Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 8, 1965 · Page 7
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TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOU, IRONWGC.D, MICHIGAN SEVEN Parents Plan to Go to Houston To Visit Space Pilot McDiVitt By PHIL BROWN Associated Press Writer JACKSON (AP) — There was excited talk about their son fly- "down to the ranch" for the weekend. "It's been a tense four days, but it's been the most beautiful ing to the moon some day, but| four days ln my entlre Ufei> , the parents of space pilot James sa irj n i S mother, Mrs. Margaret A. McDivitt were more interested today in plans to join him McDivitt. Was she ready to have her son in Houston. ! fly to the moon? The astronaut's father. James! "I'm planning on it," she ex- A. McDivitt Sr., said the family' claimed Monday soon after may be able to leave a% early ! hearing reports that her son as Wednesday to see their son i and partner White had landed and find out first hand what he learned in four days of space safely from 62 trips around the world. i-O-Ree Set For June 11-13 exploration. : Just before the splashdown, But astronaut McDivitt will she noted the large number of need a coup]? of days first to'cameramen in front of her! report on that to space agency home and exclaimed, "if they officials. And President Johnson i return safely, they can take my has invited McDivitt and his fel-> picture on top of the house." low astronaut, Edward White, ', "They never gave us a chance . to be nervous, they did so bea- tifully," said the astronaut's sis- iter, Mrs. Charleen Shehan of I Jackson. ! With their vigil over, the sen-j jior McDivitt said he intended to; i begin work on a high stack of j letters. ! Many, he said, were from old! WHITE PINE — Troop 221 intends he had not heard from! White Pine Boy Scouts, will be for some time and ne Planned i hosts at the Copper Country!* 0 take P lentv of time wlth i District Camp-O-Ree, set f o r i tnose - j June 11, 12 and 13 in the For-1 Officials of Jackson, its vari-| cupine Mountains. About 18o! ous , ctvic organizations and Scouts are expected to partici- ! Jackson Junior College groups pate want to stage a huge welcome Among the events planned are f or tneir astronaut, but they've a tour of the White Pine Copper bee » tnld »* mav »» several Co. surface operations. At 7:30' weeks before he can come to p.m. Saturday a demonstration I town of gun safety and archery will A sc ° re ° f " el ,!l lb ° rs ***£**** be given The camp fire pro- near tne McDivitt home shortly gram will begin at 8:30 p.m. itj. a « er the splashdown and burst is open to the public. Protestanti lnto applause as the parents, and catholic Church services' came out to face a batterv °« will be held Sunday j cameras and microphones. _ Local Order of the Arrow mem-i , A 6-year-old neighbor, Seth bers will assist in supervision of fishman, knew what was next; .egislator Seeks Close Party Ties By AL SANDNER Associated Press Writer BARDOT IN MEXICO— Deep in thought, French actress Brigitte Bardot gazes from the window of her dressing room in Mexico City. The French beauty is on location for her latest film, "Viva Maria!" the camp and arrangements for the camp fire Saturday evening, when the tapping-out ceremony for the astronauts. "They're going to get a medal," he said. will take place. It is based on I Another neighbor, Mrs. Robert Knng, felt the flight had been harder on the parents than a rite of ancient Indian tribes of the northeastern United States to commemorate braves who gave outstanding service to fellow tribesmen. The Order of the Arrow is a service honorary. Directories of Wood Mills Are Available LANSING — Regional directories of wood mills and plants in Michgan are available free to users of forest products from the Conservation Departm e nt's forestry section in Lansing. The updated guides, p r e pared under the section's new forest products utilization and marketing unit, are designed to provide a better link between buyers and sellers of wood materials. They give a county-by-county listing of wood-using industries, loggers, and dealers, and tell what forest products are manufactured in each of these locales. Separate copies of the directories have been published for each of three regions in the state the Upper Peninsula, the northern half of Lower Michigan, and the southern Lower Peninsula. Colleges Get Federal Aid MOUNT PLEASANT (AP)— Government grants of approximately $20,000 for summer work-study programs at four Michigan institutions of higher learning were announced Monday. The grants, announced by Democratic Sens. Philip A. Hart and Patrick V. McNamara. are for programs designed to bene- fit students from low-income families. The Department Health, Education and Welfare pays up to 90 per cent of th costs. The grants: Central Michigan University nearly $5,000, Ferri State College about $2,600 Northwestern College at Trav erse City $5,400 and Alma Col lege more than $10,000. Accredited colleges and u n versities east of the Mississpp River number twice as many a those to the west. Traxler, D-Bay City, and Minority Leader Robert Waldron, R- Orosse Pointejoined in oppos- tlon to the amendment. Traxler asked Montgomery to withdraw the amendment and Waldron objected that "once elected, we represent all the people of a district. It's not correct that we LANSING (AP)—A freshman! should be on the committee of one party." Montgomery has no intention of adding 148 legislators to the 76-member state central committees but he hopes to pressure party leaders into an agreement to add about 12 representatives egislator is trying to narrow he gaps between ,the official pronouncements of political par- ies and the actions of their members. While Democratic State Chairman Zolton Perency calls for iscal reform now and the Democratic - controlled legislature says "later," Rep. George F. Montgomery, D-Detroit, is try- ng to make sure his plan for nstalling legislators on the cen- ,ral committees of both parties gets to Gov. George Romney's desk. Montgomery, although he favors fiscal reform now, objects, says, to Ferency's public pronouncements on the subject without prior discussion with ;he Democratic caucus in the House or Senate. "He is damaging our internal efforts with his external pronouncements," said. Mont gomery Although a House bill to add every legislator to his party's central committee already has passed and gone to the Senate Montgomery tried Monday night to amend a Senate bill to do the same thing. and six senators to each. Assets of Banks in Michigan Increase WASHINGTON (AP) — Comptroller of Currency reports total assets of the 96 national banks in Michigan reached $7.615 billion at the end of 1964. This compared with $6.950 billion 12 months earlier. Father Would I Like Moon Trip i ST. PETERSBURG Pla (APi — Maj. Gen Edward H.j White wishes he could join his son, America's spacewalking, astronaut, ort his next trip — "to; the moon!" ' White, retired eight years ago; and qualified to fly everything from balloons to.bombers, said spaceships came a little too late for his generation "I'd like to go." he said Mon- Iday night, "but 1 guess I'm too old. I thought Ed had a ball all Th the way." The mother and father of as- while i played nine notes, my son went around the world," said White. . "His greatest, proudest moments lie still ahead If he really wants to go to the moon, and if I know my son, he'll make it." Truck Driver Dies TRAVERSE CITY Harry Robertson. 65, of Traverse City, was dead on arrival at a hospital Monday after his pickup truck veered into a stop sign and then careened across a street into a utility pole. Police said they suspected a heart attack. An autopsy was ordered. tronaut, Edward H White II said the four-day flight did not upset them They watched television in their fashionable home on a nearby Island, talking with daughter-in-law Pat White, and played golf. "I got to thinking out there CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends, neighbors, and relatives for their kindness and sympathy in our bereavement, the death of our dear husband and father, Hjalmer T. Abramson. We are grate^ ful to Rev. Hallberg for hi» comforting words, 10 the pallbearers, to those who sent flowers and those who offered the use of their ears. Mrs. Hjalmer T. Abramson Sons and Their Families USE DAILY GLOBb WANT-ADS The amendment failed. 40-29.1 Since only one new law! amending the same section of! state law can take effect eachi year, Montgomery wants to! make both bills identical and' then allow one to die. i He said that "two voices arej being heard from each party—' that of the party and that of the legislators. Instead of two party positions in the state, we have four." Majoriy Floor Leader J. Bob Friends and Relatives are invited to an OPEN HOUSE Celebrating the 25th WEDDING ANNIVERSARY of Sylvia A Toivo Mattson at the Oma Community Hall Saturday, June 12, 7:30 pm on No other invitations will be sent .no other ! C»W« IT AIL) ' ^row the first 1 ray of light, \ This one day is alive This one day i$ so full,*/ You should capture It ill for rtw photographic record of your wedding, the services of a qualified professional photographer are esseo- tiaJ. Calt us today, won't you? ...... Phone 932-3800 MODERN PORTRAIT STUDIO IRONWOOD "Studio of Priie Winning Portraiture" on the astronauts because, she said, "the astronauts had plenty to do up there." The astronaut's godparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schmidt of faecatur, Mich., spent the four days with the McDivitts. Mrs. Schmidt is Mrs. McDivltt's twin sister. Also with them was Fred Asselin, a representative of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration assigned to help with contacts with newsmen. The McDivitts started each day by attending mass. Then they followed television, radio and newspaper accounts of the flight, and visited friends and relatives. McDivitt visited a local driving range for some golf Friday and the activity was covered nearly as fully as some tournaments. The senior McDivitt, an electrical engineer, has been intensely interested in the mis- 'sion's technical details, and is as anxious to "debrief" his son as NASA officials. "I'd like to talk to him a long time," he said. "I'd like to know a lot about these things." He also has said if he were younger, he would want to be up in space exploring, too. Within moments after reports that the astronauts were safely down, a delivery boy appeared with a dozen roses from William Atkinson, president of Jackson College, which the astronaut once attended. A billboard congratulating the spacemen went up in Jackson, and restaurant manager John Bardallis had a banner saluting them in his window all the time. 1 Circuit Court Opens June 14 ONTONAGON— Circuit Court for Ontonagon County will convene June 14 at the court house in Ontonagon with Circuit Judge Robert R. 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