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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 11

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Wednesday Evening, December 18, 1957. Believed Satellite Test Would Fail WASHINGTON (UP)—Assistant!termed the vision and authority to Navy Secretary Garrison Norton get a space weapons program unsaid today the Navy wanted the denvay immediately. PIKup 6th pgh: —Assistant Dem recent unsuccessful firing of its test satellite carried out without publicity because he believed it "quite likely" would fail. n II But Norton said he was over-: On Honor Roll ruled by Assistant Defense Secre-! * ,. Tjrji.0., list 27 Pupils Tipton township high school tary Murray Snyder. He told Senate investigators that Sr.yder directed that the Navy, which con- j ]; s t e 'tj 27 pupils from "grades seven trolled the Vanguard satellite \ tnmlg h (, we lve on its honor roll project, "must be completely re- j for the second six-weeks grading sponsive to questions o£ the press." Snyder told the Navy it "could not conduct the project, as we wanted to, in privacy," \orton Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Eleven testified before the Senate paredness subcommittee. Need More Money Pre- Norton said he believed — and period. The honor students all had grades of A or better. They are: Dennis Preiser, Myrna Shirley, Dana Tritt and Jacqueline Zigler, seniors; J. C. Campbell, Ronald Duncan, Mary Erbaugh, Anna Hinkle, Linda Hinkle, Rita Kunkie, Janis Preiser and Nikki Shirley, had told Snyder—that the entire j. lniors . Nancy Foust, sophomore. missiles program, particularly test firings, should be carried out in that I thought it was against the safety of our nation to do it in public," Norton said. privacy. "I told him Becki Busch, Tim Carey, Sarah Erbaugh, and Bonita Helvie, freshmen; Jan Bell, Judy Foust, Cliftor; Laymon, Hobert Lowry, Mark Preiser, Rose Ellen Reutebuch, Danny Rush, Rusta Showalter and ! Ellis Widner, eight grade; and Chairman Lyndon B. Johnson Janice Hinkle| sevent h grade. and other subcommittee members have been sharply critical of the fanfare of publicity on the abortive test firing of a small satellite at Cape Canaveral, Fla., recently. Norton and Lt. Gen. Verne J. McCaul, acting Marine Corps corn- Honorable mention for grades of B or better were given to 67 students. STATE MISHAPS HURTS 10 OHU'RCHLAND, Va. (UP)—Ten •mandant,"fcstTfied"at"a resumption of 35 girls rehearsing a play on the of the subcommittee's hearings on'stage ot a Churchland high school the lag in the U.S. missile and j auditorium Monday received satellite programs. ! minor injuries when a defective They testified that the Navy and bank of stage lights collapsed. Marine Corps need more money to meet Russia's challenge in new weapons. There were these other develop- •ments on the missle — satellite front: —Vic President Richartf M. Nixon told newsmen at a background conference on missiles that the relative military strength of Russia and the United States should be assessed "with a good do_se of realism." He said the U.S. missile industry is trying to do in 3 years what Russia's accomplished in 6 to 10 years. Propose Space Agency —INixon also said "there can be no sacred cows" in national defense and there should be a full airing of any inter-service rivalries that might have impaired defense. —Johnson called for an early administration decision on proposals for a new government agency to direct the drive for mastery of space. —Sen. John C. Stennis, subcommittee chairman, demanded the replacement of William M. Holaday, Pentagon missiles chief, by someone possessing what he For Christmas Give That Delicious Russell Stover Candies Always Fresh—Atwayi Delicious Afways Welcom* Only $1.35 tb. box TIMBERIAKE'S Thurs. 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