Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 15, 1965 · Page 7
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 7

Ironwood, Michigan
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Tuesday, June 15, 1965
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TUESDAY, JUNE 1 5, 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWCCD, MICHIGAN Senate Prepares For Quick Action On Excise Taxes By .IDE HALL WASHINGTON (AP) - Senators prepared today foi quick action on a $4.7-billion excise tax cut bill which would remove nearly all of the excise levies left over from wartime and the depression years. Sen. Russell B Long D-La., floor manager for the tax measure, told a reporter he was hopeful the Senate could pass 't by nightfall. Sen. Thomas H. Kuchel, R- Callf., the assistant Republican leader, said he was confident Republicans would cooperate. Long noted that the Senate Finance Committee had inserted Into the bill a powerful incentive for speed Under this amendment, the first-stage excise repealers would take effect! on the day after President Johnton signs the bill; the House voted for a July 1 effective date. The Louisiana senator said so far as he knew the administration was not going to renew in the floor debate its request that the Senate restore half of the muto tax, that is, retain a 5 per tent excise. It made this plea to the Finance Committee but won only seven of the nine needed votes. The House voted for repeal of the entire 10 per cent tax in a teries of steps ending in 1969. The Senate committee decided to condition the final four percentage points of repeal, in 1968 and 1969, on agreement by the manufacturers to install a list of 17 safety devices .on their j cars. ! Sen. Abraham A. Ribicoff, D-! Conn., author of this amend-1 ment, said he believed the Sen-i ate would retain it in the bill! although he said the auto companies apparently were against It. The Finance Committee also decided, at the request of Sen. Paul H. Dpuglas. D-I11. to retain a 1 per cent auto tax and earmark the $190-million yield (or disposal of auto junkyards. Trout Creek Personals George Anderson is visiting in! Hamburg, Wis., for several; weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bonin,: Harry and Roy Anderson were visitov c in Mellen, Wis. and Berg- \ land with relatives recently, i They a'so attended a funeral of i a nephew in Ashland. Mr. and i.^rs Robert Madden and children. Gladstone, vaca-; fcioned with relatives in Trout; Creek, Bessemer and Wakefield.! Mr. and Mrs. Edward Garrickj and daughter, Milwaukee, spent; a weekend with Mr. and Mrs. i Arthur Garrick and Mr. and! Mrs. Chester Allan, Bruce Crossing. Jack Stiger left recently for Milwa"kee where he is employed. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Davidson and Kimberly, Ontonagon recently visited Mrs. Josephine Mor-| eno. Mrs John Besonen and Randahl and Mrs. Floyd Mclntyre were recent callers in L'Anse. Miss Mary Thompson was aj recent caller in Bruce Crossing. Mr. and Mrs. Medrick La Bine ' have moved onto the farm owned | by the late Mrs. Hannah Pelk-l ola. Mrs. John Besonen and Randahl, Mrs. Floyd Mclntyre and' Mrs. Thomas Grooms were recent business callers in Mar-1 quette and Ishpeming. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bonin, Harry, Roy and Richard Anderson were Marquette callers recently. Mr. end Mrs. -Harry Wing, Detroit, visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Walls -for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Maki and children, Zion, 111., are vacation- stviN Tourists Still Visit Africa By LYNN HEIN/F.R! ING NAIROBI, Kenya <AP> - ft ,sn't all chaos and tumult In Af- •ica Despite political maneuver- ng, revolts, coups and mutinies, the tourists nave never stopped visiting Africa. Big-game hunters wen' on shooting and taking pictures throughout army mutinies In Kenya and Tanzania last year. At the Height of an army mutiny in the Congo, a party of 18 American tourists arrived in Leopoldville. They made their pictures, looked over the museum, the shops and the local life and continued the tour. Communist, Chinese weapons and ammunition are arriving TRINITY LUTHERAN CLASS—The thirteen members of the Confirmation Class of Trinity Lutheran Church and their pastor, the Rev. R. W. Heikkinen, are pictured above. Confirmation rites were held June 6. Left to right, seated: Trudy Luoma, Sandra Korpela, Nancy Farm, Pastor Heikkinen Dianne Forslund, Christine Kivi, Lynn Pulsto; back row: Donald Smith, James Bale, William Dahlbacka, Terry Pumala Mark Holm, Dennis Raisanen, Matthew Salo. House to Act on New Department WASHINGTON (API — The House gets another chance today to do what it twice has refused in the past — approve creation of a Cabinet-level department of housing and urban development. With Democrats holding then- biggest majority in years, party leaders were confident President Johnson's request for establishment of the new agency would be granted, although they conceded the outcome might be close. In his annual message to Congress last January, Johnson called for creation of the department to put urban problems and their handling by the federal government in the "front rank of government." He repeated the request in two later messages. The new department would administer existing programs relating to housing and urban development and would be responsible for development of policies to foster the orderly growth of the nation's urban areas. It would be headed by a secretary who would be at the end of the line of Cabinet officers eligible to succeed to the presidency in the event of the death or disability of the president, the vice president and other Cabinet members. One of four assistant secretaries would handle problems connected with private home mortgages Johnson has given no clue as to whom he has in mind to head the department if Congress ap proves it. It was President John F. Ken nedy's announcement ol inten tion to appoint a Negro. Robert C. Weaver, to head the proposed department that led to rejection of the proposal in 1962 Weavei is head of the Housing and Home Finance Agency which would be swallowed up by the new department. Kennedy requested creation o the department in 1961. SPAGHETTI & SAUCE YOU'LL LOVE IT... It's limply "Magnifico" Yei. our Original Old Style Tomato Sauce is typically Italian ... a delicious combination of the best spices and tomatoes, prepared only the way the chef at the "V" can. Rich 'n red-heavy with testy flavor. Don't take our word for it ... ask our customers! Pasties every Thursday. regularly In Tanzania (or a possible showdown with the remaining white rulers in southern Africa. The rate of tourist arrivals In Tanzania is up 30 per cent this year, a government official said. In Mozambique, where the "freedom fighter?" already are at work, hotel rooms at resorts are hard to find Where else can you take a taxi, ride 10 minutes and find yourself watching zebras, giraffe and ostriches at play and lions sleeping under a bush? They do It every day in Nairobi Colonialism Is now a dirty word in Africa, but life hasn't changed much for the visitor. You can expect almost any- i thing in Africa. ! For example: The drinking water in Beira Mozambique, comes from the ! Pungwe River. The Pungwe River also is full of crocodiles and hunters are having a field day, since crocodile skin is ing for a dollar a square inch France. When you are adding chicken livers, to a tomato sauce for pasta, be sure to saute the livers befote mixing them with the sauce FREE PAINT with purchase of ROCKER PANELS AUTOMOTIVE ON-THE-CORNtl Mansfield and Aye? Dial I8J-OIOO GREAT GIFTS for a GREAT GUY! -Cafe Phone 561-4713 Silver St. Hurley, Wisconsin 8251 12!'2-26V4 HEADLINE NEWS — For the woman who wears a half-size. This charming daytimer has tiny cap sleeves, and a narrow bow- tied belt to accent the slim skirt. No. 8251 with PATT-O-RAMA is in sizes 12'/1>, 14'/a, 16Vfe, 18Va, 20M>, 22'/>, 241/2, 26V 2 . Bust 33 to 47. Size 141/2, 35 bust, 2% yards of 45-inch. To order, send 50c in coins to: Sue Burnett, Ironwood Daily Globe, 407 S Wacker Drive, Chicago, 111. 60607 For Ist-class mailing add lOc ] for each pattern. Print name, | address with zip code, style No. j and size. ! Exciting, inspiring, informa- j live—the Spring & Summer '65 issue of our pattern book Basic FASHION. Just 50c. ing at the George Tooley and Nickolas Maki homes. Mr. and Mrs. George Hokkon- en and children were recent callers in Marquette. A large number of fans turned out to see the softball game between Bergland and Trout Creek played last week in Trout Creek. 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