Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 31, 1965 · Page 30
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FOURTEEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1965. Some Airlines Will Use New Baggage Rules *J *J ta* Obituaries Mrs. Edward Johnson Three Are Called for Physical Examinations i BESSEMER — The Gogc b i c County Selective Service board announces that three regis: trants have been called for pre- Ironwood learn i » 11 i l f\ | j I IWIVIJ fXV«MIIf\ Wins LL Contest M R oc kiand Class of 7937 Holds Reunion ,..,,. p NEW YORK passengers may find themselves mortal Hospital early this morn-; ing. : The remains will be brought' here for services and interment Jerry Arrangements are incomplete jj rcl A , B , ocl01 ] a . nci ° 1 """ will entrain e ROCKIAND — The graduating for"indu'c" All-Stars bombed their way in- class of 1931 held its reun i o n •i c «UUUOL i^nii to tne championship round of the at the home of Mary Hedr i c k, 'w pmiriiii loartrr- Rirh Llttle League District Tou r n a- July 25, following the memorial nJ?.?i !i,V, e n.» ' 5" ment finals, now being played services at the cemetery. F 1 HIP Mil at Iron Mountain, with a 13-7 win A butfet lunch was served by onp ,v pnrn n <w IP , confused when they check their 'and <ire being made by the f to "5; J T nrinrtinn statinn fnr over Calumet in a game played the hostesses, Hilda Olson and baggage Sunday. , Chappell - Zielinski Funeral wfuKee Induct on Station fo Fr afternoon . Mary Iledrick. The aftern o o n Funerals baggage Sunday New baggage limitations —Home. Stressing the number and size of pieces of luggage rather than weight as before — go into effect on many lines. Adding to the potential confu-, ~~~ sion is the fact that some air-| AXEL E lines will abide by the new reg-l BESSEMER — Funeral serv- ulations while some hold to the j c es for Sheriff Axel E. Tenlen, old - I 56. who died Tuesday, were held The change originates in ac-- Frldav at 2 p.m. at St. Paul tion taken July 15 by the Civil ' church with the Rev Aeronautics Board. American Lut.hcian uimcn \\itn tne ue \ w ciurvcc j.uuui»i>ii_'ii kji/aviwiit AUI _, . . i physica. examination after roll * naav call at 9 a.m. at the Chicago & The strong Ironwood squad was visiting and reminis- 1 can H; v a.111. ai uie ^mcagu <K •*•'"* ^H^E, *.«.,,,v<^. w M »»» _:__ M 0 i cnn -a^nt r, nr t TprUvin • North western Railway Dep o t now moves into the champion- cmg Nelson Hunt and Edwin INUIUI vvi.on.iu n,aii\\ay u^y v t . f Paiilcnr pnfprtntnprl with ^PVPr- ship game. Fridays second con- ^auisoi emeitainea wun sever t.pst. hPt.xvPPn Mpnnminee and «' seh-.ctions, accompanied by I Ironwood. on Aug. 4. Greece's Parties Seek Candidate test between Menominee and Iron Mountain was postponed be- Veronra Roloff Labne at the pi- cause of rain and was resched- an ° uled for 4 p.m. today. Ironwood will play the winner of that , ., Sever of the 10 members of class were present; Lillian Negro Is Sought In Coed's Death By ROB WOOD CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) Police searched today for a young Negro seen fleeing from a botanical garden on the University of North Carolina campus where a pretty coed was stabbed to death. Suellen Evans. 21, a quiet, serious home economics student, was stabbed once in the' Anna ~ M«tisin. Ironwood; Mrs. Hospital Notes GRAND VIEW. Admitted Friday: Anton Calvi, Pence. Mrs. Georgina Tremain. 115 N. Curry St. medical; Sharon Man- chestei. 746 Celia St., surgery. Discharged Friday: Philip Masconi, Montreal; Mrs. June Lorenzo, Melrose Park, 111: Mrs. Helen Gullan, Rich ard Johnson, Mrs. Lottie Rim k u s , Mrs. J Juntunen, Ironwood. DIVINE INFANT, Wakefield. Friday • r i luaj • State to Check U-M's Records By AL SANDNER Associated Press Writer LANSING (AP) — Leglslatlv* Auditor Albert Lee will launch an Investigation of University of ^ Michigan books next week, Rep c Marte, Bessemer, Mrs. Ade 1 a Federizzi. Hurley, medical. Discharged Friday: Mrs. contest, whether permitting, at Forst Veronica Roloff LaBrie, 6 p.m. today to settle the cham- H" rletM , M ?° rack ' n Paulson> pionship and the right to ad- g llda My"* 1811 " °' son ' !ance to the Wisconsin State Hedncfc, ^"^ _ _ tend were Kathryn Gag n o n ancl tion taKen July is oy me <Jivu th mm-m with flip Rev vailue lo Ule WiB « OI1Sl "' ° l a u c Edward Gaenon Unable tn at-i The v ctim Aeronautics Board. American J-uthe an Chu ch uth the R e v (Ap) _ Oreece - s Finals at Green Bay. Ed ™ ld Ga /™ n ^™«g, e 1 J at l and two coe Airlines proposed to the CAB i Oliver A. Hallbeig officiating. lcg are cted to calumet started the scoring £,?* rQa k Rldje Temi I dormitory ru; the elimination of baggage Interment was at Riverside f t on a compromise in the contest with a trio of and Sister Ames Cath e r In e ! ance - Her l! weight restrictions and an in-, Cemetery. candidate for premier following runs in the top of the first in- , Ma rv Walsh) Peorla 111 Tlie whispered "T n « nn ~ n )„ fi,.r.t r,1nc-c. Hnlrnt r>vi r>_ AnHvn na hoard's wnrp Finn. """«•""- f o «• llVLdiy VYctlMlJ, J-CUIlct. 111. ilie __r. _ _ .. AnHva nallhoarerc \vprp Tlnn *•«"«'"«""- iw. r**-"'*-' .v/..w..... B ---..- -.. . aid Nevala Iromvood I 1? c e the collapse Of Parliament ' s nin ^ and ±nf M«v f ^ R nri RP.JmP, attempts to debate the 16-day- came _ up crease in first-class ticket prices by 50 cents. The CAB said it would ap- chief; Clayton Rund, Bessemer, niTenv^i-nmpntTrisis 1 '' ETT, s^j^csjsiffis^Sisr's^'Si'.S: *>»«- «" *™«« «™ Ironwood with a single run trail in the game 3-1. .«*c,ij Walsh), Peoria. 111. ^..^ squad tentn memDer viona Dra goo ,t tf\ ° heart and once in the neck Friday. She died in a bed of periwinkle before she could identify her assailant. , Miss Evans was' killed just four hours before she was to] a bus to Mooresville, 1 withi nuns coeds from a nearby rushed to her assist- last words were a feel faint." Carl Hansen, Kenton. Jack Faxon. D-Detroit, announced Friday. The examination of the university records "in connection with student fee and residence charges' was prompted by the university's recently announced tuition hike. However, it will not be limited to U-M, said Faxon, chairman of the higher education subcommittee of the House Ways and Means Committee. "It was the beginning of a Six openings in the Natlonar tong-ra^ program to JJrtsonw stationed Guard Battery Has 6 Openings , to Schmaus . diecl June 30 O f this • year. Calumet was held scoreless in Also present were three former fare increase. The airlines took in cl and Edwin Lintonen about/ Attending n an honorary ca- Athanasiadis Novas P^ably the second inning and a g a i n ; teache. Lucille Bebeau Muel- . -l win not y ield P° wer unless ' the local Little Leagu e r s ler, Charlotte Cameron Hunt and «174 miiiinn in pYrpss haetraee! nacitv were the following sher- ical le aders agree on a candi- crossed home plate with a lone Mildred Wilson. $17.4 mill,™ » ^^Wgg pacitJ^ ne ^ n ^^ ^ | date . acceptable to King. Con- tally to bring the score to 3-2 Those attending from out charges of carried some 16 million first-i County: Donald Powelson, On- stantine and a majority of Par- with Calumet still holding the ; town were Lillian Forst, Wash- class passengers. The 50-centj tonagon Co.: E. P. Sandri, Iron fare increase was designed to County, Mich.: Harry R. Julien, liament. The 300-member Parliament advantage. ington, D C.. and nephew, John here meaningful comparative figures men |on the cost of higher education Police said a janitor at the it is r^porTed by^battei-y officers in.Michigan, h^said.^ ^ ^ interested in joining the j University of Michigan. All must be 17 to 35 years of i schools will be investigated. But ! we're starting here because the Enlistment in the National! U-M drew attention to itself university said he had seen the Negro run from the murder i area and said he could identify! gua him if he saw the man. i a S e Officers said an autopsy! showed Miss Evans had not^Guard is for six years and it;with this tuition increase, snowea MISS Hivans naa not, ^.4u*«»,, O^M ,.«»- "The ctatp's rni PB-PR an been raped. Chief of Police W.D. Blake said the coeds covers the entire military and re-i serve obligation. state's colleges and universities have been very much coes and mins had Tlfose persons who have not immune to public scrutiny in the feirl's "screams for had prior military service must the past; we think the public ™ The losers went on a scoring F. Robinson, Dayton, O.: Mrs. ;~ four ran into the attend six months of training should have a more intimat daughter.™ 1 ,* arboretum. within 120 days of the date of knowledge of their finances, Mr. and i .. Thev t 0 i d me thev saw a enlistment. " he said. fare increase, some of the air- Barto, county patrolman, lines dropped plans to use the new baggage regulation. They decided to stick with the old method. ty; Michigan State Police; Lt. ! his supporters. Here is the situation as it ex- Robert Vesey, Marquette; Sgt. The 25-year-old . , u daughter, d J. if either a foreigner or High school seniors will be eli- ! The investigation, expected to and been ca "ed to debate the tense rally and the Ironwood nine en- Jeanir.e Garnot, Kalamazoo: Mr „ Neero in where the elrl was gible to enlist in the guard as ear- take about six weeks, was orderly as four months prior to their ed by Faxon's subcommittee. Rep. Vincent Petitpren, D - , , „ eero John Prarizzi, state office, Iron situation which has pitted the tered the last half of the third and Mrs Charles Meuller. Dear- 1 * C reaminir " said Blake County, Wis., and William Lee, i government against ousted Pre- inning trailing 6-2. born: Mrs. John Wilson, Mass; j .. She g °j up and ran , ., , up and ran toward, graduation. former sheriff of Ashland Coun-i mier George Papandreou and Jacquart led off the Ironwood Mr. anl Mrs. John Engberg, On- tne coeds an d nuns Then she For further information in re- Wayne, chairman of the House fell •• ' gards to enlistment in the Na- Committee on Colleges and Unio ' ne of tne S i s t e rs tried to re- tional Guard, interested men versities, objected to the opera' third with a free pass to first tonagon. and Lorraine Hedrick, king fired and Butson followed, reach- Iron River. isted today: Cosmo Boneflo and Cpl. Tony Papandreou July 15 because of ing first on an error and advanc- The class held a reunion in V ive"ner with" arti'ficiai" respira-i may'contact Sgt. Inicis at the tions of Faxon's group United Airlines, Braniff Inter- Sgaggion, Wakefield post; Ern- the 77-year-old premier's plan to ing Jacquart. Backon filled out 1960 wnen all 10 members and | tion, Blake said. ; Ironwood Armory, Monday He indicated that his est Leonard!, conservation offi- purge the Greek armed forces as did Komaromy to put two out the throe teachers were present, cer; Frank Schwab, Michi g a n! of rightists political elements, .and two on base. Cisews k i Public Service Commiss ion Constantine's appointment of reached base on an error and national and Trans World Airlines say that beginning Sunday passengers will be allowed one piece of checked luggage whose j Wakefield police departm e n t ; Athanasiadis Novas, 72, touched Passint stepped to the plate and maximum dimensions are 65 Chief Domenic Valesano and Of- off riots and pro-Papandreou poked a base hit. Spietz came inches, a second piece whose jficer Tony Valesano; Ironwood rallies. up with a double, Lutey walked maximum dimensions are 55j police department; Capt. Kayo 1 Papandreou and 142 Qenter and Tafelski also doubled to inches, and a carry-on bag of 45 Makela, Capt. Roy Strom, Capt. > Union party deputies backing bring the batting order back to inches. Albert Svoke. William M a k i . him boycotted Friday night's where it had started. Jacquart al- The maximum dimension is I Leo Gayan, Edward Tousignant, Parliament debate, expecting to so connected for a two-batter, the height of the bag plus width Edwin Niemi. Joseph Kra u s e enter the chamber several days Butson single and Backon walked State Sues for Unclaimed Funds and length. The airlines said most three-suiter bags are within the 65-inch dimension, two- suiters and attache cases within the 45-inch measure. American Airlines originally allowed bagfe of 62, 43 and 43 inches dimensions. Sunday, however, the carrier joins in the LANSING (AP)— The state is enroll at the university. corn- Miss Evans apparently had;through Friday, between the mittee, which talked to unl- used the deserted garden paths , hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.. tele- versity representatives last as a shortcut from her sociology, phone 932-0702. - week, was satisfied with Mich- class to her.dormitory. The Ironwood National Guard igan's explanation of its tuition The arboretum is almost in, unit recently completed two hike. It raised the school from the center of the sprawling! weeks of annual field training ninth place in tuition charges campus. It contains 5'/2 acres of' at Camp Grayling, Mich., where among the state's 10 tax-support- pines, flowers and grapevines. | it fired the eight-inch howitzer ed schools to first, he said. Suellen left her home near. in day and night firing and the The committee's stand and Mooresville two weeks ago to rocket launcher, normally called its findings will be announced at and Otto Lupma; sheriff's de- hence to vote against a confi- but Komaromy filed out to end filing lawsuits against most of partment officers; Watersmeet; dence motion. the inning. Ironwood tota lied Michigan's banks, but state of- deputy, Frank Kuchevar; water with Parliament suspended, the biggest rally of the day ficials say the suits are mere patrol officer, Robert Byrns. 'the confidence vote has been which saw a total of 13 men formalities to get some $674,000 Attending in groups were pu t off indefinitely, lowering bat, eight runs score and five in unclaimed funds into state members of the Gogebic Coun- Athanasiadis Novas' already base hits, three of them for ex- coffers. ty Board of Supervisors, Gogebic. dim chances of getting the con- tra bases. "The .„ „... County officers and employes,-j stitutionally required mandate. Calumet scored one more run the banks involved," deputy at- city of Ironwood officers ana em- .Parliament was suspend- in the fourth inning but Iron- torney general Leon Cohan said, v»1<-nrae- /iiftr nf Tloceomor nffinow __•___»• .... __.... - C V ._.._-. "The action is no criticism of 65, 55, 45 size to conform with ployes, city of Bessemer officers ed wnen angry snouts broke up wood frosted tne victory w } t n ,, In fact we want to acknow . the others. Weight no longer will and employes, city of Wakefield a Drief session attended by few- three runs in the bottom of the ledge the banks' cooperation. - Conferees Clear Bill for Passage By JOHN CHADWICK the "bazooka." a meeting next week, probably Monday, at a place yet to be announced, he said. Lee suggested at a subcommittee meeting Friday that the investigation concern itself with: 1. Total fees collected and be a factor under these regula- , office^ and employes.^s . er tnan 50 depu ties. Man Sustains Broken Leg, Ankle in Fall Walno Hakkinen, N. Lake Rd, who fell from a ladder Thurs- their'distribution"for"the most day morning while working on a recent fiscal available, sign overlooking Suffolk and , comparison of the student Aurora Streets, is being treated fees and housl cn wlth WASHINGTON (AP) — A at Grand View Hospital for a tnose at otner scnools for thc tions. . 'included Thomas Bell, ^sheriff,; Speaker Emmanuel Baklatzis umph. National, Eastern and North-; and^orrnan Harlan undersher- commented that the lack of a Norm Backon . fifth to capture the important tri- "There is no contest over compromise by Senate-House j broken right leg and a broken flscal year just comple t e d these funds. It is just proce- conferees has cleared the way went all the i dure," he added. for passage next week of the . . .,. ., . : ._.. _, n rt ,i«fi,. T> f\ V» e» 1* f ~ w **»** 1 '-**' ; wv4 iu»c*i/ Lin- i<ai/{V UI a 11U1111 £3clt~r..Ull WC11U dli HIC ' UUAt, lie clUUCU. IWA |jciokici5i. iii~tb ,,*-*-** w* v*,^ 2£ ^ 1U n e i S , ^Lf° 8 Zffi!S;iS,f!Sf tSSS 1 ^M^W^..™* 0 ***. ::<"5W?Y I > 1 wav °" the mound for Ironwood ! The _ suits are . part of the administration's voting-rights of with the old baggage limits, i Wright and Leonard McMan These are 40 pounds for alii man, judiciary; members ~ f! classes on domestic flights and : the press and radio. 66 pounds first class and 44 pounds tourist class on interna- ed by the tional journeys, where applica-; Legion Post 5. of the government." The Cabi- and allowed seven runs and 14 method under which unclaimed 1 net accused Baklatzis of "abuse hits. Tafelski smashed out a pair monies held by banks are fun- left ankle his son Robert, who 3 Review of tne se i W iquldat- was with him at the time, said ing operatlons .. as they relate to today The son also ell from t ^ ent resld ences." ! the ladder but was treated at the The measure would suspend hospital and released. He sus- The four-man subcommittee unanimously approved Lee's onr, v a n,n . ? rites were conduct-1 of power "' and " Bhewin ? a reck ' of doubles in the winning effort, neled into the state's general literacy tests and permit federal tained a bruised right heel a recommendations. Faxon said. Trnnwood Americ a n! less and blased attitude>> in his Passint got two hits in two fund under the new escheats registration of voters in wide sore neck and sore back, he stat- ,, w also want to find ot liunwuuu nuiciii. a u , rpri , ql .i, s -aaklatri* is u Hpritpv frir,e: tr, tho nloto ov,rt ir«r,-,n,.nr,-,,, : Ian; nffinicilc cnirt areas Of the SOUth tO Drevent ed. ...w_» »:„! i 4- i. ble. Out of town relatives and remarks. Baklatzis is a Center trips to the plate and Komaromy i law, officials said. Union party member supporting and Spetz also hit dpubles. Eastern and Northeast seek, friend,s attending the serv i c e ' were Mr. and CAB approval of a 50-pound limit to become effective Sept. 1, instead of the piece system. National's application for the same Northfield, 111.; Mrs. limit would be effective Aug. 15. Delta and several other regional domestic carriers also want the 50-pound limit. Northwest Orient, which originally went along with the 62, 43, 43 formula, has asked CAB to suspend all baggage changes. Planes Continued from Page One give the Vietnamese air force its first jet aircraft — four twin- engine B57 jet bombers. Eight Vietnamese 'pilots will receive jet training. American crews J will maintain the jets. Ky said in a speech at Bien Hoa air base Friday that Viet Nam would receive 25 jet fighter planes from the United States Baumgart and son, Glen, Glenview, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Bonlender, Oak Lawn, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Eino Tenlen, Union Grove, 111.; Mrs. Irma Boileau, Duluth; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bentzen and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kinnunen, Waukegan; Mr. and Mrs. Steve Vukovich and family, Detroit; Mrs. Lillian Skinnard and son, William, Washington, D. C., Miss Shirley Bentzen, Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ahonen, Marquette; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Perala, Skokie, 111.,; Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kurta, Cudahy, Wis. n/rvc wprman; ^"uuoaiiuo of persons outside Mis. Herman; tne Parllament building chanted ' r s 0 n 11 antigovernment slogans during v e 1 v n! tne session an d demanded that ; A*U ...-a;.. Novas res ig n- Favors China Willing To Send Troops TAIPEI, Formosa —The HANSEN INFANT official position of President Chiang Kai-shek's Chinese Nationalists on the war in Viet Nam is that they are willing to send troops if requested. This was stated by Foreign Minister Shen Chang-huan on a recent visit to Australia. LANSING (AP) — The Michigan Senate approved the presi- the U S. Constitution 29-0 Friday ; ney'general —but House of Representatives j Feldman action will not come until at least September. The measure, previously okayed by three states, had approved in the They include cashier's checks Negroes from being denied their or bank drafts issued by banks votm S rights, but never claimed. If they re- President Johnson has pre- main unclaimed for seven years dlcted tnat " Ne S ro . voting Wl11 the state is entitled to them. double , and redouble in years to The only way the state can ^ ome " } fh Nhe .?. roes take advan spend the money is to have a'* 3 ? 6 of tntehblfn judge declare formally that the' H ?*™Lf^ THE WEATHER out what essential services the university will provide for students with the additional SI.7 million in tuition income," said Faxon. "We want to take into account residence services pro- abandoned said Irv In ; ad- session, of Congress in mid-March, at; the peak of the Selma, Ala., civ- i TEMPERATURES IN IHONWOOD Saturday. July 31. IU6.'i. 2°;.m 4 hr wi1o ri p° dmend M 8 a'Vm.'-'Vvided. and the fact that students 4 p.m. 66'Midnight so 1 8 a.m. 591 have been asked at times to a £m. w : 4 a.m! Tn a.nV. 55! double and triple up in rooms, Humidity. 97 per cent. i he said. "We also want to restate public au- •, ministrator and assistant attor-! qS actiorTon the S " a m " 29 '' 5: " a ' m ' 29 ' 68 - ! view the cost of operating stu- Senate-House conferees , ap-j THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE d ? nt re sidences for^any evidence aH-hnncrh pointed to reconcile differences! By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Low Free. 81 51 . _,.., the bill passed by the; High u Senate . May 26 and the bill, Albany, clear if If rt,,™, returns „,,. , • ,. P r ? ve hls claim tne state Graveside services for Mi-; so far as can be ascertained, chael James, infant son of Mr., however, no request for Nation- and Mrs Calvin Hansen, Ewen, alist military help in Viet Nam Senate Judiciary Committee, ^imburse him he said But the House Elections Com- mmDurse mm - he said - mittee intends to call political; science experts to give their! opinions on the amendment. j The legislature recessed; Friday until Sept. 14, meaning j j no vote can be taken until then. | The amendment passed ear-! LBJ Willing To Make Trip passed by the House July 9 can i reached agreement Thursday at will tneir sixtn meeting. The compromise drops a House-approved ban on state poll taxes, but it contains a strengthened congressional finding that the right to vote is de- Albuquerque, cloudy 91 71 Atlanta, clear . . 84 64 Bismarck, clear .. 79 56 92 64 73 58 . 74 53 Boise, cloudy Boston, clear of excessive costs.' Also to be considered will be construction costs . and bidding procedures, he added. Smaller state schools are examined every year, he said. The larger schools have never undergone such scrutiny. Buffalo, cloudy . . . Chicago, rain Cincinnati, cloudy nied or abridged by making; Cleveland, cloudy their payment a requirement Denver rain WASHINGTON (AP) —Presi-1 for voting. I Des Moines, clear , . , . were h-ld at 10 a.m. July 28-at has been received from the Unit- Bresfdent" To "acting"Vr'psiripnif Peace, an aide says, next week. Ky also is com-| tne Ewen cemetery. The Rev. | ed Stntes. piesiaent to acting president, „,„ ^ f.., Her this year by Congress, sets dent Jnn nson is willing to go I And, as in the Senate bill, the Detroit, cloudy procedure for elevating the vice anywncie any time to discuss attorney general is directed to - - - . mander of the Vietnamese airi Fr . Richards officiated. The force. The Defense Department confirmed in Washington that the Unitd States is "preparing to make a small number of jet aircraft available" to South Viet Nam under the military assist- child was born July 26. Vote Sought on Amendment bring immediate court action to wheniecessarvand f or fnp viop Uie vlce will There are a number of rea-, anv Vflranpv sons why Chinese ' Nationalist' ^nov troops will not be sent to Vietj ^ Nam now. ' Among these are the predict- j able objections of at least two ; Southeast Asian treaty organiza- j — tion nations, France and Paki- f"Qf Thal ' was thfe onlv comment challenge the constitutionality ! from press secretary Bill D. of the poll taxes still collected Moyers when asked about a by four states - Alabama, Misstatement from California's sissippi, Texas and Virginia — be com-' By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS stan. Both recognize Red China. Gov. Edmund G. Brown that "I think the President would go to Viet Nam personally to bring peace there." from voters in state and local elections. A constitutional amendment has outlawed the payment of Moyers was at Kansas City i P° n taxes as a requirement for en routp with the President to a mprwurate with their ability to WASHINGTON (AP) - The There also is possible U. S. i Angelo St. Catherine, 73, of. weekend In Texas. absorb them with jet-capable (Senate's Democratic and Re- unwillingness to give the Chi-; Cary Location, Hurley, is being; Brown told a news conference nilots " the Pentagon said publican leaders plan to seek nese Communists a pretext to | treated at an Ashland hospital Jin San Francisco, "This is my The Viet Cong filed a protest unanimous consent for a vote intervene openly in the Viet!for injuries received late Fri- opinion. ' with the International Control! Wednesday on a constitutional Nam War - day evening in an auto accident He had just returned to Cali- Commission for Indochina last! amendment to permit one house If Nationalist troops were sent, on Highway 2, about five miles forma after joining other state Wednesday over the assignment! of state legislatures to be appor- to s °u tn Viet Nam, they would east of Iron River, Wis., it has i governors for a White House of hieh-soeed U.S. Coast Guarditioned on a non-population ba- doubtless have to depend large-!been reported. 'briefing on the situation in Viet » " ,. ; • 1v nn £.moi*inori IncrlcHr* eiir*r\rt*«t I Of nn4-Un«i« n „• . n 4- n :« «.i * — „ -. XTnw> ters off the South Vietnamese! Democrat Mike Mansfield of coast, Radio Hanoi reported. ' Montana and Republican Ever- Eight of the 82-foot, radar-1 ett M. Dirksen of Illinois said equipped patrol boats arrived in j Friday they would seek the Da Nang July 20. U.S. spokes- unanimous .consent agreement men said they would attempt to I Monday. Dirksen is chief spon- ly on American logistic support. Dates Set for Stamp Sales stem the flow of Communist sor of the amendment which Tne schedule for the sale of arms and men from North Viet seeks to override last year's f OOC j stamps has been announced off tne road Nam by patrolling shallow Supreme Court ruling that both I Dy the Iron County food stamp of- St. Catherine sustained face Nam. and neck injuries but his condition is reported as good. H i s wife, who was a passenger in the car, was not hurt, the report said. Authorities, who investigat e d mishap, said the car went the coastal waters inaccessible to houses be apportioned according • fj ce for the first half of August J.1-. _lAMn-A**<->'Vit'v>nn{ ! 4-V»a TTC*— *»_*_..1_i.;_^_ ' , " * Stamps will be sold from Aug. 2 Proxmire, D- through 9. Another seven boats are to wis., one of the opponents of the sales will take place in Huri Dirksen amendment, said he j e y on Monday, Aug. 2 at the the larger ships of Navy's 7th Fleet U.S. to population. Sen. William arrive shortly. Licenses to Wed of Taxes Is Up LANSING (AP) — State sales and use tax collections during July on June business continued a strong upward trend, reports voting in federal elections. On another major issue in dispute, the House conferees agreed to accept a Senate provision under which persons educa- 78 78 74 76 89 76 M 91 85 87 65 5 55 60 62 59 M 65 52 76 Fairbanks, M Fort Worth, clear Helena, clear Honolulu, clear . Indianapolis, cloudy 81 57 Jacksonville, rain . Juneau, cloudy — Kansas City, clear Los Angeles, clear Louisville, cloudy Memphis, clear Miami, cloudy Milwaukee, cloudy Mpls.-St.P., cloudy New Orlans, clear New York, clear .48 M 89 56 67 49 87 69 91 65 80 58 85 59 83 74 75 62 York City to qualify as voters. Demo and Spending Told WASHINGTON (AP) omaha clear ted in American flag schools in'okla. City, cloudy languages other than English would be able to vote without passing a state's English-language literacy test. The chief effect of this will be to enable thousands of Spanish- speaking Puerto Ricans in New 85 64 88 74 79 65 .24 .70 87 83 68 61 1.11 Philadelphia, cloudy 82 64 .12 Phoenix, clear .... 105 83 Pittsburgh, cloudy 78 58 Ptlnd, Me., cloudy 79 60 Ptlnd, Ore., clear 107 Rapid City, clear .79 62 57 79 62 84 67 Richmond, clear St. Louis, cloudy Salt Lk. City, cloudy 80 64 .10 San Diego, cloudy 83 65 San Fran., cloudy 67 57 Seattle, clear 94 62 Tampa, cloudy 86 73 1.04 Dem Washington, cloudy .„„..., , . tne sta te Revenue Department, ocratic' candidates outspent Winnipeg, clear Application for a marn age, The state tax take is figured their Republican opponents last (M-Missing) (T-Trace) the as one of the most reliable in- year for radio-television time, 86 85 65 67 51 .0 !• n » n u i- , i. license has been made at to go j iron ; along with the plan for a vote i ley. Former Peace Corps Worker Sponsors Boy Senate say they have the SOUTH HADLEY, Mass. (AP) votes needed to kill it. —An 18-year-old Ethiopian boy Courthouse in Hur-;by G_ust P. Ahonen, Ironwood, Gogebic County clerk dicators of the business climate, but -Republicans spent more on Wednesday. Opponents in the 34 is registered to enter South Hadley High School this fall under the sponsorship of a former Peace Corps worker. Worku Bihonegne of Dessie, j ward L. Blaney, 17, of Port Ethiopia, was brought to this | H u r o n was killed Thursday country by Robert Douyard,! when a board crashed through who met the youth while serving ; the windshield of his car, hitting! Board Goes Through Window, Kills Driver PORT HURON (AP) - Ed- On Tuesday, Aug. 3, the sales people will be at Mercer from 9 to 11:30 a.m. and in the afternoon at Iron Belt, 1:15 to 2 p.m. and Saxon 3 to 4 p.m. Sales will be resumed at Hurley for the days Aug. 4 through 6, and again on Monday, Aug. 9. and E'len Susan Ahonen, Ramsay. 6 Ships Are Shifted To Viet Nam Service WASHINGTON (AP) — The Military Sea Transportation Service is shifting six ships from its European service to move troops to Viet Nam. The Defense Department said Clarence Lock, state revenue : the pesidential race RANGE SKIES Sunset today 8:33. Sunrise to- commissioner, reported a $55.03 j statistics published Thursday morrow 5:41. Moonset tonigh million state collection for the i by the Federal Communications ; 10:47. First Quarter Aug. " month, up more than $6.38 mil- ' ^ "' lion from last year. Highway Costs Are 2396 Higher Than in 1955 WA?HINGTON (AP) — Highway costs are now 23.5 per cent higher than in 1955, after a new jump of.3.5 per cent, the Bureau iron Belt— Our Savior Luther- > that hereafter transportation i ° f Public Roads says ---- " -------- "" In Dessie. Worku, who speaks him in the head. Police theor-jan. Seivices will be held at j across the Atlantic will be han- i fluently, will live with ized a car in front of Blaney's!7:30 p.m. Sunday instead of at Idled by commercial carriers. jbouyarc" and his parents while • hit the board and flipped it into 111 a.m. as listed in the church j . . tttenoihg school. | the air. | calendar today. ( | USE DAiLV GLOBE WANT-ADS Costs of excavation, surfacing material and steel all went up, the bureau said in a report Fri- Commission showed that the i Prominent Star Johnson Is at Ranch Home JOHNSON CITY, Tex. (API- President Johnson is spending what associates predict will be a quiet, relaxed weekend at his ranch home near here. The rest comes after a packed 10 days, dominated by Viet Nam discussions and decisions. The President and Mrs. Johnson arrived Friday night after a flight from Washington that was interrupted at Kansas City, Mo., so Johnson could drive to the Harry S Truman Library in nearby Independence to sign the Social Security-health care bill in the presence of the former chief executive. Aldebaran Democrats spent $17.8 million to, rises 2:09 a m. Visible Planets— $15.9 million for the Republi- Venus, low in west 9:19 p.m cans and less than $1 million for others. In the presidential race, however, supporters of GOP candidate Barry Goldwater spent $6.5 million while backers of Presi- Saturn, rises 10:30 p.m. Mars, sets 10:38 p.m. Jupiter, rises 2:32 a.m. Sunday — Sunset 8:32, Sunrise Monday 5:42 Moonset U:Q9 p,m, dent Johnson paid out $4.6 mil- Sunday night the lion. .Maine's northeastern shore is 837 miles east of the Florida city of Jacksonville. ' * is tov the the star Drought Area's Water Problems Investigated WASHINGTON (AP) — Interior Secretary Stewart L. Udall says more than 100 investigations into specific water problems of the drought-stricken Northeast have been launched since July 1. He said they are being conducted' by university research centers in the states, with federal support. . • _; LEGAL July 17 • 24 • 31 ~ STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Prnbat* Court for the County of Gogebic Estate ot Stove SllUch. Deced&-a It Is Ordered that on the 16th lay O l September, 1B65, at ten A.M., In the Probate Courtroom, Court House, Bessemer, Michigan u hearing be held on the petition of Jennie Slklch, widow and heir-at-law, foi appointment ot an,administrator, ,and fnr a detarmlnn- lion of heirs; ' 'Publication Mnd service shall at mad* as provWed/,by Statute and Court Rule Dated: July 8, 1905 LEONARD .1 McMANM \N,

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