Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 7, 1972 · Page 19
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September 7, 1972

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 19

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From NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE, NOAA. U.S. bcpt. of Commerce 50 Alton Evening Telegraph Thursday, Sept. 7, 70 FORECAST i Show low T«mparo»ur«* Expaefed Until Friday Morning delated Precipitation Not Indicated- Coniulf Lceol foncatt National Weather A continuation of Hie warming trend is forecast for eastern slates Thursday with cooler weather expected for norlli-ceiitrul regions. Showers are forecast for the Pacific Northwest, Southwest and Gulf coast. AMERICA'S LARGEST FAMILY CLOTHING CHAIN EST. 1940 OPEN 9:30 T/l 9;30 MEN JAKE $10 OFF OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF POLYESTER & WORSTED YEAR-ROUND SUITS! Don't Irt that low Knlint Hall pi KV foul \ on! Tlior air suits of outstanding cxcdlrmv in a hlrml of polycstri and jiuu wool worsted lor round-thc caK-miar coinlort and stamina! What's more, they .stand up lo all (lie uv.it you can give; them with practically no wrinkling. In xinglr- breasted models with today's important fashion details . . distinctive, new Fall "7:2 patterns and colors. 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Lows middle 50s to mid 60s, highs mostly in 80s. ew measure introduced to imit strip coal mining S4 . jB.v JIM ADAMS I/AS.H1NGTON (AP) - Dt- fcijsc Secretary Mclvin R, Lrjrd lolrl Congress a mon'h bel'nro 1hr> U.S. mining of Ndi'th Vietnamese harbo";; Ihit flic time had come '•> half arnr< shipments from ih.: Soi-jfi Union and other colmlrics to Hanoi. •'If these major powers pro willing lo go ahead and support the criminals and the bahdiK in complete disrej'.'ml foif international law and inlmialirmal understanding. I hire is a time when we havi; in say 'no'." Laird testified. "I think that time is now." He outlined those views <n a closed-door session befor-j the foreign operations subcommittee of the Hou.ie Appropriations Committee on April 11, 28 days net' re President Nixon announced the bombing and mining policy. A censored transcript, of L a i r d ' s testimony was released by the subcommittee today. * Laird was asked then if there were any plans to mine Haiphong harbor. "I am not going to discus:contingency plans and the various possibilities," no replied, "but I would not rule that out." Laird said he would not object to self-defense 1 arms sh )>• menfs for Hanoi but said the Soviet shipments were givn; North Vietnam its only means of continuing the Indochina war indefinitely. "They will come down another way as long as the Soviet Union continues givi-y them the wherewithal to do it," he said, "because their objective is to ... dominalj Southeast Asia." Laird also told the subcommittee that the Indochina win- lias cost the United Sta f e« S128.2 billion since 1905. Unsaid the annual cost rose from $103 million in 1965 to S28.8 billion in 1969 and was down last year to fifl billion. Excluding military spending required with or without a war. Laird put the cost of the war at. $101.8 billio;: overall, with a high of S2U billion in 1969 and a total of S7 billion last year. 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