Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 12, 1965 · Page 3
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Ironwood, Michigan
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Wednesday, May 12, 1965
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1965. IRONWOOD DAHY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THRff Court Declares Road Signs Law Unconstitutional LANSING fAP) — The Michigan Supreme Court struck down Tuesday a 1925 state law giving the State Highway Department power to remove advertising signs from highway rights of way. The court unanimously held that the law is unconstitutional because it gave the state highway commissioner "the power to discriminate at will." The law requires approval of the commissioners for signs on or along any highway. Senate, House Are $53 Million Apart on School Aid Proposals By DICK BARNES ! publican governor's recomenda- Associated Press Writer 'tions. LANSING (API — The Senate The House committee recom- and House were on a school aid mendations are for a basic grant collision course today as their of $260 per pupil and a deduc- education committees reported tible millage factor of 4.675. out bills a whopping $53 million The higher the deductible mil- in History By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Wednesday. May 12, the 132nd day of 1965. There are 233 days left in the year. • Today's highlight in history: ] On this date in 1943, the bat-] tie of North Africa ended. The i the Mediter- shipping and by Washington to Moscow said was on board an aircraft carrier American U-2 flights over So- throughout the 23 months. John viet territorj were only for de- is wearing the American theater, fensive purposes and not ag- Asiatic Pacific and Philippin o gression. Liberation ribbons, and n i n p One year ago — A U.S. mili- stars for campaigns in which he tary transport plane crashed at participated. Manila: 73 of the 83 persons aboard were killed. Record of the Past apart. lage factor, the more than aid victory reopened The House group went for a tends to be channeled to needy iranean to allied shipping and 10 YEARS $103 million increase over this districts. i ended the threat from the south a t ures year's aid program but it ap- The Senate education com-!to Egypt and Gibraltar, peared likely to run into trouble mittee proposal is for a $245 i On this date in the House Ways and Means grant and deductible millage of; in 1775, American Committee. 4.25. ; captured Crown A Daily Thought School May Be Named NEW fORK (AP) — The Board of Education said Tuesday it is considering naming a new high school on Manhattan's West Side after the late Sir Winston Churchill. The school is scheduled to open next fall. WINS CITATION — Cpl. chael J. Lambrix, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. (Budi Johnson, 144 . ... . W. Ridge St., Ironwood, is one In an opinion written by jus- of seve n U.S Marines now sta- tice Eugene Black, the court tioned at Quantico, Va. who re- added, though, "we agree that cen tly were awarded Navy Unit the legislature may validly reg- .Commendation Ribbons for "ex- bodies ulate roadside advertising de- tremely meritorious service" ! state __ r vices, provided its enactment during the period from March'Lynn Bartlett plus a S12 million increase in payment of trans- 27 through May 10, 1964, in con- aid program for building school portation costs and $4.5 million nection with the disastrous earth-; plants, for improved vocational educa-'Amoy. The Senate pared down the : tion. The King Danus <vv 0 te all the peoples sations -incl languages t,hat dwell ir: all the earth 'Peace oe .miltiplied to you "—Daniel n 25 You are not going to get peace with millions ot armed men. The chariot ol peace cannot advance over a road uttered with cannon. —David Lioyd Deorge. World War I British Prime Minister. provided its enactment is related reasonably to the exercise of the police power, is free from individious discrimination and includes no power of discrimination." *• * * Black added that the legislature could include factors of beauty in its consideration of regulations for billboards. Two Upper Peninsula motel owners brought the case to the supreme court. Despite the c o r u t's ruling Walter A. O'Brien, owner of Birch Creek Motel in Delta County, still lis sign. quake and tidal wave which struck the Island of Kodiak, Alaska. Lambrix and other six recipients were serving with the Marine Barracks at Kodiak, which was one of nine units commended by Secretary of the Navy Paul H. Nitze. In the citation, Nitze said the units went into action to "alleviate the widespread suffering and destruction resulting from this catastrophe. In addition to restoring military facilities and utilities, these units simultaneously AGO — Temper- High 73. low 50. ... Allan Kangas and Aileen Faf- colonials forci wil1 reign as king and Point on Lake i queen, over the Junior Prom, The Senate Education Com- The existing formula is $236.50 'Champlain, N.Y. which will be held at the Luther mittee voted for a $50 million and 4.25. > in 1820, Florence Nightingale, L. Wright High School Friclav. increase after it was told by the Romney proposed $242 and the "Angel of Mercy" in the May 13, in the school gymna-s- appropriations committee that 425. Crimea, was born. She fought ium. "Red Sails in the Sunset' Mi-; no more money would be avail- The House included a $2 mil- public opinion to devote herself lias been chosen as the theme able. lion special aid grant fof low to nursing, and lived to see the for the- prom. . Combining ex 1 ehon , your ,i Baf tne<i «<i» Both plans are well over the valuation districts. The Senate : profession rise to high prestige, cellent pitching with a solid $32 million increase recommend- proposed instead a $9 million i In 1892, a Confederate sol- attack, the Hurley Midgets ed in Gov. George Romney's 'hardship aid grant administer- idlers' home was opened at opened their 1955 baseball cam- budget. ed under a more rigid formula. Nashville, Tenn., in "The Her- paign with a lopsided 14-1 tri- The House aid. program em- Both education committees in- mitage," which had been the. um Ph nver t' ie Bergland Vik- the recommendations of eluded $7.5 million aid to the home of President Andrew in i s $6 million i Jackson. o 0 YEARS AGO — Temoera- In 1938, the Japanese fleet tures: High 47, low 38. .Wil- captured the Chinese island of Ham Seymour, junior 'class president, and Rose Marie Al- Moscow announced berl reigned last evening as ACME QUALITY HOUSE PAINT QUAurr is Martin's Hardware Sophie St. Bessemer Phone 663-4417 Schools Superintendent underprivileged, a In 1945, $91 million Bartlett proposal. The House bill would mean the capture of 63 Nazi generals king and queen of the Junior What finally happens to the school spending of $484 million i in scattered actions after V-E class promenade held in the school aid program apparently next year versus the $380 mil- Day on the eastern front. gymnasium of the Luther L 1965-66. lion spent this year. The Senate Ten years ago — Red China! Wright High School. "Apple version would cost $431 million, accused U.S. Air Force planes Blossom Time" was the their" entered an agreement with the state that billboards must not be erected on his land within 300 feet of the highway centerline. In the case of Donald A. Froberg. owner of Christmas Motel In Alger County, the court struck clown a summary judgment by Alger County Circuit Court that Froberg's sign must go. The court said the 1925 la'v to vest, with 'having juris- the power to approve Dr disapprove at will the erec- ;ion or maintenance of right-of- way signs and advertising devices." It added: "In poorly concealed eration Helping Hand' by providing invaluable assistance to their civilian neighbors in effecting the recovery of Alaskan communities. The fortitude, initiative, cooperation and devotion to duty of the individual members of all units in the face of disastrous circumstance? were in keenine with the highest traditions of the United Stales Naval Service." will determine how the state budget resembles Rom- _ ney's proposals. Other spending — | 0 f violating its territory in bat- \ of "the "affair".' . .John S. Kostac, progra-s- being drafted by the William Howard Taft was the j tie with a MIG force off North radar man 2-c arrived home af- Democratic legislative majority i first man to be president of 481 Korea. : ter 23 months of duty in the are generally close to the Re- states. , Five years ago — A note sent '• Pacific theater of the war. He tends businessmen should be allowed to have one sign adjacent to their place of business. He added "we'll still push our give the high- the right to enough land to bus, . .. .. . ,.,,_, mv.oo.nv... for a sign "that will ract,.the policy under which the properly advertis | their bus- defendant commissioner so far me gg .. aas assumed to act has not Tnis bill wollld have the b come from Michigan's legisla- messman. the highway depart- ture. It has come from federally ment and tne state Tou * ist <£ un _ promulgated 'policies and pro- cil agree on tne t , si cedures requiring removal of all He said tne bill is due outeof advertising signs from all fed- committee Thursday. eral aided highways.' " * * * The highway department has contended it will lose federal money if it doesn't remove advertising signs from rights-of- way. Court injunctions have stopped it from removing signs in many areas of the Upper Peninsula. "I commend the court for its decision," said R^p. Dominic Jacobetti, D-Negaunee. 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