Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 14, 1965 · Page 3
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 3

Ironwood, Michigan
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Wednesday, July 14, 1965
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1965. 1RONWOOD DAItY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THREE Senate Is Expected to Approve 2 of President's Top Nominees Ky JACK 15lil,l< WASHINGTON 'API - party eai.lers predicteu today the SentU: will approve two of Presi- '.ent .Johnson's fip nominees — fi.;ri£i.: Thurguod Marshall to be •oiicit'j.i- general and Leonard H. Marks ( 0 direct the U.S. In-! 'ormalion Agency i Democratic Leader Mikei Mansfield and Republican Lead- .T I'Jvereii M. Dirkseii said in 1 separate interviews they see no •eason both the appointees should not be confirmed with' .'casonnble speed • However. Joluioon'.- selection' )f Marshall, a Negro circuit iuclge, to succeed Archibald Cox is solicitor general, aroused: *ome Southern opposition. ! Sen. Spessard L Holland, D-! l<'la., said he bclie-ved the choice if the former uencral counsel for the National Association for; the Advancement of Colored, People as the government's; chief trial lawyer was unwise. ; "To make him the special pleader for the \vhotc of the government certainly opens the matter up to controversy," Hoi- 1 land said. Johnson announced the nominations Tuesday at a White House news coniercnce. Major topics included: * * * VIET NAM - The President said "increased aggression from the north may require an increased American response on the ground. It is quite possible that new and serious decisions will be necessary in the near future." In response tc a question on whether military reserves might be caller' up and draft calls increased, he said, "The government is always considering every possibility and every eventuality " DISARMAMENT - He bul would -jail for .-. quick court, test; on tlieir;. The President saidi he ViOi'irs the Conferees can > "agree'on siuisfaci.ory language that wii! give us the most ofjec-j live reptu't) provision thai is obtainable and chat we think; can be supported in the courts.": He said he is against the poll 1 tax and would like to see it repealed. CIVIL RIGHTS — Asked about comments by some Republican leaders who "have suggested that over the years you have changed your position on civil rights. ' Johnson said. "I am going to try to provide all ol the leadership that I can, notwithstanding the fact that someone may point to a mistake or 100 mistakes that I made in . my past." * * * i Following announcement of Marshall's nomination, Sens. : Jacob K. Javits, R-N.Y., and ; Philip A. Hart. D-Mich., applauded his record on the Circuit Court of Appeals to which he was appointed by President 1 John F. Kennedy on Sept. 23, ! lfl6l. Marshall served under a recess appointment and was not confirmed until Sept. 11, 1962. ; At that time 16 Southern Demo-; crats voted against him. In announcing the appointment of Marshall, Johnson noted that the nominee will be taking a reduction In salary. He draws $33,000 yearly as a circuit' ! judge, will get 28,500 as solicitor general. The choice of Marks to succeed Carl T. Rowan, Negro director of the USIA, surprised many in Congress. Marks was employed in var- positions In the Federal Communications Commission, including assistant to the gener- AF Will Launch Twin Sentinels By HOWARD HENl-DICT AP Aerospace Writer CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. also will carry optical instruments capable of detecting a nuclear blast anywhere- in the' atmosphere or on the earth's, surface. The optical instruments were, designed to differentiate the initial blast of a bomb from lightning flashes, which are oc-! curring at the :ais of 60 to 100 aj second in the atmosphere. — A pair of Sentry satellites is 1 Two years ago. the United ! States and the Soviet Union were among more than 100 na-! tions which signed the limited The Air Force announced t o-! nuclear test ' ban U(Daty day that the twin sentinels will Red China, <.»hich recently be sent into high-flying orbits by : exploded her first nuclear dean Atlas-Agena rocket Riding; vices . above ground, did not: along will be a third satellKs, a i si g n - ; 12-pounder designed to measure' The satellites were developed: radiation in the Van Allen Belt, i under a project named Vela — | The nuclear detection satel-: night watch — to help police the lites will join four others j treaty. A nation could secretly launched in pairs ir 1963 and if ire a nuclear bomb by rocket- 1964. : ing it deep into spnce A second The earlier satellites have j rocket would be needed to carry delicate sensors which peer diagnostic gear more than 200 million miles into •— -~ space to spot a clandestine nu-l Brazil produces one-half of the clear detonation. The new pair;world's coffee. TRIAL RUN—This soaring structure, 250 feet high and 400 feet long, at NASA's Langley Research Center in Virginia aids development of techniques for landing vehicles on the moon. The effect of moon gravity, one-sixth that of earth, is simulated by means of cables attached to a hoist system. (NEA Telephoto) Worker Gets Loan as Gift BUFFALO, N.Y. (APi — A 38-year-old steel worker who went to the bank for a $1,000 loan was amazed when the bank gave it to him as a gift. Officials of the Marine Trust Co. of Western New York hand- ed Henry A. Kawa of suburban Orchard Park ten $100 bill Tuesday and marked his loan paid hi full. A bank spokesman said tha last month the bank noticed had granted 650,000 loans and decided to make a gift of a loan sought by its 700,000th customer. Kawa was No. 700,000. Food Stamps To Be Sold The schedule for the sale of food stamps for the second half of July is announced by the Iron County food stamp office at Hurley. It provides for stamps to be sold on Friday. July 16. at Hurley. The itinerant schedule will not take place until Mond a y . July 19, when the sales people will visit Mercer from 9 t o 11:30 a.m., Iron Belt from 1:15 to 2 p.m. and Saxon from 3 to 4. The sales will take place in the town halls. Sales will be resumed in Hurley on Tuesday, Wednes day and Thursday, July 20. 21 and 22. Applications for the food stamp program may be made at the Courthouse in Hurley during office hours, or at the town halls in Mercer. Iron Belt and Saxon. All low income households are invited to investigate the program. Even though the head of a household may be employed, if the family is large, it may qualify for food stamps. The free stamps can make the difference between a poor and an adequate diet, according to Iron County food stamp o I- ticials. baroque pearls, the least valuable, are irregular-shaped pearls. USE DAILY GUOBh. WaNT-ADS the resumption of disarmament negotiations in Geneva and that the United States has suggested the 17-nation talks resume July POLL TAXES — Johnson said he has asked AUy. Gen. Nicholas Katzenbach to work with House and Senate conferees in an effort to deal with state poll taxes in the voting riphts bill. The measure as passed by the House would ban the use of state poll taxes in state or local elections. 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