Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on August 4, 1965 · Page 3
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 3

Ironwood, Michigan
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Wednesday, August 4, 1965
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IRGNWGGD OAILY GLGbc, ikGNWGwD, MICHIGAN THREE Ex-Hurley Man Named Principal Hiroshima Adds Names to List Of 'Atomic Disease' Victims GEORGE ST. CATHERINE George St. Catherine, former, Hurley teacher and football' coach, has accepted the poM-l- tion of high school principal at ' Adams-Friendship High School, Adam.s, Wis. St. Catherine was bom i n Hurley and attended the Hurley schools. He was graduated from the J. E. Murphy High School in 1951 He was graduated from Wisconsin State University. Superior, with a B.S. degree in 1958 and receivea an M.A. degree in education in 1963. He also attended Colorado State College. Greeley. Colo., while doing graduate work. ! " "" ' St. Catherine's leaching and' wis - Hurley high school and conching assignments have been Aigoma high school. Algoma. at Webster high school, Webster wls -' - _; He and his wife, the former UIL» '{/*,_*i *l T* ! Louise Morgando and their two • If llV UOOlrl Im6 I children, plan to move to Ad- t\t •• *f A re lams Aug. 15, at which time he Charlie Suffers wm assume his ciuties - Group Would Fight Poverty, Suffering 1 BOSTON (APi — Richard Cardinal dishing. Archbishop of Boston, has proposed the establishment by the Roman Catholic Church of a commission to fight world poverty and human suffering. "The enormous gap between the rich one-third and the poor two-thirds of the human family continues to widen." the prelate wrote in the Pilot, archdiocesan weekly publication. 4 Are Attending Debate Program Luther L. Wright High School,' Ironwood; and Keith A. Knuu-i tila and John Nordin fro in • Ewcn -High School. i The workshop, directed b y! Professor John W. Monsma, director of forensics at NMU. 3 Probe Sea For Treasure \ the sunken ship and preparing ! for the recovery operation. Trie 1 State of Delaware granted their company a three-year exclusive salvage permit and Monday tha LEWES. Del. .AP. - Three u - s - Navy also approved tha -- ••---.. .. ..... men are preparing to probe the °P (!1 ' atlon one of the largest in the Mia- murkv C | cp u is O f Delaware Bav According to records the Dtr Four area high school student:-;: west and the second largest in for a ' trovc of Span j sh golcl and Braak was carrying 800 pounds -j Michigan. silver. " " of gold, silver valued at S2.5 They hope to find captured million and 70 tons of copper than S8 seized from two Spanish By JOHN RODERICK second atom-bombed city, Na- HIROSHIMA, Japan <APi — gasaki. in one year, from 1947 to Every year, on Aug. 6. the city 1948. Using genetic markers, he of Hiroshima solemnly places a found no disturbances. , „,,,,„,„ n c i- v, i i list of new names under the cc-' "That is something we can be i are amor >g 116 ni e n scnool . . , ., r ,n v m ( ^ i- notaph which honors thousands; very cheery about. We like totters from 11 states who arc; f l "" ^ c OI / t ,, de , ts Thn — .r — who died from effects of the think of it as one of the best participating in the 1965 debate ^",, ^"J^ inV-i;,rip7 i^t„,.,«;. boot ,v valuccl at atom bomb. things we have clone." said Dr. Temple bells toll, doves wheel: Kenneth B. G. Johnson of Yale in the air and citizens of the i University, now in residence at j first city to feel the lash of an the commission. participating in the 1965 debate -, . : ; ,— , , oooiy vaiueci at more man S8 sei/^u uum i«u oilman &«i=&/• K™ This is the largest group ever to participate in the works h op. atomic weapon bow their heads i The commission has carried | The four students from this in prayer. , out many studies related to the j area taking part in the work- ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY Uneasy Bladder Unwisp catiiiK or drinkinc mny lie A anur, r of rnilil Imt annoyinc bladder ir. riintiolis - inukitiK .\nu feel re-silos'", tr-n-c and ntu-i.nifni luble. 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Johnston High Schol, down by "atomic disease," a Academy of Sciences-National! Bessemer; Russell Slade from term used tor leukemia or some Research Council and the Japa-! other form of cancer. nese National Institute of [ But the truth is that despite Health, a government agency. It; research carried out by Japa- has 850 Japanese and 50 Amerl- nese, American and European' can staff members, doctors and scientists on the Headed by Dr. George Dar- effects of radiation from the ling of Yale, the commission is Hiroshima bomb, no one can; making an exhaustive survey of | say positively that it causes or 100,000 persons, half of them : accelerates disease in humans, exposed, the other half not ex- Statistically. doctors and posed to the bomb. Matched by' scientists have found that the sex and age, they are period-! incidence of some diseases like ically checked for survival ex- cancer is much higher in per-' periences and causes of death. ! sons exposed to the bomb. 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