™,-™ accept calmly an unwarranted accusation, especially an accusation made by the v:ce president or, for'that matter, by any Republican. It just happens that, as much as he dishkes Republicans, Mr. T dislikes Nixon much more. Nixon and the Republican National Committee laid whatever is wrong with the U.S. missile program right in Mr. T's lap. That was about three weeks ago and political Washington has been waiting, since, for some rocketry off the launching pad at Independence, Mo. Silence is not typical Truman under such circumstances. However that may be, the Republican Nationol Committee came »p last month .vith some defense, missile and research spending figures which would seem, at least, to require some answer from a spokesman for the Truman administration. Defense Spending Down The Truman administration had pared national defense spending, down to 311,900.000,000 in 1050, which was the year the Korean War began. The Republican National Committee toted it up this way: —Total for the national defense for three Truman years before Korea, $35,000,000.000. —Total for three Eisenhower years after Korea, $110,000,000,000. "What starved research and de- Lucerne. Dismissed: Jack Brodbeck, 222G',j Broadway; Orie McManama, Young America; Mrs. Alice Deeter, 1610 Silver; Mrs. Grover Good. ale, route 1; Mrs. Warren Goodrich, and daughter, Royal Center; Mrs. Laura Maus, Walton- Wilbur W. Melbourne; Char- J r**IM trrtlitU. tj 4—Wl;!e of Geralnt E—Walk pompously 6—Symbol for calcium 7—French articU S—Ar.frer 9—Rodents ID—.Support 11—Pocketbook j;t—Rail blrrJs 16—Prepare for print ] 9—Sfiparatea 21—Mild expletive 22— B'JHh 25—Plunders 27—Rcnvn 30—Underground parts of plants 32— Ins-acts ,14—Jog ;!(!—Sw;ft 37—Escaped 38— Partfilujng to an era 40—Century plants 41—Tropical fruit <pl.) ' 44—Turn Inside oul 47—French priest 49—Brother of Jacob 52—Occupy chair 54—Title of reaped 57—Prefix: down 58—Teutonic deity €0—Symbol for tin les Martin, route 3; Charles Wes- 2r, Jr., 2225 Spear. MEMORIAL Admitted: Mrs. Doris iiturgis, 416 Tacoma; Garfield Todd 218 W. Miami. Dismissed: Arthur ' Appleton, Deacon Grang Yule Party on December 23 The Deacon Grange will hold its annual Christmas party at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 23 in the Grange hall, it was announced at a meeting Wednesday night. Adult- members will have a ten-; .. cent gift exchange and children j route 1, Camden; Harold Bodinson, j will have a twenty-five-cent ex-' 1904 High; Mrs. Paul Bechdol and. change. Members were asked to, daughter, Galveston; Mrs. Robert:bring homemade candy and pop- .Bruner and son, route 1, Flora;; corn, plus food and clothing for Mrs. George Fox and sen, 711 itwo needly families. High; Robert Fred, route 2, Ke-' Grange members also decided wanna; Mrs. Helena Lou^h, 212 1 to sponsor a Christmas party Dec. VV. Linden. '22 for ward five of the Logansport 1 . j state hospital. FIGHT INJUR.n~ FATAL ! Frank Jump made a report on; INDIANAPOLIS (UP i—Leonard i several Grange projects, including Jones, 59, Indianapolis, died -in : work at the state hospital Dec. 17, Methodist Hospital here \Vednes-i 18 , and 20 - Members interested in day of injuries apparently sus-l assisting in the projects were told tained when hit by a shovel dur-jto contact Gladys Jump, ing an argument with a companion j officers will hold a meeting Jar;. ,3t work. Witnesses said Jones got • 4 at the Tipwa Grange hall, from into an argument with a co-worker jio a.m. until 3 p.m. Dec. 4 over the condition of a I The next regu | ar meeting was looker room in which Jones was | schedu]ed [Or Jan . 8 Gladys Jump an attendent. Police are noldmg,, Lfie wi , son were assigned to the other man on an assault and | b izes for the meetj Prizes uattery charge. 'at Wednesday's meeling were won I by Gladys Jump and Manford Lei- 1 fert. Refreshment committee members for the next meeting are Mr. and Mrs. Owen Cripe, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Garrett and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Harvey. Read the Classified Ads Tax Officials Hold $5,509 in Special Fund INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Indiana tax officials have beei. holding $5,509 worth of gross income taxes from "unknown taxpayers," an audit of the State Board of Accounts showed today. The report showed 142 tax payments were in the "suspense account" of the Gross Income Tax Division as of June 30, and they dated back to March 16, 1944. Receipts go into the "suspense account" when taxpayers fail to identify their returns properly. Some taxpayers fail to -sign their returns, or mail checks without filling out returns at all, officials said. The 142 payments totaled $5.509.65—ranging Irom a 6-cent payment in 1947 to a $763.78 payment in 1952. The audit showed only two "unknown taxpayers" were listed as having filed their payments in 1857. were also elected to three-year terms or. the board of directors, Albright being re-elected and Finton being elected tc fill a vacancy on the board created by a resignation. ' The group also discussed reopening of the gun club at the session. Thursday Evening, December 12, I9Sf. Annual Election Held By Conservation Club Henry McDowell was re-elected president of the Cass county Conservation Club in the annual election of officers, held Tuesday night during the regular monthly meeting at the clubhouse. New officers also elected were Jack Wild, vice-president, replacing Jack Vaulaw; Lester Way, secretary, replacing Marjorie Wray; and Stewart Smith, treasurer, replacing Bonnie Wray. Don Finton and Glen Albright 20 on Honor Roll AtRileyJr. High . Twenty Riley junior high school students have been listed on the honor roll for the second six-weeks period ol the school year. Each of the honor students had grades of at least B in all regular subjects. They are: Paul Bauer, Catherine Burns Judy Clark, Jack Fultz, Richarc Gray, Sharon Harvey, Paul Hipsher, Penny Hunter, Anita Kerns- Ernest Kiocnnc, Linda Llewellyn Janet McDonald, Robert Maroney Brenda Merrill, Pamela Moore Robert Orr, Jo Ellen Porter, Mar garet Ranee, Diana Slreu and James Thompson. BOTHERED BY COLD RICHMOND (UP) — Authorities today searched for a thief who apparently was bothered by the worst cold snap of the year. Thcsj theft of about 150 sweaters valued i at about $1.000 was discovered j Wednesday morning by Gene Bat-j terall, Indianapolis s lesman, 1 when he relumed to h's car parked ' in a hotel lot. The Ihief also stole! 16 dozen sports shirts and Christmas gifts. WOMAN DIES AT 103 BEDFORD (UP) - Mrs. Mary Reynolds, who would have been 104 years old next April, will be buried Friday after services in a Bedford mortuary. She was a native of this area. Read the Classified Ads! SUNHEAT gives you UNIFORM PERFORMANCE Laboratory-controlled at Sun's great refineries, Sunheat uniformity is constant 'in every gallon. Sunheat's uniform quality means efficient, unfailing operation of your burner,' ...without frequent adjustments. MADI BY THt MAKIRS OF BLUE SUNOCO CASOLINI ALDER COAL & FUEL OIL CO. 1403 Woodlawn Phone 4422 AUCTION SALE I will sell at public auction in Burnettsvflle, 12 miles west of Logansport, Ind., Saturday, December 14Hi, 1957—Sale at 12:30 One davenport and chair; on bed; chest of drawers; 4 end tables; 4 chairs; 14x12 rug and pad; one 8' meat display case; one 6' vegetable stand; one floor fan, 12" blade; one sewing machine, electric; two linoleum rugs; one step ladder; yenetian biinds of sizes; two lawn chairs; 3 pair counter scales; one set butchering tools; 12-in. bench vise 3-ft. wood lathe and tools; one electric motor; two pow.;r motors; ono lawn roller and miscellaneous items. Also one roll of new wire; new steel posts; almost new olectric brooder; two beds; table and chairs; one cupboard; two house doors with locks and hinges; two storm doors; one Copeland refrigerator and one kerosene range. TERMS—CASH. Not responsible for accidents. WA1.DRON. Auctioneer, Dial 40430 - BOB MERTZ CITY MARKET- 306 East Market Street Phone 3916 GROUND BEEF see it... In the shimmering Calvert Lustre-wrap gilt package—choice of red or gold! BEEF ROAST 39 LB. SAUSAGE Pan Style Ib. 3k PORK STEAK lean Cottage Slices 45 C LB. PORK CHOPS lean Center Cut 59 C LB!. BEEF STEAK TENDER RIB 49 touch it... In the satin-smootb'fabric of the Calvert Lustre-wrap—remove sleeve, it's ready to give! ive it... Your gift contains tbc whiskey withMhe taste clear beads prefer! Clear Heads Agree: totfe 111. Nothing could be handsomer, nothing easier to give than Calvert in Colby Cream Cheese 43i: COLORED OLEO 2 r.bi. 37c Lb. the Lustre-wrap gift package. It's ready-wrapped. Arm Swiss; Steak 45c $4.85 ^* 4/5 QT. FT, Lb. IOPBM FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTI .Call for Calvert BUY THE CASE and save! ONLY*52 3 " Tw«lv« 4/5 QTS, AS USUAt, THE UNUSUAL IN GIFTS Coonio's Gift Shop Walton, Indiana BEST IN BOOKS Libby's Book Shoppe 2314 E. Broadway Phone 3248 Thanks, Santa! Kappa Chapter, Delia Theta Chi sorority, wishes to lliank Santa Claus for visiting their Christmas party Monday night. All the gifts were greatly appreciated and Santa's jovial manner and holiday spirit were largely responsible for making the parly a success. Orient Lodge, No. 272, F. and A. M. '.Staled meeting Friday, 7:30 p.m. Annual meeling and election of officers. All members urged to attend. —Cletus C. Fit/, W. M. Take Tim* Out From Christmas Shopping hav» • COFFEE • COKE • LUNCH at the CENTRAL DRUG SODA FOUNTAIN 4th at Broadway REGISTER NOW THOMAS and EVERMAN Co. for PLYMOUTH'S BIG CONTEST Win $500-A-Month for Life and a New '58 Plymouth Sec Our DODGE WHITE CHRISTMAS Special—Complete at a Price and A TURKEY WILL BE GIVEN FREE EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT at 8:00 o'clock (Until Christmas)—Nothing lo buy— You merely register. Also Free Lawrence Wclk Xmas Records at ' Thomas & Everman Co. * YOUR DODGE—PLYMOUTH DEALER * 517 North St. Phone .J8II THRIRT FOODS MAKE SENSE PANCflfl'S STORE HOURS: • Open Man. thru Sat. until 9 p. m. • Open Sundays 'til noon r ft tj FOOD SAVINGS SOUD-LARGE CORNER m Head Lettuce Eo lOc SOAP • Whisk Deter0en; Quart 69c Trend IK 49c CHRISTMAS STENCIL • Glass Wax • Aero Wax • Camay Pint 59c GO, 99c Dpk 3Qr Reg. w7l» VAC. TIN Coffee 69c CAtVERT DISTIUERS CO, N. Y. C. • 86 PROOF • 45% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS • AMERICAN BtENDED WHISKEY Oron\o • None Such &OLD MEDAL FLOUR PURE CANE SUGAR ; FLAVOR SWEET iOLEO RIVAL DOG FOOD PtLLSBURY BISCUITS DOLE PINEAPPLE JUICE PRESTON'S GREEN BEANS i KOUN7Y KIST CORN YS49c Lb. Cans Can 211 Can Con 21c 29c lOc lOc lOc IDAHO • Potatoes YELLOW RIPE o Bananas FLORIDA JUICE • Oranges 3 Doz. Lb. 1 OC $1 MEAT DEPT. U. S. CHOICE • Chuck Roast Lb 47c I END CUTS Pork Chops u, 43c § ELKO Bacon 1 Lb. Sliced 49c SHOULDER CUT • Veal Steak u, 49c FRESH Oysters 69c SWIFTS i Swiftning 3 c Lab n69c • ORDER YOUR HOLIDAY TURKEY NOW • MUSSELMANS APPLE SAUCE 8 01, Can lOc SEASIDE LIMA BEANS LIBBYS PUMPKIN ALLISONS 303 if* Can IUC 8 01. i A Can IOC

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