Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on August 4, 1965 · Page 19
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 19

Ironwood, Michigan
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Wednesday, August 4, 1965
Page 19
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4, IRONWGGD DAILY GLCbt, IkOHWuoD, MICHIGAN THREE Ex-Hurley Man Named Principal George St. Catherine, former 1 ! Hurley teacher and footballj coach, has accepted the posi-i" tlon of high school principal at Adams-Friendship High School, |l Adams. Wis. |( St. Catherine was born 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 received an M.A. degree in education in 1963. He also attended Colorado State College. Greeley, Colo., while ______ doing graduate work. ' ~~~~ ! St. Catherine's teaching and !wls " Hurley high school and! coaching assignments have been' Aigoma high school. Algoma,; at Webster high school, Webster, wls -' i ° CJ> He and his wife, the former, Louise Morgando and their two! children, plan to move to Adams Aug. 15, at which time he Hiroshima Adds Names fo List Of 'Atomic Disease' Victims By JOHN RODERICK .second atom-bombed city, Na- HIROSHIMA, Japan < AP> — 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, list of new names under the ce- "That is something we can be notaph which honors thousands; very cheery about. We like to who died from effects of the think of it as one of the best atom bomb. . things we have done," 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 first city to feel the lash of an.the commission, atomic weapon 'bow their heads j The commission has carried in prayer. ,out many studies related to the Most of the new victims are • bomb since 1947. It is jointly 4 Are Attending Debate Program 3 Probe Sea For Treasure Luther L. Wright High School, Ironwood; and Keith A. Knuutila and John Nordin fro m Ewen .High School. The workshop, directed b y Professor John W. Monsma, director of forensics at NMU, is one of the largest in the Mid- Four area high school students: west and the second largest in J 0 'j. a lrove of Spanisll g 0 \ d are among 116 high school de-| Michigan. silver. baters from 11 states who are! A 1 sate ° f activities i the sunken ship and preparing for the recovery operation. Tne State of Delaware granted their company a three-year exclusive salvage permit and Monday the LEWES. Del. <AP. - Three U ' S -. N avv also approved the men arc preparing to probe the °P elallon murky depths of Delaware Bay According to records the De Braak was carrying 800 pounds of gold, silver valued at S2 5 participating in the 1965 debate workshop at Northern Michigan University, Marquette. This Is the largest group ever to- participate in the works h op. The four students from this area taking part in the workshop are James F. McCar thy ; scheduled for the students. The daily schedule Includes lectures, mi]llon that They hope to find captured million and 70 tons of copper booty valued at more than S8 seized from two Spanish gal- and entertaining films, GEORGE ST. CATHERINE Why "Good-Time Charlie" Suffers Uneasy Bladder Unwise eating or drinking mny be n iiotjrct of mild hut nnmiylne bladder ir. runt ion* — making you feel restless, iMine and ntu-omforlnble. 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"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. Advu ! USt: DAILY UI.OBI- \VAN'I ADS popularly described as struck supported by the U.S. National j from A.D. Johnston High Schol, down by "atomic disease," a Academy of Sciences-National | Bessemer; Russell Slade from term used for leukemia or some Research Council and the Japa-j other form oi cancer. nese National Institute ofj But the truth is that despite i Health, a government agency. It research carried out by Japa- \ has 850 Japanese and 50 Ameri- 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 1 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. It is also studying a sampling Despite this it has so far been of 20,000 exposed and nonex- impossible to say beyond doubt posed children and adults to whether radiation caused, en- determine whether there has couraged or had nothing to do been any change in the occur- with these diseases. rence of disease in relation to As a more positive fact, the amount of exposure. They American researchers in the get detailed physicial and labo- Atomic Bomb Casualty Com- ratory examinations every two mission say they have found years. that no genetic damage from radiation has been passed on to M_..,L-_,,, ruilJ v\\\ j children of survivors. Newberry Child Killed This conclusion was reached NEWBERRY (AP) — Gordon by Dr. James Neel of the Uni- Mashka, 11 months, of Newtaer- versity of Michigan. He exam- ry was killed Monday when ined all children born to bomb struck by a car in the drive of vfctims in Hiroshima and the a home near here. debae 12° U ' was British sloop of war De Braak says. 34 rtLied- ..., :t ,. ,„ , __,_ o ^ than JQO aboard the Icons. When she sank, legend crewmen and more in a sale off "i a » 1UU Spanish prisoners May 1798. drowned. Four of the prisoners The searchers. Louis De Cer- reportedly floated ashore isank TZ&Z S-S^oTSSSS.ffi.»•* •• ?-• »1 °r- "£*' "S?-. through August 13. Daily Globe classified*, ue' ' William T. DC Feo. a dentist, Through the years numerous all of Philadelphia, estimate expeditions to recover the treas- they have spent 880,000 locating ure have failed. 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