Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on July 18, 1963 · Page 9
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 9

Garden City, Kansas
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Thursday, July 18, 1963
Page 9
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Sweden Revamps Defense Setup By BRACK CURRY STOCKHOLM, Sweden (AP) — Sweden's armed forces have cm- HEALTH CAPSULES hv Mlrlmol A. Pelt!. M.I). CAN ANTIBIOTICS AFFECT YOUR CHILPS TEGTH * IF YOU GIVE TETRACYCLINCS EARLY IN CHILPHOOP, OR TAKE THEM UATE IN PREGNANCY. YOUR CHILP'S TEETH MAY BE PISCOUOREP. TOMORROW: EFFECT OF ASPIRIN. Health CapiuUi gives halplul information t It is not intended to be of a diagnostic nature. harked on a crash program to close the defense gap caused by the betrayal of military secrets to the Soviet Union by air force Col. Stin Erik Wennerstrom. There i s an atmosphere of almost wartime urgency at the De. fense Ministry. Lights bum far into the night as arm'y, navy and air force officers grapple with the task of repairing the probable loss of the nation's entire defense strategy to the Russians. Security services are working around the clock to check on other possible leaks in the military establishment or the government. Everyone—the government, opposition parties, defense staffs and the newspapers—agrees that Wcnneretrom crippled Sweden. ! The tail, suave airman diplomat i lias confessed that he fed military secrets to the Russians for 15 years. During that period he had access to Sweden's entire defense strategy. Wennerstrom knew a lot a>bout the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's defense plans and weapons. He visited NATO military Installations. He was in fre- quent contact with Danish and Norwegian military men. He was friendly with many top Western diplomat!, here. The armed forces face an immensely complicated an<i costly task. Fortifications, headquarters and battle stations, hangar.;, ship tunnels, repair shops and storage depots have been built into granite accomodations at top- secret locations. Newspapers have reported there are 500 of these. Two deep tunnels have been carved cut of a mountain to ac- comodatc destroyers, submarines Paqa 9 (•union 1'llv T Thursday, July \6, 1963 den pipelines link these to the berthing placc R of tankers and tank cars. It will take years and vast sums of money to relocate | SNUFFY SMITH these. Military expenditures now take about one-fifth of Sweden's national budget, According to some estimates, thi s nation now must | spend the equivalent of hundreds *M .. I "4V ABOUT THt OAN6£f& OF I LOOKING AT r^Yr - V> u ,*(• j ul\NT TO 00 A&.VTHIN6 TtfAT.JMJ6HTHAM,U<r' it oo -®j THINK MV eves Arte PtAt/TirU, CHARLIE BROW ? TTir V£5 THfiV LOOK LIKg LI fT(.e MUNDOOTSOFWDfAlNK.' and other naval units. Plans have j of millions of dollars more, and in called for the entire nan- to be provided with tunnels. These installations cannot be moved. Must new ones be built? The Swedish air force of 1,0 all-jet, first-line planes must now consider whether a major rede- FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Gov. Bert Combs has made, three changes in the state's public as ployment to new bases underground and on the surface is needed to maintain its combat effectiveness. For its oil supplies Sweden depends entirely on imports. Oil a hurry, to repair the damnge of the loss of defense secrets through Wennerstrom. Can Keep Homes sistance program to relieve hardships on newly recipients. One change eliminates the require MY DftDBURN FEET'S SORE !'. TI WILL'AA!! WHAT ARE YE SBTTIN' THAR MOANIN' ftBOUT ? t PICKEDUP SOME SPLINTERS ftT TH 1 BARN DANCE LAST NIGHT YE OrWIN' BAREFOOT " and gasoline arc stored in vast, monls that needy persons give underground tanks in rock chain bers and abandoned mines. Hid•——-». — up their homes to qualify for assistance funds. NORTHSIDE GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION FOOD MARKET AND SUMMER CIRCUS SALE FREE ICE CREAM CONES PLEASMORE ICE CREAM HALF GALLON 49' COKES 12 Or. Bottles PLUS DEPOSIT FEATURES HAM SANDWICHES 10 cEACH STEVE CANYON, THE ' WINKY/ /MOMMY HA* 1>ii YOU. 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