Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 3, 1963 · Page 18
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 18

Garden City, Kansas
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Saturday, August 3, 1963
Page 18
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«h j .1' Testing Not Needed For Making Missiles WASHINGTON (AP) — More nuclca r explosions in the atmosphere would not help significantly in the effoft to build an antimissile missile, a U.S. nuclear physicist said today. "The problem is not one of developing nuclcar warheads," said Dr. Ralph Lapp. "The problem is still one of ballistics and electronics. And all these problems can be pursued without atmospheric tests." Nevertheless Lapp, who worked on the development of the first atom bomb but is no longer associated with the government's nuclear or missile projects, said these ballistics and electronic problems would be difficult to solve. President Kennedy went even further at his news conference Thursday, saying: "The problem of developing a Icfensc against a missile is bc- 'ond us, and beyond tihe Soviets, echnically. And I think many who work in it feel that perhaps it can never bo successfully accomplished." The President's remarks rang alarm bells in some Pentagon cir- les, particularly the army which has been pushing its Nike Zeus antimissile project for eight years. Views among Pentagon officials range from the Army's unfldgging optimism to severe skepticism of some Defense Department scicn- s ists and officials who also believe Jie technical problcm s may be insurmountable. The debate over development of an antimissile system has quick Robinson Joins Negro Picketers NEW YORK (AP)—Jackie Rob Inson, the fjrst Negro major lea guc baseball player and a former star with the old Brooklyn Dod gers, took a turn on the picket line Friday at the Brooklyn construction site, where demonstrat ore are demanding more jobs for Negroes and Puerto Ricans on publicly, financed building pro jecLs. Robinson, a restaurant chain executive, carried a placard read ing: "Jobs for everyone. If not jobs, then jail." He marched for 10 minutes at the downstate medical center site. Thirty-four persons were ar rested at the site for sit-down blockades aimed at stopping work on the project. Police have arrested more than 800 persons for sit-downs during the past three weeks. NEW! "in-the-ear" HEARING AID AMPLIFIES SOUND 22 TIMES! . weighs '/, ounce Beltone announces the new Utopian hearing aid that is as tiny as a thimble. No cords, no wires, no plastic tubes. It provides remarkably natural higher fidelity hearing, at natural ear-level, for people with mild losses. So easy to slip In and out of place when you need it. FREE BOOK—Come in, phone or write for valuable FREE book describing Boltone's Utopian. HEARING CENTER 2 blocks North of OK Courts 403 N. Third Street P.O. Box 511 Phone BR 6-6949 Garden City, Kansas Chas. Chalmers— Mgr. BATTERIES — SERVICE AUDIOMETER SALES cncd again with the prospects of a U.S., British and lUissian treaty banning nuclcar tests in the atmosphere a s well as In outer space ami under water. Some critics of the agreement, military and congressional, have expressed fears the Soviet Union may be ahead of the United States in development of a defense against intercontinental ballistic missiles. Aechbddrier Resigns To Tcrke Library Job LINCOLN (AP)-W. n. Aosch- bnchor, director of the Nebraska Historical Society since 1950, announced Friday he i s resigning Sept. 1 to become director of the Dwight D. Eisenhower Library at Abilene, Kan. Dr. AesehbachCf Is a native of Kansas. He graduated from high school in Hyannls, Neb., and holds degree from the University of Nebraska. He formerly taught at Murray State College in Kentucky. The population of India 440,310,000. LITTLE LINKS Miniature Golf Course in Fiiwiup Park Now open nightly- at 6:30 p.m. Open at 2 p.m. on Sat. & Sun. Only 25e for 19 holes. 1'tly IVIotfrnm Saturday, "August 3, 1963 -Whether buying or srllinu, uso •Ic'Tiun Want Adsi Corner " i in AIR CONTROL CO. HEATING AIR-CONDITIONING SALES, INSTALLATION AND SERVICE 112 S. Main BR 6-8072 We Service All Makes) MobNe Sheet Metal Shop prAMTS THE BASES ARE LOADEP WITH NOBOW OUT... ONE RUM (JILL TIE UP THE 6AME...TQJO RUNS WILL LOSE 06 THE CHAMPIONSHIP, ro w THINK T war. rr ALL- 0)£ STILL HAVE DEPENDS ON A CHANCE, /CHAftLlE BROOK LUCY? ^OJR PITCHER, voo've AAV Q06STION.' SNUFFY SMITH AT3ADBURN SPLINTER I! HOW ON A1RTH DID VE THING STUCK IN YORE TONGUE ? HOLD RIGHT STILL NOW, SIMUFFV OF CORN ONTH'ROOR STBVE CANYON. WELl., SUMMER, AMONC3 OTHER. THINC5S... . SOME PEOPLE WHO i PROBABLY HAVEN'T PRAYEP IN A U-ON6 TIME WILL, RESUME THE HABIT fOf. THE 5AK6 OP A SMALL, SCAREP A'irttho crews will be wa-tcliirife, ilie wafer THE RYATI_ ' THINK •t couup ) BLONDIE I'M SELLING THE BEST ACCIDENT-INSURANCE -4t& POLICY ON THE ;•—/o MARKET- ^/ ( f IEVEN BOUSHT ONE MYSELF / <,"'--- i ^ :H ,-(• / t v VOU WERE V CMART- YOU'RE GOIHG TO IT/ H

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