Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 15, 1963 · Page 15
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August 15, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

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SERTA Innerspring Complete Hollywood Bed *58 Mattress has hundreds of tempered steel coils, 100% Nylon cover with embroidered quilt top, prebuilt padded border with "border braces," handles and air ventsl Box Spring on legs has "Posture Board" for extra-firm supportl Plus choice of 4 different style Headboardsl *58 SERTA 4" Thick Foam Complete Hollywood Bed Mattress is 4" Thick SOLID FOAM that's non- allergenic and gives cradling support to every body contour! Has 100% Nylon cover with Embroidered Quilt Top! Plus 10". high matching Steel Foundation on set of sturdy legs and your choice of 4 different style Headboardsl OPEN EVERY NIGHT • 200 MILES FREE DELIVERY BROADWAY and NASA • ALTON, ILLINOIS GIs Eating Closely ••. Supervised } By EilWAftD 8, KtTCtf CHICAGO (AP)«-The Amerteart soldier Is eating more and better ood today than ever before. T Maj. Gen. Thomas B. Evans, 52, iead of the Defense Subsistence itipply Center headquartered Ifl Chicago, says It costs an avdfafefl 'f $1.05 a day to feed a member if the armed forces. To feed the 2.6 million men hi he armed services, Gett. E^anS pends more than $2.5 million ach work day. This makes him he largest food buyer in the United States. To operate his far-flung food rocurement and shipping system ten. Evans employs 1,575 civil* ans, officered by 125 men. Continental U.S. forces are erved through 10 regional offices n the United Slates. There are jOO in the Chicago office. "We do the job with a mini- mini of people." said Gen. Ev- jns. Armed forces kitchens are ^tip- plied through 20 supply points 1&- cated close to troop concentrations. Planning meals begins with a staff of dieticians headed by Maron C. Bollman, a civilian. She says menus are planned through 1965. >: Menus leave the Chicago office seven months in advance of use, vith large-quantity basic-de mands planned as much as 18 months in advance. Meals are built around a food value of 4,000 to 4,200 calories a day. Each day's menu must have one lighly acceptable meat, such ,as steak, roast beef, slew. Less acceptable fare is offered as alt'er- lales at dinner or supper. "'• C Armed services personnel' are served sleak three times a nWjnth chicken six times, swiss .sfeak once or twice, roast beef -jMree times, turkey twice, ham four-pr five times, pork loin, chopper roasts four to five limes. '•'; The American soldier consumes three times as much fruit juices as his cvilian cousin. He cqn- sumes four times as much fruits and vegetables. -..',,-.\ The soldier is furnished witfr all the milk he can drink. Fresh'inilk is purchased in those dairy countries nearest military bases.^Everywhere except in Japan and.Ko rea, where non-fat dry milk jand butter fat are reconstituted, fresh milk is available. •'•••• Corporations Looking For Tax Cut By SAM DAWSON AP Business News Analyst NEW YORK (AP) - Corporations may be soulless but the prospect of a tax cut can stir ho/ie and wishful planning in their breasts as well as in yours. So the news that Congress apparently now is giving the green light again to a tax cut, even though it will be next year instead of this, has pepped up corporate management in the dragging days of late summer. The stock market has taken rate. Business planners are talk- ng of better days to come. The corporate stake in tax cutting is in three parts. First is the chance of getting the 52 pei- cent levy on corporate earnings down to 48 per cent in wo years. Second is the hope that top and niddle individual income rates vill be lowered enough to make nore money available for invest- nenl. Third is their belief (and Oils hey share with top union leaders) that personal incomes after axes will be expanded enough to nake more purchasing power ,for he consumer goods that many corporations turn out directly and ithers indirectly by furnishing the naterials or distributing and re- ailing the goods. | Many business and financial eaders have stressed their fear if tux cutting without government pending reductions. This might raise the Treasury leficit enough to trigger new ; in- lation or undermine either the 'alue of the dollar or Its repufu- ion in international money marmots. ;" Even these agree that cuts; in lorporate taxes should be an Jin- mediate help to business in pro- 'iding economic growth. Government economists stress his as necessary to lick unem Joyment and make the United States stronger competitivelyfjj) oreign trade. .£V, Some bankers now are 8ay|ng liat recent official moves |Jjjp iglitcn credit and raise Inteytiijt ales should offset to a consldflr- able extent any threats posed by tax They consider such moves irake on speculative trends b e i r more conservative 'agues four would be uneoi by tax cutting that further he federal deficit, LONDON - An English layer has missed his mo»tU KU'tunt match because tie taking wi e*u.m for g

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