Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 25, 1955 · Page 16
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 16

Dixon, Illinois
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Wednesday, May 25, 1955
Page 16
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The Dixon Evening Telegraph— Dixon. Illinois Wednesday, May 25, 1955 Page 16 Now . . . Satisfied? DETROIT Edward A. O'Brien objected at first when Detroit's Department of Public Works Commission notified him that as a homeowner he'd have to comply with city regulations and buy a garbage can. O'Brien explained that he's a bachelor and lives alone. He eats all his meals out. He never uses a garbage can. But the commission held firm, so O'Brien bought a garbage can and stood it in the front window for city officials to see. "I like everyone to be happy," he said. 4 TRACTOR MODELS AVAILABLE 3 h.p. Junior 5 h.p. Special 5 h.p. Delww 8 h.p. De-lucae All mod»U h»T« compl«t« and tran»ml»»ion wltk two forward »pe«di »nd on» N l w s paflrR R C H i V E ® . 34" Front Mount RoUry Available Ask us to demonstrate our complete line of attachments, consisting ot: Kotary, iieei ana oic^e «~ den Cttltirators and Turning Plow»-Rolle»-Bulldozer Blades and Haaling Carts. 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Open Friday Until 9 p. m. 103 Peoria Ave. Phone 3-0241 UeS. Has Superiority in Air, Say Defense Chiefs Sen. Jackson Savs Reds' T> _ T. iAl„ : j WASHINGTON 'T>-Top civilian iriefs ai the Pentagon sa\ die L'nued States still holds air superiority over P.ussia, out Sen. Jackson (D-\\ash> contends the Soviets are making •'alarming progress." The newest cnapter of what has the s s of Russian and Amen- Try Our 2 FOR 1 . Every Afternoon 5 to 5:30 p. m. Temporary Hours MONDAY thru FRIDAY 4:00 p. m. to 12 Midnight SATURDAY 1 p.m. to 12 Midnight A Moore's One Co»« ''oute Pa*11 204 FIRST ST. (an a>i suenr.h unfolded Tuesday vhen Secietrti\ of Defense Wilson tolcl a news confeience. "'It is our aim to maintain a military capability superior to that of any potential enemv; we can and are doing this ' f the Air Korci COME and WATCH The FIGHTS Every WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY NIGHTS BE SURE! Stop ftero first! To be sure to get where you're going with smooth motor* ing all the woy . . . stop hero before you stort. Not only to gas up and lube up, but to get that thorough check-up that can forestall trouble on the road. BE SAFE! CHAS. W. KERZ SINCLAIR SERVICE 322 S. Galena Ave. Dial 2-9761 Goodyear Tires & Batteries WHY SHOULD I USE MOORE'S OHE COAT HOUSE PAINT? : U TO SAVE EFFORT : 1_I TO SAVE MONEY Ye$. . . ALL THREE ARE RIGHT! Moore's One Coot House Point rnvftK in n sinalft ronf river nrsvi- H^^*8^^^^ M ously painted wood surfaces in gooa conainon. It goes on quickly and evenly . . , levels out and hides old colors ex* cellently . . . lasts for years! And it's first to offer you a wide color choice as well as white' SA95 per Benjamin A. 0 *" Moore S Consult us ofaouf all your painting questions* OPEN SATURDAY UNTIL 9 P. M. ANDENBER/2 F.o^er Leu.s at the tame session vith newsmen, said, "We ha\e superiority in teims of planes that can do the job; we ha^ e> qualitative as well as quantitative superiority" in such aircraft Lews said the Russians have displaved • moie bombe-s than v e thousrh; pot-siblp a >ea> aso" but said thev vete "not laige numbeis — to or 50 " Hear Talbot t Sen Jackson, chaum&n of a Senate-House Atomic Enersv subcom mittee on military applications, presided at a closed session vim Secretaiv of the Air Foice Haio.d Talbott and Gen. Xathan F. Tvm-mg, Air Force cmef of staff. Emerging, Jackson said he believes this country leads Russia now in air powet : but "we have consistently underestimated the ?bihty of the Soviet Union to produce all types of armament including the atomic bomb, the hydrogen bomb ^nd the intercontinental bomber." and that "unless \\e make a gieat effort for all-out production of jets of all kinds, both qualitatively and qualitatively be grav i >"eod .Rush rrottram* Jackson told n e w s m e n the United States could fall behind m the air power race unless it starts "crash I rush! progiams in some items," To surpass Russia, he said "vill take mucn greater production schedules than now provided for " At the Pentagon, there also was talk about the abilitv, but not nec-essanlv the present intention, to ^tep up anciaft pioduction if ncc- | Wilson «aid m a formal state- that "our programs are flexible enough so that we can step up our oioducuon on specific items at any lime it is determined necessary to •et any threat to our security." n answer to a questicn about mass production of the new Br-2 long-range, hea\y jet bomber made by Goeing Airplane Co., Lewis said both the Seattle and Wichita plants of the company are expandable Being Pushed Referring to the aenal demon stration over Moscow — th« incident which touched off the new debate —a reported asked if the. United States was going to push produc- m view of the new jet fighters and bombers in numbers seen there by U S. observers. ison replied that made no dif ference that plane production is being pushed anyway. . Or Divorce DENVER I.?) — His wife Patrick Henrv for her liberty Tuesday. Mrs. Mary Henry filed suit for divorce in District Court, charging "extreme and repeated of cruelty " Henry operates an inn at Aspen, Colo BUY YOUR HALF GALLON ICE CREAM At the Store! USE THIS BAG (JEEPS WHILE YOU SHOP! Cook County Board Denies U. of I. Land CHICAGO 1 -The Board is on lecoul as opposing the use of forest pieseive land foi the Chicago undei-giaduate division of the L'niveisitv of Illinois. Tuesdaj s unanimous vote was prompted by a universitv pioposal to u*e 300 acres of the Miller Meadow section near subuiban Mavuood The -site was one of se\eral i ecently inspected hv ttu's--tee<s in search of a campus to replace the Naw Pier blanch The board held it would represent a "precedent dangerous to the whole district" if acirajre were used for other than paik purposes mv legislation designed to allow :he university to use forest pre- PIZZA CHICKEN BASKET and Our Tasty Salad Bowl Wed., Sat. k Sun. Xites LANUTI'S HDD, ILL. TONITE THURSDAY ROBERT MUM MARILYN. 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