Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 18, 1963 · Page 5
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 5

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, July 18, 1963
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Sweden Embarks on Plan to Repair Spy-Torn Defenses % WRACK cmm STOCKHOLM, Sweden (AP) Sweden's armed forces have eftv barked on a crash program to close the defense gap caused by the betrayal of 'military secrets to the Soviet Union by air force Col. Stig Erik Wennerstrom. There is an atmosphere of almost wartime urgency at the Defense Ministry. Lights burn far into the night as army, 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 arc 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 Wennerstrom crippled Sweden. The tall, suave airman diplomat has 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 about the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's defense plans and weapons. He visited NATO military installations. He was in frequent contact with Danish and Norwegian military men. He was friendly with many top Western diplomats here. Complicated, Costly Task The armed forces face an im- FEET ACHE, ITCH? \\ of .all your bones are in the feet. No wonder they ache, swell, perspire, itch. Bnthe feet twice daily with T-4-L Solution for relief of the 52 bones, 66 joints plus ligaments. Curbs athlete's foot, too (sloughs off infection ~ watch healthy skin replace it) or your 48c back at any drug store if not pleased IN ONE HOtm. TODAY at Osco Drug*; Hawthorne Drug Co. meiwefy ewtylfcatetf and costly task. Poftlffeatioris, headquarters and battle stations, hangars, ship tunnels, repair shops and storage depots have been built in' to granite accommodations at top* secret locations. Newspapers have reported* there are # 500 of these. Two deep tunnels have been carved out, of a mountain to accommodate destroyers, submarines, and other naval units. Plans have called for the entire navy to be provided with tunnels. These installations cannot be moved. Must new ones be built? The Swedish air force of 1,000 all-jet, first-line planes must now consider whether a major redeployment 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 and gasoline are stored in vast underground tanks in rock chambers and abandoned mines. Hidden pipelines link these to the berthing places of tankers and tank cars. It will take years and vast sums of money to relocate these. Military expenditures now take about one-fifth of Sweden's national budget. According to some estimates, this nation now must spend the equivalent of hundreds of millions of dollars more, and in a hurry, to repair the damage of the loss of defense secrets through Wennerstrom. Ever stuff canned drained figs with cream-cheese squares and serve on a bed of shredded lettuce and paper-thin celery crescents as a salad? Good with fried chicken or baked ham for a ladies' lunch. Held Over - Last 2 Days FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY—Don't Miss It © o 'f" \ HOURS: FRIDAY 10 A.M. re 7:30 P.M. SATURDAY 'til 5 P.M. \ i get a beautiful picture of your baby JC^% d for only AGES: INFANTS TO 12 YEARS Here's all you do! Just bring your children to our store on the dates shown and our specialist in child photography will take several cute poses. You'll get to see your lovely finished pictures io just a few days, Your choice from beautifully fin* ished pictures (not proofs) 5 x 7'a and wallet size. 1 8x10 front studio selected pose , « * the "Ideal Family Package." 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