Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 12, 1965 · Page 17
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MONDAY, JULY 12, 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN FIVE U.S. Is Building Chain of Bases In S. Viet Nam By HAL BOYLE CAM RANK BAY. South Viet Nam .(AP)-Thls little far off war is becoming bigger every! day. I One sign that the United! States is preparing for a long! campaign is the chain of bases' it is building along South Viet Nam's lengthy east joast. The bases range from Vung Tau, near Saigon, to Da Nany, 380 miles to the northeast. Such giant nests of power are not the product of an idle hour, nor are they stopgap improvisations. They take months to plan, months to complete. They take the work of hundreds of machines, thousands of men, and millions of pounds of fuel'and supplies. The latest of this chain of bases is at this deep water bay slightly more than a third of the distance from Saigon to Da Nang. It can harbor some of the world's largest ships. "it could become bigger than Saigon," said Lt. Samuel I. Eskenazi, 23, Seattle, Wash., platoon leader of an Army landing craft company. The pier has a 100-ton floating crane. Seven weather-yellowed French buildings house units of the Vietnamese junk navy. "Both the Japanese and the French recognized the strategic position of the port," said Capt. Lindbergh Jones, 37, Leesville, La. "The Japanese built fortifications and ammo dumps during the second World War, and this is one of the last places the French pulled out of after the battle of Dien Bien Phu in 1954. "We're building standard port and depot facilities and cantonment areas for logistic troops and an Army airfield." , A look at the map shows why the base site attracted Army strategists. The peninsula dan gles in the sea like a wavy finger 22 miles southeast of Nha Trang, a popular coastal resort. Surrounded on three sides by water, its narrow neck could be easily defended in case of trouble in the midpart of the country. Equally well, it could serve as a major marshalling point by the U.S. Army in launching an attack in the central area. The Army is building a new 4,600-foot airstrip and lengthening a small one left by the French. In addition, if needed, there is plenty of room for another major airfield — if the U.S. Air Force finds it requires one here. SCENE FROM PLAY—Miss Earlene A. Bates of Sault Ste. Marie is pictured in a scene from the play "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" in which she appeared in the leading female role, Margaret, wife of Brick, younger son of multimillionaire plantation owner "Big Daddy" Pollitt, when the play was given two summers ago in a Michigan State University cast. She is playing the same character in the same .play which opens at the In- dianhead Mountain Lodge Tent Theater Tuesday night at 8:30. She participated widely in various phases of the theater arts, while a student at MSU. During the past year and a half, she has been engaged professionally, mainly as Folksinger in Gerdes Folk City, the 4 CCCC's Club in 1 New York, the Club 4N in Boston, the 2nd Fret in Philadelphia and AMNAPHIO in New York. She was a member of the Glad Dodging Band at the Ann Arbor Folk Festival; appeared on television programs at Lansing and various other folk festivals. She was drama director at Lake Newfound, N.H., directing dramatic plays and musicals, including "The King and I." In the field of dramatic acting, she has a background of numerous roles including Antoinette in "Beauty and the Beast;" Catherine in "The Heiress;" Martha in "Virginia Wolfe;" Meg Brockie in "Brigadoon;" Rosalie in "Oh, Dad, Poor Day," Sallin in "Nine Girls," and Mignonette in "Happy Time," in MSU productions. A member of the Civic Circle Players in Lansing, she played Maria in "Twelfth Night," and Anna in "Anna Christie," among other roles. She has also appeared in dramatic roles at Jackson an din "Sing, Ho for a Bear") Winnie the Pooh musical) in Piglet, N.Y. GM, Ford, AMC Presidents to Testify at Senate Hearing DETROIT (AP) — Presidents I suggested by of General Motors, Ford Motor been available to Navy to Support Guard Training GRAYLING (AP) - Live ammunition will be used . when Navy Skyhawks fire rockets and 20 millimeter cannons in support of Michigan Naiional Guard troop action against a simulated agressor force this week. The inter-service operation between the Navy and the Guard will be the first of its kind for National Guard encampments in the United States, said Maj. Gen. Cecil Simmons, commanding general of Michigan's 46th Infantry Division. Four Skyhawks from the Glenview, 111., Naval Air Station will be flown to provide air fire power for the simulated attack; while artillery units "soften" the make-believe aggressor with live fire, he said. The combined arms training is to begin Thursday The simulated battle problem will last six days. Units from Lansing, Saginaw Jackson, Alma, Pontiac, Grand Haven, Albion and Detroit are to take part in the action, Sim mons said. persons awaiting admission to state institutions. Dr. V.A. Stehman, director of ;he department's services for mentally retarded said, "we lope to empty our institutions of ;hose who are capable of lead- Ing productive lives outside." Initially the program will involve institutions at Lapeer, Ft. Ouster, Mount Pleasant and Coldwater. Ship's Master To Be Charged SAULT STE. MARIE (AP)— Negligence charges are to be filed in Chicago Guard Friday by the against Coast Capt. Martin Joppich of Rogers City, master of the sunken freighter Cedarville. Lt. Commander Arthur W. Gove of the Coast Guard said he would file the charges before Charles Carroll of Cleveland, hearing examiner for the Coast Guard's ninth district. Gove will act as prosecutor. The Cedarville sank May 7 Co. and American Motors head the list of witnesses for a Senate hearing into automotive safety scheduled to start Tuesday in Washington. Sen. Abraham Ribicoff, D- Conn., heads the panel. Ribicoff, during a preliminary three-day hearing last March, charged that the auto industry was dragging its heels in the field of auto safety. He pointed to the increasing annual traffic death toll, which reached 47,000 last year. With the presidents of three companies and two top vice presidents of Chrysler Corp. heading for Washington, the auto industry apparently took the hearing seriously. There was no official indication of what the auto makers planned to tell the committee. But one company observer, who declined use of his name, said: I think the industry is going to make it plain to Congress and to everyone else that it is just as concerned as' anyone else with the number of highway deaths and accidents. "I think it will show that rather than dragging its feet, as Sen. Ribicoff implied, the industry actually is leading the way in automotive safety," he said. It was generally expected that the automotive witnesses would point to the millions of dollars spent, each year in the auto companies' own safety research centers, plus additional millions spent on various campuses in safety projects. The .General Services Administration (GSA) July 1 publicized a list of 17 safety devices which must be on all cars the the GSA have motorists as extra cost options. car. Each of the safety- items Retarded to Receive Aid LANSING (AP) — A federa grant of $487,504 will help more than 3,000 mencally retarded persons get job training and placement, Mental Health Director Robert Kimmich said today. The grant is from the U.S. Department of Labor. The program will stress job exposure, job development, on- the-job training and placement of retarded persons. Kimmich said the program would reduce the number of Spotted Fever Warning Given LANSING (AP)—The Health Department warned southwestern Michigan residents Friday to beware of Rocky Mountain spotted fever in the wake of finding the first two cases of the diseasp in Michigan in 14 years. The disease was diagnosed in a girl, 5, and boy, 7, from the Niles area. Health Commissioner Albert Heustis warned persons to watch for ticks. The tick imbeds its head under the skin and sucks blood. Heustis recommended parents in tick-infested areas check children periodically, especially around the face and neck. Ticks should be removed, he said, by pulling them gently from the skin. The bite should be disinfected. Unemployment Is Up in June DETROIT (AP) — The Mich igan Employment Security Com mission says unemployment, in a normal seasonal upturn, rose 24,000 in the state in June. This pushed the total to 104, 000, or 3.3 per cent of the state labor force. The state's unemployment to tal was 31,000 under that o June last year. The employment total rose 21,000 to 2,926,700, or 147,30 higher than last year's figure. IN LEADING ROLE — Peter Landry has the leading male role in "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof." the stirring drama by Tennessee Williams, which opens Tuesday night at 8:30 at the Indianhead Mountain Lodge Tent Theater He will play opposite Miss Ear lene A. Bates of Sault Ste. Marie who plays Margaret. Landry who plays the role of the disil lusioned Brick, younger son o: multimillionaire plantation own er "Big Daddy" Pollitt and hus band of Margaret, is pictured as he appeared in "U.S.A." in which he played Moorehouse in a Michigan State University pro duction in April 1964. He parti cipated in various phases of the theater while attending MSU Landry, who holds a bachelor o arts degree in speech, with a theater production major, has been engaged during the pas and this season as director of the Indianhead Mountain Lodgi Summer Theater. During his col lege career, he gained exper ience In all facets of the theate arts, including directing, pro duction and acting. Among thi utstanding dramatic roles which he has playedareFolliot in •Becket;" Moorehouse In "U.S.A.;" George in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolfe;" Geofrey in "A Taste of Honey;" Paul in "The Moon Is Blue;" Jean in "Rhinoceros;" the professor in "The ,esson;" Jimmy Porter in Look Back in Anger;" the count in "Duchess of Malfi," and fifst narrator in "The Stranger." At Indianhead last ieason, he enacted the role of Tom, the narrator, in "The Glass Menagerie." Near-Perfect Flight , Is Made by Titan 3C CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) — Near-perfect performance of the June 18 maiden test flight of the Titan 3C military space rocket was disclosed in statistics released by the Air Force. The satellite was intended to achieve an orbit ranging from 98 to 100 miles high. Actual figures were 96 to 101. • ; Only 5 of the 39 British monarchs since William the Conqueror are buried in foreign soil.' ""All I said was- Show me a filter that realty delivers taste and I'll eat my hat/' * N Try new Lucky Strike Filters © A. r. co. STOCK SLASHING SALE! with a loss of 10 lives. The sinking followed a collision with the Norwegian Motor Vessel Topdalsfjord in a thick fog in the Mackinac Straits. The Chicago hearing will coincide with the arrival in Chicago of the Topdalsfjord, making her second trip into the Great Lakes this season. Gove said officers of the Norwegian vessel will be called to testify to substantiate the Coast Guard charge that Joppich operated his ship in a negligent manner just prior to the collision. Meanwhile; attorney Victor G. Hanson of Detroit, head of a committee representing widows of three dead Cedarville crew members and eight other Cedarville crewmen who were injured, said personal injury and damage'suits totaling $3,750,000 would be filed in Chicago today against the Topdalsfjord. ' J ' COMET'S "HAIR" The name "comet" deriv e 8 through the Latin from the Greek work for "hair" and suggests an imagined resemblance between a comet's tail and long hair streaming in the wind. STORE CLOSED ALL DAY TUESDAY... to mark down and tag this huge inventory. Everything on racks for your convenience. Ours is a fixed policy of STOCK CLEARANCE EACH YEAR! Our past, present and future clearancee sales should serve to illustrate that for SUPER BARGAINS, unusual assortment and the utmost for your shoe dollar every time, you just cannot beat THE BOOTERY ALL SPRING AND SUMMER FOOTWEAR AT TERRIFIC SAVINGS! TERRIFIC SACRIFICE THIS IS YOUR BIG BARGAIN OPPORTUNITY-SAVINGS OF 40% TO 80%. WE MUST AND WILL SACRIFICE A $15,000 DOLLAR INVENTORY OF AMERICA'S FINEST FOOTWEAR-WOMEN'S, MEN'S & CHILDREN'S JUST TWICE YEARLY CAN YOU GET SUCH TERRIFIC BUYS. WE HAVE NEVER BEFORE SLASHED PRICES SO LOW! STORE CLOSED ALL DAY TUESDAY... Selling Starts WED. JULY 14th-9 A.M. 'Thrust-Back Cb»qr'_ TOILET TANK BALL Amtrlca'i lorg.tf Stfl.r Th. .fliclenf Wafer Ma«tw in»tonlly rtopi th. flow of wafer oiler «oeh flushing. 7St AT HARDWARE STORES industry supplies to federal agencies, effective Sept. 28, 1966. The Items ranged from an exhaust control system to limit the flow of-,contamlnating gases into the air to mandatory outside rear view mirrors. General Motors announced last week that six of the OSA items would be standard equipment on 1966 GM cars. American Motors said practically the same thing Friday Chrysler said it would have "a number of additional safety items as standard features on its 1966 models." Ford Motor Co. said It would make its position clear at the committee sessions. GM President James M. Roche and GM Board Chairman Frederic G. Donner will appear before the panel Tuesday. Wednesday, Chrysler's Harry Chesbrough, vice president product planning, and Virgil Boyd, group vice president domestic automotive, will share the witness stand. Chrysler President Lynn A. Townsend had a previous commitment. AMC President Roy Abernet hy will take the stand Thursday and Arjay Miller, Ford presi dent, is to appear Friday. A Detroit Chevrolet dealer es tlmated last week that the six basic safety items added bj GM would cost about $70 pe Women's and Teens' FOOTWEAR Better hurry for your choice. About 70 pairs—most sizes and widths, most colors. Reg. to $6.99 per pair SAVE! SAVE! WOMEN'S & TEENS' FOOTWEAR Reg. to 7.99 In this huge group are heels and flats. Most colors, sizes and widths. TEENAGE FLATS PLUS SOME HEELS Reg. to 12.99 In the lot are pinks, light blues, whites, blacks. Beautiful, shoes, all this season's. $ 3.84 WOW! READ! ACT! WOMEN'S FOOTWEAR REG. TO 13.99 Red Cross, Jolene, Mandarins, Etc. These will not last long, down for your choice. Citations, So hurry ALL SALES CASH! NO CHARGES DURING THIS SLASHING SALEI WOMEN'S FOOTWEAR REG. TO 13.99 Stacked heels, dress heels, sizes to 10, widths 3A to C. All famous name brands. $ 5.77 WOMEN'S FOOTWEAR REG. TO 14.99 All in this group are spring and summer styles . .. right up-to-the minute patterns. $ 6.73 WOMEN'S FOOTWEAR REG. TO 14.99 Red Cross, Paradise Kittens, loads to choose from. All sizes and widths in this lot. $ 7.69 WOMEN'S FOOTWEAR REG. TO 15.99 Red Cross, Socialites, Cobbles. You have got to see'tHese shoes for terrific values. $ 8.65 10% DISCOUNT on all shoes not on racksl MEN'S-WOMEN'S-BOYS'-CHILDREN'S WOMEN'S FOOTWEAR REG. TO 15.99 Out* finest, a good selection of sizes Stacked medium heels. Whites, greens, etc. and widths, bones, platinum, $< BOYS' and MEN'S SHOES REG. TO 10.95 OXFORDS — LOAFERS BLACK OR BROWNS NOW S 6.73 & CHILDREN'S SHOES BOYS' and GIRLS' OXFORDS — STRAPS NOW REG. TO 8.50 S 4.8t MEN'S SHOES .REG. TO 16.95 OXFORDS — LOAFERS HAND SEWN INCLUDED NOW 7.69 5 State Park Honors Its 50,000th Camper PARADISE (AP) — The 50,000th camper spent Saturday night at the Tahquamenon Falls State Park near here. Clifford Ksson of Racine, Wis., his wife and J lye davjghters .received: a certificate from the Michigan Department of Conservation, prizes and a free night's camping. .They were on a trip around Lake' Michigan. TOPS IN FINE FOOTWEAR AT LESS THAN IN IRONWOOD THE BOOTERY "WHERE QUALITY PREVAILS" Store Hours 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fridays 9 a.m. to 8:30 USE DAU.Y GLOBK WANT-ADS * ,vi

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