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TWO IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1965. Market Pushed j obituaries 5S A Little Ahead This Afternoon Harriman Gives \MedicareFee_ 75 Marchers Grand Knight-Elect John Tay-i —— I lor of the Hurley Count: i 1. | nF . nn U I fft\ocn\\t <sr Knights of Columbus, has a n-i Joseph J. raiesniK :>r. nouncerl tluu District Deputy; Joseph J. Falcsnik Sr., of 2425 Louis J. Kolonko. Ashland, will! W. Pierce St.. Milwaukee, form- b c present for the annual i n -! er resident of Ironwood, died s tallation of officers at the 1 July 26. He had been ailing meeting to be held Thursday Report to LBJ M/7V OP In Line Today about eight months. ing NEW YORK (APi-Selective The deceased was r a i s e d on cary Road. evening at 8 _at the club rooms Harriman reports to President WASHINGTON (API—The $3] monthly premium for the op-| tional doctor-bill coverage in the new health care plan for the ^ALLENDALE. ^JAP^- Road. Dennis Saari. Erw^n ! snubbing proposals by county ^"iSout"?^.\lary GuT- By LEWIS GUL1C WASHINGTON iAP> — Rov- aged probably will have to be Ambassador W. A vcrelli raised within a few years. Hospital Notes GRAND VIEW. Admitted Tuesday: Arthur Corner. Washburn, Wis., Mrs. Marian Koivisto. Route 2, surgery: Roberta Brown, 117 S, Range Rd., Marvin Morrison, West strenrth pushed the solma '- here and had resided in Mil-; All elected officers are asked Johnson today on his WUur - ket a little ahead early this aft- waukce 32 years. He was em-! to be present at 7:45 and to g j, lt tne n rst Premier Alexi N Kosy I diction Tuesday but added he of Welfare] officials to speed made that pre-it ration of high-level | would hope the increase will be small. Doctors' costs have been ris- | ing and the trend is expected to continue, Cohen said. the regis- voters, i marched again in Allendale to-, day but their number had dwin-, ^11 y died. medical. Secret Service \ Expands Effort to Tighten Security John F. By DOUGLAS B. CORNELL ^ll' 1 £t S " WASHINGTON (AP) — The 'I century-old Secret Service has taken on protective coloration, Hautanen irom fractions to arouno.a AFL . CIO Briggs & stratton Cor-, CornoJo will be at the c 1 u b. two meetings in Moscow about a j The S3 monthly fee applies to point, with most changes smau. poration ! rooms prior to the meeting to fortnight ago. a supplemental plan available poration A tentative advance was un-, surviving are his wife, t h e' collect dues from any members der way among steels, motors.' former Anna Raich; one son, j in arrears. rails, airlines, rubbers and cop- Joseph Jr 0{ Milwaukee: one \ pers, but each group contained daughter. Mrs. Patricia Hallisy : plenty of dead spots. of Atlanta. Ga.: four grand-! Defense issues were mixed, children: his mother. Mrs. Mary | displaying no immediate re- Falesnik, and one sister, Mrs.; sponse to President Johnson's jjugo Peterson of Ironwood, and i request to congress for $1.7 bil- slx Bothers, John of Bessemer,; lion more to increase military F ran k an d Lawrence of Minn- Actress Gives Birth to Girl fortnight ago. US. sources said HarrimaiVs July 1, 1966, to those 65 and old- soundings in Moscow and the'er. The basic hospital coverage other European capitals during Ms provided for all the elderly his four-week trip do not signifi- without cost to them, cantly alter what is already known about the Viet Nam situation. He also saw leaders in Belgium, West Germany, Italy,I Yugoslavia and Britain. I On his return here Tuesday night. Harriman told an airport news conference "I'm quite; Strength in Viet Nam. eapolis. Anton and Martin ofj Some of the electronics re- Milwaukee and Albert of Oak-i OXFORD, England <APi fleeted buying but much of this ] an d, calif. ' Actres" Patricia Neal, still re-j sure" the Soviets want a peace-! was in fits and starts. Funeral services were h e 1 d covering from the effects of a | t'ul solution in Viet Nam. But he Voting Bill Near Final Approval Bv F.DMOND LEBRETON . About 75 persons, including Discharged Tuesday: Therese so to ^pvak, in its old age. several white men and women ; Stella, Mrs. Axel Bulkowski, Hur- ; One ve teran agent on the marched to the Allendale Coun-, ley; Mrs. oeorgina Trema i n , • while House detail has been tv Courthouse with their police John Asunto, Mrs. Ellen Nin-i dubbed "Canon," for clerical escort also cut in half. They formed a circle in a clearing, nis, Ironwood. garb and not "cannon" for the sang hymns and said prayers., Admitted There were no incidents. DIVINE INFANT, Wakefickl. < gun bulging beneath his jacket. Meanwhile, 50 Negro white civil rights workers remained in .nil at Orangeburg, S.C., 35 miles north of here. They were arrested Tuesday; after staging a sit-in in the, Orangeburg County Courthouse ( to protest that Negro voters were being registered too slow- Tuesday: Edward j In surplice and cassock, he .Mesich, Marenisco, surgery, j sat with the choir and blended and Mrs. Thomas Kutrovoc, Besse-iin with other black and white President mer, medical. Plans for today's protest : The Associated Press average Saturday at 9 a.m. at the Brusk-1 triple stroke six months ago, I added "it's not in the hands of, WASHINGTON <AP> — The , march at Allendale were; I"\ M of 60 stocks at noon was up .6 j ew (tz Forest Lane Chapel, Mil-] gave oirth today to a 6-pound 8-(the Soviet Union in my opinion.: voting-rights b m. providing the: mapped at a mass jneetlng^ of j l/Py ["1 ounce pirl. jit's in the hands of North Viet; strongest means yet for assur- l about 300 Negroes Tuesday clad figures when Dischareed Tuesday Trace v' Jonnson ^tended nlgh sch ° o1 Dischaigea Tuesday n ace y. gradin , Jon exerclses for daugh . " „ p i ter Luci at Washington National Cathedral. On 9 couple of occasions when Johnson delivered college com- i mencement addresses this j spring as at Baylor University ; in Wnco. Tex., agents in cap 1 and TCWII strolled just behind 1 the President in the academic Lamor c a u x, Mrs. Wayne Keski. Kenneth Wienandt, M r s. i Sanna Nyman, Wakefield. The baby is the 39-year-old i Nam." He said the Russians; j n g Negroes access to the ballot ; night. They voted to turn down at 327.7 with industrials up .4, wau kee. and at 9 a.m. at S t . rails up .5 and utilities up .4. Matthew's Church. Interment _.._ —-_ - —- --„-- -.- .__.„_.._, „ , The Dow Jones industrial av- was at M t Olivet Cemetery. film star's fifth child. She was "don't appear to be ready tOi DO x. was only a step today from ; a four • point compromise set; T |_|-. > J C/*U/%/*.l erage at noon was up 2.57 at Mrs H ugo Peterson Iron- bon .n the Nuffield maternity i take the side of the non-Commu-1 final congressional approval, forth by voting officials to end; I A plpHfl \rnnfll 883.77. wood John Falesnik, Mrs. Dor-i wing of Oxford's Radcliffe Hos- nist world" in efforts to bring j That step seemed certain to be the marches. i I V/ I IV/UU J\*l IV/VM A rise of a point and a half otny Long and daughter, Janin Du Pont was a prop to the j CCi Bessemer. Frank and Law- averages, rencc Falesnik, Minneapo 1 i s , Prices were higher in mocier- attended the services, ate trading on the American Stock Exchange. Corporate and U.S. Treasury bonds were mostly unchanged in very light dealings. Harry Wright pital. "Pat and the little girl areience table. j the Hanoi regime to the confer-1 taken Thursday. The Negroes are demanding The Senate has the final say! that voter registration books be. MARQUETTE — The both well. Everything is nor- ; Harriman, 73. one time Demo- and a leader of the opposition! reopened immediately. Howard Brown, who processions. This clerical and academic attire i? something new, since the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. It typifies an expanded effort by the Secret Rev. SorV j Cl , to tighten security, stick spent close , 0 tlic president's side ev- mal " said Miss Neal's husband.! cratic governor of New York tnere said ne knows of no plans i Law in South Carolina re- his early days in Bessemer, has ervwri ,. rCi Du t still be unobstru British writer Ronald Dahl. and veteran of many diplomatic ; for anv concerted action against i quires that they be open one been named the new supenn- si ^, e on CC remonlal or similar "She's fooled everyone. Nobo- : assignments including a war-; it by nis f e n ow southerners. J day each month, but local tendent of Marquette Bishop occas j ons . dy thought she could go through > time ambassadorship to Mos-j ..f f l thought I could defeat j officials can open them on other Baraga Central High School. There always has been n Harry Wright of Iron Moun-jwith it — but she did." cow. had an opportunity to com-j the bil j j- d try /- gen. Allen J.! days if deemed necessary. They He succeeds the Rev. Glen mcasurr . O f attempts to fit into tain, father of Ironwood Mayor' Miss Neal entered the hospital ! Pare Kosygin, 61. with others of Ellenc1er- D-La.. said in an in-1 were open in Allendale Monday Weber, in one of eight re-assign- thc scenc rat hcr than to stand Stock Market NOON QUOTATIONS Alfred Wright, died T u e s d a y Monday night. The baby was.Harriman's acquaintance such afternoon at an Iron Mount a i n due in about two weeks but her; as former Premier Nikita Knru- Hospital, following a lengt h y i husband said the doctors hoped . shchev. terview. and 59 Negroes registered. ments made by The Most Rev.' out Wr , en presidents in sports But Ellender recalled that a When the books closed, the, Thomas L. Noa. Roman Catholic c t 0 t neK went boating or golfing; ; illness. to induce the birth to reduce her i Kosygin is "a more two-thirds majority had voted in Negroes along with white civil Bishop of Marquette. Father O r walking, agents went along serious; Ma to snut of{ debate on the ; rights workers, refused to leave Weber becomes Newman chap- sp0 rts clothes, too. in The mayor's mother, M r s .; time of waiting. ' Wright, died July 23 as the result of injuries received whe n She spent hours in the hospital pacing a corridor to man" than-Khrushchev. Harri-i t inal version of tne D m and! the courthouse. claiming the, lain at Northern Michigan Uni- ' For f oma i. white tie and tails man told newsmen. ' • • • ' • • ... .,_ ,._. ,:__ .-.- r, _ .. . _ . "He doesn't joke quite as ea- . needed for approval of the com- '< liberately slowed. Thirty-seven Stephen Mannie. O.F.M.. Cap..i wnosc ~ ' "'" "" 49 ;i , 8 10 66'-j 38 Is U U TT 38"M U 35-V 8 ing is a sectioned list of stock c ^ e transactions on the New York Stock Exchange at midday with net change from previous close. Allied Ch Am Car Am Mot Am Te; & Tel Armour Beth Steel Briggs Mf Ches .'i Ohio Chrysler Cities Service Consumer Pw Cont Can Copper Rng Del Edison Dow Chem du Pon'. East Kod Ford Mot Gen Fds Gen Motors Gen \°\ Gillette Goodrich Goodyear Inland Steel Inter Chem Int Bus Men Int Nick Int Tel & Tel Johns Man Kim Oik LOF Glass Ligg & My Mont Ward NY Central Penney, JC PA RR Pfizer Repub Stl Sears Roeb Std Brand Std Oil Ind Std Oi! NJ Stauff Ch US Steel suit of injuries received whe n Tuesday pacing a corridor to « c u^o., ,, jw^..-»"•"• .~- needed tor approval or tne com- noerateiy sioweci. ininy-sevun oit-pnt-u iviamue. u.r .m.. ^w < whose posts ; she was struck by a motor cy-i advance the birth. As a result of! sllv - He looks yo " dire vV, in ,,! promise version before the Sen-1 were arrested. All but 12 have Father Brown will be chap- Pesident turn ; cle her strokes, she still wears a' eve - Tnat ' s something I like. ate> been relea sed on bond. lain in residence at St. Paul's and tnilSi , u Brenda Bott her strokes steel and leather brace on one leg. Brenda Bott, five-month-o 1 di when the baby was born but daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thorn-1 was nol m the room. Asked how Harriman described Kosygin, who has a reputation as a man- Dahl, 47, was at the hospital agement expert, as "a produc- I 'ound rath rath as Bott, formerly of the Hurley area, died at the University of Minnesota Hospital, Minneapolis, yesterday. The child is survived by he felt, he replied: "Just wonderful and prouder than ever of Pat." er than doctinaire in his ap- S j m pi e majority now is ' registration had been cle- . versity, succeeding the Rev. events. Secret Service men ' are nearest the out in white tie considerable per- Representatives of the South- Novitiate (Sisters of St. Paul de S onal expense. Either they have The House passed the measure Tuesday 328 to 74. ern Cr.ristian Leadership Con-. Chartres). to buv formal clothes or rent Miss Neal. winner of an Acad emy Award for her perform-; •-.parents, who now live at Silver j ance }n .. H ud," was stricken in' K ,. pmiin 1 I Bay. Minn.; two sisters, Ann- Februa ,. y wnlle ma king a film tne K - iemnn - ..-.ette and Debra; the maternal, in California. She and her hus- "'•» I grandparents, Mr. and M r s | band returned t o their home in -^Edward Boyle, Mercer, and Britain last May . The i r other OD'-J U '-a | p a t e rnal grandparents, Mr. and problems" Harriman added. He credited Kosygin with much of districts with less than 50 per. reform of the Rus- cent ot voters registered to take j being pushed byi° ver registration: suspends H-' :! s! Mrs j onn Bott, Saxon. Funeral services are ten- children are three girls and a boy. 52 . 84 97'H U 40-' 8 U 35'"> H U :1 s 55».i U '.it! 47 U ',._: 43 j 31" i D '.I 481'.- U K's 85'4 U '/_. 53 U IB 51 7 n Hurley Saxon Cemetery. Friends may call at the Eng- 68'i/4 D 1.4 Datively set for 10 a.m. Friday \ 234»i U a 4 ! a t the Engstrom Funeral Home, D/^/-Jc I f\l 85'-s D Vs Hurley. Burial will be at the IXCrUi I IJ Boost Trade «' strom Funeral Home after •s'' Thursday afternoon. Chicago Mayor's Home Picketed i CHICAGO (AP) — Some 100 ; integrationisls for the third con-; Funerals Car Sales Set HONG KONG (API-Chinese; a ^^ j" b Daley' r s"hmiieTues'-j , i language newspapers in Hong j d night'and a leader of the! Jiffy vn^rr ».Q»^r,v*- flTQt T?^H nhmaXi" to ,,__.. tf Vff ff T The legislation, certain to be ferenrt. met Tuesday with vot- The Rev. Emmet Norden. for- them at S12.50 or more for an signed by President Johnson, ing officials. It was at this meet-, merly of Ironwooo now of Holy; evening when it reaches him. provides! ing that the county put forth its \ Family parish, Ontonagon, goes Dwiq;ht D. Eisenhower was to St. Paul's of Negaunee. the gcifing president. And on The Rev. Norbert Landreville. g 0 lf courses agents accom- also a former Ironwood assist- paniecl him carrying golf bags ant. becomes interim adminis- stuffed with clubs plus a tommy trator of St. Joseph's of Rud- gun. yard while the Rev. Frank Gim- u\s impossible for Secret ski is on sick leave at Mayo Service men to work under Clinic. i complete secrecy when they j have to be on the job before crowds thnl range at times into the hundreds of thousands. Sometimes, especially in motorcades similar to the one in which Kennet$ was riding when he was shot, the^ don't try to. In the open car behind the President, packed with agents teracy tests in Alabama, Alaska. Georgia, Lousiana. Mississippi, South Carolina. Virginia, 34 counties of North Carolina and one county each of Arizona, Idaho and Maine; and directs By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS i Most of Nation Has Clear Skies Q« I fl . the attorney general to chal-! Thunderstorms and showers; «J'Uv?Vr UllxO HJ lenge in court the constitu-i continued in parts of the Mid-1 n D*****«i«»rN*4 tionahtv of poll taxes in state j west and Southeast today but DC 1x6100/1 CO Persons have no doubt various sidewalks in and local elections. skies rleared in most other sec tions of the nation. Nearly three inches of rain, z-icaiuc:i:i, u a ^^u v,.,., ., s ^..«, with some hail, doused Moline. c.ty marked w»«« red c , 0 s ses nd nangl £ on the runnl no-i the; S. CARRIE JOHNSON Funeral services for Mrs Carrie Johnson, 69, Wausau,! Kong and the Red Chinese cit- who died Saturday, were held!} es of Canton and Shanghai. Kong report that Red China's: - said picketing wou i d C on Moa Tze-tung has drawn up a| . d „ f indefinite pe- program aimed at boosting' JV^ ua * trade with this British colony, j About 15Q policemen were sta- The report said Mao's Planj tloned in the Soutll side Bridgeport neighborhood where the| 'mayor lives but no one was arrested. Sixty- live demonstra- were ariested Monday 111., in three hours. Wind gusts; of 51 miles per hour swept the ; called for: An airline DETROIT (AP) — Auto deal- navl-.nric arc fin-in n f """ IIJIIR,"'& "" ""- • ..!..."•(, whv ^he markV • re boards that are special equip- why the maiks jit. ment ^^ are men wlth auto . Peorla 111, area. A shower beltj WI H. ie - sidewalks that matic rlfles at tne ready ~ rl " ^,,tn,,rf.-.rf f,.^,-o in-line, tn Tr,lint 1 HCSC 31C U1C SlClCWaiKb Ulitl , _„__ ,._ 0 HiHi and as there. from Moline to J° liet - ers sold a record 704,000 new! 111. Snowers also dampened ar- between Hong 54'4 83»4 U 32 U 52 U D 65 r 's 42'4 58'-4 D 40? s U 66 >4 78'4 U tors nip cars during July, eclipsing the previous July high, set in 1958, by more than 80,000 units. Ward's Automotive Report said Tuesday. eas in .southwestern lower Mich-! igan and northern Indiana. Earlier, thunderstorms broad areas from Ne ;,, thp ;fles that can be seen readily. Tut^rV^vrcUv offirHs ' Every agent is a practiced o"the Z-k his ^Svlmtrtew™. And in tne Secret ! hppn started with much of it Service car, one of them with a and;*_!!.__ ^J!l e 1.5iT ^ u ^ n ,.°, r ,,"; rifle always rides backward i being done during the evening; now, scanning streets and build- Tuesday at 11 a.m. at Salem —Resumption of passenger '. d D ]e accusec i them accounted for 52.5 per cent of "^~ CHIV-* J •._ _ ii At. rain (m uiuttu aicoa nuni " c "! hours i now, scanning SIICCLS anu uunu- .braska to the; northern Great! • sidewalks to be lings ar.c? windows and rooftops Gene-al Motors Corp. dealers'Lakes, in Florida and along the include those on Nor-: toward the rear — because it i^j s rr* r ,,-._ ,,«.,4- «* i riillf r*riC»ct tf\ Tp'iP'? janrl in <;rnt" *-t-" 1 * - w n.nr. c-linto fvnrrt VtoViinH thnt Coast to Texas and in scat th'e "market" during "the "month, i tered sections of the Western the statistical agency said, i mountains. More than three , Lutheran Church with the Rev. \ ship service between Hong Kong. o f &tilTmo - up tension ,':: Kenneth L. Nerenz officiating.! and Shanghai. -\lbert Raby of the Coordinat- ~- -„ ., , , i I Interment was at Riverside! —A stepped up publicity pro- \. ' Council of community Or- while Ford Motor Co. sold 26.9 > inches of ram pelted areas' ' 8; Cemetery. ; gram to lure tourists visiting I Cd , llzations and D i ck Gregory, a per cent. Chrysler Corp. 16.6,! northwest of West Palm Beach, l ! Pallbearer were Geor gel Hong Kong to travel to Redl* ro comed i an i e d the four- Ann rican Motors Corp. 3.9 and! Fla, <n 90 minutes. ; , ! Segerlind, Carl Setterlund, Wil-i China. 'mile march from Grant Park in i Studebaker 0.1. ! Cool air covered the North-, af'liam L. Johnson. Walter Zam-i —More Hong Kong depart-. a Iainslorm RaDy said his 1 Ward's said the selling pace | east but temperatures were folk Street and McLeod Avenue, i was shots from killed Kennedy. behind that WEATHER \J WQ By Grand Jury Wn Un Tel U—Up. D—Down. 44'"; g D 48 U 39'- U - - - , ^ ^1 li U J UU >>ii ^y^ik.iv^J4tj v*i.u%^iiv*»»«c> - w - -o ra 8 ithe rites were William John-1 dined to comment, i son of Manit.owoc, Miss Alice! CHICAGO PRODUCE Johnson, Miss Amanda B i e r ; r „ __ T „!-.-. and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Feld-l ft UilCC I I/G5 bruegge of Wausau, Miss Cora; Bier of Edgar, Harry Bier of; JQ TKMPKn.Vl'VRKS IN HIONWOOB Wrdnrsd.iy. Auiunt I. 1(WI.1. c-ndinK at 12 iioDii. a'i i; a.m. ^8 B p.in. 7:1 2 a.m. ss io rf'.m.' Ha ban mayor and a reputed crime a p.'m". 66 -i a.m. si Noon 7 -* syndicate henchman have been Barometer: r i a.m. 29.90; Noon 20.98. CHICAGO <AP> — A subur brovitz, Frank Talaska and Ike! ment stores selling only Pi'o-j 0 . rol has no plans to halt the I during the last 10 days of July j near normal levels in most of . p . m . -,-, 10 p . m . Watson. : ducts made in Red China. ',p, ar ches to the mayor's nome. | was 29.000 per day. an increase i the M)riwest after several days •> p-'". " M,dn. B ht Out of town persons attending; Hong Kong authorities de-j The marchers are protesting! over 27,054-per-day average for; of cool_ weather._ Record low ..... .„_... ._ „ -- ---.- ,—- , -- —.„ .. , . indicted by a federal grand Jury C. Willis, schools superin-j It added that July sales were j were si* m Elkms, W.Va., with : WFVTIIFR KLSEWIIERF ' that has been investigating or tendent. who demonstrators say i so close to factory production j a 44 '-eading shortly before mid- 1IU - "^"^n Piirss ganized crime. has kept Chicago schools under; totals that they permitted only | niS nt: and a 42 early today. The: By lilt. ASsSsULiAifcu i-ni^aa Inrtjcted Monday on charges de lacto racial segregation. Dal- a modest increase in new car [ morning's high was 96 at Nee- '" " ll ev says he cannot interfere with | inventories. Ward's said the i dies, ir the California desert Albany, cloudy Marathon, Wis.; George Buck-! 1 miller Mrs Walter Johnson and ! TOULON. France. (APi — Mercantile Exc-hancp "^0^. Misses Karen and Linda Johnson j French authorities today or-; Sy to fi?m: wholesale Sy.-f^^^ne. ! dered tighter safety measures l ing prices unchanged to Vi high- Willis' contract. er; 93 score A A 60 '/-i; 92 A 60V4; 90 B 59',4; 89 C 58'. i; cas 90 B 60; 89 C 59' i. Eggs steady to firm; wholesale buying prices unchanged Victim Continued from Page One tighter safety along the French Riviera, rav-j aged by nearly four days of fires that have destroyed more] than 25,000 acres of pinelandi I forests. Dill Dill month-end stock was about 1.4 region million new cars—a 52-days' supply. back to Oshkosh where she at-| Thick smoke blanketed the tended and was graduated from i Cap Benat area between Toulon ^ _____ ^ _____ ____________ ___ __ to 1 higher; 70 per cent or bet- the'"6shkosh High" School with Sand St."~Tropez wher the clan- WASHINGTON (AP) — President Johnson signed today another health bill, to help staff community mental health center Grade A whites 33; mixed the clasc of 1964 Tne f a m 11 y 33; mediums 251/2; standards moved tc Montreal last October. 26; dirties unquoted; checks 21. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA)— Miss TUton was employed at the Do-Nut King in Ironwood at the time ot her death. Surviving, in addition to her Hogs 4,000; butchers steady to; ents , a ,T e four brothe rs, Leon- 25 lower; 1-2 190-225 Ib 2a.00-| ^. d Jr- _ steverii Ricnard and 25.25; 75 head at 25 3o; mixed! p u nd one sisler Diane all 1-3 190-260 Ibs 24.25-24.75; 2-3 j t hfjme . ner maternal grand- 250-300 Ibs 23.50-24.25; mixed 1-3 j parentSi Mr . arid Mrs . William 300-350 It sows 22.50-23.25; boars | Scnne j ae , of oshkosh, and her **-50-n.OO. | p a ternal grandmother, Mrs. Jo- Cattle 9.500; calves none, ,; sepnine Tilton of G ermania Hill, slaughter steers steady to 251 H ^ rley lower; 15 loads prime 1,225-1,350 Funeva] ser vices are tentative- ger of new flareups forced thou sands of summer campers to evacuate the pine forests. Interior Minister Roger Frey told newsmen the government . ! ters and train teachers for han- will press e stricter fiepre- 1 * dicapped children, and called these programs "vital building blocks in the structure of our society." The hill provides authoriza- e et tlon for later appropriation of parched by months of drought. New York City Signs Un4951 New Voters $360 million over three years, $224 million of that sum going to help staff mental health centers. The signing took place in the YORK YUKK The — ine White Housp rosc garden in the Americ a ns Ib 28.50; high choice and prime | j get r0] . Friday afternoon at 2 spokesman says. 1,150-1,375 Ibs 27.50-28.25; choice at the Hur]ey p res byt e r i a n i He said that 2,853 persons signed 4,951 new voters during the first two weeks of its summer registration drive, a presence of administration officials and members of Congress who helped with the legislation. 1,100-1,350 Ibs 26.00-27.25; mixed good and choice 900-1,300 Ibs 24.75-25.75; four loads and sev- B. Erickson to Get Church. Friends may call at the!were enrolled last week at the rj pnr pp from Dnvrnn Eniistrom Funeral Home at 10 mobile units stationed! Degree rrum wuyiun Hurley after 2 Thursday after-'throughout the city. This com- DAYTON, O. — Bruce E. Improvement May Be Offset WASHINGTON (AP) — Secretary of Commerce John T. Connor has cautioned that the recent improvement in the nation's balance of payments deficit may be only temporary. He told a Senate banking subcommittee Tuesday that several factors could offset the improvement. These include, he said, an increase in imports without a cor- of I an Manpower Continued from Page One High Low I'r 71 48 ! Albuquerque, clear 88 63 ' Atlanta, cloudy . 87 69 j Bismarck, cloudy .. 87 59 j Boise, clear 86 56 0! I Boston, clear 80 60 I Buffalo, cloudy 72 60 ranging from tax evasion to extortion were Northlake Mayor Henry E. Neri, 47; Rocco Pra- nno. 45, of suburban Stone Park, a reputed member of the underworld, and three other men. The others were Wayne A. strikes against targets in North] Chicago, cloudy Viet Nam, but little criticism of Communist Viet Nam attacks on South Cincinnati, cloudy Cleveland, cloudy Denver, clear 83 "The point I want to make is-Des Moines, cloudy 91 why — oh, why — don't people j Detroit, cloudy concern themselves with a j Fairbanks, cloudy country trying to maintain her Fort Worth, clear independence against sion?' he said. "We don't want an inch of territory," Johnson continued. "We don't want a single base. We dor.'t want anything except to help those people do what we agreed to do." 76 62 59 44 97 72 cloudy 79 61 .43 Jacksonville, cloudy 91 74 aggres- Helena, cloudy Honolulu, cloudy Juneau. clear Kansas City, cloudy 96 76 Los Angeles, cloudy 82 61 Louisvi'le, cloudy increase in the number abroad; expected increase in military expenditures overseas; and "a high requirement for capital funds abroad." Church Events Salvation Army. A rummage Iron- j sale will be held Saturday be- eral lots high choice and prime noon _.5 Uria] arrangements have I pares with 2,098 signed up the j Erickson, 818 Sunset Rd., Iron-jss 900-1,075 Ib slaughter heifers, not ^ een comp i eted- i first week. wood, is among 300 students, ginning at 9 a.m., at 509 Mc- 25.75-2600; choice 800-1,050 Ibs 2300 25.60; mixed good and Choice 750-1,000 Ibs 22.75-23.25. Briefly Told " completed. Israeli Border Guards Are Injured by Mine TEL AVIV, Israel iAP.t—-Four Israeli border guards were when •who are scheduled to be award- '• Leod Ave. ed degrees nt summer exercises [ of the University of Dayton's; R ecor( J CarQO Carried 115th commencement Aug. 7. ^ k .. . . . «. Erickson will receive a mas- Breaking of Relations With U.S. Is Praised JAKARTA, Indonesia (APi — President Sukarno again ter of business administration usalem, an army spokesman There will be a work bee at said today. the Oma Town Garage Thursday j i sra eli authorities have com- »t 7 p.m. The work will pertain: p. a ined to the Jordan-Israel to the Oma Park project and Mixed Armistice Commission the United States. Indonesian Communists want him to do the same thing. •11 members of the Oma Community Club are asked to attend. It marked the latest of a series of incidents along the Israel- Jordan border in rcent months. , 15, Is When Tractor Upsets COLDWATER (AP) — David Patch, 15, of Coldwater, was The Hurley Lions Club will e r of aggressive acts. (ave a meeting tonight at 7 at Ikidy's Bar and Grill. State Income Tops Outgo During July LANSING (AP)—State treas- it on River Road three and a ury income during July was j half miles northwest of here. 1 Each" side'has accused the"oth : t $176.8 million and outgo was, The Branch County Sheriff's On Mississippi River ST. LOUIS, Mo. (AP) — A record of 38,516,345 tons of cargo was carried on the Mississippi River between the -mouths of the Ohio and Missouri rivers in 1964, Army Engineers say. 78 58 94 67 87 73 77 56 81 59 mittee, which has been delaying I New Orleans, cloudy 87 73 McNamara agreed to give the ; Memphis, clear figures on the expected added! Miami cloudy costs of the Viet Nam fighting to 1 Milwaukee, cloudy the Senate Appropriations Com-i Mpls.-St.P., clear 76 65 12 Se 'dler, 36, a former Northlake 78 59 alderman; Peter Anderson, a 72 M M Iormer Northlake building com- 55 04 missioner, and Mike De Vito, a fi - Stone Park contractor. U.S. Atty Edward V. Hanrahan said one alleged extortion scheme invulvec. . the Interna- 79 58 02' tlonal Paper Co. of Whippany, m 7fi ' IN.J., and the Perini Corp. of Framingham. Mass. The government alleged that demands for a $20,000 shake down were made in late 1960 just as the Perini Co. began construction of a multimillion- dollar paper plant in Northlake. The grand jury has been in- 67 40 10 71 I i ! killed Tuesday when a tractor j NORTHAMPTON, Curriculum Revised upset on him as he was driving Mass. (.AP) — Smith College is revising its curriculum to allow earlier and heavier concentration action on the annual $45 billion j New York, clear defense money bill already ap-|Okla City, clear proved by the House. I Omaha clear So far Congress has provided! Philadelphia, clear $700 million to meet the costly j Phoenix, clear Viet Nam military efforts, and'Pittsburgh, cloudy that was in a supplemental ap-jPtind. Me., clear propr-ation which President; Ptlnd, Ore , cloudy Johnson asked May 5. Congress | Rapid City, cloudy rushed it through so fast it was Richmond, clear signed May 7. , St. Louis, cloudy This bill was regarded as a j Salt Lk City, clear measure of congressional sup-1 San Diego, cloudy port then for Viet Nam policies i San Fran., clear as much as a part payment on | Seattle cloudy the heavy outlays overseas Tampa, clear Sen. John Stennis, D-Miss., Washington, cloudy disclosed Tuesday that a secret Winnipeg, clear report based on six months ofj investigating of Army readiness 1 and supplies by his watchdog! defense panel alleged serious shortages and deficiencies in the Army's combat equipment and supplies. 77 61 97 69 91 66 79 52 107 78 73 50 75 58 75 55 94 65 82 60 90 72 90 56 73 63 61 57 66 54 87 M 84 63 81 61 vestigating alleged racketeering since December. .11 M (M—Missing) RANGE SKIES Sunset today 8:28. SunrlHP tomorrow 5:45. Moonset tomorrow 12:18 a.m. Full Moon Aug. VI. Venus is now moving nenr un- in major subjects. The present] Because the bipartisan and I other planet Uranus. Thlw Chicago Man Hurt In Accident Monday WAKEFIELD — Allan Holmes, 47, Chicago, sustained several fractured ribs and head lacerations in an auto accident Monday morning at the US-2 and (JS-li. interscc t i o n in Wiitcrtiinci'l. said Mich igan stnto police, who investigated the inltihap. He is being treated fit thr Northwoods Hospital at Phelp.'i, offlccr.s said. Police aald Holmes sto p p ed for a atop sign on US-2 and then pulled out in front of a dump truck driven by Ray Gagna of Imn River. Gagna, police said, was unable to stop and the front of his truck hit the right side of the car, Holmes was charged with failure to yield right of way and will be arraigned before Judge $160.4 million. The treasury Office said David apparently j course load will be cut from 40 ] unanimous report included sen- j scopic planet, accompanied Dy 5 W i I f r ed Jensen, Wattrsmeet, balance at the enc! of the month "looked around" and lost con-1 to 32 over four years, starting i sitive military data, Stennis I small moons, is now about 1,780,- • on the charge. His car was to- I USE DAILY GLOB.E WAWT-ADS I was $380.08 million. ,Uol. J September 1966. jsaid it could not be made public. .000,000 mileo from the Earth. 1 tally wrecked, police said.

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