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TEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1965. Stock Market Slips Lower in Early Afternoon NEW YORK (AP> — The stock market paused from a series of advances and slipped ir- regularlv lower early this afternoon. Trading was moderate Weakness in General Motors and some strength in gold-mining issues were features of the day. The market had stretched its run of gains to four straight Mondny but not without a strug- i gle. and this time profit taking j overoqme what bullish trend re- j mained ' A generally lower tone prevailed among autos, steels, oils j rails, utilities and aerospace stocks \ The decline in GM was attributed to disappointment in > Wall Street that directors had done no more than declare the usual 75-cent dividend. Some had noped for a stock split or j special dividend. I The Associated Press average' of 60 stocks at noon was off .8' at 326.2 \vith industrials off 1.3, j rails off '6 and utilities off .2. j The Dow Jones industrial av-; erage at noon was down 2.14' at 87971. The declines in both averages • were moderate. A rise of more! than a point by Du Pont andj fractional gains by other key is- \ sues helped cushion the market indicators. GM, which rose l'/s Monday sank as much as 2 points today, then pared the loss to a bit more than a point. ! Steels seemed preoccupied still over the Sept. 1 strike deadline. Rails showed a string of fractional losses as they trimmed recent gains. Laboratory for Electronics was nfl Vi at B\'s on 27,400 Prices were generally higher in quiet trading on the American Stock Exchange. Corporate and U.S. Treasury! bonds were mostly unchanged in I light trading. Obituaries Mrs. Alice Stanton Court at Hurley Lists 18 Cases WITH THE COLORS M. Ladin Receives Degree at Winona Michael Ladin, son of Mr. and OAX , ^ Tr , ; Mrs. A.M. Ladin. 1861 37th St. SAN DIEGO, CALIF. - Navy NW. Rochester, Minn, was a Se aman Recruits Randall E. ONTONAGON - Mrs. A,ice * ^fSrefat* tK^m^ ^o^^Kk.^^ S Stanton. 81. former Ontonagon Onc person was flned and 17 : commencement exLiser of Wi-' st - Oeralcl R - Nolcox ' son ° £ resident, died Sunday at a Meth- ban bon ds were ordered for-, nonTstate Collpco ^ Mr - and Mrs ' Kenneth Ray- odist home at Chelsea. '-»--> <- •—->--•- •— -,'' iOI1d ocdcc ^onege. She had since the death of her husband, Lee. in February 1953. paid a $10 fine plus $3 costs, on After funeral services at Chel-;a charge of allowing an unau-| sea. the remains will be brought thorized minor to operate a pow- ! to Ontonagon for burial. er-driven cycle. It was charged Graveside services will be that the offense took place on held at Riverside Cemetery highway US-2 in Kimball. Thursday at 3 p.m. with the Rev. Iron County Judge Arne H. Rev. Landreville Goes to Rudyard Hospital Notes GRAND VIEW. Admitted Monday: Carl L. Krankk a 1 a , ' Iron Belt, George A. Peterson, i 205 6th Ave.,'N., Hurley, John Ketola, 108 W. Aurora St., Mrs. at Chelsea. .felted in Monday's session of : H e is a graduate of Luther ; mond - 612 Kennedy St., John resided at the home Iron County Court at Hurley ,•[_, Writrht Hieh School His Plan*' p> Rundquist. son of Mr. and - ' «---— Bernice D. Garner. Hurley .| f0 r the future include teaching ' Mrs John J ' R"»dqi!ist, 434 W. ,irf « fin fl«^ „!..,. »0 „„„»„ „,. JUIUIC U111UUC. Ibdlimig. Wl . ario |_ af „,,-, Tj_ f «^i, T,- 01,,, George Luciani officiating. Scattered Areas Get Rain Today By nib ASSOCIATED PRESS Wicklund ordered the following bail bonds forfeited: Edward Auger, RCAF station, Comox, British Columbia, Canada, $15, improper passing highway US-2, Saxon. Accused Thief Pleads Guilty Francis St., and Patrick K. Simmonds, son of Mrs. A. J. Simmonds. 410 E. McLeod, all of Ironwood, reported July 12 t,o the Recruit Training Command, U.S. Naval Training Center, San Diego, Calif., for nine weeks of basic training. During their early days o f A man accused of taking part! J rainl "* "** wl " rec f lv ! t a S T nn in the recent wave of b r e a k- i > esf of aptitude examinations to on ins and thefts in the Ironwood- ! determine which of the Navy's Ode Wayne Oliver, Farewell, Mich., $18, speeding on H i g h- way 77, Hurley. Roy Schulz, Wausau, S15, speeding with a vehicle weigh, ing over 10,000 pounds on High- Ram fell in scattered sections j way 51 Mercer in the West and Northeast today Gentry Glady' Griff is, South but generally clear weather pre- • Houston, Tex., $18, speeding on vailed in most other parts of the i Highway 77, Hurley nation ! Leslie Larson, ' Showers in New England Monday appeared to have little effect on the general drought conditions in the six-state area. Nearlv one inch of rain fell at Winnipeg, Canada, $18, speeding with vehicle weighting over 10,000 pounds on Highway US-2, Kimball. Dennis Saari, Hurley, $20, speeding on Gary Road, Hurley. Hurley area was brought before Iron County Judge Arne H. Wiklund tWs morning at Iron County Court at Hurley. 65 specialty fields they will enter on completion of recru i t training. Physical fitness training, drill, Harold L. Peterson, Route 2, MARQUETTE - Appointment; Nor , tn Lake _, Roac1 ' Mrs ' £ e m , p *' of the Rev. Norbert B. Landre- S^ 3 - 84( , E : 1Tll ? ma ? st " AMrs " ville of Marquette as pastor of I Albert Tibaldo. 425 Lake Avc., St. Joseph's Church, Rudyard, medical. Mrs. M rs. 10 Girls Have Exciting Summer With Rockettes was announced by the M o s t; Discharged Monday: Rev. Thomas L. Noa. D. D., bis- ; Mary Proctor. Hurley; hop of the Catholic Diocese of. William Lasanen Brownsville. mertime Marquette. Texas: Mrs. Axel Berg. Saxon; , ^ 1tjfrtft17A Unit rtti A Irtv T3ii{ot/-i » *»» x,« 7 Father Landreville, popu 1 a r assistant pastor at St. Michael's Church, will be taking over his Matt V. Ahoncn. Alex Puisto, Iron wood. By JEAN HELLER NEW YORK (AP) — A siim- a schoolgirl is it's usually hard work, like clerking in a first parish as pastor. The Rud- "",""£" "r Jack Hrlvn a k yard assignment also includes tal1 ' Besse mei. Jack Hiivn a k, the Brimley Mission. Spokesmen for the chanc e r y i vva'kefield office of the diocese here said 1 i- tM.-AicT «;ou»fioirt stol ' e - Dabv sitting or camp b. INI' ANT, Wakefield., counse ii ng Monday: Larry Ere-' But for ' 10 young womcn in _. T . .... _, . . _, . New York this summer, vaca- Presque Isle Wis.. Roland Del- ti ]Q ^ are inte rludes of high Favero. Christine Samps o n , j excltement andi perhaps, Robert L. Roose who testified ' naval customs and courtesi e s. that he had previously used the ! water survival, first aid per- name Robert Lee Bronson. o f i R °nal Hygiene, seamanship and Valleio. Calif., pleaded gull t v! general naval orientation will to the charge of breaking and! highlight the first three weeks entering and stealing by reason of tne .'I transition from civilian of insanity to military life. He further testified that he is t The Naval Trailing Center 23 vefr* of ace and a former tralns 68 - 000 sailors eacn vear reside",'o? Wilconsin. He coild »" its Recuit Trainin & and Serv ' however, offer the court no substantial proof of his age. ice School Commands. CAMP LEJEUNE. N.C. — New Haven, Conn., and about a Richard Raymond McDerm- After extensive questioning • i M ^HneCorDoral James i An- half inch was reported at Buf- ot.t. Bessemer. SIR. failure to! Judge Wicklund ordered t h a t' ™ a ___ _° P Zf !...".f-J „ " half inch was reported at Buffalo, N Y In r.he West, a thunderstorm with winds up to 47 miles per hour hit Albuquerque, N M. Fairly heavy rain also fell in Alamogordo and Sorocco, N.M., and Gooding, Idaho. Showers helped firefighters control fires in Washington State forests Monday. A blaze in the Union Creek area of the Cascade Mountains had burned 900 acres before it was brought under control. Showers fell throughout the day. Two fires which burned more than 150 acres in Mt. Rainier National Park also were doused. The rain and cooler weather followed a -._____ * e '™ n ' nf Mr and Mrs Xake^mXt'e ^op^farteria^ Hoole be tiansported. by the \ ™;.' ~" A n d eYson" Route V at the intersection of the spruce : Iron County Sheriff's Department <? dwaicl . M - A ndeison, ^Route^, Haven Raod and Highway 51,: to Duiuth for psychiatric Oma. James inations and that he be returned Alleva, Hurley. $18, j to the Iron County Jail until N.C.. after completing a five- tour of duty with the speeding on Highway 51, Oma. , the court receives the result of,, ndln force of tne U-S . sixtn Christina Meyer, Green Bay. : the examinations. , «nuin B u"i.c m $13, failure to operate vehicle j Judjjf. Wicklund ordered the ' in proper lane, causing an accident on Highway US-2, Saxon. Kenneth Daronco. St. Louis, Mo.. $17, speeding on Highw a y 77, Hurley. Robert Lee Matchett, Iron Mountain, Mich., $14, speeding on Highway 77, Town of Knight. John Hogben, Kitchemer, Ontario, Canada, $15, impro per passing on a hill on highway US- '2, Saxon. defendant to appear in court again Aug. 11, at 9:30 a.m. 10-day hot spell. Unseasonably cool weather, was reported again this morn-;$15, speeding on Highway ing in areas in the Midwest and! Hurley. Driver Licenses Now Available The Gogebic County Sheriff's Fleet in the Mediterranean. Anderson is a member of Battalion Landing Team 2-8 (BLT 2-8) which is built around the 2nd Battalion. 8th Marines, 2nd Marine Division. It is reinforced with ground and aviation elements from the MCAS, Cherry Point, N.C., and Force Troops and Marine Corps Base at Camp Lejeune. During his deployment the - ....... i .o, Gary James LeBeau, Racine, Department and the Ironwood les ' BLT made liberty stops at Nap- Izmir, Turkey; Can- 77, j Police Department have an- Stock Market NOUN QUOTATIONS NEW YORK (AP) — Following is a Sectioned list of stock transactions on the New York Stock Exchange at midday with net change from previous close. Northeast. The 51 reading at Columbus, Ohio, tied the record low mark for Aug. 3 set in 1886. Early morning temperatures rangec from 38 at Pellston, Mich., to 97 at Needles, Calif Lawrence Whiffen Jr., Milwaukee, $15, improper passing on a curve on highway US-2, Kimball. Kenneth Juntunen, Ironwood, $15, improper passing on hill on highway US-2, Saxon. Henry Gilbertson, Hurley, S20, jnounced that driver's licenses are available six days a week, Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m to 9 p.m., with Sundays) and leeaJ holidays the exceptions. Ironwood Police Chief Donald' E. Nevala has stated that it is now permissible for licensees ies ; i lor nr n h ? a ' *-> I II c M reached from these cities included Rome, Paris, Nice and Monaco. the transfer and change were necessitated due to the illness of ! Rev. Frank Gimski, pastor of Rudyard's St. Joseph, who is being placed on sick leave. Born in Hermansville, Father Landreville, 33, attended school in Hermansville before the family moved to Marquette. He attended Baraga Grade School in Ma-quette before entering the seminary. He attended the Salvato r i a n Seminary, St. Nazianz, Wis.; St. Paul Seminary, St. Paul, Minn., and Sc John's Provincial Seminary. Plymouth, Mich. Father Landreville recci v e d his bachelor of arts degree from St. Paul Seminary. He 'va s ordained into t h e priesthood in June 1958 in St. Peter's Cathedral by Bish o p Noa. Father Landreville served as assistant pastor of St. Cecelia's Church, Caspian, from his ordination until 1960, when he became assistant at St. Ambrose Church. Ironwood. In June 1964 he received his assignment to St. Michael's Church h.ere. The promotion of Father Landreville is effective immediately. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Arnold L. Casanova, pastor of St. Michael's, said plans will b e made for a farewell reception for Father Landreville, which prob- onday : Mrs. i springboards to glamorous ably will be month. held here next speeding on Highway 77, with a, to obtain licenses anywhere in motorbike. the statr. and not just in their t Fire Damages Hedins Home Robert DuCharme, Saxon, $13, failure to yield right of way while passing, resulting in a collision on Highway 51, Mercer. home towns as was the case pre- A fire gutted the living room viouslv Photos of the drivers are Grand in owned by Mr. and Mrs. John Allied Cr Am Can Am Mot Am TCJ-& Tel Armour Beth Steel Chrysler Cities Service Consumer Pw Cont Can Copper Rng Det Edison Dow Onem du Pot.t East Rod Ford Mot Gen Fd« Gen Motors Gen Tel Gillette Goodrich Goodyear Inland Steel Interlak Ir Int Bus Mch Int Nick Int Te 1 & Tel Johns Man Kimb Clk LOF Glass Ligg & My Mack Trk Mont Ward NY Central Pennej, JG PA RR Pfizer Repub Stl . Sears Roeb Std Oil Ind Std Oil NJ US Steel Wn Un Tel U—Up D—Down. U 49'/i D 10 6634 D 38% U 35% nf thp-nrrpsts wprP made color on their licenses ancl the Heclin, former residents of Iron- 1/0 D 57% D 55% U 37% D 35" 8 U 69 233'-2 D 84% D % 5234 D Vi 83Va D Vi 97 V-\ D 1% 40V-i D Vs 35'% 55V2 463/4 D »/4 42% D % 36% D Va 476 U H4 851/4 U 53 U 513/4 D 49 54 82'/2 D 343/4 D 32 52 D 65% D 423/s D 58 40% D 66Vi D 48% U 75% 48'/4 D 39 U Harriman Sees iTough Fighting 1 LONDON (AP)~ W. Averall Harriman said today he got the impression in talks in Moscow ; with Premier Alexei N. Kosygin i that the Russians looked to a 1 peaceful settlement in Viet 'Nam. But he saw tough fighting meeting of the Board of Direc-1 % vnc j f V lc ' euse ' ne I"""" n ° ce ?', Rapids. , iahpari ' tors of the Ironwood American! ^^^l^J^V! 1 ^! 0 :^ 18 : 1 , 11! It was reported by neighbors Labor Council Endorses Plan The Gogebic County Cent r a Cook and daughter, Berg-: Tne ,„_ , in age {rom 16 Mrs. Alphons Abendroth, to 20 are summer replacements in the chorus line of Radio City Music Hall's famed Rockettes. The cirls do four shows a day, seven days a week. Each work day is 11 hours, except on holidays. Then it is longer — more shows are added to the schedule. After working three weeks, the girls get a week off. It's a tough routine, but the Meeting on Tax Program Slated LANSING (AP)—Gov. George! Romnejr and perhaps two. dozen | replacements say they'love it legislators will meet Aug. 12-13 p™ ln nnir ,,. romivn Rn at Mackinac Island in an attempt to work out a bi-partisan tax program. Romney announced dates of ! ^"etweer '"shows' the meeting at a news conference today and said he hoped the group could narrow six alternative tax proposals down to one program for general legislative consideration. The alternatives were proposed last week at a meeting of Romney and the legislators, who have worked with the governor much of the year on tax ideas. The Mackinac meeting will be a closed-door, shirt-sleeve gathering where "we can get up there by ourselves," said the governor. Romney said invitations were being sent to about 35 legisla- Case in point: Carolyn Bahr, 16, of Pittsburgh. "Last summer we came here for a vacation," Carolyn said saw .the Rockettes and I just knew I had to be one. So I talked to my (dancing) teacher and came up here for the audition, and here I am." Carolyn will go back to Pittsburgh's Holy Ghost Academy as a senior, hoping to become a membe" of the permanent Rockettes company when she's through school. If she does, it won't be anything new for her family. Her sister Eileen, 20. has been a Rockette for more than two years Kathv Christie, 16, of Union, N.J., came to New York to audition with Alice Kozimor, 17, of Both made it. school junior. Labor tors but that he knew some al- Kearn" N J ready had other commitments | Kathy" i? ah. and could not attend. Legisla- j Alice a senior'' tive leaders also are being in- Anotner member of the sum- vlted - ., . . mer group is Carolyn Newton. Even if a tax program is 16 of \Vayne N J agreed upon by the bi-partisan I ^ven among ' the summer group, it still must be sold to |groupi tnere are lne w pros other legislators - some of | Joan Shea 20 a coll whom have been adamant in , or frorn Worcester . Mass., is in their opposition to tax action ner fourth summer wit h the this year. ! R OC kettes. and Nancy Conant, 20, a college junior from Jack- Ill., is in her third sum- a letter to State Sen. Joseph; * 122 million rev enu es are fal {-' Mack endorsing his pro- ;$122 mimon - revenues are ran-, Q TV/Tof»lr tav»rfrtt*civ»rr V^" *j».i*** iijjjj^wii« -iv.vvuvi^.*j w*v- *n*t , ivj«t* DC-SB! for free t"?i 11 ton P f£ ! in * behind expenditures and the' .. wlu . n : was 10 „ N w t :SS «*» Residents"'enroinS SUrpr f,Sinl fZarS^S " m ^ ^ ™™ lo »™ ™ t01 About 3 Friday aftern o o n , i in junior colleges. The council years. Bringing a financial crisis, and l savv tne Rocke ttes. Right not to wear hair curlers when ^ drove here to meet t h e i r supervisors, and o t h e r public I governor is pessimistic in fho,, oh^,,,, ,,« *« >,„„„ fu m i« «;« ""-j " i. r. *"*" ' they show up to have their pic- son, who was a summer student ', bodies to endorse the proposed ' . if. - -_ - -JVT 1 OWI1, W 1IW W C*l3 t* lJ\,Limti1~J. *J\JW~l^-llU I «*w^»* Wifcrf v\s h.»v*VA. Wb. Vlt\~ ^i \J£J\Jt3\*\A : ture -taken Nevala said Hair al Nortnern Michigan University legislation, said James H o s k ' • , There will be an import a n t ' ~lor is no longer •required 1 or . a and bring Wm back to O r a n d , ing, president. The letter to Sen. ^ If--,, U 1 "" 66 ahead. Harriman, who just concluded Legion Post Wednesday a tour of European capitals ning at 7:30. All members where he talked with govern- asked to attend, ment leaders, told reporters be- reading of the economic his cli- eve are. ,, j their license at the sheriff's of- Mack: "The Gogebic County Central at about 3:30 p.m.," a bolt ofJLabor Council approves andj mate. Others say a bonding program could solve the problem without immediate new taxes. v, tv, ' . .., ^, OH ° arf " lightning hit the television wire supports your efforts to pass * o on the home and simultaneously legislation to afford free tuition blew out the living room win- to Michigan residents enrolling • *»»x-i.v *^-nv*\-*u, tuivt i v.f'ui i>*_j. o uc~ , lipo TiPna r*tmonf V\ ' fVi uicw vjut tiic Diving LUUHI »ni- o— fore flying home to Washington: The Ironwood Volunteer Fire-; "^ ^P an ™ en ^ nas J™ J; an l era dows, with the fire starting im- in J unior colleges. ! "I got the general impression, Department will have a meet- Thuisday. Friday and Saturday. mediately . | "We must avoid the Senate Might Vote Aug. 4 trend to The "Hedins did not know of P rice college education out of this until they arrived here st !reacn to tne children of wage the home of Mrs. Hedin's par- earners. Education should be 1 provided to children with the I ents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver I Johnson, Friday night. Friday evening, before the scholastic ability, regardl ess of his parents' financial posi- '/a 3 /8 1/8 Vi Vs 5 /8 Vi WASHINGTON fAP) - Oppo- Hedins arrived, Mrs. Johns o n ^ ion - The primary requirement >. -.. »»— — i -* » ••, -frtM n rt w*i+"fo v\rtr\ *VMie«i- vir^f >>rt +-Vii^ that Moscow would like to see a j ing and practice session at 7 j settlement. President Johnson this evening. All members are has said on many occasions that expected to be present with he is willing to undertake dis- proper fire fighting gear. cussions with any government, j "But the Hanoi government! The Cloverlancl Chorus will continues to say they will notjnot meet this week. The next! ..._ _ rr _ ^, u iwv%| i¥ _ u "-",, .„ have any part of it. Hanoi thinks! session will be held Wednesday,; nents have refused to agree to a received a telephone call f r o m i or a a mi " ance must not be tne it can take over South Viet Nam ' Aug. 11. .showdown vote on Sen. Everett Mr. Hedin's superior in Grand P arent ;> financial status or a by force. ' M. Dirksen's constitutional Rapids stating what had hap- larg£ : bank account as the only "I am afraid we have some I All units of the Blue Knights, amendment on legislative reap- pened. The Hedin's returned to < re q uire ment. tough fighting ahead to prove to j Drum and Bugle Corps will prac-' portionment until they see its Grand Rapids immediately after' them they are not going to be tice tonight at 7 at the Legion; final form. • being informed. i permitted to take over South clubrooms and also Thursday, But Sen. William Proxmire, The living room was reported 'Viet Nam and that the Viet-i night. All members must be ; D-Wis., a leader of the opposi- to be completely gutted by fire namese people are going to be! present. ; tion, told newsmen the odds are and some damage was done to able to decide their own future j i 2-1 that the vote will be taken the bedrooms by smoke and and not at the dictation of i Bonnie Dclich was the winner Wednesday. Dirksen, the Senate water Hanoi." iof the womens stock car r a c e GOP leader, also said this was Harriman, President John-; Sundav ni £ nt at tne Gogebic. likely. _. . _ . . son's special envoy, arrived Sun- j County Fairgrounds, not Bonnie Dirksen's amendment would /•/Vlfl/l IJOHaffc day and had talks with Foreign Orlich as was previously report- permit one house of state legis- ' '/"'» WI^|CW,IO Secretary Michael Stewart and' ed - latures to be apportioned on the D I * J Ci Prime Minister Wilson. It was „_ „,„, h TT^..,, M . ,r ,„„ ba . si f, °f.geography and political 061/6X60 JlOfS now up to Hanoi to make the next Viet Nam peace move. Is Published By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Patecp.U, 20, of Flushing. NY.: Donna Sarantakes, 17, of Boston; Pnula Bigleii, 18, of Scranton, Pa . and Connie Jean Wilson, 20, of Columbus, Ohio. Festival Dates Set TRAVERSE CITY (API—The National Cherry Festival Board of Directors has announced that the 1966 National Cherry Festi- WASHINGTON (API—A new i val will be held July 11-15. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO fAP) — (USDA)— Hogs 3,500; butchers steady to Strong; 1-2 190-225 Ib 25.00-25.25; mixed 1-3 190-250 Ibs 24.50-25.00; 240-270 Ibs 24.35-24.75; mixed 1-3 300-35C 2b sows 22.50-23.25; 350400 Ibs 22.00-22.85. Cattle 2,000; calves none; slaughter steers fully steady; several loads high choice and prime J,200-1,300 Ib 27.50-28.00; Choice 1,100-1,325 Ibs 26.00-27.25; mixed good and choice. 24.7525.50; or-' '50-1,050 Ib slaughter heif ^3.25-25.75; mixed good ar. ^ce 22.75-23.25. Will Travel To Marquette All members of the Pakistan Says • Aid Is Delayed RAWALPINDI, Pakistan (AP) — President Mohammed Ayub Khan has charged the United States with delaying new nid commitments in an effort to rnrce a change in Pakistan's wreign policy. Ayub in a nationwide broadcast Sunday referred to a July 3 message from President John,'son saying America would ask the Wprld Bank to postpone the aid - to - Pakistan consortium meeting scheduled for July 27. Pakistan has received more than $5 billion in foreign eco- ic and military aid. since and needs more. Hurley to ry ! banquet to be held Thursday , Two car caravans will be' Aug. 5, at 6:30 p.m. at the leaving Gogebic County Friday, Eagles Hall. Aug. 8, on a pilgrimage to the Ahmed Shrine Temple in Marquette for the summer ceremonial. The first car caravan will leave the Iromvood-Bess e m e r area about 7 a.m. The second caravan will assemble and or- Soviets Reject Nuclear Treaty GENEVA (AP) — The Soviet Union said today it will never sign a treaty to halt the spread of nuclear weapons so long as the West continues to bow to what it called "West German blackmail" and goes ahead with the proposed NATO nuclear force. ment'tonight at 7 at the Fire re'ferendum *""*"" "''*"'""- '" D j Force says people who reported Chief Soviet Delegate Semyon Hall. The Supreme Court in a "one a rasn of unidentified flying ob-|K- Tsarapkin told the 17-nation man one vote" decision last ;iects Slinda y aPP a rently were disarmament conference that! There will be a meeting of the subdivisions as well as popula- Hurley Volunteer Fire Depart- tlonSi if tne people appro v eyin a I WASHINGTON (AP)-The Air ,-.-,««* t«v,in-l-,f at 1 at Hin TTl t<a . rr I TP<-,vno ggys pCOplC WllO TCpOrted government publication rolled off the press Monday. Called the "Weekly Compilation ol Presidential Documents," it will be distributed free to all congressmen plus those officials of the executive and judicial branches who now receive the Federal Register, official diary of the U.S. government Its initial 8,500-name circulation list is expected to be increased through public subscriptions of $6 per year. Included in the first issue THE WEATHER TEMPERATURES IN IRONWOOD TUfsd«>. AuiurU 9, 1IMIS. For 24 hr. period ending at 12 nooon. 2 p.m. 73110 p.m. 63 6 a.m. 55 ; 4 p.m. 71|Mldnight 59 B a.m. 57 I 6 p.m. 70! 2 a.m. 59 10 a.m. 09 1 8 p.m. 67) 4 a.m. 57|Noon 70 : Barometer: 6 a.m. 29.80; Noon 29.80. THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr. Albany, cloudy . Albuquerque, clear were a transcript of the Presi- Atlants, clear dent's news conference on Viet j Bismarck, cloudy Nam. a report he received on the employment of women in the postal service, his remarks Boise, clear 76 82 85 91 90 Boston, cloudy 66 Buffalo, .cloudy at the swearing in of U.N. Am- j Chicago, cloudy bassador Arthur J. Goldberg Cincinnati, cloudy and the annual report to the President by the Board of Visitors of the U.S. Naval Academy. held that iiciu "'<"• seeing stars. Licenses to Wed Residents Continued from Page One west An Air Force spokesman said: "Initial study of reports received would indicate that the Monday her mother-in-law Mrs ? bse rvations were astronomical -. . __ . . »** vw *'*-* **» *CIVY, IVliOi 1V1 «Qtiivo T^VlO j-\V\i«/i*ci s\Vic-At*irA^I censes have been made at the office of the Gogebic County clerk by the following: Kisler, was on hand to Jook after Tina. The Washtenaw County Ga., Center, Wis. ganize in the Watersmeet area | Charles A. Warren, Atlant a and meet with the other one for breakfast at Bruce Cross ing. The two groups will proceed to Marquette in caravan style with the Shrine Ambassadors of Gogebic and Ontonagon Count i e s leading the procession. Elaine A. Esser, Alma. ~^ f ^ff^^^ Bennett and J a c- at home ancl queline Ann Biggin, Minneapolis. Paul W. Weishaar and Judy May Johnson, St. Paul. in ; may have been the planet Jupiter or the stars Rigel, Capella, Ch;wr7n'7A SS TcMTon"h^ 1Betelgeuse or AWebaran which wuicnens Association Jias, were p , slb , e- At tne time of the reported sightings, the azimuth « ., al j. both and of the reported nary conclusion." Nonetheless, the Air Force All Shriners are reminded that' Charles E. Sellner and Conthey are to bring their red fez- j stance Marie Campbell, M i n n - zes as well as this year's due certificate. Visiting Nobles from other Temples are also reminded that in order to gain admittance to all the ceremonies they must bring along-their certification for their home temple and- or the warrant from the Imperial Council. Births Stefani. Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Stefani, Chicago, a son, Tho- eapolis. Jeffrey Ragnar Josephson, , . , Milwaukee, and Cynthia Yvonne .vj 6 - air conditioner for the! ^renor^ C ° ntinUe t0 " room. > cne ie P° us Washtenaw County Cystic' kl w .~ 77 L Fibrosis Association has paid N. Vietnamese Shoot for the expensive vapor ma-; Down Ajr Force p| ane Nasi, Hurley. Application for a marriage li- cnse has been made at the office of the Iron County clerk Robert J. Hornick, Montre a and Linda Jane Anderson, Saxon. People have been wonderful ! M 8A J°S N ; Viet Nam {AP) ~ We couldn't have done what WP North Vietnamese gunners shot have, and Tina woTdnT haJe &• "• S ; *'" ™—" ""liven a.<5 inner ** c h= hoo ,,,i.w.;:.... i Thunderchief down a U.S. Air Force F105 on a mission 30 h,,i lived as lone as she ha* withnnt 1 in "naercniei on a mission 30 3 f! their heip°" gsaad MrS Lme " liles , north of villh tod ay and „' i tne Pilot was presumed to be Traffic Toll Is Up Ewen Personals the pilot was presumed to dead. A U.S. spokesman said the pilot was seen ejecting from his crippled craft over the sea 20 miles northeast of Vinh, but rescue personnel found only his Michigan Has Cold Weather By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Michigan's overnight weather produced temperatures n e a r freezing in some areas. The 30-day forecast for Michigan indicates that temperatures will continue to be below normal through August. Pellston recorded a low of 34 Monday night. Lansing and ,„•,,: ^ -r, t * ,_, ^ Traverse City had a low of 37, William C. Foster told the con- and tne mercury hit 40 at Alpe- ference he was disappointed by i na Tsarapkin's "propaganda, vilifi-j Grand Ra pids, Houghton' and cation and distortion. He: said, Muskegon also reported lows in he still hnnert the Rnvipt. TInlnnKi —i^ji. ..«._ the nuclear force proposed for! the North Atlantic Alliance is "absolutely unacceptable" to the Soviet Union. In a strong attack on the United States, he said American "imperialism and aggression" in Viet Nam is a major obstacle to further disarmament agreements. Tsarapkin's attack caused no surprise although one Western delegate said it was "rather tougher than we expected." U.S. disarmament negotiator he still hoped the Soviet Union eventually will agree to settle down to serious negotiations on disarmament. f ffort Made To Free Ship the middle 40s. Detroit's low was 54, and the thermometer stayed below 65 throughout the day in the Motor City. Cleveland, clear 72 68 75 65 Denver, cloudy 83 Des Moines, clear .. 78 Detroit, clear 65 Fairbanks, cloudy .. 66 Fort Worth, clear .. 96 Helena, cloudy 94 Honolulu, cloudy .87 Indianapolis, clear 74 62 60 64 56 56 57 55 60 46 51 58 60 50 48 66 62 74 50 .06 .14 22 .65 .33 .01 Jacksonville, cloudy 91 74 Juneau, cloudy 68 Mrs. Leroy Fencll has re- ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — The' ceived word that her sist e r mas Steven, July 19. M r s ! State Motor Vehicle Department Mrs. Joreph Chonezena died Stefani is the former Lois Brag-' says 1,221 persons died in traffic ' July 23 at Seattle, Wash. Mrs. i' aground near Pratas Island, SSkhS^caS. tome?r^:S C rS^So}UTea?°™i n c«!S SrT^Se^of *$S* La^i A Sf BC1 & W ^^ e ?, tel ""* S ° UtheaSt * ^ K ° ng> and the late L o u la [ pares ^ 1.2U ^deaths in the { to, ^.ncock. She had been ill" j n^the iS ^^^^ < Coffee Social Planned By Finnish Festival The National Finnish-Am e r 5- MANILA (AP) — Efforts are i can Festival will hold a coffee continuing to free the radar • social on Friday, August 13, ac- picket destroyer Frank Knox, cording to Mrs. Etno Nevala, aground on a coral reef in the ; foods committee chairman. South China Sea since July 18, j The social will be held at the U.S, Navy said today. the home of the Rev. Fred Paa- A spokesman said there were i lonan, corner of Ayer and Kansas City, cloudy 85 Los Angeles, cloudy 81 Louisville, clear ... 77 Memphis, cloudy ... 89 Miami, cloudy . . . 88 Milwaukee, cloudy ,66 Mpls -St.P., cloudy '79 New Orleans, clear . 87 New York, clear ... 77 Okla. City, clear .. 92 Omaha, cloudy . 83 Philadelphia, clear 82 Phoenix, clear . 107 Pittsburgh, cloudy 66 Ptlnd, Me., rain 67 Ptlnd, Ore., cloudy 74 Rapid City, clear 91 Richmond, clear 83 St. Louis, clear 81 Salt Lk. City, cloudy 87 San Die-go, cloudy . 75 San Fran , clear .. 62 Seattle, cloudy 66 Tampa, cloudy 88 Washington, clear . 87 Winnipeg, cloudy ... 82 .02 .75 49 70 62 . 52 .. 64 . 77 1.67 53 59 69 63 68 64 57 80 51 57 61 61 58 59 61 64 57 56 73 62 54 .14 .01 .02 02 .07 RANGE SKIES Sunset today 8:29. Sunrise tomorrow 5:44 Moonset tonight no casualties among the crew of Lake Streets, Ironwood, andiii:53 p.m. First Quarter tomor- the 2.400-ton ship. The Knox is serving will begin at 3 p.rn- and row 12:48 am. Prominent Star- oowmnrt m>pr P-afroc Tclnnrf l R q „„„«„.„ ..„.„ „ L. ArCtUl'US.iin the WCSt U.'OS p.m. Visible Planets—Venus, low,' in i west 9:11 pm. Mars, seta 10:26 1 M uut OtfittlMn ' lv» nm*4-V**& *±J. •« M . 4A USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS continue until 8:30 p.m.. ! Home baked goods will be fea- jtured and the public Is invjite'd, . to attend. All proceeds will gpip.m. Saturn,'in southeast 12:41 1 Mo the festival building fund, j a.m. Jupiter, rises 2:23 a.m.

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