Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on August 2, 1965 · Page 15
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 15

Ironwood, Michigan
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Monday, August 2, 1965
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MONDAY, ,M!r,!lST 2, 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THREE Multiple-Death Road Accidents Mar Weekend *y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS They were going to church or leading home from the beach or lust golne for a drive — and ihcy were among -the victims of tragic multiple-death accidents iver the weekend. Two cars collided in British Columbia. Two brothers were in one car. their sister in the other. They were among eight young persons killed In the crash. Three persons, two of them children, were killed in a two- car collision on Kentucky 88 near Cub Run late Sunday. They were Billy Ramsey. 8, Bonnieville, Ky.; John Ed Thompson, about 40, Hart County, and John Brewer, 7. Wayne, Mich. s Six others were injured. Seven hours earlier, five persons were killed and another was injured in the collision of two cars on Kentucky 80 near Columbia. Three of the victims in the Columbia accident were brothers en route to church. They were James William Paul Lasley. 52: Fred Edward Lasley, 47: and Leonard Collidge Lasley, 41. all of Columbia. Also killed were Lola York Janes, 42, of rural Greensburg and Rubin Duncan, 38, of Columbia. Eight persons died in two accidents in Maryland Sunday. A collision at the intersection DON'T SCRATCH THAT ITCH! IN JUST 15 MINUTES, If the Itch needs acrntchln*. your I8c buck nt any di-ii* slorr. You frrl nillrk- dr.rlnr ITCU-ME-XOT tnke hold. Itch- Inr quiets down, Anllsrpllc action kill* icrma to help speed healing. Klnc day or night for r.-itmn. Insect bites, ringworm, foot Itch, other surface rashes, KOW at Ironwood Pharmacy. of Maryland 713 and Maryland 176 near Glen Burnie killed five , and injured ' four. The victims I were Jesse Broadway Jr.. 27; i Alma Coleman. 24; and Marlene i Stewart, 23, all ol Baltimore, and Elwood Rothrock, 26, and his wife, Betty, 25..of Hanover. The Rothrocks were returning ; home from a movie. The other three were going home from a country club. In the other Maryland accident, James Nolen, 22, and his wife, Jacqueline, 20, both of Washington, D.C., and Gregory Herbert of Bowie. Md., were killed on U.S. 50 near Ardmore. They were wearing bathing suits. Police said the British Columbia accident Saturday night near Terrace, in which eight people were, killed, was one of the worst accidents in the province's history. Victims in one car included William Jepherson, 26, and his brother, Earl, 25. Among the victims in the other car was their sister, Carol Ann, 20. Also killed were John Senciw, ;27: Ozzie Legace, 28; Melvin 'Jenner and Clifford Critchlow, both in their early 20's, and Critchlow's wife, Marie, 17, , The CritchlowK. Miss Jepherson and Jenner were returning I from a swimming party. ! Six persons — including three children — were killed Sunday near Bowling Green, Va., in front of a roadside candy shop. The accident involved a semi- trailer truck, a car and a pickup truck. Among the victims were John C. Clyburn, 43, and Mrs. Eva Crump Jamison, 49. both of Concord, N.C.; Mrs. Annie Bell Barnes, 30, of Lexington Park, . Md., and three of her children, ranging in age from 5 to 10 years. ' Five persons were killed in a two-car collision Sunday on Alabama 280 near Opelika. The victims were Jerry L. Henry, 23; Larry J. Henry, 20. and Curtis Baker, 22, all of Opelika; and William R. Rogers, 34, and Robert Squires, 31, both of Salem, Ala. Five Pennsylvania residents were killed early Saturday in a one-car accident in Eastern Ohio where they had attended a Sunday school picnic. in Indiana, three women were killed Saturday en route to a 4-H Club fair just 12 miles from the scene of a crash a week earlier in which a family of five perished returning home from another fair. In another Indiana crash Saturday, Anthony Bruggeman, 18, i of Fort Wayne was killed — along with an Illinois couple — as he drove to Chicago to pick up his girl friend who had re- i turned from France. In California, two boys and their father were killed Sunday in an accident near Turlock. The victims were Harry Reed, ' 43, and sons, Jesse, 8, and Jerodj 10. A collision of a car a'nd truck on U.S. 87 north of • San 'Antonio, Tex., Sunday, took the lives' of I three San Antonio residents. ! George Begin, 65; Neil Garri! son, 25, and Mrs. Anna Shuler, ; 70. Five persons were killed Saturday in an accident near Benj ton, Ark. Killed were James Hammonds, 85, of Lexington, Ala.; his son, Wallace Ham- Imonds, 45; Irene Hammonds, 141, and Freddy Hammonds, 14, ; all of Buchanan, Mich:, and Ni| cholas Arambula Jr., 6, of Chicago. Berry's World © IKS by NEA, IK. "How do you stand on Gaullist nationalism?" jPark Officials Reject i Antilitter Campaign ; CHARLESTON, S.C. fAP) — i Officials of Charleston's two j national parks have refused to! participate in an antilitter campaign headed by Secretary of : the Interior Stewart Udall. , , Paul Schwartz, superin- j i tendent of Fort Sumter and Fort i Moultries national monuments, I explained: "We have so. little Hitter it isn't necessary for us to I take part." Annexation of Islands Asked WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen.; Hiram L. Fong, R-Hawaii, says' he will ask Congress members about annexing the Trust Terri-j tory of the Pacific Islands to! Hawaii. "As the Micronesians gain greater self-government and as they moved forward in other areas, the need for a serious • appraisal of their status as trust' time territory becomes m6re ly," Gong told the Senate. He said he would seek a con sensus of Congress, "assuming of course, that such a far-reach ing step is favored by the people of Hawaii and the people of the trust territory." k i j TL" " ;but a seven-foot alligator gar-i \|pU/QCt |h|nn in i flsh now ^^ n S Prepared is ex- IIWVTUJI I Mlliy III ! pected to bring up to $30,000. i The fossils come from the ! Green River basin in southwest- i ern Wyoming, where Clark's i partner. Carl J. Ulrich of Kemmerer, Wyo.. digs up the limestone slabs and readies them for shipment. The partnership is named, appropriately, the Pes- cadora Co. Clark sells the fossils from his , apartment. His wife, Felicia, This newest thing in "art is the i hand i es the business end of the brainchild of a New York stock-; partnership, broker, Joseph S. Clark Jr., 36, c]ark salcl ne was s t ru ck by son of the Pennsylvania senator., tne res emblance of the fossils to The fossil fish was a long time tne cave pa i n tings at Lascaux, reaching the market. Clark, an i France ancl Altan1lra< Spa in. Clark has exhibited the fossils Art Is Fossils By JERRY BUCK NEW YORK (AP) — Painters of soup cans and sculptors of smashed automobiles had best look to their innovations — the |' fossil fish has arrived. market. Clark, an 1 amateur geologist, figures they* may be as old as 62 million years. His interest in geology; led him to discovery of the aesthetic value of fossils. The reddish fossils, embedded in slabs of creamy limestone, are hung on the wall like pictures. The delicate skeleton of the fish appears to have been sculpted. "The fossils are op art," said Clark, who noted that op art, or optical art, leans heavily on naturalistic objects. The fish command a price of $100 to $1.700, depending on size. Most are only a few inches long, Foster Given Life Sentence PONTIAC (API — The mandatory sentence of life imprisonment was levied on convicted, murderer Carl F. Foster Saturday by Circuit Judge Frederick C. Ziem. Foster, 29, was convicted of the 1964 murder of his wife Angela. He was ordered held placed at hard labor and held in solitary confinement. While standing trial Foster was serving a 10-15 year sentence for manslaughter in the strangling death of a girl friend, Susan Crook. at his children's school, but has yet to be approached by any art museum. Mayor Proves He Hasn't Wasted Time on Golf NASHVILLE. Tenn. (AP) Metropolitan Mayor Beverly Briley proved to his constituents Friday that he hasn't been wasting much time on the golf course. He opened the 18-hole Harpeth Hills Golf Course by teeing up the first ball—and missing it by a foot. Hitchhiking Sea Lion Lands in Aquarium 1 NEW YORK (AP> — A hitch| hiking sea lion far away from I its Pacific Ocean habitat hopoeri aboard a barge once too often and landed in the Coney Island aquarium. The 69 - pound, two-year-old female jumped aboard the vessel Saturday 10 miles out in the Atlantic, leaped off, and then hopped on deck again. Crewmen caught her and took her to the i aquarium. It's the newest number in townl Botanists explain that in early September a layer of small cells forms at the base of each tree 'eaf. These cells block off the flow of water and nutriments to the leaf. The green pigment chlorophyll, bleaches away, exposing the other pigments. «*«!«*£« ,*0«" 1 V SME ON FORD, the car that won the "quiet" contest. SAVE ON THUNDERBIRD, unique in all the world, with big V-8, power steering, power brakes, many more luxury items as standard! SAVE ON FALCON and get Falcon's famous gas savings too! SAVE ON FAIRLANE, the middle-size beauty now with pint-size price. SAVE ON FORD TRUCKS like the F-100 Pickup with great new 2-front-axle riding smoothness. SAVE ON USED CARS-a record selection going at record-low prices! ... • : • * '. • . r -..dUte.. itm BESSEMER AUTO CO. BESSEMER, MICH. EWEN MOTOR CO., INC. EWEN, MICH, LABYAK MOTOR SALES, INC. 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